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    • A framework to assess biogeochemical response to ecosystem disturbance using nutrient partitioning ratios 

      Kranabetter, J. Marty; McLauchlan, Kendra K.; Enders, Sara K.; Fraterrigo, Jennifer M.; Higuera, Philip E.; Morris, Jesse L.; Rastetter, Edward B.; Barnes, Rebecca T.; Buma, Brian; Gavin, Daniel; Gerhart, Laci M.; Gillson, Lindsey; Hietz, Peter; Mack, Michelle C.; McNeil, Brenden; Perakis, Steven S. (2015-11)
      Disturbances affect almost all terrestrial ecosystems, but it has been difficult to identify general principles regarding these influences. To improve our understanding of the long-term consequences of disturbance on ...
    • Heterotrophic respiration in disturbed forests : a review with examples from North America 

      Harmon, Mark E.; Bond-Lamberty, Benjamin; Tang, Jianwu; Vargas, Rodrigo (American Geophysical Union, 2011-05-14)
      Heterotrophic respiration (RH) is a major process releasing carbon to the atmosphere and is essential to understanding carbon dynamics in terrestrial ecosystems. Here we review what is known about this flux as related to ...
    • Recovery from disturbance requires resynchronization of ecosystem nutrient cycles 

      Rastetter, Edward B.; Yanai, Ruth D.; Thomas, R. Q.; Vadeboncoeur, Matthew A.; Fahey, Timothy J.; Fisk, M. C.; Kwiatkowski, Bonnie L.; Hamburg, S. P. (Ecological Society of America, 2013-04)
      Nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) are tightly cycled in most terrestrial ecosystems, with plant uptake more than 10 times higher than the rate of supply from deposition and weathering. This near-total dependence on recycled ...