Planktonic phosphorus pool sizes and cycling efficiency in coastal and interior British Columbia lakes

@inproceedings{Nowlin2007PlanktonicPP,
  title={Planktonic phosphorus pool sizes and cycling efficiency in coastal and interior British Columbia lakes},
  author={Weston H. Nowlin and J Davies and Asit Mazumder},
  year={2007}
}
1. Limnologists have long acknowledged the importance of phosphorus (P) in determining the organism biomass and productivity of lake ecosystems. Despite a relatively large number of studies that have examined P cycling in lake ecosystems, there remain several substantial methodological issues that have impeded our understanding of P cycling in limnetic plankton communities. Two critical issues confronting ecologists are (1) a lack of precise measurements of the dissolved inorganic phosphorus… CONTINUE READING
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