Atmospheric nitrogen deposition: revisiting the question of the invisible organic component

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Abstract

Nitrogen-containing organic matter in rain and aerosol makes up a substantial proportion – 25-35% – of the total nitrogen (N) in atmospheric deposition. Because of data sparseness and poor characterisation, its role in ecosystems and Earth system processes remains unclear. It should now be included routinely in global initiatives dealing with N deposition.
Translated title of the contributionAtmospheric nitrogen deposition: revisiting the question of the invisible organic component
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationQUEST/AIMES OSC, Earth System Science 2010, Edinburgh, 10-13 May 2010
EditorsCornell , Downy , Rounsevell
Pages96 - 103
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011

Bibliographical note

Conference Proceedings/Title of Journal: Earth System Science 2010, Procedia-Environmental Sciences
Conference Organiser: QUEST

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