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Landscape- and regional-scale quantification of nitrous oxide emission from a subhumid transitional grassland-forest region
This study was conducted to obtain landscape- and regional-scale estimates of N2O emissions for a representative part of the Black soil zone of Saskatchewan. A 4318-km2 study region was stratified based on soil texture and ...
Short rotation culture of willow clones across Canada : growth requirements and implications for soil nutrients and greenhouse gas balances
The cultivation of willow (Salix spp.) is being investigated as a potential feedstock for biomass energy in the Canadian prairies. For this purpose, and despite willow’s high nutrient and water demand, high rates of ...
Characterizing nitrogen losses to air and drainage water from red clover managed as green manure or forage
The transfer of N from legume green manures (GMr) can satisfy the needs of a successive cash crop, but rotations that have over-wintering legumes also carry an increased risk of off-season (Sep.–June) N losses, especially ...