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27.10.2014: If climate warming continues, the conditions in valleys at low-altitudes in the Canton of Grisons could occasionally become too dry for Scots pine and Norway spruce. More
Nitrogen and phosphorus are nutrients that are crucial to supporting life. However, an increased level of nutrient discharges is altering the equilibrium between these nutrients and exerting stress on ecosystems. The Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL) is investigating nutrient cycles with a view to understanding how they affect the dynamic processes of nature.