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Nitrous oxide emissions from soils: how well do we understand the processes and their controls?
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Improved process understanding, building on the increased use of isotope tracing techniques and metagenomics, needs to go along with improvements in measurement techniques for N2O (and N2) emission in order to obtain robust field and laboratory datasets for different ecosystem types.
Temperature and Moisture Effects on Nitrification Rates in Tropical Rain-Forest Soils
Intact soil cores from three tropical rainforest sites on the Atherton Tablelands, Australia, were sampled at different hygric seasons to determine the effects of soil temperature and soil moisture
Nitrous oxide emissions from a cropped soil in a semi‐arid climate
Understanding nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions from agricultural soils in semi‐arid regions is required to better understand global terrestrial N2O losses. Nitrous oxide emissions were measured from a
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
N2O, CH4 and CO2 emissions from seasonal tropical rainforests and a rubber plantation in Southwest China
The main focus of this study was to evaluate the effects of soil moisture and temperature on temporal variation of N2O, CO2 and CH4 soil-atmosphere exchange at a primary seasonal tropical rainforest
Stand age‐related effects on soil respiration in a first rotation Sitka spruce chronosequence in central Ireland
The effect of stand age on soil respiration and its components was studied in a first rotation Sitka spruce chronosequence composed of 10‐, 15‐, 31‐, and 47‐year‐old stands established on wet mineral
Soil‐atmosphere exchange of N2O, CH4, and CO2 and controlling environmental factors for tropical rain forest sites in western Kenya
[1] N 2 O, CH4 and CO 2 soil-atmosphere exchange and controlling environmental factors were studied for a 3-month period (dry-wet season transition) at the Kakamega Rain forest, Kenya, Africa, using
A global inventory of N2O emissions from tropical rainforest soils using a detailed biogeochemical model
Beside agricultural soils, tropical rainforest soils are the main source of atmospheric N2O. Current estimates of the global N2O source strength of tropical rainforest soils are still based on rather
Seasonal and spatial variability of soil respiration in four Sitka spruce stands
We investigated the causes for the seasonal and spatial variation of soil respiration in a first rotation Sitka spruce chronosequence composed of four age classes (10, 15, 31, and 47 year old) in
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