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  1. Reducing Nitrous Oxide Emissions with Enhanced Efficiency Nitrogen Fertilizers in Wheat Production in Manitoba, Canada

    2019-02-13 21:17:16 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Mario Tenuta, Matthew Wood, Xiaopeng Gao | doi:10.4231/FXR5-F070

    This project was conducted to quantify and compare the application time (fall, spring) and source (EEF, non-EEF) effects of nitrogen fertilizers on nitrous oxide emissions and agronomic measurements of spring wheat in southern Manitoba, Canada.


  2. Evaluation of nitrogen stabilizers - nitrogen use efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions in Alberta cereal crops

    2019-02-06 16:29:39 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Miles Dyck, Len Kryzanowski, Yuanpei Gao, Dick Puurveen | doi:10.4231/MDJM-0529

    These data files summarize spring wheat yields and annual soil N2O emissions (non-steady-state chamber measurements) at two sites in Alberta, Canada (Lethbridge and Ellerslie) over 2016 and 2017.


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

    2019-02-06 16:23:16 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Miles Dyck, Mekonnen Giweta, Sukdhev S. Malhi, Sylvie Quideau, Dick Puurveen | doi:10.4231/7SH9-AD91

    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.


  4. Data for Fertilizer Management and Environmental Factors Drive N2O and NO3 Losses in Corn: A Meta-Analysis

    2018-11-02 18:26:16 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Alison J Eagle, Craig F. Drury, Ardell D. Halvorson, John P. Hoben, Bijesh Maharjan, Timothy B. Parkin, G. Philip Robertson, Douglas R. Smith, Rodney T. Venterea | doi:10.4231/R7NS0S57

    Data used in Eagle et al. 2017 (Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 81:1191–1202; doi:10.2136/sssaj2016.09.0281). Fertilizer Management and Environmental Factors Drive N2O and NO3 Losses in Corn: A Meta-Analysis


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