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Conversion of 15N-ammonium in forest soils

Conversion of 15N-ammonium in forest soils

Plant and Soil 125(1): 129-134

To determine the fate of atmospheric ammonium in forest soils, one calcareous and two acid forest soils were incubated with 15N ammonium. In the calcareous soil about 65% of the applied 15N-ammonium was recovered as nitrate after 98 days of incubation, whereas in the acid soils less than 10% of the 15N-ammonium was converted to nitrate. In all soils a large proportion of the 15N was incorporated in organic nitrogen compounds. This incorporation limits the use of 15N tracers for the elucidation of the fate of atmospheric ammonium in soils.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00010752

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