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Page 409 of The Journal of Ecology Vol. 102, Issue 2 [page]

2014 The Journal of Ecology  
. & Vitousek, P.M. (1995) Changes in soil phosphorus fractions and ecosystem dynamics across a long chronosequence in Hawaii. Ecology, 76, 1407-1424.  ...  . & Smith, J.E. (2007) Global analysis of nitrogen and phosphorus limitation of primary pro- ducers in freshwater, marine and terrestrial ecosystems. Ecology Letters, 10, 1135-1142.  ... 

Page 767 of Journal of Biogeography Vol. 22, Issue 4 - 5 [page]

1995 Journal of Biogeography  
Review of plant-soil models In forest ecosystems 767 VEGETATION SOIL FORCLIM FIG. 5. Carbon pools (boxes) and fluxes (arrows) as modelled in FORCUM.  ...  The latter simulates the cycling of elements in the soil in all details, thereby also incorporating very slow soil processes (see ‘Model Structures’).  ... 

Page 641 of The Journal of Ecology Vol. 100, Issue 3 [page]

2012 The Journal of Ecology  
. & Wyrwoll, K. (1983) Routine ESR dating of emergent Pleistocene marine units in Western Australia.  ...  Hothorn, T., Bretz, F. & Westfall, P. (2008) Simultaneous in parametric models.  ... 

Rising variance: a leading indicator of ecological transition

S. R. Carpenter, W. A. Brock
2006 Ecology Letters  
Increases in variability of ecosystems have been suggested to foreshadow ecological regime shifts.  ...  The rising SD was detected by studying variability around predictions of a simple time-series model, and did not depend on detailed knowledge of the actual ecosystem dynamics.  ...  Holling, Don Ludwig and Marten Scheffer for discussions of threshold transitions in stoch-astic ecosystems; Jon Chase, Jon Foley, Jon Norberg, Marten Scheffer, Craig Stow, Egbert van Nes and two anonymous  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1461-0248.2005.00877.x pmid:16958897 fatcat:dz3xg2sccbci5ilqlclu7cyrqu

Comparing strengths and weaknesses of three ecosystem services modelling tools in a diverse UK river catchment

Katrina Sharps, Dario Masante, Amy Thomas, Bethanna Jackson, John Redhead, Linda May, Havard Prosser, Bernard Cosby, Bridget Emmett, Laurence Jones
2017 Science of the Total Environment  
Ecosystem services modelling tools can help land managers and policy makers evaluate the impacts of alternative management options or changes in land use on the delivery of ecosystem services.  ...  In this study, we focus on the wide range of outputs produced for each service and discuss the differences between each modelling tool.  ...  Acknowledgements This work 'Location, Configuration, Distribution: the Role of Landscape Pattern and Diversity in Ecosystem Services; NERC project NE/ K015508/1; CEH Project NEC05059' was funded with support  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.12.160 pmid:28147292 fatcat:kqvf5s3p75bmjcou7kortckbmu

Modeling nutrient behavior in Wetlands

Robert H. Kadlec, David E. Hammer
1988 Ecological Modelling  
Compartments representing active parts of the ecosystem include soil, surface water, interstitial soil water, and various types of live biomass, standing dead and litter.  ...  Modelling, A simple mathematical model is developed which permits dynamic simulation of wetland hydrology and of nutrient-driven interactions between wastewater and the wetland ecosystem.  ...  Rain events cause sudden and dramatic changes in rates and directions. Ecosystem model The simulation model of the weland ecosystem consists of compartments shown in Fig. 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1016/0304-3800(88)90101-9 fatcat:7s35lmnjc5axdpmyvqski4kzsm

Editorial: Phosphorus Along the Soil-Freshwater-Ocean Continuum

Barbara J. Cade-Menun, Solange Duhamel, Rosalind J. Dodd, Christian Lønborg, Chris T. Parsons, William D. Taylor
2019 Frontiers in Marine Science  
Editorial on the Research Topic Phosphorus Along the Soil-Freshwater-Ocean Continuum Phosphorus (P) is an essential element for all organisms.  ...  Liu et al. identified microbial communities in various agricultural soils, showing that soil disturbance controlled P forms and cycling in these ecosystems.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00028 fatcat:tmoyyp3wjbfzpfiieuv3kb3bya

State of the art in modelling of phosphorus in aquatic systems: Review, criticisms and commentary

Barbara J. Robson
2014 Environmental Modelling & Software  
Although the focus is on phosphorus, many of the observations and discussion points here relate to aquatic ecosystem models in general.  ...  Processes important in less eutrophic systems have often been neglected: these include the biogeochemistry of organic phosphorus, transformations associated with fluxes through soils and sediments, transfer  ...  Kerrie Tomkins for assisting with the collation of data for systematic review, to Dr. Darren Baldwin for allowing me to read his review of organic phosphorus before publication, to Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2014.01.012 fatcat:fdiptw55k5gwvnnbonhljzxo4y

