Nitrogen fluxes in three arable soils in the UK

@inproceedings{Webb2000NitrogenFI,
  title={Nitrogen fluxes in three arable soils in the UK},
  author={J. M. Webb and Rm Harrison and Shaneise Ellis},
  year={2000}
}
Measurements were made of nitrate leaching, ammonia (NH3), nitrous oxide (N2O) and dinitrogen (N2) emissions, and crop offtake of N, together with wet N deposition in order to estimate annual fluxes of N inputs and N outputs at three sites, Gleadthorpe (GL), Terrington (TE) and Rosemaund (RO), in the UK over the three seasons 1995:96, 1996:97 and 1997:98. The soils were loamy sand, alluvial silt and silty clay loam, respectively. The objective of the project is to quantify all the major N… CONTINUE READING

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