Regional nitrogen budgets: Approaches and problems

  title={Regional nitrogen budgets: Approaches and problems},
  author={G Philip Robertson},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
Regional nitrogen budgets are useful for assessing what is known about nitrogen cycling in important ecosystems of a region, for placing the various regional fluxes and pools into perspective, and for providing insight into the processes that regulate both regional and global nitrogen cycling. Existing regional budgest have been used both to study groundwater nitrate pollution and to help identify local ecosystems that are important on a land-use basis but that are poorly described… CONTINUE READING
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