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Influence of N Fertilization Level, Rainfall, and Temperature on the Emission of N2O in the Jeju Black Volcanic Ash Soil with Carrot Cultivation
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Influence of N Fertilization Level, Rainfall, and Temperature on the Emission of N2O in the Jeju Black Volcanic Ash Soil with Carrot Cultivation
Yang, Sang-Ho; Kang, Ho-Jun; Lee, Shin-Chan; Oh, Han-Jun; Kim, Gun-Yeob;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to obtain investigated characteristic factors which has an influence on nitrous oxide () emissions related to the environment change of nitrogen application level, rainfall and temperature. It was done by the carrot cultivation at black volcanic ashes soil in the experimental field of Jeju Special Self-governing Province Agricultural Research and Extension Services from 2010 to 2011. During the carrot cultivation period, the more amount of nitrogen fertilizer applied, the more amount of emissions were released. Generally emissions were so deeply released to climate as that in the first and middle of cultivation with heavy rainfall released amount is high, otherwise it was released very low at the end of cultivation and drought season. emissions type was considered to relate with the rainfall pattern and soil water content. We obtained the result correlated with emissions, in 2010, as the soil water and soil temperature were significant to () and () respectively, but soil EC was not significant to 0.2704 (). In 2011, soil water was significant to (), but soil temperature and soil EC were not significant to 0.2138 () and 0.2462 () respectively. Also, -N and soil nitrogen () were not significant to 0.0575 () and 0.0787 () respectively. During the carrot cultivation period, the average emissions factor released by the nitrogen fertilizer application for 2 years was presumed to be 0.0025 -N kg / N kg. This factor was 4 times than the IPCC (0.0100 -N kg / N kg) factor.
 Keywords
Jeju black volcanic ash soil;Carrot cultivation; emissions;
 Language
Korean
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