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Altered precipitation regimes mitigate N2O flux response to nitrogen addition in an alpine steppe
Anthropogenic-driven global change, including changes in atmospheric nitrogen (N) deposition and precipitation patterns, is dramatically altering N cycling in soil. How long-term N deposition, precipitation changes, and their interaction influence nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions remains unknown, especially in the alpine steppes of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (QTP). To fill this knowledge gap, a platform of N addition and altered precipitation experiments was established in an alpine steppe of thedoi:10.22541/au.162272003.37872835/v1 fatcat:npyvee25xfd3bgjhklrtjyxadq