Advances in understanding, models and parameterizations of biosphere-atmosphere ammonia exchange

@inproceedings{Flechard2013AdvancesIU,
  title={Advances in understanding, models and parameterizations of biosphere-atmosphere ammonia exchange},
  author={Christophe Flechard and Raia Silvia Massad and Benjamin Loubet and Erwan Personne and David I Simpson and Jesse O. Bash and Ellen J. Cooter and Eiko Nemitz and Mark A. Sutton},
  year={2013}
}
Atmospheric ammonia (NH3) dominates global emissions of total reactive nitrogen (Nr), while emissions from agricultural production systems contribute about two-thirds of global NH3 emissions; the remaining third emanates from oceans, natural vegetation, humans, wild animals and biomass burning. On land, NH3 emitted from the various sources eventually returns to the biosphere by dry deposition to sink areas, predominantly semi-natural vegetation, and by wet and dry deposition as ammonium… CONTINUE READING

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