[Advances in Ecological Research] Litter Decomposition: A Guide to Carbon and Nutrient Turnover Volume 38 || List of Credits

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List of CreditsPage 25, Fig. 3 Adapted with kind permission from the Scandinavian Journal ofForest Research.Page 34, Fig. 5A From the Canadian Journal of Forest Research. Adapted with kindpermission from NRC Research Press.Page 34, Fig. 5B From Ann. Forest Science. Adapted with kind permission fromEDP Sciences.Page 39, Table 4 From Global Ecology and Biogeography. Adapted with kindpermission from Blackwell Publishing.Page 41, Table 5 From Global Ecology and Biogeography. Adapted with kindpermission from Blackwell Publishing.Page 42, Fig. 6 From Global Ecology and Biogeography. Adapted with kindpermission from Blackwell Publishing.Page 54, Fig. 12 From Acta Oecologia. Adapted with kind permission from Else-vier.Page 57, Fig. 13 Adapted with kind permission from NRC Research Press.Page 61, Table 11 From Acta Oecologia. Adapted with kind permission fromElsevier.Page 68, Table 12 From Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. With kind permission ofSpringer Science and Business Media.Page 76, Table 1 From Plant Litter. Decomposition, Humus Formation, and CarbonSequestration. With kind permission of Springer Science and Business Media.Page 80, Fig. 2 Adapted with kind permission from Blackwell Publishing.Page 84, Fig. 4 From Series in Wood Science. With kind permission of SpringerScience and Business Media.Page 85, Table 2 From Plant Litter. Decomposition, Humus Formation, and CarbonSequestration. With kind permission of Springer Science and Business Media.Pages 8889, Fig. 5 With kind permission of Taylor & Francis (Marcel Dekker).From Kirk, T.K. (1984) Degradation of lignin. In: Microbial Degradationof Organic Compounds (Ed. by D.T. Gibson), pp. 399437. Marcel Dekker,New York.Page 90, Table 3 From Series in Wood Science. With kind permission of SpringerScience and Business Media.Page 98, Table 4 From Applied Soil Ecology. Adapted with kind permission fromElsevier.Page 103, Fig. 1 From Environmental Reviews. Adapted with kind permission fromNRC Research Press.Page 105, Fig. 2 From the Canadian Journal of Botany. Adapted with kindpermission from NRC Research Press.Page 110, Fig. 4 From the Canadian Journal of Botany. Adapted with kindpermission from NRC Research Press.Page 120, Fig. 7 From Ecological Bulletins (Stockholm). Adapted with kindpermission from Blackwell Publishing.LIST OF CREDITSPage 123, Fig. 8 Adapted with kind permission from the Scandinavian Journal ofForest Research.Page 126, Table 3a From Plant Litter. Decomposition, Humus Formation, andCarbon Sequestration. With kind permission of Springer Science and BusinessMedia.Page 132, Fig. 10 From the Canadian Journal of Botany. Adapted with kindpermission from NRC Research Press.Page 135, Fig. 11 From Plant Litter. Decomposition, Humus Formation, and CarbonSequestration. With kind permission of Springer Science and Business Media.Page 136, Fig. 12 Adapted with kind permission from the Scandinavian Journal ofForest Research.Page 137, Fig. 13 Adapted with kind permission from the Scandinavian Journal ofForest Research.Page 140, Table 6 From the Canadian Journal of Forest Research. Adapted withkind permission from NRC Research Press.Page 141, Fig. 14 From the Canadian Journal of Forest Research. Adapted withkind permission from NRC Research Press.Page 144, Table 7a Adapted with kind permission from the Scandinavian Journal ofForest Research.Page 144, Table 7b Adapted with kind permission from NRC Research Press.Page 147, Fig. 16 From Forest Ecology and Management. Adapted with kindpermission from Elsevier.Page 149, Table 9 From Oecologia Plantarum. Adapted with kind permission fromElsevier.Page 161, Fig. 2 From Ecological Bulletins (Stockholm). Adapted with kindpermission from Blackwell Publishing.Page 162, Fig. 3 From Ecological Bulletins (Stockholm). Adapted with kindpermission from Blackwell