Organised by Professor David Richardson, ProfessorAndrew Thomson OBE FRS, Professor Andrew Watson FRS and Jules Pretty OBE
Many soil bacterial use nitrate to support respiration, especially after application of nitrogen fertilizer, leading to production of the potent and long lived greenhouse gas nitrous oxide (N2O). This meeting will review our current understanding of the enzymatic and bacterial processes by which N2O can be produced or destroyed and discuss approaches for combating N2O release.
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