Coupled Cycling of Dissolved Organic Nitrogen and Carbon in a Forest Stream

@inproceedings{N2005CoupledCO,
  title={Coupled Cycling of Dissolved Organic Nitrogen and Carbon in a Forest Stream},
  author={E. N. and Jack E. Brookshire and H.. and Maurice H. Valett and Bill Steven and A.. and Thomas and Jackson and R. and A B Webster},
  year={2005}
}
Dissolved organic nitrogen (DON) is an abundant but poorly understood pool of N in many ecosystems. We assessed DON cycling in a N-limited headwater forest stream via whole-ecosystem additions of dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN) and labile dissolved organic matter (DOM), hydrologic transport and biogeochemical modeling, and laboratory experiments with native sediments. We sampled surface and subsurface waters to understand how interaction among hydrologic exchange, DIN, DON, and dissolved… CONTINUE READING

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