CO 2 emission from carbonates dissolution accelerated under nitrogenous fertilizer influence

@inproceedings{Nakanishi2016CO2E,
  title={CO 2 emission from carbonates dissolution accelerated under nitrogenous fertilizer influence},
  author={Yasuhiro Nakanishi and Shohei Nomura},
  year={2016}
}
On coral islands, Kikai and Miyako Islands in Japan, where intensive agriculture is developed and ammonium sulfate is extensively spread, we discussed the difference of carbonate dissolution and CO2 emission between the forest and the agricultural areas using fertilizer, groundwater, and CO2 data in spring sites. In the agricultural area, higher CO2 concentrations were detected, which were thought to be mainly caused in the carbonate dissolution accelerated by H produced in nitrification of… CONTINUE READING