Can the foliar nitrogen concentration of upland vegetation be used for predicting atmospheric nitrogen deposition? Evidence from field surveys.

@article{Hicks2000CanTF,
  title={Can the foliar nitrogen concentration of upland vegetation be used for predicting atmospheric nitrogen deposition? Evidence from field surveys.},
  author={W. Kevin Hicks and Ian D. Leith and Sarah J. Woodin and David Fowler},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2000},
  volume={107 3},
  pages={367-76}
}
The deposition of atmospheric nitrogen can be enhanced at high altitude sites as a consequence of cloud droplet deposition and orographic enhancement of wet deposition on hills. The degree to which the increased deposition of nitrogen influences foliar nitrogen concentration in a range of upland plant species was studied in a series of field surveys in northern Britain. A range of upland plant species sampled along altitudinal transects at sites of known atmospheric nitrogen deposition showed… CONTINUE READING
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