Do Forests Receive Occult Inputs of Nitrogen?

@article{Binkley2000DoFR,
  title={Do Forests Receive Occult Inputs of Nitrogen?},
  author={Dan Binkley and Yowhan Son and David W. Valentine},
  journal={Ecosystems},
  year={2000},
  volume={3},
  pages={321-331}
}
The nitrogen (N) cycle of forest ecosystems is understood relatively well, and few scientists expect that major revisions will be necessary; most current work on N cycling focuses on improving the precision estimates of pools and fluxes, or measuring the magnitudes of well-known pools in response to management or disturbances. However, in the past few decades more than a dozen articles in refereed journals have claimed very high rates of N input, far beyond the rates expected for known sources… CONTINUE READING

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