Effects of litter exclusion and wood removal on phosphorus and nitrogen retention in a forest stream


Many studies in the past have shown indirect evidence of the importance of terrestrial detritus in woodland streams, but recently WALLACE et al. (1997b) eliminated leaf and wood inputs to a small stream and directly demonstrated the importance of this material to stream food webs. Additionally, this whole-stream experiment has shown that terrestrial… (More)


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