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Effects of Mowing Heights on N2O Emission from Temperate Grasslands in Inner Mongolia, Northern China
American Journal of Climate Change
Grazing and mowing are two common practices for grassland management. Mowing is now recommended as an alternative to the traditional grazing for grassland conservation in Inner Mongolia, northern China. Many studies have revealed that mowing may alter ecosystem properties in various ways. However, little attention has been paid to the effect of mowing on trace gas emissions, especially on N2O flux. We conducted an experiment to investigate the effects of mowing on N2O fluxes from the semiariddoi:10.4236/ajcc.2015.45032 fatcat:3jgfrsprmnfwpay6c3d7qnqt5a