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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: Comparison of simulated and observed N2O gas emission rates from bioenergy cropping systems)

Author
item Adler, Paul
item Dell, Curtis
item Del grosso, Stephen - Steve
item Parton, William

Submitted to: Agronomy Abstracts
Publication Type: Abstract only
Publication Acceptance Date: 10/20/2006
Publication Date: 11/12/2006
Citation: Adler, P.R., Dell, C.J., Del Grosso, S.J., Parton, W.J. 2006. Comparison of simulated and observed N2O gas emission rates from bioenergy cropping systems. Agronomy Abstracts. Paper No. 413.

Interpretive Summary: An interpretive summary is not required.

Technical Abstract: Nitrous oxide is the largest greenhouse gas source from crop systems. DAYCENT was used to compare N2O emissions from the following 3 bioenergy cropping systems: switchgrass, reed canarygrass, and a rotation of 3 yr corn, 1 yr soybeans, and 4 yr alfalfa. Although DAYCENT did not always capture the observed daily variability in N2O emissions, it did simulate the observed seasonal patterns within systems and differences in mean emissions among systems reasonably well.

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