Fossil fuel burning in Taylor Valley, southern Victoria Land, Antarctica: Estimating the role of scientific activities on carbon and nitrogen reservoirs and fluxes

@inproceedings{Lyons2000FossilFB,
  title={Fossil fuel burning in Taylor Valley, southern Victoria Land, Antarctica: Estimating the role of scientific activities on carbon and nitrogen reservoirs and fluxes},
  author={William Berry Lyons and Carmen A. Nezat and Kathleen A. Welch and Steven T. Kottmeier and Peter T. Doran},
  year={2000}
}
Particulate organic and elemental carbon and nitrogen as well as NO{sub x} fluxes from scientific activities have been computed for Taylor Valley, Antarctica ({approximately}78{degree} S). These authropogenic fluxes have been compared to both the natural fluxes and landscape reservoirs as determined from Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) investigations in the valley. The anthropogenic, nongaseous carbon fluxes are minor compared to the natural fluxes, while the anthropogenic NO{sub x} flux… CONTINUE READING