Nitrogen Cycling in the Americas: Natural and Anthropogenic by Luiz A. Martinelli, Robert W. Howarth

By Luiz A. Martinelli, Robert W. Howarth

Advances in our realizing of the nitrogen cycle and the influence of anthropogenic actions on neighborhood to international scales rely on the growth of clinical stories to those fast-developing areas. This e-book provides a chain of reports from around the Americas whose objective is to focus on key usual procedures that regulate nitrogen biking in addition to speak about the most anthropogenic affects at the nitrogen cycle in either the tropical and temperate areas of the Americas.

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