Nutrient conservation strategies in native Andean-Patagonian forests

@inproceedings{Diehl2003NutrientCS,
  title={Nutrient conservation strategies in native Andean-Patagonian forests},
  author={Paula Diehl and Mar{\'i}a Julia Mazzarino and Fernando Funes and Sonia B. Fontenla and Miriam E. Gobbi and Jailton Ferrari},
  year={2003}
}
Nutrient conservation in vegetation affects rates of litter decomposition and soil nutrient availability. Although resorption has been traditionally considered one of the most important plant strategies to conserve nutrients in temperate forests, long leaf life-span and low nutrient requirements have been postulated as better indicators. We aimed at identifying nutrient conservation strategies within characteristic functional groups of NW Patagonian forests on Andisols. We analysed C-, N-, P… CONTINUE READING

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