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Product Details Table of Contents. Global Change: Rising carbon dioxide concentrations and the productivity of grasslands Nitrogen assumes many oxidation states in its cycling through ecosystems Ecologists in the Field: The fate of soil nitrate in a temperate forest The phosphorus cycle is chemically uncomplicated Sulfur exists in many oxidized and reduced forms Microorganisms assume diverse roles in element cycles Chapter 24 Nutrient Regeneration in Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems Weathering makes nutrients available in terrestrial ecosystems Nutrient regeneration in terrestrial ecosystems occurs in the soil Mycorrhizal associations of fungi and plant roots promote nutrient uptake Nutrient regeneration can follow many paths Climate affects pathways and rates of nutrient regeneration Ecologists in the Field: Will global warming speed the decomposition of organic matter in boreal forest soils?

In aquatic ecosystems, nutrients are regenerated slowly in deep water and sediments Stratification hinders nutrient cycling in aquatic ecosystems Oxygen depletion facilitates regeneration of nutrients in deep waters Nutrient inputs control production in freshwater and shallow-water marine ecosystems Nutrients limit production in the oceans Ecologists in the Field: Does iron limit marine productivity?

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