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Can management compensate for atmospheric nutrient deposition in heathland ecosystems?

Published online: 11 Oct 2006

Authors: Härdtle, W. & Niemeyer, M. & Niemeyer, T. & Assmann, T. & Fottner, S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Atmospheric nutrient deposition has contributed to widespread changes in heathlands throughout Europe. As a consequence, management is now being consi...

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Some biological and chemical changes in a north Queensland soil following replacement of rainforest with Araucaria cunninghamii (Coniferae:Araucariaceae).

Published online: 10 Jun 1986

Authors: Holt, J. A. & Spain, A. V.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The soil nutrient levels, standing crop of litter and populations of soil and litter arthropods of a tropical Australian rainforest on the Atherton Ta...

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The potentials of 20 indigenous tree species for soil rehabilitation in the Atlantic forest region of Bahia, Brazil.

Published online: 24 Apr 1996

Authors: Montagnini, F. & Fanzeres, A. & Vinha, S. G. da

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The goal of this research was to identify indigenous tree species with a positive influence on soil fertility, in order to design mixed-tree and tree/...

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Diet quality and intake requirements of adult female caribou of the Denali herd, Alaska.

Published online: 31 Aug 1990

Authors: Boertje, R. D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Empirical, derived, and theoretical values of diet digestibility, DM intake requirements (DMI), diet nutrient content, and nitrogen and phosphorus bal...

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Ecosystem-scale impacts of non-timber forest product harvesting: effects on soil nutrients.

Published online: 22 Nov 2017

Authors: Ruwanza, S. & Shackleton, C. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The harvesting of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) is a global phenomenon, the sustainability of which has been studied for many species at the indi...

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Understorey plant community composition reflects invasion history decades after invasive Rhododendron has been removed.

Published online: 02 May 2018

Authors: Maclean, J. E. & Mitchell, R. J. & Burslem, D. F. R. P. & Genney, D. & Hall, J. & Pakeman, R. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

A growing awareness of the destructive effects of non-native invasive species has led to a massive increase in removal programmes around the world. Ho...

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Leaf-fall in a tropical rain forest.

Published online: 11 Nov 1970

Authors: Cornforth, I. S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Measurements at monthly intervals showed that leaf-fall in the Mora excelsa rain forests of Trinidad was much greater in Aug. Oct. and in Feb. April t...

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Nutrient losses from commercial picking and cockatoo removal of Banksia hookeriana blooms at the organ, plant and site levels.

Published online: 06 Jun 1996

Authors: Witkowski, E. T. F. & Lamont, B. B.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Losses of dry mass and mineral nutrients (N, P, K, Ca, Mg and Na), occurring through the commercial picking of blooms and their removal by cockatoos, ...

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Key pollen host plants provide balanced diets for wild bee larvae: a lesson for planting flower strips and hedgerows.

Published online: 03 Sep 2020

Authors: Filipiak, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Bee-friendly plants are defined by the quantity of food they produce and the visitation rates of adult insects foraging for nectar. However, it is pol...

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Factors of importance for the epiphytic vegetation of aspen Populus tremula with special emphasis on bark chemistry and soil chemistry.

Published online: 04 Aug 1995

Authors: Gustafsson, L. & Eriksson, I.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The epiphytic vegetation of 60 stems of aspen (Populus tremula) was studied in a 16-ha forest area near Uppsala, Sweden. The cover of bryophytes and o...

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