Internal budget - nutrient budgets, Biology

Internal budget - Nutrient Budgets

This is concerned with the circulation of nutrients through various biotic and abiotic compartments of a given ecosystem. In other words the input and output that occurs along the producer → consumer → decomposer food chain and the exchanges between the reservoirs and sediments within the ecosystem.

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