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Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Red Pepper, Chinese Cabbage, and Potato Fields in Gangwon-do, Korea
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Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Red Pepper, Chinese Cabbage, and Potato Fields in Gangwon-do, Korea
Seo, Youngho; Kim, Gunyeob; Park, Kijin; Kim, Kyunghi; Jung, Yeong-Sang;
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 Abstract
The level of nitrous oxide (), a long-lived greenhouse gas, in atmosphere has increased mainly due to anthropogenic source, especially application of nitrogen fertilizers. Quantifying emission from agricultural field is essential to develop national inventories of greenhouse gases (GHGs) emission. The objective of the study was to develop emission factor to estimate direct emission from agricultural field in Gangwon-do, Korea by measuring emissions from potato (Solanum tuberosum), red pepper (Capsicum annum L.), and Chinese cabbage (Brassica campestris L.) cultivation lands from 2009 to 2012. Accumulated emission was for red pepper, for potato, for Chinese cabbage cultivated in spring, and for fall Chinese cabbage. Emission factor of calculated from accumulated emission, nitrogen fertilization rate, and background emission was N for cropland in Gangwon province. More extensive study is deserved to be conducted to develop emission factor for upland crops in Korea through examining the emission factors from various regions and crops because emission is influenced by many factors including climate characteristics, soil properties, and agricultural practices.
 Keywords
Chinese cabbage;Greenhouse gas;Nitrous oxide;Potato;Red pepper;
 Language
English
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