The Mauna Loa environmental matrix: foliar and soil nutrients

@article{Vitousek2004TheML,
  title={The Mauna Loa environmental matrix: foliar and soil nutrients},
  author={P. Vitousek and G. Aplet and D. Turner and Jimmy Lockwood},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={89},
  pages={372-382}
}
SummaryThe accumulation of total carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in soils, available soil nutrients, and foliar nutrients in the native dominant Metrosideros polymorpha were determined across a wide elevational range on 9 lava flows on Mauna Loa, Hawai'i. The flows included a young (<140 y) and an old (>2800 y) áá (rough surface texture) and pāhoehoe (smooth) flow on the wet east and dry northwest side of the mountain. Soil element pools and nutrient availability increased with flow age… Expand
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