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Quantifying ecosystem rejuvenation: foliar nutrient concentrations and vegetation communities across a dust gradient and a chronosequence
(Springer Netherlands on behalf of the Royal Netherlands Society of Agricultural Science, 2013-06)
Background and aims: Due to long-term weathering of land surfaces, aeolian nutrient contributions can become essential to maintain ecosystem fertility and avoid retrogression. However, studies that consider the qualitative ...
Rapid soil production and weathering in the Southern Alps, New Zealand
(American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2014-02-07)
Evaluating conflicting theories about the influence of mountains on carbon dioxide cycling and climate requires understanding weathering fluxes from tectonically uplifting landscapes. The lack of soil production and ...