Global soil‐biogenic NOx emissions and the role of canopy processes

@inproceedings{Ganzeveld2002GlobalSN,
  title={Global soil‐biogenic NOx emissions and the role of canopy processes},
  author={Laurens Nicolaas Ganzeveld and Jos Lelieveld and Frank Dentener and Maarten Cornelis Krol and Albertus Jacobus Maria Bouwman and G. J. H. Roelofs},
  year={2002}
}
[1] Soils are an important though uncertain source of oxidized nitrogen (NOx) to the atmosphere. One of the main uncertainties in the source estimates is the role of the canopy interactions between NOx emissions, dry deposition, turbulence, and chemistry. Previous studies, in which only dry deposition has been considered, indicate a reduction of about 50% of the globally emitted NOx by soils. We have implemented a multilayer trace gas exchange model in a chemistry general circulation model to… CONTINUE READING

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