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Nitrogen Isotope Techniques. Isotopic Techniques in Plant, Soil, and Aquatic Biology

  • ID: 1768801
  • Book
  • 311 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This book is the first laboratory manual to bring together basic procedures for measurement of stable and radioactive isotopes of nitrogen, with specific applications to plant, soil, and aquatic biology. This bench-top reference gives practical coverage of mass and emission spectrometry, nitrogen fixation, nitrification, and identification, organic nitrogen, and the radioactive isotope 13N. Methods are described so that researchers can adapt them, without the aid of outside references, to virtually any task they may encounter in investigations of nitrogen transformation processes.

- Serves as a practical guide for nitrogen isotope techniques- Features studies of nitrogen transformations in terrestrial and aquatic systems- Includes basic measurement techniques plus specific applications for stable and radioactive nitrogen isotopes- Presents detailed protocols, overviews, and key references- Includes fifty figures and sixteen tables- Hands-on reference for both students and researchers

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Mass Spectrometry
Optical Emmission Spectrometry
Natural Abundance of 15N: Fractional Contribution of Two Sources to a Common Sink an Use of Isotope Discrimination. Nitrogen Fixation in Soil and Plant Systems
Nitrogen Fixation in Flooded Rice Soils, Aquatic and Sediment Systems
Nitrification and Dentrification
Mineralization and Assimilation in Soil and Plant Systems
Mineralization and Assimilation in Aquatic, Sediment, And Wet Land Systems. 13N Techniques
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Paul, Eldor A.
Eldor A. Paul is a Senior Research Scientist at the Natural Resources Ecology Laboratory at Colorado State University, Fort Collins and Professor Emeritus at Michigan State University, East Lansing. During his time at Michigan State, he was professor of Soil Microbiology and Biochemistry, and Crop and Soil Sciences. He earned degrees from the University of Alberta and the University of Minnesota. His research focuses on the dynamics of soil organic matter and the microbial ecology of soil. Dr. Paul is a Fellow of ASA, SSSA, the Canadian Society of Soil Science, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Melillo, Jerry.
Knowles, Roger.
Blackburn, Henry.

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