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The status of nitrogen in the Hawkesbury sandstone soils and their plant communities in the Sydney district. III. The sources of loss of nitrogen



The status of nitrogen in the Hawkesbury sandstone soils and their plant communities in the Sydney district. III. The sources of loss of nitrogen



Proc. Linn. Soc. N.S.W, 85: 207-216



Sources of loss were erosion, drainage, denitrifi-cation and fire. Erosion losses resulting from the natural geologic erosion cycle and fire were estimated at 0.15 lb/acre N annually and were based on data from a siltation survey of a water-storage dam. A lysimeter study and analysis of dam water showed that N in rainwater was not completely absorbed during passage through the communities, but that losses in drainage water were small.

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