Processes of ammonia air-surface exchange in a fertilized Zea mays canopy

  title={Processes of ammonia air-surface exchange in a fertilized Zea mays canopy},
  author={J. T. Walker and M. Jones and J. Bash and L. Myles and Todd Meyers and D. Schwede and J. Herrick and E. Nemitz and W. Robarge},
  • J. T. Walker, M. Jones, +6 authors W. Robarge
  • Published 2012
  • Geology
  • Biogeosciences
  • Recent incorporation of coupled soil biogeochemical and bi-directional NH 3 air–surface exchange algorithms into regional air quality models holds promise for further reducing uncertainty in estimates of NH 3 emissions from fertilized soils. While this represents a significant advancement over previous approaches, the evaluation and improvement of such modeling systems for fertilized crops requires process-level field measurements over extended periods of time that capture the range of soil… CONTINUE READING

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