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Using DayCent to simulate N2O emissions under different nitrogen fertilization strategies in dryland conditions

AutorPlaza-Bonilla, Daniel ; Cantero-Martínez, Carlos; Paustian, Keith; Easter, Mark; Arrúe Ugarte, José Luis ; Álvaro-Fuentes, Jorge
Fecha de publicaciónmar-2014
CitaciónWorkshop "Experimental databases and model of N2O emissions by croplands: do we have what is needed to explore mitigation options (17-19 March 2014. París, INRA)
Resumen* The addition of large amounts of nitrogen into the soil may favour nitrification and denitrification processes and thus nitrous oxide (N20) emissions. * In Mediterranean European drylands, overfertilization isa common practice despite the typical low crop yields. * In some areas, the rapid development of a large intensive livestock sector has also contributed to this overfertilization due toan excessive accumulation of animal manure. * Consequently, it is essential to determine the impact of N fertilization on soil N20 emissions to establish fertilization management strategies which minimize N Iosses and maximize crop yields.
DescripciónPóster presentado al Workshop "Experimental databases and model of N2O emissions by croplands: do we have what is needed to explore mitigation options (17-19 March 2014. París, INRA). Organized by the Croplands Group, Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases. 1 copia .pdf a-4 del original presentado por los autores.
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