John Pastor
John Pastor
University of Minnesota, University of Wisconsin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
E-mail megerősítve itt: d.umn.edu - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Aboveground production and N and P cycling along a nitrogen mineralization gradient on Blackhawk Island, Wisconsin
J Pastor, JD Aber, CA McClaugherty, JM Melillo
Ecology 65 (1), 256-268, 1984
Influence of climate, soil moisture, and succession on forest carbon and nitrogen cycles
J Pastor, WM Post
Biogeochemistry 2, 3-27, 1986
Response of northern forests to CO2-induced climate change
J Pastor, WM Post
Nature 334 (6177), 55-58, 1988
Forest litter decomposition in relation to soil nitrogen dynamics and litter quality
CA McClaugherty, J Pastor, JD Aber, JM Melillo
Ecology 66 (1), 266-275, 1985
Moose browsing and soil fertility in the boreal forests of Isle Royale National Park
J Pastor, B Dewey, RJ Naiman, PF McInnes, Y Cohen
Ecology 74 (2), 467-480, 1993
Overview of case studies on recovery of aquatic systems from disturbance
GJ Niemi, P DeVore, N Detenbeck, D Taylor, A Lima, J Pastor, JD Yount, ...
Environmental management 14, 571-587, 1990
Global patterns of soil nitrogen storage
WM Post, J Pastor, PJ Zinke, AG Stangenberger
Nature 317 (6038), 613-616, 1985
Carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus mineralization in northern wetlands
SD Bridgham, K Updegraff, J Pastor
Ecology 79 (5), 1545-1561, 1998
Comparing spatial pattern in unaltered old‐growth and disturbed forest landscapes
DJ Mladenoff, MA White, J Pastor, TR Crow
Ecological applications 3 (2), 294-306, 1993
Fine root turnover in forest ecosystems in relation to quantity and form of nitrogen availability: a comparison of two methods
JD Aber, JM Melillo, KJ Nadelhoffer, CA McClaugherty, J Pastor
Oecologia, 317-321, 1985
Environmental and substrate controls over carbon and nitrogen mineralization in northern wetlands
K Updegraff, J Pastor, SD Bridgham, CA Johnston
Ecological applications 5 (1), 151-163, 1995
Interactions between woody plants and browsing mammals mediated by secondary metabolites
JP Bryant, FD Provenza, J Pastor, PB Reichardt, TP Clausen, JT Du Toit
Annual review of ecology and systematics 22 (1), 431-446, 1991
The potential importance of boundaries of fluvial ecosystems
RJ Naiman, H Décamps, J Pastor, CA Johnston
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 7 (4), 289-306, 1988
Effects of moose browsing on vegetation and litter of the boreal forest, Isle Royale, Michigan, USA
PF McInnes, RJ Naiman, J Pastor, Y Cohen
Ecology 73 (6), 2059-2075, 1992
Selective foraging and ecosystem processes in boreal forests
J Pastor, RJ Naiman
The American Naturalist 139 (4), 690-705, 1992
Moose, microbes, and the boreal forest
J Pastor, RJ Naiman, B Dewey, P McInnes
BioScience 38 (11), 770-777, 1988
Response of bog and fen plant communities to warming and water‐table manipulations
JF Weltzin, J Pastor, C Harth, SD Bridgham, K Updegraff, CT Chapin
Ecology 81 (12), 3464-3478, 2000
Carbon isotope dynamics during grass decomposition and soil organic matter formation
DA Wedin, LL Tieszen, B Dewey, J Pastor
Ecology 76 (5), 1383-1392, 1995
Multiple limiting gradients in peatlands: a call for a new paradigm
SD Bridgham, J Pastor, JA Janssens, C Chapin, TJ Malterer
Wetlands 16, 45-65, 1996
Beaver influences on the long‐term biogeochemical characteristics of boreal forest drainage networks
RJ Naiman, G Pinay, CA Johnston, J Pastor
Ecology 75 (4), 905-921, 1994
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