The impacts of biotic and abiotic factors on resource subsidy processes - leaf litter breakdown in freshwaters

H Xiang
Freshwaters are closely linked with adjacent terrestrial ecosystems through reciprocal resource subsidies, which are fluxes of nutrients, organisms, and materials between ecosystems. Terrestrial ecosystems provide many resource subsidies to freshwaters including leaf litter, one of the most prevalent terrestrial-derived subsidies. Inputs of leaf litter fuel detritivores food web, as food resources and refuges, and affect nutrients cycling in freshwaters. The decomposition of leaf litter is subjected to many biotic and abiotic factors, which makes it...
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