Nitrous Oxides in Soils
Soil Research Special Issue 54(5)Edited by:
Provides a comprehensive understanding of the soil biogeochemical processes underpinning N2O emissions from Australian soils.
Agricultural soils emit more nitrous oxide (N2O), a potent greenhouse gas, than any other anthropogenic source. Unlike carbon dioxide, N2O has no significant terrestrial sink, and mitigation is only achieved by manipulating nitrogen inputs and the soil biophysical environment. Towards developing effective mitigation strategies, this special issue provides a comprehensive understanding of the soil biogeochemical processes underpinning N2O emissions from Australian soils and how these are influenced by soil management and climate. + Full description
DetailsPaperback | October 2016 | $ 75.00
ISBN: SR54/05 | 214 pages
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing