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    • Human impacts and aridity differentially alter soil N availability in drylands worldwide 

      Delgado Baquerizo, Manuel; Maestre, Fernando T; Gallardo, Antonio; Eldridge, David J.; Soliveres Codina, Santiago; Bowker, Matthew Alan; Prado Comesaña, Ana; Gaitán, Juan José; Quero-Perez, Jose Luis; Ochoa, Victoria; Gozalo, Beatriz; García Gómez, Miguel; García Palacios, Pablo; Berdugo, Miguel; Valencia, Enrique; Escolar, Cristina; Arredondo Moreno, José Tulio; Barraza Zepeda, Claudia Elizabeth; Boeken, Bertrand R.; Bran, Donaldo Eduardo; Cabrera, Omar; Carreira, José Antonio; Chaieb, Mohamed; Conceicao, Abel Augusto; Derak, Mchich; Ernst, Ricardo; Espinosa, Carlos Iván; Florentino de Andreu, Adriana; Gatica, Gabriel M.; Ghiloufi, Wahida; Gómez González, Susana; Gutiérrez Camus, Julio Roberto; Hernández, Rosa Mary; Huber-Sannwald, Elisabeth; Jankju, Mohammad; Mau, Rebecca L.; Miriti, Maria N.; Monerris, Jorge; Morici, Ernesto F.A.; Muchane, Muchai N.; Naseri, Kamal; Pucheta, Eduardo; Ramírez, Elizabeth; Ramirez Collantes, David A.; Romao, Roberto Lisboa; Tighe, Matthew K.; Torres, Duilio Gilberto; Torres Díaz, Cristian; Val, James; Veiga, José Pablo; Wang, Deli; Yuan, Xia; Zaady, Eli (Wiley, 2016)
      "Aims Climate and human impacts are changing the nitrogen (N) inputs and losses in terrestrial ecosystems. However, it is largely unknown how these two major drivers of global change will simultaneously influence the N ...