Nutrient budgets - nutrient cycles, Biology

Nutrient Budgets - Nutrient Cycles

Nutrients are constantly being added and removed by natural and artificial processes. The measure of the input and outflow of nutrients through the various components of an ecosystem form its nutrient budget. The nutrient budget of an ecosystem can be considered under two sections.

  • Internal budget
  • External budgets
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