February LTER Science Update Newsletter

Post Series: LTER Science Update

In February, the Science Update Newsletter covers:

  • an KBS-LTER paper in the Journal of Soil and Water Conservation on collaborative solutions to nitrogen runoff;
  • a CCE-LTER paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on organic carbon sequestration at mesoscale ocean fronts;
  • a BNZ-LTER study, published in Forest Ecology and Management, on the the influence of hare population cycles on recruitment of white spruce;
  • a BES-LTER study, published in FEMS Microbiology, on nutrient cycling rates in urban streams;
  • A synthesis paper, published in Ecological Monographs, on how the duration of a stress can matter as much as the intensity in driving regime shift.

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