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nutrient enrichment

nutrient enrichment

nutrient enrichment

In situ nutrient enrichment experiment in the Bohai and Yellow Sea

Nutrient enrichment affects the mechanical resistance of aquatic plants

Microbial community dynamics in Mediterranean nutrient-enriched seawater mesocosms: changes in abundances, activity and composition

Bacterioplankton communities turn unstable and become small under increased temperature and nutrient-enriched conditions

Phytoplankton and periphyton responses to in situ experimental nutrient enrichment in a shallow subtropical lake

Responses of epilimnetic phytoplankton to experimental nutrient enrichment in three small seepage lakes

Nutrient enrichment and selective predation by zooplankton promote Microcystis (Cyanobacteria) bloom formation

Impact of CO2 enrichment on organic matter dynamics during nutrient induced coastal phytoplankton blooms

NEECF: a project of nutrient enrichment experiments in China’s forests

Nutrient enrichment of white spruce seedlings during nursery culture and initial plantation establishment

The relationship between relative growth rate and whole-plant C : N : P stoichiometry in plant seedlings grown under nutrient-enriched conditions

Effects of shelter and enrichment on the ecology and nutrient cycling of microbial communities of subtidal carbonate sediments

Microbial community dynamics in Mediterranean nutrient-enriched seawater mesocosms: changes in the genetic diversity of bacterial populations

Effect of nutrient enrichment on bacterioplankton biomass and community composition in mesocosms in the Archipelago Sea, northern Baltic

Effects of nutrient enrichment on the growth rates and community structure of summer phytoplankton from the Gulf of Riga, Baltic Sea

Nitrogen limitation of phytoplankton in a Spanish karst lake with a deep chlorophyll maximum: a nutrient enrichment bioassay approach

 

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An increase in the level of nutrients in a habitat or ecosystem. The opposite of nutrient depletion. See also eutrophication.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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