Further Reading

Attiwill PM and Adams MA (1993) Nutrient cycling in forests. New

Phytologist 124: 561-582. Coleman DC, Crossley DA, and Hendrix PF (2004) Fundamentals in Soil Ecology. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Cross WF, Benstead JP, Frost PC, and Thomas SA (2005) Ecological stoichiometry in freshwater benthic systems: Recent progress and perspectives. Freshwater Biology 50: 1895-1912.

Findlay S and Sinsabaugh R (eds.) (2000) Dissolved Organic Matter in Aquatic Ecosystems. San Diego: Academic Press.

Flindt MR, Pardal MA, Lillebo AI, Martins I, and Marques JC (1999) Nutrient cycling and plant dynamics in estuaries: A brief review. Acta Oecologica 20: 237-248.

Graca MAS (2001) The role of invertebrates on leaf litter decomposition in streams - A review. International Review of Hydrobiology 86: 383-393.

Graca MAS, Barlocher F, and Gessner MO (2005) Methods to Study Litter Decomposition: A Practical Guide. Dordrecht: Springer.

Kirkman H and Kendrick GA (1997) Ecological significance and commercial harvesting of drifting and beach-cast macro-algae and seagrasses in Australia: A review. Journal of Applied Phycology 9: 311-326.

Mackensen J, Bauhus J, and Webber E (2003) Decomposition rates of coarse woody debris - A review with particular emphasis on Australian tree species. Australian Journal of Botany 51: 27-37.

Moore JC, Berlow EL, Coleman DC, et al. (2004) Detritus, trophic dynamics and biodiversity. Ecology Letters 7: 584-600.

Orr M, Zimmer M, Jelinski DE, and Mews M (2005) Wrack deposition on different beach types: Spatial and temporal variation in the pattern of subsidy. Ecology 86: 1496-1507.

Schaefer M (1991) Secondary production and decomposition. In: Rohrig E and Ulrich B (eds.) Ecosystems of the World - 7: Temperate Deciduous Forests, pp. 175-218. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Sinsabaugh RL, Osgood MP, and Findlay S (1994) Enzymatic models for estimating decomposition rates of particulate detritus. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 13: 160-171.

Swift MJ, Heal OW, and Anderson JM (1979) Decomposition in Terrestrial Ecosystems. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Wetzel RG (1995) Death, detritus, and energy flow in aquatic ecosystems. Freshwater Biology 33: 83-89.

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