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Quantification of compaction effects on soil physical properties and crop growth
Abstract A quantitative description of soil compaction effects is required to improve soil management for reducing compaction problems in crop production and environment. Our objective is to provideExpand
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Soil CO 2 flux from three ecosystems in tropical peatland of Sarawak , Malaysia
Soil CO2 flux was measured monthly over a year from tropical peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia using a closed-chamber technique. The soil CO2 flux ranged from 100 to 533 mg C m−2 h−1 for the forestExpand
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Methane fluxes from three ecosystems in tropical peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia
Abstract Methane fluxes were measured monthly over a year from tropical peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia using a closed-chamber technique. The CH 4 fluxes in forest ecosystem ranged from −4.53 to 8.40Expand
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Nitrous oxide emissions from three ecosystems in tropical peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia
Abstract Nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions were measured monthly over 1 year in three ecosystems on tropical peatland of Sarawak, Malaysia, using a closed-chamber technique. The three ecosystemsExpand
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Methane emissions from five paddy fields with different amounts of rice straw application in central Hokkaido, Japan
Abstract Rice paddy fields are a major source of methane (CH4) emissions, a potent greenhouse gas. We assessed CH4 emissions from five existing paddy fields farmed in a snowy temperate region inExpand
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Falling atmospheric pressure as a trigger for methane ebullition from peatland
[1] Peatlands are widely regarded as a significant source of atmospheric CH4, a potent greenhouse gas. At present, most of the information on environmental emissions of CH4 comes from infrequent,Expand
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Effects of agricultural land-use change and forest fire on N2O emission from tropical peatlands, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
Abstract Nitrous oxide (N2O) fluxes from tropical peatland soils were measured at a grassland, three croplands, a natural forest, a burned forest and a regenerated forest in Central Kalimantan,Expand
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Effect of crop residue C:N ratio on N2O emissions from Gray Lowland soil in Mikasa, Hokkaido, Japan
Abstract We studied the effect of crop residues with various C:N ratios on N2O emissions from soil. We set up five experimental plots with four types of crop residues, onion leaf (OL), soybean stemExpand
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Evaluating river water quality through land use analysis and N budget approaches in livestock farming areas.
This study was carried out to evaluate the quality of river water by analysis of land use in drainage basins and by estimating the N budgets. The drainage basins of Shibetsu River (Shibetsu area) andExpand
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Comparisons of energy balance and evapotranspiration between flooded and aerobic rice fields in the Philippines
The seasonal and annual variability of sensible heat flux (H), latent heat flux (LE), evapotranspiration (ET), crop coefficient (Kc) and crop water productivity (WPET) were investigated under twoExpand
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