Publishing.Page 163, Fig. 4 From the Canadian Journal of Botany. Adapted with kindpermission from NRC Research Press.Page 166, Table 2 From Ecological Bulletins (Stockholm). Adapted with kindpermission from Blackwell Publishing.Page 167, Fig. 5 From the Canadian Journal of Botany. Adapted with kindpermission from NRC Research Press.Page 169, Fig. 6 From Pedobiologia. Adapted with kind permission from Elsevier.Page 173, Fig. 7 From the Canadian Journal of Botany. Adapted with kindpermission from NRC Research Press.Page 174, Fig. 8 From the Canadian Journal of Botany. Adapted with kindpermission from NRC Research Press.Page 177, Fig. 10 From the Canadian Journal of Botany. Adapted with kindpermission from NRC Research Press.Page 180, Fig. 12 Adapted with kind permission from the Scandinavian Journal ofForest Research.Page 183, Fig. 13 From the Canadian Journal of Botany. Adapted with kindpermission from NRC Research Press.Page 190, Fig. 1 Adapted with kind permission from John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.Page 199, Table 1 From Geoderma. Adapted with kind permission from Elsevier.Page 206, Table 3 From Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. With kind permission ofSpringer Science and Business Media.Page 220, Table 5 From Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. With kind permission ofSpringer Science and Business Media.LIST OF CREDITSPage 224, Table 6 From Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. With kind permission ofSpringer Science and Business Media.Page 230, Fig. 1 From Plant Litter. Decomposition, Humus Formation, and CarbonSequestration. With kind permission of Springer Science and Business Media.Page 236, Fig. 3 From Biogeochemistry. With kind permission of Springer Scienceand Business Media.Page 237, Fig. 4 From Biogeochemistry. With kind permission of Springer Scienceand Business Media.Page 238, Table 5 From Biogeochemistry. With kind permission of Springer Scienceand Business Media.Page 242, Fig. 5 From Biogeochemistry. With kind permission of Springer Scienceand Business Media.Page 243, Fig. 6 From the Canadian Journal of Botany. Adapted with kindpermission from NRC Research Press.Page 244, Fig. 7 From the Canadian Journal of Botany. Adapted with kindpermission from NRC Research Press.Page 246, Table 8 From the Canadian Journal of Botany. Adapted with kindpermission from NRC Research Press.Page 246, Fig. 8 From Soil Biology and Biochemistry. Adapted with kind permissionfrom Elsevier.Page 248, Table 9 From Biogeochemistry. With kind permission of Springer Scienceand Business Media.Page 248, Fig. 9 From Biogeochemistry. With kind permission of Springer Scienceand Business Media.Page 249, Table 10 From Biogeochemistry. With kind permission of SpringerScience and Business Media.Page 253, Table 12a and b From the Canadian Journal of Forest Research. Adaptedwith kind permission from NRC Research Press.Page 255, Fig. 10 From the Canadian Journal of Forest Research. Adapted withkind permission from NRC Research Press.Page 257, Fig. 11 From Environmental Reviews. Adapted with kind permission fromNRC Research Press.Page 261, Fig. 12 Adapted with kind permission from the Scandinavian Journal ofForest Research.Page 270, Table 1 From Ecology. Adapted with kind permission from the Ecolo-gical Society of America.Page 271, Fig. 2 From Ecology. Adapted with kind permission from the EcologicalSociety of America.Page 274, Fig. 4 From Ecology. Adapted with kind permission from the EcologicalSociety of America.Page 277, Fig. 5 With kind permission of Springer Science and Business Media.Page 279, Fig. 6 From Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. Adapted with kindpermission from Elsevier.Page 287, Fig. 7 From Plant and Soil. With kind permission of Springer Science andBusiness Media.Page 288, Table 2 From Plant and Soil. With kind permission of Springer Scienceand Business Media.Page 289, Fig. 8 From Biogeochemistry. With kind permission of Springer Scienceand Business Media.