Flipping the Switch: The Mechanism for Trophic Shifts in Estuaries Due to Anthropogenic Nutrient Loading and Nutrient Cycling in Coastal Wetlands and the Effects of Anthropogenic Nutrient Loading
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Sun, 05 May 2013 01:58:05 GMT
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Bachelor of Arts
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jawbrey_2013_BIOL.pdf; jawbrey_2013_BIOL2.pdf; jawbrey_2013_BIOL.pptx
nutrient loading; estuary; trophic shift; coastal marsh; trophic level; nitrogen; fertilizer
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