Nutrient enrichment scarcely affects ecosystem impacts of a non-native herbivore in a spring-fed river

@inproceedings{DATRI2015NutrientES,
  title={Nutrient enrichment scarcely affects ecosystem impacts of a non-native herbivore in a spring-fed river},
  author={CRYSTAL W. DATRI and Corey L. Pray and Yixin Zhang and Weston H. Nowlin},
  year={2015}
}
1. Non-native invasive species (NNIS) are a global issue whose introduction into novel ecosystems can fundamentally alter nutrient recycling and storage. It is therefore important to understand factors that affect the abundance and distribution of NNIS and their effects on ecosystems. 2. We investigated how nutrient enrichment and herbivorous armoured catfish separately and in combination affect ecosystem processes in a subtropical spring-fed river (San Marcos, River, TX, U.S.A.). A replicated… CONTINUE READING
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