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2010Dual Isotope and Isotopomer Measurements for the Understanding of N2O Production and Consumption during Denitrification in an Arable SoilMEIJIDE ORIVE Ana; CARDENAS Laura; BOL Roland; BERGSTERMANN Anja; GOULDING Keith; WELL Reinhard; VALLEJO Antonio; SCHOLEFIELD DavidArticles in Journals
2010Effect of antecedent soil moisture conditions on emissions and isotopologue distribution of N2O during denitrificationBERGSTERMANN Anja; CARDENAS Laura; BOL Roland; GILLIAM Lucy; GOULDING Keith; MEIJIDE ORIVE Ana; SCHOLEFIELD David; VALLEJO Antonio; WELL ReinhardArticles in Journals
2011Seasonal trends and environmental controls of methane emissions in a rice paddy field in Northern ItalyMEIJIDE ORIVE Ana; MANCA Giovanni; GODED BALLARIN Ignacio; MAGLIULO Vinzenzo; TOMMASI Pierpaolo; SEUFERT Guenther; CESCATTI AlessandroArticles in Journals
2011Seasonal Trends and Environmental Controls of Methane Emissions in a Rice Paddy Field in Northern ItalyMEIJIDE ORIVE Ana; MANCA Govanni; GODED BALLARIN Ignacio; MAGLIULO Vinzenzo; DI TOMMASI Paul; SEUFERT Guenther; CESCATTI AlessandroArticles in Journals
2012Synthesizing greenhouse gas fluxes across nine European peatlands and shrublands – responses to climatic and environmental changesCarter M S; Larsen K S; EMMETT B.; ESTIARTE Marc; FIELD C; LEITH I. D.; LUND M.; MEIJIDE ORIVE Ana; MILLS R.t.e.; NIINEMETS U., et alArticles in Journals
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