Phosphorus Transport along the Cropland–Riparian–Stream Continuum in Cold Climate Agroecosystems: A Review

Eric O. Young, Donald S. Ross, Deb P. Jaisi, Philippe G. Vidon
2021 Soil Systems  
In addition, the coarse resolution of watershed P models may not capture finer-scale soil factors affecting P mobilization.  ...  In cold climates (CCs), freeze–thaw cycles, snowmelt runoff events, and seasonally wet soils increase P loss potential while limiting P removal effectiveness of riparian buffer zones (RBZs) and other practices  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/soilsystems5010015 fatcat:46no2xyf2ra47gedaskbrtd7sq

Nutrient cycling in forests

PETER M. ATTIWILL, MARK A. ADAMS
1993 New Phytologist  
More than 50% of the total phosphorus in the surface soils is in organic forms and much of the more labile phosphorus is in the form of diesters.  ...  In contrast to the mineralization of phosphorus, our knowledge of transformations and availability of nitrogen in forest soils is well-developed.  ...  In reviewing the status of models of nutrient cycling in forests, Landsberg et al. (1991) restate Stone's (1979) conclusion: Investigations into the relationship between soil nutrient status and tree  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-8137.1993.tb03847.x pmid:33874438 fatcat:iuysx6cv6ffcnerawit5ow6nuy

Ecological Landscape Modeling: The General Application of an Existing Simulation Framework

H. Carl Fitz
2010 EDIS  
Published by the UF Department of Soil and Water Science, June 2010.  ...  Carl Fitz, is an overview of an existing, generalized model framework that synthesizes integrated ecosystem dynamics within large spatial domains and across decadal ecological time scales.  ...  The unit model is comprised of linked modules for different ecosystem components, including water, phosphorus, chloride, periphyton, macrophytes, flocculent detritus, and soils (Figure 4 ).  ... 
doi:10.32473/edis-ss533-2010 fatcat:vbpbmmwepjfppps3c4cdoktnse

Designing Agricultural Ecosystems for the Humid Tropics

J. Ewel
1986 Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics  
This frequently leads to the development of deeply weathered soil with scant opportunity for the addition of fresh supplies of nutrients from the bedrock.  ...  Moreover, fungi, bacteria, and epiphylls, many of which are crop pests, thrive in warm, humid climates.  ...  However, it may be important in pastures and in natural ecosystems. Phosphorus The amount of phosphorus in an unfertilized soil is determined primarily by the parent material.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.ecolsys.17.1.245 fatcat:n4umdrjrlbc45pgdprswbd6xkm

Designing Agricultural Ecosystems for the Humid Tropics

J J Ewel
1986 Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics  
This frequently leads to the development of deeply weathered soil with scant opportunity for the addition of fresh supplies of nutrients from the bedrock.  ...  Moreover, fungi, bacteria, and epiphylls, many of which are crop pests, thrive in warm, humid climates.  ...  However, it may be important in pastures and in natural ecosystems. Phosphorus The amount of phosphorus in an unfertilized soil is determined primarily by the parent material.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.es.17.110186.001333 fatcat:cus6bezpqnco3hz7qtasps23iu

Transforming soil phosphorus fertility management strategies to support the delivery of multiple ecosystem services from agricultural systems

Katrina A. Macintosh, Donnacha G. Doody, Paul J.A. Withers, Richard W. McDowell, Douglas R. Smith, Laura T. Johnson, Tom W. Bruulsema, Vincent O'Flaherty, John W. McGrath
2019 Science of the Total Environment  
Available soil phosphorus, phosphorus buffering and soil 545 cover determine most variation in phosphorus concentration in runoff from pastoral sites. 546 Nutr. Cycl.  ...  Use of a coupled soil-556 root-leaf model to optimise phosphate fertiliser use efficiency in barley. Plant Soil.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.08.272 pmid:30172137 fatcat:yspi2qhsrbbpbkgynj36t46pha

Using research networks to create the comprehensive datasets needed to assess nutrient availability as a key determinant of terrestrial carbon cycling

Sara Vicca, Benjamin D Stocker, Sasha Reed, William R Wieder, Michael Bahn, Philip A Fay, Ivan A Janssens, Hans Lambers, Josep Peñuelas, Shilong Piao, Karin T Rebel, Jordi Sardans (+5 others)
2018 Environmental Research Letters  
In addition, we discuss the power of different observable variables for informing the formulation of models and constraining their predictions.  ...  Therefore, we propose a set of complementary measurements that are relatively easy to conduct routinely at any site or experiment and that, in combination with C cycle observations, can provide a robust  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge support of the European Research Council grant ERC-SyG-610028 IMBALANCE-P and the ClimMani COST Action (ES1308  ... 
doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aaeae7 fatcat:ig3mohpvlvdrppqyc4ngj74lsu
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