The effect of soil texture and soil drainage on emissions of nitric oxide and nitrous oxide

@inproceedings{Skiba2002TheEO,
  title={The effect of soil texture and soil drainage on emissions of nitric oxide and nitrous oxide},
  author={Ute M. Skiba and Bruce C Ball},
  year={2002}
}
Agricultural soils are important sources of the tropospheric ozone precursor NO and the greenhouse gas N 2 O. Emissions are controlled primarily by parameters that vary the soil mineral N supply, temperature and soil aeration. In this field experiment, the importance of soil physical properties on emissions of NO and N 2 O are identified. Fluxes were measured from 13 soils which belonged to 11 different soil series, ranging from poorly drained silty clay loams to freely drained sandy loams. All… CONTINUE READING

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