Podrobnosti záznamu

Název
    Biogeochemistry
Místo vydání
    Dordrecht
ISSN
    0168-2563
Země vydání
    Nizozemsko
Klíčove slovo
    Biogeochemistry
Články z tohoto seriálu
    The biogeochemistry of basic cations in two forest catchments with contrasting lithology in the Czech Republic
    Chemical recovery of scidified Bohemian lakes between 1984 and 2012: the role of acid deposition and bark beetle induced forest disturbance
    Compositional changes in fish scale hydroxylapatite during early diagenesis; an example from an abandoned meander
    Delta15N as an indicator of N2-fixation by cyanobacterial mats in tropical marshes
    Does elevated nitrogen deposition or ecosystem recovery from acidification drive increased dissolved organic carbon loss from upland soil? A review of evidence from field nitrogen addition experiments
    Isotope systematics of sulfate-oxygen and sulfate-sulfur in six European peatlands
    Isotope systematics of sulfate-oxygen and sulfate-sulfur in six European peatlands
    Loss of nutrients due to litter raking compared to the effect of acidic deposition in two spruce stands, Czech republic
    Loss of nutrients due to litter raking compared to the effect of acidic deposition in two spruce stands, Czech Republic
    Mobility of Pb in Sphagnum-derived peat
    Mobility of Pb in Sphagnum-derived peat
    Nitrogen, organic carbon and sulphur cycling in terrestrial ecosystems: Linking nitrogen saturation to carbon limitation of soil microbial processes
    Response of root and sediment phosphatase activity to increased nutrients and salinity
    Seasonal variation of water extractable aluminium forms in acidified forest organic soils under different vegetation cover
    Speciation, phase association and potential bioavailability of phosphorus on a Svalbard glacier
    Sulfur isotope inventories of atmospheric deposition, spruce forest floor and living Sphagnum along a NW-SE transect across Europe
    Sulfur isotope inventories of atmospheric deposition, spruce forest floor and living Sphagnum along a NW-SE transect across Europe
    Wetland plant decomposition under different nutrient conditions: what is more important, litter quality or site quality?