δ15N of nitric oxide produced under aerobic or anaerobic conditions from seven soils and their associated N isotope fractionations

Chenxia Su, Ronghua Kang, Weixing Zhu, Wentao Huang, Linlin Song, Ang Wang, Dongwei Liu, Zhi Quan, Feifei Zhu, Pingqing Fu & Yunting Fang
Measuring the nitrogen isotope compositions (δ15N) of nitric oxide (NO) from different sources helps to quantify the relative contributions of atmospheric NOx. Soil is one of the most important sources of atmospheric NOx, but only limited measurements on the δ15N of soil emitted NO exist, hampering our ability to partition sources to air pollution. Here we conducted soil incubations to measure the δ15N-NO under defined aerobic or anaerobic conditions, favoring either nitrification or denitrification. Soils...
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