Simulation of nitrogen mineralization and transport in loess-parabrownearthes: Plot experiments

  title={Simulation of nitrogen mineralization and transport in loess-parabrownearthes: Plot experiments},
  author={Joerg Richter and A. Nuske and Martin B{\"o}hmer and Jens Wehrmann},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
In order to simulate the Nmin distributions in field plot experiments, a first order kinetic model for mineralization is combined with a transport model described earlier in this journal. Comparison of simulated and experimental figures shows satisfying agreement. The main advantages of these models are: i. only few and easy to measure input data are required and ii. both model equations, for mineralization and transport of Nmin, are simple to solve rendering short computing times even using a… CONTINUE READING


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