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M. C. Nuñez-Avila, M. Uriarte, P. A. Marquet, and J. J. Armesto, “Microsatellite markers for the relict tree Aextoxicon Punctatum: The only species in the Chilean endemic family Aextoxicaceae”, Am. J. Bot., vol. 98, p. E30-E32, 2011.
M. Núñez, “Diversidad genética de Aextoxicon punctatum (Aextoxicaceae) in Chile: Biogeographic implications”, 2004.
F. Norambuena, “Variables ambientales indicadores de impactos en centros de cultivo de salmons en al mar interior de las regions X y XI”, 2002.
S. C. Nodvin, C. T. Driscoll, and G. E. Likens, “The effect of pH on sulfate adsorption by a forest soil”, Soil Sci., vol. 142, p. 69-75, 1986.
S. C. Nodvin, “Effects of disturbance on decomposition processes and on sulfur cycling in the northern hardwood forest”, 1983.
S. C. Nodvin, C. T. Driscoll, and G. E. Likens, “Soil processes and sulfate loss at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest”, Biogeochemistry, vol. 5, p. 185-200, 1988.
S. C. Nodvin, C. T. Driscoll, and G. E. Likens, “Simple partitioning of anions and dissolved organic carbon in a forest soil”, Soil Sci., vol. 142, p. 27-35, 1986.
F. O. Nitsche, et al., “High-resolution mapping of the Hudson River estuary reveals new insights on sedimentary processes and benthic habitats”, EOS, vol. 86, p. 225-229, 2005.
K. H. Nislow and W. H. Lowe, “Influences of logging history and riparian forest characteristics on macroinvertebrates and brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) in headwater streams (New Hampshire, U.S.A.)”, Freshwater Biol., vol. 51, p. 388-397, 2006.
C. H. Nilon, A. R. Berkowitz, and K. S. Hollweg, “Visions for the future of urban ecosystem education: Themes”, in A. R. Berkowitz, C. H. Nilon, and K. S. Hollweg (eds.). Understanding Urban Ecosystems: A New Frontier for Science and Education, 2003, p. 399-400.
C. H. Nilon, A. R. Berkowitz, and K. S. Hollweg, “Understanding Urban Ecosystems: A New Frontier for Science and Education”, Urban Ecosyst., vol. 3, p. 3-4, 1999.
C. H. Nilon, A. R. Berkowitz, and K. S. Hollweg, “Foundations and frontiers from the natural and social sciences: themes.”, in A. R. Berkowitz, C. H. Nilon, and K. S. Hollweg (eds.). Understanding Urban Ecosystems: A New Frontier for Science and Education, 2003, p. 73-75.
C. H. Nilon, A. R. Berkowitz, and K. S. Hollweg, “Preface”, in A. R. Berkowitz, C. H. Nilon, and K. S. Hollweg (eds.). Understanding Urban Ecosystems: A New Frontier for Science and Education, 2003, p. vii-x.
C. H. Nilon, A. R. Berkowitz, and K. S. Hollweg, “Urban ecosystem education in the coming decade: What is possible and how might we get there?”, in A. R. Berkowitz., C. H. Nilon and K. S. Hollweg (eds.). Understanding Urban Ecosystems: A New Frontier for Science and Education, 2003, p. 476-501.
C. H. Nilon, A. R. Berkowitz, and K. S. Hollweg, “Foundations and frontiers from education theory and practice: Themes”, in A. R. Berkowitz, C. H. Nilon, and K. S. Hollweg (eds.). Understanding Urban Ecosystems: A New Frontier for Science and Education, 2003, p. 229-231.
C. H. Nilon, A. R. Berkowitz, and K. S. Hollweg, “The Importance of Understanding Urban Ecosystems – Themes”, in A. R. Berkowitz., C. H. Nilon and K. S. Hollweg (eds.). Understanding Urban Ecosystems: A New Frontier for Science and Education, 2003, p. 15-17.
C. H. Nilon, A. R. Berkowitz, and K. S. Hollweg, “Introduction: Ecosystem understanding is a key to understanding cities.”, in A. R. Berkowitz, C. H. Nilon, and K. S. Hollweg (eds.). Understanding Urban Ecosystems: A New Frontier for Science and Education, 2003, p. 1-13.
S. L. Nielson, I. Thingstrup, and C. Wigand, “Apparent lack of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhica (VAM) in the seagrasses Zostera marina L. and Thalassia testudinum Banks ex. Konig”, Aquat. Bot., vol. 63, p. 261-266, 1999.
C. B. Nielsen, P. M. Groffman, S. P. Hamburg, C. T. Driscoll, T. J. Fahey, and J. P. Hardy, “Freezing effects on carbon and nitrogen cycling in soils from a northern hardwood forest”, Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., vol. 65, p. 1723-1730, 2001.
W. C. Nieder, S. Hoskins, S. D. Smith, and S. E. G. Findlay, “Distribution and spatial change of Hudson River Estuary submerged aquatic vegetation: Implications for coastal management and natural resource protection”, in X. Yang (ed.) Remote Sensing and GIS for Coastal Ecosystem Assessment and Management: Principles and Applications, 2008, p. 259-277.
W. C. Nieder, E. M. Barnaba, S. E. G. Findlay, S. Hoskins, N. Holochuk, and E. A. Blair, “Distribution and abundance of submerged aquatic vegetation in the Hudson River Estuary”, J. Coast. Res., vol. 45, p. 150-161, 2004.
M. Nickason, “Dispersal patterns of gypsy moth Larvae (Lymantria Dispar)”, Undergraduate Ecology Research Reports. 2001.
A. C. Newton, et al., “Testing Forest Biodiversity Indicators by Assessing Anthropogenic Impacts along Disturbance Gradients”, in A.C. Newton (ed.). Biodiversity Loss and Conservation in Fragmented Forest Landscapes: The forests of Montane Mexico and Temperate South America, 2007, p. 276-290.
T. J. Newton, D. A. Woolnough, and D. L. Strayer, “Using landscape ecology to understand and manage freshwater mussel populations”, J. N. Am. Benthol. Soc., vol. 27, p. 424-439, 2008.
A. C. Newton, L. Cayuela, C. Echeverría, and J. J. Armesto, “Toward integrated analysis of human impacts on forest biodiversity”, Ecol. Soc., vol. 14, p. artno.2, 2009.

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