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Nitrogen oxides and ozone fluxes from an oilseed-rape management cycle: the influence of cattle slurry application

Abstract : This study reports NO, NO2 and O3 mixing ratios and flux measurements using the eddy covariance method during a 7-month period over an oilseed-rape field, spanning an organic and a mineral fertilisation event. Cumulated NO emissions during the whole period were in agreement with previous studies and showed quite low emissions of 0.26 kg N ha−1 with an emission factor of 0.27 %, estimated as the ratio between total N emitted in the form of NO and total N input. The NO emissions were higher following organic fertilisation in August due to conditions favouring nitrification (soil water content around 20 % and high temperatures), while mineral fertilisation in February did not result in high emissions. The ozone deposition velocity increased significantly after organic fertilisation. The analysis of the chemical and turbulent transport times showed that reactions between NO, NO2 and O3 below the measurement height occurred constantly throughout the 7-month period. Following organic fertilisation, the NO ground fluxes were 30 % larger than the NO fluxes at the measurement height (3.2 m), while the NO2 fluxes switched from deposition to emission during certain periods, being negative at the surface and positive at the measurement height. This phenomenon of "apparent NO2 emissions" appears to be significant during strong NO emissions and high O3 ambient mixing ratios, even on a bare soil during August.
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Maria Raffaella Vuolo, Benjamin Loubet, Nicolas Mascher, Jean Christophe Gueudet, Brigitte Durand, et al.. Nitrogen oxides and ozone fluxes from an oilseed-rape management cycle: the influence of cattle slurry application. Biogeosciences, European Geosciences Union, 2017, 14 (8), pp.2225-2244. ⟨10.5194/bg-14-2225-2017⟩. ⟨hal-01526263⟩

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