Gross N2O emission and uptake in cropland agroforestry and monoculture systems

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Georg-August-University of Goettingen, Soil Sciences of Tropical and Subtropical Ecosystems
Luo, Jie; Veldkamp, Edzo; Shao, Guodong;
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1235725251
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Julius Kühn-Institute (JKI), Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants, Institute for Ecological Chemistry, Plant Analysis and Stored Product Protection, Berlin, Germany
Beule, Lukas; Corre, Marife D.

This data set includes data on gross N2O emission and uptake measured by 15N2O pool dilution, net N2O flux, CO2 emission, soil temperature, water-filled pore space, mineral N (NH4+ and NO3-), microbial biomass N and C, and denitrification gene abundance (nirK, nirS, nosZ clade I and II) were measured on three sites in Germany in cropland agroforestry and monocultures. Each site is represented by 4 replicates per land use, at the following distances from the tree row for agroforestry: 1m, 7m and 24m. Research domain: Soil Sciences Research question: Does agroforestry reduce gross N2O emission from the soil and increase gross N2O uptake from the atmosphere into the soil compared to monoculture system? Dataset version: 1.0

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