FACTORS AFFECTING NUTRIENT VARIATION IN ALBERTA PRAIRIE WETLANDS
ISSUE 3, MAY 2015
Please see our latest issue of the ABMI's Science Letters "Factors Affecting Nutrient Variation in Alberta Prairie Wetlands" (attached below).
For the purpose of this issue, we used data collected by the ABMI's wetland monitoring program to test which local- and landscape- level factors influence nutrient concentration (total nitrogen and total phosphorus) of prairie wetlands. This information is valuable to all land-use managers involved in the evaluation of current efforts to protect and conserve wetlands in the province.
This ABMI Science Letter was generously supported by aemera.org.
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