Nitrogen deposition and plant biodiversity: past, present, and future

Volume: 15, Issue: 8, Pages: 431 - 436
Published: Sep 5, 2017
Abstract
Reactive nitrogen (N) deposition from intensive agricultural and industrial activity has been identified as the third greatest threat to global terrestrial biodiversity, after land‐use and climate change. While the impacts of N deposition are widely acknowledged, their magnitude is poorly quantified. We combine N deposition models, empirical response functions, and vegetation mapping to simulate the effects of N deposition on plant species...
Paper Details
Title
Nitrogen deposition and plant biodiversity: past, present, and future
Published Date
Sep 5, 2017
Volume
15
Issue
8
Pages
431 - 436
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