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Title: A stable isotope tracer study of the influences of adjacent land use and riparian condition on fates of nitrate in streams
Author: Sobota, Daniel J.; Johnson, Sherri L.; Gregory, Stan V.; Ashkenas, Linda R.
Source: Ecosystems. 15: 1-7
Description: The influence of land use on potential fates of nitrate in stream ecosystems, ranging from denitrification to storage in organic matter, has not been documented extensively. Here, we describe the Pacific Northwest component of Lotic Intersite Nitrogen eXperiment, phase II (LINX II) to examine how land-use setting influences fates of nitrate in streams.
Keywords: land use, streams, nitrate, nitrogen, spiraling, denitrification, organic matter storage, N-15, isotope tracer, Oregon
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Sobota, Daniel J.; Johnson, Sherri L.; Gregory, Stan V.; Ashkenas, Linda R. 2012. A stable isotope tracer study of the influences of adjacent land use and riparian condition on fates of nitrate in streams. Ecosystems. 15: 1-7.
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