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Wetland-derived dissolved organic matter (DOM) may be an important nitrogen source for coastal ecosystems in summertime when concentrations of inorganic nitrogen are low and the bioavailability of dissolved organic nitrogen (DON) is high (Stepanauskas et al.
Early fall rains (September to October) cause the leaching of ammonium, nitrate and dissolved organic nitrogen (DON) from annual grass residues (more than 50% of total DON) while senescent oak foliage accounts for more than 70% of total DON after the first storm (Chow et al.
3]-N (iv) Dissolved organic nitrogen (DON)-DKN-N[H.
They find that litter containing large amounts of polyphenols also has a high ratio of dissolved organic nitrogen (DON) to inorganic nitrogen, the form used by most plants.