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Surface applied vs drilled urea and nitrogen losses from irrigated cotton . A two year dataset from the Australian Cotton Research Insititute, Narrabri Australia.

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Surface applied vs drilled urea and nitrogen losses from irrigated cotton . A two year dataset from the Australian Cotton Research Insititute, Narrabri Australia.


This collection contains the run and irrigation data for a 2 year study at the Australian Cotton Research Institute that investigate N run-off as a response to fertiliser placement. The dataset also contains nitrate, ammonium, urea, total nitrogen and dissolved organic nitrogen concentrations and EC and pH of the water.


Agricultural Hydrology (Drainage, Flooding, Irrigation, Quality, etc.)


2014


2016


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nitrogen run-off fertiliser placement urea.


Runoffloss_v2.docx


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CSIRO (Australia), NSW Department of Primary Industries (Australia)


Macdonald, Ben; Nachimuthu, Guna; Chang, Yvonne; Nadelko, Anthony; Tuomi, Seija; Watkins, Mark (2016): Surface applied vs drilled urea and nitrogen losses from irrigated cotton . A two year dataset from the Australian Cotton Research Insititute, Narrabri Australia.. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. 102.100.100/311675


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO, NSW Department of Primary Industries 2016.


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Location Details

30°12′24.48″ S


149°35′45.6″ E


WGS84


About this Project

CRDC-DAFF FtRG2 Quantifying indir


The broad aims of the project were to: 1) Quantify nitrogen losses from irrigated cotton agriculture. 2) Quantify indirect nitrous oxide emissions from irrigated cotton agriculture; and better understand the controls on indirect nitrous oxide emissions.


Ben Macdonald


N budgeting in irrigated cotton using N15 labelled urea


This experiment was part of a larger project involved with: 1) quantifying nitrogen losses in Australian irrigated cotton, 2) quantifying and better understanding indirect nitrous oxide emissions from the cotton irrigation system


Experiment


Ben Macdonald


Guna Nachimuthu


Yvonne Chang


Anthony Nadelko


Seija Tuomi


Mark Watkins


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