Effects of Woody Vegetation Encroachment on Soil Nitrogen Oxide Emissions in a Temperate Savanna

@inproceedings{MartinEffectsOW,
  title={Effects of Woody Vegetation Encroachment on Soil Nitrogen Oxide Emissions in a Temperate Savanna},
  author={Roberta E. Martin and Gregory P Asner and R. James Ansley and Arvin R. Mosier}
}
Woody vegetation has encroached into areas once dominated by herbaceous land cover in arid and semiarid regions of the southwestern United States and around the world, resulting in documented changes to the biophysical and biogeochemical structure of these ecosystems during the past century. In North Texas rangelands, encroaching mesquite (Prosopis… CONTINUE READING