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Quantifying the spatial distribution of nitrogen (N) in the soil under long-term drip fertigation events is essential for the optimal regulation of drip fertigation systems. In this study, a greenhouse soil that has been under drip irrigation for 20 years was selected as the research object, and soil samples were collected from 0-50 cm soil depth. The concentrations of N in soil samples were measured and their spatial distribution characteristics were quantified by classical statisticaldoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-864058/v1 fatcat:cwpqiqpaonalrdkkdorsiwubaa