An automated gas sampling methodology has been used to estimate nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions from\ud heavy black clay soil in northern Australia where split applications of urea were applied to furrow irrigated\ud cotton. Nitrous oxide emissions from the beds were 643 g N/ha over the 188 day measurement period (after\ud planting), whilst the N2O emissions from the furrows were significantly higher at 967 g N/ha. The DNDC\ud model was used to develop a full season simulation of N2O and N2 emissions. Seasonal N2O emissions were\ud equivalent to 0.83% of applied N, with total gaseous N losses (excluding NH3) estimated to be 16% of the\ud applied N
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