Measurement of trace gas fluxes over an unfertilized agricultural field using the flux-gradient technique.

@article{Myles2011MeasurementOT,
  title={Measurement of trace gas fluxes over an unfertilized agricultural field using the flux-gradient technique.},
  author={Latoya Myles and John P. Kochendorfer and Mark W. Heuer and Tilden P. Meyers},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  year={2011},
  volume={40 5},
  pages={1359-65}
}
Trace gas fluxes exhibit extensive spatial and temporal variability that is dependent on a number of factors, including meteorology, ambient concentration, and emission source size. Previous studies have found that agricultural fertilization contributes to higher fluxes of certain gases. The magnitude of trace gas fluxes over unfertilized crops is still uncertain. In the present study, deposition of ammonia (NH), nitric acid (HNO), and sulfur dioxide (SO) was measured over unfertilized soybean… CONTINUE READING

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