[Coral-List] rise of nitrogen deposition from the atmosphere on a coral reef

Douglas Fenner douglasfennertassi at gmail.com
Thu May 18 18:56:30 EDT 2017

21st-century rise in anthropogenic nitrogen deposition on a remote coral
reef.   Science


Not open-access.  Note "see all authors and affiliations" and click on
"corresponding author".

Perspective (short popular article):  Nitrogen pollution knows no bounds

Not open-access.  See "see all authors and affiliations".

Cheers,  Doug

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