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Urban green spaces are purported to a number of benefits, quantifying biogeochemical processes in urban green infrastructure can improve our understanding of urban ecosystem services and disservices resulting from designed urban green spaces.

Diane E Pataki, Margaret M Carreiro, Jennifer Cherrier, Nancy E Grulke, Viniece Jennings, Stephanie Pincetl, Richard V Pouyat, Thomas H Whitlow andWayne C Zipperer

Pataki, Diane E., et al. “Coupling biogeochemical cycles in urban environments: ecosystem services, green solutions, and misconceptions.” Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9.1 (2011): 27-36.

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