Nutrient Cycling and Plant Nutrition in Forest Ecosystems by Scott X. ChangNutrient Cycling and Plant Nutrition in Forest Ecosystems by Scott X. Chang

Nutrient Cycling and Plant Nutrition in Forest Ecosystems

Guest editorScott X. Chang, Xiangyang Sun

Paperback | May 19, 2017

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Nutrient cycling is essential for maintaining nutrient supply to forest plants and for enhancing forest productivity. Nutrient cycling is also strongly linked to greenhouse gas emissions and thus to global climate change. Nutrient cycling and plant nutrition can be severely affected by anthropogenic and natural disturbance regimes. This Special Issue will provide an avenue to publish recent progress on research on nutrient cycling and plant nutrition in forest ecosystems and how nutrient cycling and plant nutrition are affected by disturbance regimes such as harvesting, atmospheric deposition and climate change.

Title:Nutrient Cycling and Plant Nutrition in Forest EcosystemsFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:264 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 0.72 inShipping dimensions:9.61 × 6.69 × 0.72 inPublished:May 19, 2017Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:303842384X

ISBN - 13:9783038423843


Table of Contents

1) Soil Elements Influencing Community Structure in an Old-Growth Forest in Northeastern China
2) Grand Fir Nutrient Management in the Inland Northwestern USA
3) Effects of Hurricane-Felled Tree Trunks on Soil Carbon, Nitrogen, Microbial Biomass, and Root Length in a Wet Tropical Forest
4) Growth Characteristics of Ectomycorrhizal Seedlings of Quercus glauca, Quercus salicina, Quercus
myrsinaefolia, and Castanopsis cuspidata Planted in Calcareous Soil
5) Spatial Distribution of Soil Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium Stocks in Moso Bamboo Forests in
Subtropical China
6) Understanding the Fate of Applied Nitrogen in Pine Plantations of the Southeastern United States
Using 15N Enriched Fertilizers
7) Resource Utilization by Native and Invasive Earthworms and Their Effects on Soil Carbon and
Nitrogen Dynamics in Puerto Rican Soils
8) Surface CO2 Exchange Dynamics across a Climatic Gradient in McKenzie Valley: Effect of
Landforms, Climate and Permafrost
9) Nutrient Resorption and Phenolics Concentration Associated with Leaf Senescence of the
Subtropical Mangrove Aegiceras corniculatum: Implications for Nutrient Conservation
10) The Effects of Fertilization on the Growth and Physiological Characteristics of Ginkgo biloba L.
11) Estimation of Nutrient Exports Resulting from Thinning and Intensive Biomass Extraction in
Medium-Aged Spruce and Pine Stands in Saxony, Northeast Germany
12) Evaluation of Whole Tree Growth Increment Derived from Tree-Ring Series for Use in Assessments
of Changes in Forest Productivity across Various Spatial Scales
13) The Effect of Harvest on Forest Soil Carbon: A Meta-Analysis
14) Effect of Timber Harvest Intensities and Fertilizer Application on Stocks of Soil C, N, P, and S
15) Phosphorus in Preferential Flow Pathways of Forest Soils in Germany
16) Sampling Method and Tree-Age Affect Soil Organic C and N Contents in Larch Plantations