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N2O flux from a forest soil located in an area of intensive animal breeding in Belgium

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A laboratory experiment was conducted with a forest soil to investigate the contribution of the organic and mineral (0-10cm) layer at different moisture contents to the N2O-N emission. Fluxes were in the range of 1-1 1.5 g N2O-N ha(-1) d(-1). The effect of WFPS of the mineral layer on the N2O flux was highly significant. The effect of the moisture content of the organic layer and the interaction between both layers were less pronounced.
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WFPS, moisture content, temperate forest, nitrous oxide

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Vervaet, Hilde, Annick Goossens, Pascal Boeckx, Oswald Van Cleemput, and Georges Hofman. 2000. “N2O Flux from a Forest Soil Located in an Area of Intensive Animal Breeding in Belgium.” In Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases : Scientific Understanding, Control and Implementation, ed. J Van Ham, APM Baede, LA Meyer, and R Ybema, 193–194. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
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Vervaet, H., Goossens, A., Boeckx, P., Van Cleemput, O., & Hofman, G. (2000). N2O flux from a forest soil located in an area of intensive animal breeding in Belgium. In J. Van Ham, A. Baede, L. Meyer, & R. Ybema (Eds.), Non-CO2 greenhouse gases : scientific understanding, control and implementation (pp. 193–194). Presented at the 2nd International symposium on Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases : scientific understanding, control and implementation, Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
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Vervaet H, Goossens A, Boeckx P, Van Cleemput O, Hofman G. N2O flux from a forest soil located in an area of intensive animal breeding in Belgium. In: Van Ham J, Baede A, Meyer L, Ybema R, editors. Non-CO2 greenhouse gases : scientific understanding, control and implementation. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer; 2000. p. 193–4.
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Vervaet, Hilde, Annick Goossens, Pascal Boeckx, et al. “N2O Flux from a Forest Soil Located in an Area of Intensive Animal Breeding in Belgium.” Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases : Scientific Understanding, Control and Implementation. Ed. J Van Ham et al. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, 2000. 193–194. Print.
@inproceedings{401082,
  abstract     = {A laboratory experiment was conducted with a forest soil to investigate the contribution of the organic and mineral (0-10cm) layer at different moisture contents to the N2O-N emission. Fluxes were in the range of 1-1 1.5 g N2O-N ha(-1) d(-1). The effect of WFPS of the mineral layer on the N2O flux was highly significant. The effect of the moisture content of the organic layer and the interaction between both layers were less pronounced.},
  author       = {Vervaet, Hilde and Goossens, Annick and Boeckx, Pascal and Van Cleemput, Oswald and Hofman, Georges},
  booktitle    = {Non-CO2 greenhouse gases : scientific understanding, control and implementation},
  editor       = {Van Ham, J and Baede, APM and Meyer, LA and Ybema, R},
  isbn         = {9780792361992},
  keyword      = {WFPS,moisture content,temperate forest,nitrous oxide},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands},
  pages        = {193--194},
  publisher    = {Springer},
  title        = {N2O flux from a forest soil located in an area of intensive animal breeding in Belgium},
  year         = {2000},
}

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