Nitrification and denitrification response to varying periods of desiccation and inundation in a western Kansas stream

@article{Austin2010NitrificationAD,
  title={Nitrification and denitrification response to varying periods of desiccation and inundation in a western Kansas stream},
  author={Brad J. Austin and Eric A. Strauss},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2010},
  volume={658},
  pages={183-195}
}
Changing environmental conditions and increased water consumption have transformed many historically perennial stream systems into intermittent systems. Multiple drying and wetting events throughout the year might impact many stream processes including nitrification and denitrification, key components of the nitrogen (N) cycle. During summer 2007, an experimental stream was used to dry and then rewet stream sediments to determine the effects of desiccation and rewetting of stream sediment on… CONTINUE READING
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