Articles | Volume 14, issue 8
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-14-2225-2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-14-2225-2017
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02 May 2017
Research article |  | 02 May 2017

Nitrogen oxides and ozone fluxes from an oilseed-rape management cycle: the influence of cattle slurry application

Raffaella M. Vuolo, Benjamin Loubet, Nicolas Mascher, Jean-Christophe Gueudet, Brigitte Durand, Patricia Laville, Olivier Zurfluh, Raluca Ciuraru, Patrick Stella, and Ivonne Trebs

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Atmospheric nitrogen oxides (NO and NO2) are a threat for the environment and human health. Agricultural soils are a large but uncertain source, partly due to a lack of direct fluxes measurements. We quantified NO, NO2 and ozone (O3) fluxes above an oilseed rape crop rotation. We found that 0.27 % of nitrogen applied was emitted as NO, whose emissions were favoured by fertilisation under dry and warm conditions. We found significant interactions between NO, NO2 and O3 even above bare soil.
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