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Nitrogen Mysteries in Urban Grasslands


October 12, 2009

biology graphic Urban grasslands are an extremely common, but poorly studied ecosystem type. Many receive high rates of fertilizer, creating concerns about nutrient runoff and greenhouse gas emissions. Recent research has focused on long-term study plots to evaluate multiple ecological variables in different components of the urban landscape. Full Story

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