ECOLOGICAL JUSTIFICATION OF STABILIZATION METHODS OF N2O DIRECT EMISSIONS FROM MANAGED SOILS IN UKRAINE
This paper presentsthe dependence between direct nitrous oxide emissions from agricultural soils and application of mineral N fertilizers. There were founded that almost one third of the total volume of N2O emissions from agricultural soils in Ukraine comes from the application of mineral nitrogen fertilizers. It is shown the necessity of the development the set of measures aimed at reducing emissions of nitrous oxide as one of the main greenhouse gases through the rational application of mineral fertilizers.
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