Disturbance of the Nitrogen Cycle. New Phytologist Special Publications

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  • Book
  • 240 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The various problems associated with anthropogenic nitrogen enrichment – acidification, climate change, eutrophication, ozone destruction – are common to most countries, and the transboundary nature of the problems requires international dialogue and agreed action to provide solutions. The edited papers in this volume represent the current thoughts of scientists at the leading edge of research into the nitrogen cycle. They were presented at the Third New Phytologist Symposium, held at the University of Lancaster in September 1997.
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1. Atmospheric nitrogenous compounds and ozone – is NOx fixation by plants a possible solution?.

2. The atmospheric budget of oxidized nitrogen and its role in ozone formation and deposition.

3. Oxides of nitrogen and ozone: can our plants survive?.

4. Ammonia: emission, atmospheric transport and deposition.

5. Nitrogen deposition and its contribution to nitrogen cycling and associated soil processes.

6. Atmospheric ammonia and impacts of nitrogen deposition: uncertainties and challenges.

7. Impact of gaseous nitrogen deposition on plant functioning.

8. Consequences of high loads of nitrogen for spruce (Picea abies) and beech (Fagus sylvatica) forests.

9. Qualitative and quantitative changes in plant nitrogen acquisition induced by anthropogenic nitrogen deposition.

10. Ambient ozone effects on forest trees of the eastern United States: a review.

11. Impacts of ozone on forests: a European perspective.

12. Ozone and forest trees.

13. Ecological effects of atmospheric reactive nitrogen deposition on semi–natural terrestrial ecosystems.

14. Effects of ozone on wild plants.

15. Regulation of plant nitrate assimilation: from ecophysiology to brain proteins.

16. Impacts of tropospheric ozone and airborne nitrogenous pollutants on natural and semi–natural ecosystems: a commentary.

17. Nitrogen deposition and ectomycorrhizas.

18. Nitrogen deposition: a component of global change analyses.

19. Nitrogen on microbial and global scales.

20. The past, present and future of nitrogenous compounds in the atmosphere, and their interactions with plants.

21. Uptake and fate of gaseous pollutants in leaves.

22. Air today – gone tomorrow?

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T. A. Mansfield
K. W. T. Goulding
L. J. Sheppard
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