Stoichiometry of hydrological C , N , and P losses across climate and geology : An environmental matrix approach across New Zealand primary forests

@inproceedings{McGroddy2008StoichiometryOH,
  title={Stoichiometry of hydrological C , N , and P losses across climate and geology : An environmental matrix approach across New Zealand primary forests},
  author={Megan E. McGroddy and W. Troy Baisden and Lars O. Hedin},
  year={2008}
}
[1] Hydrologic losses can play a key role in regulating ecosystem nutrient balances, particularly in regions where baseline nutrient cycles are not augmented by industrial deposition. We used first-order streams to integrate hydrologic losses at the watershed scale across unpolluted old-growth forests in New Zealand. We employed a matrix approach to resolve how stream water concentrations of dissolved organic carbon (DOC), organic and inorganic nitrogen (DON and DIN), and organic and inorganic… CONTINUE READING