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Detritus and Decomposition in Ecosystems

By: Zafar Reshi and Sumira Tyub
269 pages, Tabs, figs
Detritus and Decomposition in Ecosystems
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The present book is a detailed assessment of the pools and fluxes of detritus in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. Besides presenting a comprehensive analysis of the process of detritus decomposition, the book gives an exhaustive account of the biotic and abiotic factors affecting the rate of detritus decomposition. Portrayal of the role of decomposition in nutrient cycling and delineation of the contemporary concepts of humus biosynthesis are the noteworthy features of this book.

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By: Zafar Reshi and Sumira Tyub
269 pages, Tabs, figs
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