Impacts of biomass burning emissions and land use change on Amazonian atmospheric phosphorus cycling and deposition

@inproceedings{Mahowald2005ImpactsOB,
  title={Impacts of biomass burning emissions and land use change on Amazonian atmospheric phosphorus cycling and deposition},
  author={Natalie M Mahowald and Paulo A. Artaxo and Alex R Baker and Timothy D. Jickells and Gregory S. Okin and James T Randerson and Alan R. Townsend},
  year={2005}
}
[1] Phosphorus (P) availability constrains both carbon uptake and loss in some of the world’s most productive ecosystems. In some of these regions, atmospheric aerosols appear to be an important, if not dominant, source of new P inputs. For example, previous work suggests that mineral aerosols from North Africa bring significant amounts of new phosphorus to the P-impoverished soils of the Amazon Basin. Here we use recent observations and atmospheric transport modeling to show that the Amazon… CONTINUE READING
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