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1. Global N Cycle: Fluxes and N2O Mixing Ratios Originating from Human Activity [global_n_cycle_797_1]
Nitrogen is a major nutrient in terrestrial ecosystems and an important catalyst in tropospheric photochemistry. Over the last century human activities have dramatically increased inputs of reactive ...


2. Nitrogen Deposition onto the United States and Western Europe [global_clim_nitrogen_730_1]
This data set contains data for wet and dry nitrogen-species deposition for the United States and Western Europe. Deposition data were acquired directly from monitoring programs in the United States ...


3. Global N Cycle: Fluxes and N2O Mixing Ratios Originating from Human Activity [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/797_1]
Nitrogen is a major nutrient in terrestrial ecosystems and an important catalyst in tropospheric photochemistry. Over the last century human activities have dramatically increased inputs of reactive ...


4. Nitrogen Deposition onto the United States and Western Europe [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/730_1]
This data set contains data for wet and dry nitrogen-species deposition for the United States and Western Europe. Deposition data were acquired directly from monitoring programs in the United States ...


5. GLOBAL N CYCLE: FLUXES AND N2O MIXING RATIOS ORIGINATING FROM HUMAN ACTIVITY [global_n_cycle]
Nitrogen is a major nutrient in terrestrial ecosystems and an important catalyst in tropospheric photochemistry. Over the last century human activities have dramatically increased inputs of reactive ...


6. NITROGEN DEPOSITION ONTO THE UNITED STATES AND WESTERN EUROPE [global_clim_nitrogen]
This data set contains data for wet and dry nitrogen-species deposition for the United States and Western Europe. Deposition data were acquired directly from monitoring programs in the United States ...


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