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N2O emissions from winter wheat crop, Kingsthorpe, Queensland, Australia 2009.

Queensland University of Technology
Scheer, Clemens
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Dr Clemens Scheer
Ph: +61 7 3138 7636

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Soil N2O fluxes from winter wheat were monitored over one season with an automated measuring and analysis system allowing for a high temporal resolution. Emissions were measured from different irrigation intesities according to the following experimental set up: 3 different irrigation treatments: Fully-irrigated (I-50%): The crop will be irrigated when 50% of the plant available water capacity (PAWC) is depleted; Deficit-irrigated 1 (I-60%): The crop will be irrigated when 60% of the PAWC is depleted; Deficit-irrigated 3 (I-85%): The crop will be irrigated when 85% of the PAWC is depleted. N2O emissions were measured with the closed chamber method with 3 replicates per treatmet for the period from June to October 2009

Data time period: 06 2009 to 31 10 2009

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text: Kingsthorpe, Queensland, Australia

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