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Analysis of biogeochemical cycling processes in Walker Branch Watershed

Analysis of biogeochemical cycling processes in Walker Branch Watershed

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Published by Springer-Verlag in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tennessee,
  • Oak Ridge.
    • Subjects:
    • Biogeochemical cycles -- Tennessee -- Oak Ridge.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and index.

      Other titlesWalker Branch Watershed.
      StatementDale W. Johnson, Robert I. Van Hook, editors.
      SeriesSpringer advanced texts in life sciences
      ContributionsJohnson, D. W. 1946-, Van Hook, Robert I.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH344 .A52 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 401 p. :
      Number of Pages401
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2060328M
      ISBN 100387967451
      LC Control Number88039675

      Biogeochemical Cycling Wetland soils contain a disproportionate amount of global the terrestrial carbon pool. Accordingly, understanding the basic process that regulate organic matter turnover and the associated interactions with land management practices, climate change, and other disturbance regimes is fundamental to the sustainability of. Elements like carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus comprise the watershed's most important biogeochemical cycles. Cycling involves an element of interest's transport and storage, change in form, chemical transformation and adsorption. Nutrient Spiraling. The flow of energy and nutrients in ecosystems are cyclic, but open-ended.

      Analysis of Biogeochemical Cycling Processes in Walker Branch Watershed: Edited by Dale W. Johnson and Robert I. Van Hook, Springer‐Verlag New York, Fifth Ave., New York, NY p. $ ISBN 0‐‐‐1. Edward T. Elliott; Pages: ; First Published: 01 July Research and teaching related to biogeochemical processes in subtropical ecosystems. Emphasis on coupling of C, N and P cycles. Traditional physicochemical analysis combined with novel enzyme and microscopy, and enrichment and natural abundance level isotopic info.

      The cycling of these chemical substances emerges from geophysical processes and the combined metabolisms of all life forms (96). These self-organized nutrient cycles, which are increasingly influenced by human activities, can be represented as networks of processes, connecting different reservoirs of substances and defining biogeochem-. More importantly from a global perspective, marine sediments also provide "ecosystem goods and services" [2J. Organic matter from primary production in the water column and contaminants scavenged by particles accumulate in sediments where their fate is determined by sediment processes such as bioturbation and biogeochemical cycling.


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The Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Environmental Sciences Division initiated the Walker Branch Watershed Project on the Oak Ridge Reservation in east Tennessee inwith the support of the U. Department of Energy's Office of Health and Environmental Research (DOE/OHER), to quantify land-water interactions in a forested landscape.

Inthe International Biological Program's Eastern Deciduous Forest Biome Project was initiated, and Walker Branch Watershed was chosen as one of several sites for intensive research on nutrient cycling and biological productivity.

This work was supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF). This book presents a summary and synthesis of two decades of research on biogeochemical cycling and related processes in Walker Branch Watershed, a mixed deciduous watershed near Oak Ridge, Tennessee, which is one of only a few long-term, intensive ecosystem studies in the United States aimed at the quantification of land-water interactions in a forested landscape.

This book presents a summary and synthesis of two decades of research on biogeochemical cycling and related processes in Walker Branch Watershed, a mixed deciduous watershed near Oak Ridge, Tennessee, which is one of only a few long-term, intensive ecosystem studies in the United States aimed at the quantification of land-water interactions in a forested : Dale W.

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Abstract. The original objectives of the Walker Branch Watershed Project, as defined inwere to provide base-line values for unpolluted natural waters, to contribute to our knowledge of cycling and loss of chemical elements in natural ecosystems, and to enable construction of models for predicting the effects of man’s activities on the by: 1.

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Dale W. Johnson. 26 Sep Paperback. US$ Analysis of Biogeochemical Cycling Processes in Walker Branch Watershed. Dale W Johnson. The cycling of water depicted in Figure can be applied to particular geographic regions to calculate the water balance.

One such area is a watershed or drainage basin. A watershed is the geographic area that contributes to flow in a stream or river.

Analysis of Litterfall in a Deciduous Forest on Walker Branch Watershed, Tennessee: Data Strati- fication by Two Alternative Methods' D. GRIGAL Title: Soil carbon and nitrogen changes in forests of Walker Branch Watershed, to Watershed-scale research is a powerful approach for biogeochemical studies because hydrologic transport is an integrator of biogeochemical processes at the landscape scale.

Studies at the watershed scale integrate all processes occurring within the boundaries of a given by: 7. The Ecological Studies Series, published by Springer, was the most influential in my career because several books published in the Series (e.g., Forest Hydrology and Ecology at Coweeta edited by Swank and Crossley and Analysis of Biogeochemical Cycling Processes in Walker Branch Watershed edited by Johnson and Van Hook) sparked my interest in.

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Springer. a complex biogeochemical cycle over time scales as long as one half billion years. Included in this cycle are major geologic processes, such as weathering, transport by ground and surface waters, erosion, and deposition of crustal rocks.

It is believed to provide important negative feedback mechanisms that control the temperature of the atmosphere.The mean d 15 N of red maple leaves in N-deficient ridges and slopes at the Walker Branch watershed is ±‰, similar to the composition of NH 4 in bulk precipitation (Garten, ).

This suggests that atmospheric NH 4 might be a significant source of N for the trees, but further work is needed to verify this.