Impacts of Simulated Erosion and Soil Amendments on Greenhouse Gas Fluxes and Maize Yield in Miamian Soil of Central Ohio

Impacts of Simulated Erosion and Soil Amendments on Greenhouse Gas Fluxes and Maize Yield in Miamian Soil of Central Ohio

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Liang, Y., Lal, R., Guo, S., Liu, R., Hu, Y. 2018. Impacts of Simulated Erosion and Soil Amendments on Greenhouse Gas Fluxes and Maize Yield in Miamian Soil of Central Ohio. Nature, Scientific Reports. 8, Number 520.

Agriculture, Corn, Cropping systems, Erosion, Greenhouse gases, Soils, Agricultural BMPs

This study simulated erosion for 15 years at the Waterman Farm of Ohio State University (Ohio, U.S.) in order to evaluate the effects of topsoil depth on greenhouse gas emissions and maize yield.

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