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Regional-scale quantification of nitrous oxide emission
The increasing atmospheric N2O concentration and the imbalance in the budget of its global sources and sinks create the need for detailed investigations on N2O emissions at scales relevant to atmospheric chemistry. This ...
Seasonal fluctuations of N2O emission in different soil landscape systems
Nitrous oxide has been widely recognized as a major scientific and environmental ‘issue because of its involvement in global warming and destruction of the atmospheric ozone layer. The inherently high temporal and spatial ...
Spatial and temporal variations of N2O evolution at the landscape-scale as affected by land use
Nitrous oxide has been widely recognized as a major scientific and environmental issue because of its involvement in global warming and destruction of the atmospheric ozone layer. Soils generally act as source of N2O, but ...
Impact of agriculture and forestry on landscapescale soil organic carbon storage in Saskatchewan
The development of sound management approaches to reduce soil organic carbon (SOC) losses from soils presuppose that we thoroughly understand the sources of these losses. We use a landscape-scale research design to estimate ...