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Chronic nitrogen additions reduce total soil respiration and microbial respiration in temperate forest soils at the Harvard Forest (Elsevier, 2004)At the Harvard Forest Long-term Ecological Research Site Chronic Nitrogen Amendment Study, a red pine and a mixed deciduous stand showed immediate changes in soil respiration following nitrogen additions (low N: 5 g N m−2 ...
Why eat extrafloral nectar? Understanding food selection by Coleomegilla maculata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) (International Organization for Biological Control (outside the USA)., 2012-12-20)Methods of increasing predator abundance within a habitat include the incorporation of non-prey food items, yet the influence of this on predation intensity toward herbivores remains unknown. In order to gain an understanding ...
(ASSOC PRIVATE ENTERPRISE EDUCATION, 2018-06)Economic activity is a stream of interconnected experiments, where some are bound to fail. Such failures are costly and policy makers might aspire to mitigate them, particularly during economic crises. The mitigation can ...
Evaluating trade‐offs between invasion and isolation for native brook trout and non‐native brown trout in Pennsylvania streams (ESA Journals, 2018-05)Understanding the amount of variation in functional traits between closely related species within guilds is critical for understanding links between community composition and ecosystem processes. Nutrient excretion is an ...
The partisan electoral effect of EU structural and investment funds in French European Parliament elections (Macmillan Publishers Inc, 2018-03-08)In this article, we find a partisan electoral effect in French European Parliamentary (EP) elections that we consider to be a variant of an economic voting determinant. EU Structural and Investment Funds (SIFs) can be ...