nutrient recycling

Nutrient Recycling using Species Specific Data

Authors Keith J. Fritschie, Julian D. Olden Non-native species are now common in community assemblages, but the influence of multiple introductions on ecosystem functioning remains poorly understood. In highly invaded systems, one promising approach is to use functional traits to scale measured individuals’ effects on ecosystem function up to the community level. This approach assumes […] …

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Soothing the Soul, Connecting with the Earth — The Wild Feminine

Life is made of cycles- start, middle, end. Birth, growth, death. Sprout, bloom, wither. It’s an inevitable, and beautiful, process what we see amongst everything on living on this earth. The birth, rise, and fall of a cycle of life is the epitome of nature, and something to celebrate with each stage. Participating in the […] …

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