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Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition in the Western United States: Sources, Sinks, and Changes over Time
Anthropogenic activities have greatly modified the way nitrogen moves through the atmosphere and terrestrial and aquatic environments. Excess reactive nitrogen generated through fossil fuel combustion, industrial fixation, ...
Advancing Water Resources Planning, Education, and Outreach through Collaborative Modeling and Stakeholder Engagement Methods
Water resource issues are inherently challenging due to the diversity of stakeholder perspectives and values and because of the inherent and fundamental complexities of socio-ecological systems. These complexities necessitate ...
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN NONNATIVE AMERICAN SHAD (ALOSA SAPIDISSIMA) AND FALL CHINOOK SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS TSHAWYTSCHA) IN LOWER COLUMBIA RIVER FOOD WEBS
Lower Columbia River Food Webs have undergone many changes resulting from impoundment, introduction of nonnatives, and supplementation with hatchery salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.). American Shad (Alosa sapidissima) are an ...
MOLECULAR AND MICROSCOPIC INSIGHTS INTO THE RHIZOSPHERIC PROCESSES
Rhizosphere, the zone immediately adjacent to plant roots, represents a hotspot of carbon exudation, turnover, respiration, transformation and accumulation. The importance of roots for the formation of soil organic matter ...
STABLE ISOTOPE ANALYSIS METHODS DEVELOPMENT AND ASSESSMENT OF FOOD WEB DYNAMICS AFTER HYPOLIMNETIC OXYGENATION IN TWIN LAKES, WA
Line-diffuser hypolimnetic oxygenation was initiated in North Twin Lake, Washington, in 2009 to mitigate reduction in Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and Brook Trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) fishery habitat due to ...
Control of RNA Structure by CspA Proteins in Rhizobia
Rhizobia are soil bacteria that can associate with some legumes and participate in symbiotic nitrogen fixation. Bacterial CspA family members are small, single stranded nucleic acid binding proteins conserved throughout ...