Microbial Biomass and Activity in Geomorphic Features in Forested and Urban Restored and Degraded Streams

Microbial Biomass and Activity in Geomorphic Features in Forested and Urban Restored and Degraded Streams

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Harrison, M.D., Groffman, P.M., Mayer, P.M., Kaushal, S.S. 2012. Microbial biomass and activity in geomorphic features in forested and urban restored and degraded streams. Ecological Engineering. Elsevier B.V., New York, NY. Volume 38, Number 1. Pages 1-10
nutrients, restoration, sediment, stream, urban
Geomorphic spatial heterogeneity affects sediment denitrification, an anaerobic microbial process that results in the loss of nitrogen (N), and other anaerobic microbial processes such as methanogenesis in urban streams. Measurements of sediment denitrification potential (DEA), net nitrification, methanogenesis, and a suite of ancillary microbial variables in geomorphic stream features in forested, urban degraded and urban restored streams in the Baltimore, MD area are reported.

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