Redistributions of 15N highlight turnover and replenishment of mineral soil organic N as a long-term control on forest C balance

@inproceedings{Currie2004RedistributionsO1,
  title={Redistributions of 15N highlight turnover and replenishment of mineral soil organic N as a long-term control on forest C balance},
  author={William S. Currie and Knute J Nadelhoffer and John D. Aber},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract A large-scale 15 N tracer study was initiated at the Harvard Forest in 1991 in two forest types (red pine and mixed hardwoods) as a means to test hypotheses concerning long-term dynamics in ecosystem-level N cycling and carbon–nitrogen interactions. Here we describe the application of a biogeochemical process model TRACE, with the ability to simulate 15 N tracer redistributions, to help interpret the field study and explore its ramifications. We had three main goals: (1) to compare… CONTINUE READING

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