Tropical soil nutrient distributions determined by biotic and hillslope processes

@article{Chadwick2016TropicalSN,
  title={Tropical soil nutrient distributions determined by biotic and hillslope processes},
  author={K. Dana Chadwick and Gregory P Asner},
  journal={Biogeochemistry},
  year={2016},
  volume={127},
  pages={273-289}
}
Understanding the drivers of nutrient distributions across heterogeneous tropical landscapes, and the implication of those distributions for ecosystem processes, remains a challenge in biogeochemistry. Guided by a high-resolution digital elevation model, we determined soil chemical characteristics, including rock-derived nutrient availability and total element concentrations, along 16 hillslopes with two different morphologies on a terra firme landscape in the lowland Peruvian Amazon. We… CONTINUE READING

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