Plant-soil interactions in primary succession at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

@article{Matson1990PlantsoilII,
  title={Plant-soil interactions in primary succession at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park},
  author={Pamela Ann Matson},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={1990},
  volume={85},
  pages={241-246}
}
Plant nutrient status and physiological processes were examined in relation to soil nutrient characteristics under individuals of five species colonizing a young cinder deposit in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Two exotic species, Buddeleja asiatica and Myrica faya, had high photosynthetic rates and high nitrogen concentrations and relatively easily decomposed leaves; soils under them had high concentrations of nitrogen, cations, and organic matter and high rates of net nitrogen mineralization… CONTINUE READING
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