Hotbeds of Biogeochemical Diversity: Insights from Urban Long-Term Ecological Research Sites

@inproceedings{Bain2012HotbedsOB,
  title={Hotbeds of Biogeochemical Diversity: Insights from Urban Long-Term Ecological Research Sites},
  author={Daniel J. Bain and Rebecca L. Hale and Wilfred M. Wollheim},
  year={2012}
}
Over the last two decades, long-term ecological research in the United States has expanded to urban sites. Cities, despite the dominance of built structures, utilize unexpected amounts of human-generated nutrients. Additionally, cities can both intensify and weaken local impacts of processes such as climate. Challenges remain at these sites, as property-scale biogeochemical forcings from individuals and institutions must be accounted for throughout this research. Meeting the challenge is… CONTINUE READING

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