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  • Estimation of nitrogen budgets for contrasting catchments at the landscape scale 

    Vogt E; Braban CF; Dragosits U; Theobald MR; Billett MF; Dore AJ; Tang YS; van Dijk N; Rees RM; Mcdonald C; Murray S; Skiba UM; Sutton M (2012)
    A comprehensive assessment of nitrogen (N) flows at the landscape scale is fundamental to understand spatial interactions in the N cascade and to inform the development of locally optimised N management strategies. To ...
  • Heterogeneity of atmospheric ammonia at the landscape scale and consequences for environmental impact assessment 

    Vogt E; Dragosits U; Braban CF; Theobald MR; Dore AJ; van Dijk N; Tang YS; Mcdonald C; Murray S; Rees RM; Sutton MA (2013)
    We examined the consequences of the spatial heterogeneity of atmospheric ammonia (NH3) by measuring and modelling NH3 concentrations and deposition at 25 m grid resolution for a rural landscape containing intensive poultry ...
  • The nitrogen, carbon and greenhouse gas budget of a grazed, cut and fertilised temperate grassland 

    Jones SK; Helfter C; Anderson M; Coyle M; Campbell C; Famulari D; Di Marco C; van Dijk N; Tang YS; Topp CFE; Kiese R; Kindler R; Siemens J; Schrumpf M; Kaiser K; Nemitz E; Levy PE; Rees RM; Sutton MA; Skiba UM (2017)
    Intensively managed grazed grasslands in temperate climates are globally important environments for the exchange of the greenhouse gases (GHGs) carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrous oxide (N2O) and methane (CH4). We assessed the ...