Climate‐induced changes in high elevation stream nitrate dynamics

@inproceedings{Baron2009ClimateinducedCI,
  title={Climate‐induced changes in high elevation stream nitrate dynamics},
  author={Jill S. Baron and Travis M. Schmidt and Melannie D. Hartman},
  year={2009}
}
Mountain terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems are responsive to external drivers of change, especially climate change and atmospheric deposition of nitrogen (N). We explored the consequences of a temperature-warming trend on stream nitrate in an alpine and subalpine watershed in the Colorado Front Range that has long been the recipient of elevated atmospheric N deposition. Mean annual stream nitrate concentrations since 2000 are higher by 50% than an earlier monitoring period of 1991–1999. Mean… CONTINUE READING

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