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Intensive measurement of nitrous oxide emissions from a corn–soybean–wheat rotation under two contrasting management systems over 5 years
No-tillage (NT), a practice that has been shown to increase carbon sequestration in soils, has resulted in contradictory effects on nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions. Moreover, it is not clear howExpand
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Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from Canadian animal agriculture: A review
Considerable evidence of climate change associated with emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) has resulted in international efforts to reduce GHG emissions. The agriculture sector contributes about 8%Expand
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Estimation of N2O emissions from agricultural soils in Canada. I. Development of a country-specific methodology
International initiatives such as the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol require that countries calculate national inventories of their greenhouse gasExpand
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Potential carbon sequestration in rubber tree plantations in the northwestern region of the Paraná State, Brazil
Rubber tree plantations may improve the soil's physical and chemical properties, and they may sequester atmospheric carbon in the biomass or the soil. However, the potential role of these plantationsExpand
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Greenhouse gas emissions from stored liquid swine manure in a cold climate
Abstract Current global warming has been linked to increases in greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations. Animal manure is an important source of anthropogenic GHG, mostly of methane (CH4) and nitrousExpand
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Excretion of major odor-causing and acidifying compounds in response to dietary supplementation of chicory inulin in growing pigs.
The excretion of major odor-causing and acidifying compounds in response to dietary supplementation of chicory inulin extract was investigated with six Yorkshire barrows, with an average initial BWExpand
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Improving fertilizer management in the U.S. and Canada for N2O mitigation: Understanding potential positive and negative side-effects on corn yields
The potential for mitigation of N2O emissions arising from fertilizer management practices in corn systems has been scientifically assessed in recent decades. Given the strong association betweenExpand
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Nitrous oxide emissions from an annual crop rotation on poorly drained soil on the Canadian Prairies
Abstract Agricultural soils are a significant anthropogenic source of nitrous oxide (N 2 O) to the atmosphere. Despite likely having large emissions of N 2 O, there are no continuous multi-yearExpand
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Micrometeorological measurements over 3 years reveal differences in N2 O emissions between annual and perennial crops.
Perennial crops can deliver a wide range of ecosystem services compared to annual crops. Some of these benefits are achieved by lengthening the growing season, which increases the period of cropExpand
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Nitrous and Nitrogen Oxide Emissions from Turfgrass Receiving Different Forms of Nitrogen Fertilizer
The use of N fertilizer in agriculture is considered an important source of atmospheric N 2 O and NO x . Choice of fertilizer type and management has been considered a method for mitigating theseExpand
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