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Record #135612:

Responses of plant litter decomposition and nitrogen mineralization to simulated environmental change in a High Arctic polar semi-desert and a sub-Arctic dwarf shrub heath / Clare H. Robinson, and seven others.

Title: Responses of plant litter decomposition and nitrogen mineralization to simulated environmental change in a High Arctic polar semi-desert and a sub-Arctic dwarf shrub heath / Clare H. Robinson, and seven others.
Author(s): Robinson, Clare H.
Date: 1995.
In: Oikos. (1995.), Vol. 74(3) (1995)
Abstract: Impacts of climate change were simulated using tents, water and soil nutrients. Latter increased litter decomposition and N mineralization. Results suggest that increases of soil temperature of up to 1°C, which may occur by end of next century as effect of 4°C rise in air temperature, have only small effects on total N mineralization in short term in Arctic soils.
Notes:

Oikos. Vol. 74(3) :503-512 (1995).

Keywords: 551.58 -- Climatology.
551.586 -- Climatology, biological aspects.
551.588 -- Climate, effect of man and environment.
574 -- Ecology.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 135612

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