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Modelling Nitrogen Fluxes at the Landscape Scale

By M.R. Theobald, U. Dragosits, C.J. Place, J.U. Smith, M. Sozanska, L Brown, D Scholefield, A Prado, J Webb, P Whitehead, A Angus, I Hodge, D. Fowler and M.A. Sutton


The distribution and impacts of different nitrogen pollutants are inextricably linked. To understand the problem fully, the interactions between the different pollutants need to be taken into account. This is particularly important when it comes to abatement techniques, since measures to reduce emissions of one nitrogen pollutant can often lead to an increase in another. This project represents a step towards greater understanding of these issues by linking together new and existing nitrogen flux models into a larger framework. The modelling framework has been constructed and some of the nitrogen flows between fields, farms and the atmosphere have been modelled for a UK study area for typical farm management scenario

Topics: Meteorology and Climatology, Ecology and Environment, Atmospheric Sciences
Publisher: Springer
Year: 2004
DOI identifier: 10.1007/s11267-004-3023-3
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