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        StatementAmer Geophysical Union
        PublishersAmer Geophysical Union
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        LC ClassificationsNovember 30, 2004
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        Paginationxvi, 82 p. :
        Number of Pages86
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        ISBN 100875904181
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More so, the removal of vegetation cover often leads to the adjustment in local water balance because the interception role of the canopy is lost, evapo-transpiration is changes or reduced [11] [15] runoff may be increased and radiation budget [2] may be upset by prescribing new surface geometry and albedo. Global Ecology and Biogeography 15:1-7. Surface water dynamics and biogeochemical fluxes of Loch Vale Watershed, Colorado. Proceedings of the Second U.

Northern Colorado Plateau Inventory and Monitoring Program, 2002-2004• Chemical weathering in the Loch Vale watershed, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Hartman, MD, JS Baron, HE Ewing and KT Weathers. NO3 uptake in shallow, oligotrophic mountain lakes: the influence of elevated NO3 concentrations.

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However, the attendant consequence of these land use activities was clearly depicted by the nature of increase experienced in the LST. 2003, Ecological Effects of Nitrogen Deposition in the Western United States.

Editor-in-Chief Issues in Ecology 2007-2012;• The result shown indicates that changes had taken place in Awka over the 30 year study period regarding land use and the associated cover characteristics.

The result showed that built-up area has been on the increase, expanding from 9. Consequently, [6] wrote that land use change has become one of the major determinants of environmental vulnerability within the human environment system; besides the direct impact on the spatial extent of ecosystems through deforestation, fragmentation etc.

Shifts in lake N:P stoichiometry and nutrient limitation driven by atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Use of mesoscale models for simulation of seasonal weather and climate change for the Rocky Mountain states. JS Baron, EK Hall, BT Nolan, JC Finlay, ES Bernhardt, JA Harrison, F.

Introduction The phenomenon of land use change has become a vital and central component of monitoring environmental changes and managing resources [1] [2]. Consequently, [6] wrote that land use change has become one of the major determinants of environmental vulnerability within the human environment system; besides the direct impact on the spatial extent of ecosystems through deforestation, fragmentation etc.

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National Biological Service, Washington, D. Mountain Research and Development 32, No. Geological Survey, Fort Collins, CO 1986-present Senior Research Scientist; Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 2000-present Advising faculty, CSU Graduate Degree Program in Ecology 1993-1996 Research Ecologist; National Biological Service, Mountain Ecosystems Section, Fort Collins, CO 1976-1993 Research Biologist-National Park Service; Great Smoky Mountains National Park TN; Gulf Islands National Seashore MS; Water Resources Division, Washington D.