The problem of excessive reactive nitrogen in the environment is little-known beyond a growing circle of environmental scientists who study how the element cycles through the environment and negatively alters local and global ecosystems and potentially harms human health. Two new papers by leading environmental scientists bring the problem to the forefront in the May 16 issue of the journal Science.
- Addressing the 'nitrogen cascade'Thu, 15 May 2008, 14:22:16 EDT
- Researchers explain nitrogen paradox in forestsWed, 18 Jun 2008, 13:49:29 EDT
- Too much of a good thing: Human activities overload ecosystems with nitrogenThu, 7 Oct 2010, 14:35:15 EDT
- Solutions for a nitrogen-soaked worldTue, 17 Jan 2012, 16:35:19 EST
- Carbon, nitrogen link may provide new ways to mitigate pollution problemsWed, 21 Apr 2010, 13:44:24 EDT