Species Loss from Nitrogen Deposition in Grasslands: The Differing Environmental Conditions that Cause Competitive-Exclusion-Driven vs. Acidification-Driven Declines in Species Richness
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Hougen-Eitzman, David; McKone, Mark
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biodiversity, species richness, nitrogen, nitrogen deposition, grassland, nitrogen loading
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