4 edition of Progress in Nitrogen Cycling Studies (Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences) found in the catalog.
Progress in Nitrogen Cycling Studies (Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences)
December 31, 1996
Written in English
|Contributions||O. van Cleemput (Editor), G. Hofman (Editor), A. Vermoesen (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||728|
Karen L. Casciotti, Nitrogen and Oxygen Isotopic Studies of the Marine Nitrogen Cycle, Annual Review of Marine Science, /annurev-marine . Nitrogen is an essential element to plants, animals, human beings and all the other living things on earth. Nitrogen fixation, which converts inert atmospheric nitrogen into ammonia or other valuable substances, is a very important part of the nitrogen cycle. The Haber-Bosch process plays the dominant role in the chemical nitrogen fixation as it produces a large amount of ammonia to meet the.
In the autumns of , and , a total of 84 fields in England and Wales, which had received a recent dressing of organic manure or had recently been ploughed out of grass, was sampled to 90 cm depth to measure soil mineral nitrogen (N min i.e. NH 4-N and N0 3-N).Amounts of N min varied widely between sites, indicating the difficulty in estimating soil supply following ploughing grass. Nitrogen oxides and nitrous acid are key species in the global cycling of nitrogen and in the production of ozone and hydroxyl radicals, regulating the oxidizing power and self-cleaning capacity of the atmosphere (1 –3).Nitric oxide (NO) emissions from soil have long been known (4 –6), and recent studies found that also nitrous acid (HONO) can be released from biogenic soil sources (7, 8).
Nitrous oxide (N 2 O) is the third most important greenhouse gas after carbon dioxide and methane, and a prominent ozone-depleting substance. Agricultural soils are the primary anthropogenic source of N 2 O because of the constant increase in the use of industrial nitrogen (N) fertilizers. The soybean crop is grown on 6% of the world’s arable land, and its production is expected to increase. This book describes the general processes of the nitrogen cycle, then gives examples of how the cycle is modified under particular ecological and geographical conditions. These examples are drawn from all the major areas of the world, and the impact of man via agriculture, forestry and fuel combustion is .
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This book contains the proceedings of the `8th Nitrogen Workshop' which was held at the University of Ghent, Belgium, from 5 to 8 September Although nitrogen dynamics in different ecosystems hav Progress in Nitrogen Cycling Studies | SpringerLink Skip to main content Skip to table of contents.
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“Progress in Nitrogen Cycling Studies: Proceedings of the 8th Nitrogen Workshop Held at the University of Ghent.” Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer : Oswald Van Cleemput, Georges Hofman, Annick Vermoesen.
Denitrification (forming nitrogen gas) as a way of getting rid of waste from human and intensively farmed animals. This book describes the general processes of the nitrogen cycle, then gives examples of how the cycle is modified under particular ecological and geographical by: Progress in Nitrogen Cycling Studies O.
van Cleemput,G. Hofman,A. Vermoesen — Nature Proceedings of the 8th Nitrogen Workshop held at the University of Ghent, 5–8 September, Author: O. van Cleemput,G. Hofman,A. Vermoesen. More than contributions in this book tackle recent developments within the fields of nitrogen advice systems, plant response to fertilization, immobilization and mobilization, nitrification.
This book describes the general processes of the nitrogen cycle and then takes examples to show how the cycle is modified for particular ecological and geographical situations. They are drawn from all major areas of the world and the impact of man via agriculture, forestry and fuel combustion is discussed.
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Considerable progress in our understanding of the role of marine zooplankton in nitrogen cycling has been made in the last two decades.
Studies are now at the stage where large data sets are being compiled, and it is possible, for example, to reasonably predict ammonia excretion as a function of body mass for a given organism and temperature using regression equations—and avoid doing.
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Progress in nitrogen cycling studies: proceedings of the 8th Nitrogen Workshop, held at the University of Ghent, September Author: O van Cleemput ; G Hofman ; A Vermoesen. Progress in Nitrogen Cycling Studies: Proceedings of the 8th Nitrogen Workshop held at the University of Ghent, September, [O Cleemput; G Hofman; A Vermoesen] -- This book contains the proceedings of the '8th Nitrogen Workshop' which was held at the University of Ghent, Belgium, from 5 to 8 September <br/> Although nitrogen dynamics in different.
Progress in nitrogen cycle research has been facilitated by recent rapid technological advances, especially in genomics and isotopic approaches.
In this Research Topic, we will review the leading edge of nitrogen cycle research based on these approaches, as well as by exploring microbial processes in modern ecosystems. Microorganisms that convert gaseous nitrogen (N 2) to a form suitable for use by living organisms are pivotal for life on r set of microbial reactions utilise the bioavailable nitrogen creating N 2 and completing the cycle.
This crucial nutrient cycle has long been the subject of extensive research, and recently advances in studying the biochemistry, bioinformatics, cell biology.
Book Editor Progress in nitrogen cycling studies: proceedings of the 8th nitrogen workshop held at the University of Ghent Oswald Van Cleemput (UGent), Georges Hofman (UGent) and Annick Vermoesen () Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences.
Abstract Nitrification, as a crucial step in nitrogen cycling and plant nutrition, is a biologically mediated process responsible for enormous losses of nitrogen fertilizer and a contributor to environmental pollution.
The recent progress in our understanding of nitrification and nitrifiers, specifically in acidic soils, is discussed and reviewed.
The chronology of human understanding of the nitrogen cycle is a story of curiosity, common sense, scientific advancement and societal concern that spans + years. In that time period, nitrogen science has advanced markedly in year time steps in the identification of N, and its compounds, reactions and impacts.
By definition, the historical part of the story ends now, and curiosity, common sense. This book provides essential information regarding the dynamics and rate processes of nitrogenous compounds in the sea. Topics discussed include characteristics and behavior of nitrogen at the atomic, molecular, and isotopic levels; elemental rate processes and physico-chemical and biological factors; the dynamics of nitrogen in several representative marine ecosystems; and current progress in.Plant analysis determines the actual nitrogen status of crops.
As a single basis for nitrogen recommendation it may never satisfy, but it may be helpful in optimizing split applications of nitrogen fertilizer.
Simulation models are interesting tools to assess nitrogen dynamics in the soil.  The biogeochemistry of continental shelf systems plays an important role in the global elemental cycling of nitrogen and carbon, but remains poorly quantified.
We have developed a high‐resolution physical‐biological model for the U.S. east coast continental shelf and adjacent deep ocean that is nested within a basin‐wide North Atlantic circulation model in order to estimate nitrogen.