Data for growing season nitrous oxide emissions from a Gray Luvisol as a function of long-term fertilization history and crop rotation

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By Miles Dyck1, Mekonnen Giweta2, Sukdhev S. Malhi1, Sylvie Quideau1, Dick Puurveen1

1. University of Alberta 2. Ethiopian Research Institute

Data from 5 growing seasons (2013–2017) investigating long-term fertilization and crop rotation effects on growing season soil N2O and CO2 emissions, wheat yield and N uptake, N2O emission intensity and soil properties on a Gray Luvisol.

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Version 1.0 - published on 08 Feb 2019 doi:10.4231/7SH9-AD91 - cite this Archived on 08 Mar 2019

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  • Giweta, M., Dyck, M., & Malhi, S. S., (2017), "Growing Season Nitrous Oxide Emissions from a Gray Luvisol as a Function of Long-term Fertilization History and Crop Rotation", Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 97, 3: pg: 474-486. doi:10.1139/cjss-2016-0106.

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