Net primary productivity and nutrient cycling across a mesic to wet precipitation gradient in Hawaiian montane forest

Abstract

Variation in rainfall in humid tropical forests has the potential to alter patterns of primary productivity andnutrient cycling. Net primary productivity (NPP) and nutrient cycling were measured at six sites similar in temperature regime, parent material, ecosystem age, vegetation and topographical relief, while mean annual precipitation (MAP) varied from 2… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s004420100671

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@article{Schuur2001NetPP, title={Net primary productivity and nutrient cycling across a mesic to wet precipitation gradient in Hawaiian montane forest}, author={Edward A. G. Schuur and Pamela Ann Matson}, journal={Oecologia}, year={2001}, volume={128}, pages={431-442} }