Soil NOx emissions can now be tracked with chemical-signature method

Posted by aclimaadmin | 6 maiatza, 2019 | Sektoreari buruzko albisteak

A recent study demonstrates, for the first time, a method for tracking nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions and applies it specifically to soils.

The ‘chemical fingerprinting’ method allows soil NOx to be distinguished from other sources of NOx, such as vehicles and power plants. It, therefore, paves the way for a more precise understanding of agriculture’s contribution particularly to air pollution, climate change, ecosystems and environmental damage…read more

Fuente: ec.europa.eu

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