Journal article

Comparison of three modeling approaches for simulating denitrification and nitrous oxide emissions from loam-textured arable soils

Y Li, DL Chen, YM Zhang, R Edis, H Ding

Global Biogeochemical Cycles | AMER GEOPHYSICAL UNION | Published : 2005


Soil denitrification fluxes and nitrous oxide (N O) emissions from the soil surface simulated by a Water and Nitrogen Management Model (WNMM), with three different gas modules, are compared to measurement data sets from two irrigated wheat-maize systems at two locations in the North China Plain (NCP) (2 years of measurement at the Luancheng site and 1 year of measurement at the Fengqiu site). The three gas modules are the WNMM gas module, the DAYCENT gas module, and the DNDC gas module. The term gas module used in this paper refers to the model component which simulates N O emission from the processes of soil nitrification and denitrification. Soil water, temperature, organic matter decompos..

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