Historic nitrogen deposition determines future climate change effects on nitrogen retention in temperate forests View Full Text


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2017-07-21

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T. Dirnböck, C. Foldal, I. Djukic, J. Kobler, E. Haas, R. Kiese, B. Kitzler

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Nitrogen (N) cycle processes in terrestrial ecosystems are highly sensitive to temperature and soil moisture variations. Thus, future climate change may affect the degree to which N deposited from the atmosphere will be retained in forest ecosystems. We evaluated the effect of future changes in climate and N deposition on ecosystem N cycling using the model LandscapeDNDC forced with historical data from eight long-term forest ecosystem monitoring stations in Austria and downscaled future N deposition and climate scenarios. With every 1 °C of warming, annual N uptake in biomass increased by +0.03 to +0.54 kg N ha−1, total soil organic matter (SOM) increased annually by +0.003 to +0.08 kg N ha−1, and mean annual N leaching was between −0.09 and −2.03 kg N ha−1 lower. The magnitude of N deposition in the years from 1990 to 2010 was by far the most important determinant of the response of nitrogen cycling to future warming, including statistically significant relationships with humus N content and N leaching. We conclude that climate change will likely increase ecosystem N retention in temperate forest ecosystems, and even more so at forest sites with high past N deposition. More... »

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221-235

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