Colorado mountains

Patterns of inorganic inputs and movements of nutrients through soils, groundwater and surface waters

Nitrogen, phosphorus and other mineral nutrients are cycled through the ecosystem by way of decay and disturbances such as fire and flood. In excessive quantities nitrogen and other nutrients can have far-reaching and harmful effects on the environment.

Examining the mechanistic basis of summer nitrate peaks: a coupled biogeochemical and hydrological approach

Poster Number:  389 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jonathan Duncan Contrary to behavior predicted by the nitrogen saturation hypothesis, Pond Branch (the Baltimore Ecosystem Study forested reference watershed) exhibits peak nitrogen export during the growing seaso

Alpine grasslands in LTER Slovakia – air pollution and climate in focus

Poster Number:  366 Presenter/Primary Author:  Lubos Halada Slovak alpine is well studied and documented, less are known impacts of global change and several projects are recently focused to this issue.

Greenhouse gas emissions from a constructed wetland system in Phoenix, AZ

Poster Number:  365 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jorge Ramos Wetlands support ecological functions that result in valuable services to society, including the purification of water through processes such as denitrification, plant uptake, and soil retention.

Background Photo by: Nicole Hansen - Jornada (JRN) LTER