Nutrient Cycling

@article{Bormann1967NutrientC,
  title={Nutrient Cycling},
  author={F. Bormann and G. Likens},
  journal={Science},
  year={1967},
  volume={155},
  pages={424 - 429}
}
  • F. Bormann, G. Likens
  • Published 1967
  • Medicine
  • Science
  • The small-watershed approach to problems of nutrient cycling has these advantages. (i) The small watershed is a natural unit of suitable size for intensive study of nutrient cycling at the ecosystem level. (ii) It provides a means of reducing to a minimum, or virtually eliminating, the effect of the difficult-to-measure variables of geologic input and nutrient losses in deep seepage. Control of these variables makes possible accurate measurement of nutrient input and output (erosion) and… CONTINUE READING
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