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Simultaneous estimation of several nitrogen cycle rates using 15N: theory and application

, : Simultaneous estimation of several nitrogen cycle rates using 15N: theory and application. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 18(6): 559-568

Isotope dilution, modeling and nonlinear parameter estimation were used to determine simultaneously the rates of several N cycle processes.

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DOI: 10.1016/0038-0717(86)90076-3

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