Methodology for studying fluxes of soil mineral-N in situ

@inproceedings{Raison1987MethodologyFS,
  title={Methodology for studying fluxes of soil mineral-N in situ},
  author={R. John Raison and Mary J. Connell and P. K. Khanna},
  year={1987}
}
Abstract Improved methods are needed to measure the mineralization and uptake of soil N under field conditions. Because both soil disturbance (e.g. sieving, drying and rewetting) and environmental conditions markedly affect rates of soil N mineralization, rates measured in disturbed soils in the laboratory are unlikely to be quantitatively similar to, and may not be a reliable index of those in the field. It is generally impossible to assess the usefulness of most estimates of N mineralization… CONTINUE READING

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