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A process-oriented model of N2O and NO emissions from forest soils: 1. Model development
To predict emissions of nitrous oxide (N 2 O) and nitric oxide (NO) from forest soils, we have developed a process-oriented model by integrating several new features with three existing models, PnET,
A 3‐year continuous record of nitrogen trace gas fluxes from untreated and limed soil of a N‐saturated spruce and beech forest ecosystem in Germany: 1. N2O emissions
For 3 years we followed the complete annual cycles of N2O emission rates with 2-hour resolution in spruce and beech plantations of the Hoglwald Forest, Bavaria, Germany, in order to gain detailed
N2O emission from tropical forest soils of Australia
Three different tropical rain forest sites (Kauri Creek, Lake Eacham, and Massey Creek) on the Atherton Tablelands, Queensland, Australia, were investigated for the magnitude of N 2 O emission from
A Network of Terrestrial Environmental Observatories in Germany
Multicompartment and multiscale long‐term observation and research are important prerequisites to tackling the scientific challenges resulting from climate and global change. Long‐term monitoring
Exchange of N-gases at the Höglwald Forest – A summary
During 4 years continuous measurements of N-trace gas exchange were carried out at the forest floor-atmosphere interface at the Höglwald Forest that is highly affected by atmospheric N-deposition.
Impact of gas transport through rice cultivars on methane emission from rice paddy fields
Two Italian rice (Oryza sativa var. japonica) cultivars, Lido and Roma, were tested in the field for methane production, oxidation and emission. In two consecutive years, fields planted with the rice
Barometric Process Separation: New Method for Quantifying Nitrification, Denitrification, and Nitrous Oxide Sources in Soils
A method, Barometric Process Separation (BaPS), was developed for the quantification of gross nitrification rates and denitrification rates in oxic soil using intact soil cores incubated in an
Fluxes of NO and N2O from temperate forest soils: impact of forest type, N deposition and of liming on the NO and N2O emissions
Annual cycles of NO, NO2 and N2O emission rates from soil were determined with high temporal resolution at a spruce (control and limed plot) and beech forest site (“Höglwald”) in Southern Germany
A process‐oriented model of N2O and NO emissions from forest soils: 2. Sensitivity analysis and validation
The process-oriented model PnET-N-DNDC describing biogeochemical cycling of C- and N and N-trace gas fluxes (N 2 O and NO) in forest ecosystems was tested for its sensitivity to changes in