Above ground uptake of nitrogen

BITÖK-A 8

From 01/1998 to 12/2000

Principal Investigator: Gerhard Gebauer
Staff: Jutta Lauf
Grant: 0339476 C Grundlagen zur nachhaltigen Entwicklung von Ökosystemen bei veränderter Umwelt

List of publications of this Project

Lauf, J; Gebauer, G: On-line analysis of nitrogen stable isotopes in NO from ambient air samples, Analytical Chemistry, 73, 1126-1133 (2001), doi:10.1021/ac0009292 -- Details
Harrison, AF; Schulze, ED; Gebauer, G; Bruckner, G: Canopy uptake and utilisation of atmospheric pollutant N. in E.-D. Schulze: Ecological Studies No. 142, Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in European Forest Ecosystems, Springer, 171-188 (2000)
Gebauer, G: The use of stable isotopes to study the fate of nitrogen inputs to forest ecosystems. in M.A. Martins-Loucao, S.H. Lips: Nitrogen in a Sustainable Ecosystem - From the Cell to the Plant, Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, 317-327 (2000)
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