Long-Term Nutrient Accumulation Rates in the Everglades

@inproceedings{Reddy2002LongTermNA,
  title={Long-Term Nutrient Accumulation Rates in the Everglades},
  author={Krishna R. Reddy and Ronald D. Delaune and W. F. Debusk and Marguerite S. Koch},
  year={2002}
}
Anthropogenic nutrient inputs to the northern Everglades of Florida during the last three decades have resulted in alteration of vegetation and soil nutrient storage. Due to the nutrient-limited status of this ecosystem, increased loading may have altered the capacity for long-term nutrient accumulation. Our study was conducted to determine the potential long-term nutrient accumulation rates for this ecosystem along a gradient of nutrient loading. Accumulation rates were calculated using the… CONTINUE READING
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