Greenhouse gas mitigation with scarce land: The potential contribution of increased nitrogen input

@article{MeyerAurich2012GreenhouseGM,
  title={Greenhouse gas mitigation with scarce land: The potential contribution of increased nitrogen input},
  author={Andreas Meyer-Aurich and J{\o}rgen E Olesen and Annette Prochnow and Reiner Brunsch},
  journal={Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change},
  year={2012},
  volume={18},
  pages={921-932}
}
Agricultural lands have been identified to mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions primarily by production of energy crops and substituting fossil energy resources and through carbon sequestration in soils. Increased fertilizer input resulting in increased yields may reduce the area needed for crop production. The surplus area could be used for energy production without affecting the land use necessary for food and feed production. We built a model to investigate the effect of changing nitrogen… CONTINUE READING

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