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Effect of environmental variables on NO emissions from agricultural soils

Effect of environmental variables on NO emissions from agricultural soils

Phyton Horn 41(3): 29-40

Nitric oxide (NO) is an important air pollutant which leads to the production of ozone and acidic precipitation. Biogenic emissions of NO are gaining in importance for ozone formation in semi-urban and rural regions of the Southeast USA. Using a dynamic chamber system interfaced to a mobile laboratory for continuous NO analysis, soil emissions of NO were measured over typical row crops in North Carolina during 1994-96.

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