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Warming-induced enhancement of soil N2O efflux linked to distinct response times of genes driving N2O production and consumption.

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2014
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University of Kansas Field Station
Kansas Biological Survey
University of Kansas Ecosystem Research Group
Citation HTML: 
Billings, S.A., and L.K. Tiemann. 2014. Warming-induced enhancement of soil N2O efflux linked to distinct response times of genes driving N2O production and consumption. Biogeochemistry 119:371–386. DOI 10.1007/s10533-014-9973-2.

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