• Environmental Science
  • Published 2010

Denitrification and Molecular Detection in Riparian Buffer Soils.

@inproceedings{Wu2010DenitrificationAM,
  title={Denitrification and Molecular Detection in Riparian Buffer Soils.},
  author={Lin Wu},
  year={2010}
}
WU, LIN. Denitrification and Molecular Detection in Riparian Buffer Soils. (Under the direction of Deanna Osmond and Owen Duckworth.) Denitrification, the bacterially meditated conversion of nitrate (NO3) into nitrogen gas, is an important biogeochemical process in riparian buffers that contributes significantly to the abatement of NO3 contamination. The overall goal of this study is to resolve uncertainties in the mechanism of denitrification in riparian buffer soils by quantitatively linking… CONTINUE READING

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