Gas entrapment and microbial N2O emissions from a biochar-amended sandy clay loam soil

Harter, Johannes; Guzman Bustamante, Ivan GND; Kuehfuss, Stefanie; Ruser, Reiner; Well, Reinhard; Spott, Oliver GND; Kappler, Andreas; Behrens, Sebastian GND

Nitrous oxide (N2O) is a potent greenhouse gas that is produced during microbial nitrogen transformation processes such as nitrification and denitrification. Soils represent the largest sources of N2O emissions with nitrogen fertilizer application being the main driver of rising atmospheric N2O concentrations. Soil biochar amendment has been proposed as a promising tool to mitigate N2O emissions from soils. However, the underlying processes that cause N2O emission suppression in biochar-amended soils are still poorly understood.

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Harter, Johannes / Guzman Bustamante, Ivan / Kuehfuss, Stefanie / et al: Gas entrapment and microbial N2O emissions from a biochar-amended sandy clay loam soil. 2016.

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