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The allocation of inorganic nitrogen (15 NH4+) to soil, microbial and plant biomass in an Arctic salt marsh.
(Ottawa : National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada, 2004)
This study has demonstrated, through the shared distribution of a single resource (15 NH4+), that plants and soil microbes compete for inorganic N in a N-limited system. At La Pérouse Bay, soil microorganisms out-compete ...
Revegetation trials in degraded coastal marshes of the Hudson Bay Lowlands.
(Ottawa : National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada, 1998)
Intense foraging by an increasing population of lesser snow geese, Anser caerulescens L., has led to the conversion of former salt-marsh swards, dominated by Puccinellia phryganodes and Carex subspothacea to hypersaline ...
Lesser Snow Geese flying over salt-marsh flats at Moon La Pérouse Bay,1983.
Lesser Snow Geese flying over salt-marsh flats at Moon La Pérouse Bay, Hudson Bay, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.