The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Deposition, Ecosystem, Agronomy and Nitrate. His study focuses on the intersection of Ecology and fields such as Nitrogen cycle with connections in the field of Nutrient, Subtropics, Biodiversity, Temperate climate and Ecoregion. His study on Deposition also encompasses disciplines like
His study in Ecosystem is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Range, Vegetation type, Environmental protection, Hectare and Urbanization. His study explores the link between Agronomy and topics such as Soil acidification that cross with problems in Air pollution and Human impact on the nitrogen cycle. In his research, Ion-exchange resin, δ18O and Precipitation is intimately related to Hydrology, which falls under the overarching field of Nitrate.
His main research concerns Deposition, Ecosystem, Environmental chemistry, Ecology and Hydrology. His work deals with themes such as Pollutant, Throughfall, Canopy, Precipitation and Ozone, which intersect with Deposition. His Ecosystem research includes elements of Biodiversity, Lichen and Eutrophication.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Environmental chemistry, Nitrate are connected with Botany and other disciplines. His Ecology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nitrogen cycle and Agronomy. His Hydrology research integrates issues from Chaparral and Biogeochemical cycle.
Deposition, Environmental chemistry, Ecosystem, Throughfall and Hydrology are his primary areas of study. He combines subjects such as National park, Lichen and Nitrogen dioxide with his study of Deposition. The study incorporates disciplines such as Air pollution, Nitrogen deposition and Nitrate in addition to Environmental chemistry.
Ecosystem is a primary field of his research addressed under Ecology. He has included themes like Mediterranean climate and Atmospheric sciences in his Throughfall study. Mark E. Fenn interconnects Chaparral and Biogeochemical cycle in the investigation of issues within Hydrology.
Mark E. Fenn mainly investigates Deposition, Ecosystem, Throughfall, Oil sands and Environmental chemistry. The various areas that Mark E. Fenn examines in his Deposition study include National park, Botany, Atmospheric sciences and Pollution. Ecology covers Mark E. Fenn research in Ecosystem.
When carried out as part of a general Ecology research project, his work on Biodiversity, Temperate forest, Woody plant and Lichen is frequently linked to work in Organism, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. The Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Soil acidification, Soil water, Sulfur dioxide and Groundwater. His Nutrient research incorporates elements of Mediterranean climate, Chaparral and Leaf area index.
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Global assessment of nitrogen deposition effects on terrestrial plant diversity: a synthesis.
Nitrogen excess in North American ecosystems: Predisposing factors, ecosystem responses, and management strategies
Ecological Applications (1998)
Ecological Effects of Nitrogen Deposition in the Western United States
Microbial ecology of leaves
Mark E. Fenn;Paul H. Dunn;John H. Andrews;Susan S. Hirano.
Nitrogen Emissions, Deposition, and Monitoring in the Western United States
Nitrogen deposition in California forests: A review
Andrzej Bytnerowicz;Mark E. Fenn.
Environmental Pollution (1996)
Evidence for nitrogen saturation in the San Bernardino Mountains in southern California
Mark E. Fenn;Mark A. Poth;Dale W. Johnson.
Forest Ecology and Management (1996)
Nitrogen critical loads and management alternatives for N-impacted ecosystems in California
Journal of Environmental Management (2010)
Nitrogen deposition effects on Mediterranean-type ecosystems : an ecological assessment
Environmental Pollution (2011)
Tracing Atmospheric Nitrate Deposition in a Complex Semiarid Ecosystem Using Δ17O
Greg Michalski;Thomas Meixner;Mark E. Fenn;Larry Hernandez.
Environmental Science & Technology (2004)
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