Recovery of nitrogen pools and processes in degraded riparian zones in the southern appalachians.

@article{Walker2009RecoveryON,
  title={Recovery of nitrogen pools and processes in degraded riparian zones in the southern appalachians.},
  author={John T. Walker and James M. Vose and Jennifer Donaldson Knoepp and Christopher D. Geron},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  year={2009},
  volume={38 4},
  pages={1391-9}
}
Establishment of riparian buffers is an effective method for reducing nutrient input to streams. However, the underlying biogeochemical processes are not fully understood. The objective of this 4-yr study was to examine the effects of riparian zone restoration on soil N cycling mechanisms in a mountain pasture previously degraded by cattle. Soil inorganic N pools, fluxes, and transformation mechanisms were compared across the following experimental treatments: (i) a restored area with… CONTINUE READING
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