Contemporary and pre-industrial global reactive nitrogen budgets

@article{Holland1999ContemporaryAP,
  title={Contemporary and pre-industrial global reactive nitrogen budgets},
  author={Elisabeth Holland and Frank Dentener and Bobby H. Braswell and James M. Sulzman},
  journal={Biogeochemistry},
  year={1999},
  volume={46},
  pages={7-43}
}
Increases and expansion of anthropogenic emissions of both oxidized nitrogen compounds, NOx, and a reduced nitrogen compound, NH3, have driven an increase in nitrogen deposition. We estimate global NOx and NH3 emissions and use a model of the global troposphere, MOGUNTIA, to examine the pre-industrial and contemporary quantities and spatial patterns of wet and dry NOy and NHx deposition. Pre-industrial wet plus dry NOx and NHx deposition was greatest for tropical ecosystems, related to soil… Expand
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