Combined Flux Chamber and Genomics Approach Links Nitrous Acid Emissions to Ammonia Oxidizing Bacteria and Archaea in Urban and Agricultural Soil.

@article{Scharko2015CombinedFC,
  title={Combined Flux Chamber and Genomics Approach Links Nitrous Acid Emissions to Ammonia Oxidizing Bacteria and Archaea in Urban and Agricultural Soil.},
  author={Nicole K. Scharko and Ursel M. E. Sch{\"u}tte and Andrew E. Berke and L. Banina and Hannah R Peel and M. Donaldson and Chris Hemmerich and J. White and J. D. Raff},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={49 23},
  pages={
          13825-34
        }
}
Nitrous acid (HONO) is a photochemical source of hydroxyl radical and nitric oxide in the atmosphere that stems from abiotic and biogenic processes, including the activity of ammonia-oxidizing soil microbes. HONO fluxes were measured from agricultural and urban soil in mesocosm studies aimed at characterizing biogenic sources and linking them to indigenous microbial consortia. Fluxes of HONO from agricultural and urban soil were suppressed by addition of a nitrification inhibitor and enhanced… Expand
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