Contributions from different microbial processes to N2O emission from soil under different moisture regimes

@article{Webster2004ContributionsFD,
  title={Contributions from different microbial processes to N2O emission from soil under different moisture regimes},
  author={Fleur Webster and David W. Hopkins},
  journal={Biology and Fertility of Soils},
  year={2004},
  volume={22},
  pages={331-335}
}
Nitrous oxide emissions from a sandy-loam textured soil wetted to matric potentials of either-1.0 or-0.1 kPa were determined in laboratory experiments in which the soil was incubated in air (control), air plus 10 Pa C2H2 (to inhibit nitrification), 100 kPa O2 (to suppress denitrification), 10 kPa C2H2 (to inhibit N2O reduction to N2 in denitrification) or following autoclaving. The total N2O production, consumption and net N2O emission from the soils together with the contributions to N2O… CONTINUE READING

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