Hot Spots of Inorganic Nitrogen Availability in an Alpine-Subalpine Ecosystem, Colorado Front Range

@article{DarrouzetNardi2011HotSO,
  title={Hot Spots of Inorganic Nitrogen Availability in an Alpine-Subalpine Ecosystem, Colorado Front Range},
  author={Anthony J Darrouzet-Nardi and William. D. Bowman},
  journal={Ecosystems},
  year={2011},
  volume={14},
  pages={848-863}
}
Inorganic nitrogen (N) availability hot spots have been documented in many ecosystems, but major uncertainties remain about their prevalence, timing, and causes. Using a novel mathematical definition of hot spots, spatially explicit measurements of KCl-extractable inorganic N, 2-week soil incubations in the field, ion-exchange resins deployed for 1 year, and a set of associated biotic and abiotic variables, we investigated inorganic N availability hot spots within a 0.89 km2 alpine-subalpine… CONTINUE READING
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