Modelling the spatial distribution of ammonia emissions from seabirds in the UK.

@article{Wilson2004ModellingTS,
  title={Modelling the spatial distribution of ammonia emissions from seabirds in the UK.},
  author={Lisa J. Wilson and Philip J. Bacon and Joe Bull and U. Dragosits and Trevor D. Blackall and Timothy E. Dunn and Keith C Hamer and Mark A. Sutton and Sarah Wanless},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2004},
  volume={131 2},
  pages={173-85}
}
Knowledge of the sources and distribution of ammonia (NH3) emissions underpins our understanding of the nitrogen budget. Research has focused on quantifying NH3 emissions from anthropogenic sources, whilst those from natural sources have received little attention internationally. Seabirds excrete large quantities of nitrogen, making seabird colonies a major natural source of NH3. Ammonia emissions from each UK seabird species were estimated and combined with population distribution data to… CONTINUE READING