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  • First 20 years of DNDC (DeNitrification DeComposition): model evolution 

    Gilhespy SL; Anthony S; Cardenas L; Chadwick D; del Prado A; Li C; Misselbrook T; Rees RM; Salas W; Sanz-Cobena A; Smith P; Tilston EL; Topp CFE; Vetter S; Yeluripati JB (2014)
    Mathematical models, such as the DNDC (DeNitrification DeComposition) model, are powerful tools that are increasingly being used to examine the potential impacts of management and climate change in agriculture. DNDC can ...
  • Global Research Alliance Modelling Platform (GRAMP): An open web platform for modelling greenhouse gas emissions from agro-ecosystems 

    Yeluripati JB; del Prado A; Sanz-Cobena A; Rees RM; Li C; Chadwick D; Tilston E; Topp CFE; Cardenas LM; Ingraham P; Gilhespy S; Anthony S; Vetter SH; Misselbrook T; Salas W; Smith P (2015)
    Carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) process-based models are important tools for estimating and reporting greenhouse gas emissions and changes in soil C stocks. There is a need for continuous evaluation, development and adaptation ...
  • The impact of weather on nitrous oxide emissions from arable land in the UK 

    Topp CFE; Smith KE; Thorman RE; Pappa VA; Bennett G; Malkin S; Cardenas L; Chauhan M; Misselbrook T; Munro DG; Rees RM; Anthony S; Sylvester-Bradley R (Aspects of Applied Biology, 16/06/2014)
    The application of nitrogen (N) fertiliser to crops is a major source of nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions, a potent greenhouse gas. A key driver of the direct N2O emissions from soil following the application of N fertiliser ...
  • Review and analysis of global agricultural N2O emissions relevant to the UK 

    Buckingham S; Anthony S; Bellamy PH; Cardenas LM; Higgins S; McGeough K; Topp CFE (2014)
    As part of a UK government funded research project to update the UK N2O inventory methodology, a systematic review of published nitrous oxide (N2O) emission factorswas carried out of non-UK research, for future comparison and ...