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245 00 Atmospheric reactive nitrogen in China :|bemission, 
       deposition and environmental impacts /|cXuejun Liu, Enzai 
       Du, editors. 
264  1 Singapore :|bSpringer,|c2020. 
300    1 online resource (xvii, 331 pages) :|billustrations (some
       color) 
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505 0  ​ Chapter 1 Introduction (Prof. Xuejun Liu, China 
       Agricultural University; Assoc. Prof. Enzai Du, Beijing 
       Normal University) Overview of recent progress on 
       understanding of atmospheric reactive nitrogen emission, 
       deposition and impacts worldwide and in China Part I 
       Reactive nitrogen emission and deposition in China Chapter
       2 Spatial-temporal variations in NH3, NOx and SO2 
       emissions (Prof. Yu Song, Peking University & Prof. Qiang 
       Zhang, Tsinghua University) -- Emission sources -- Method 
       overview -- Spatial-temporal patterns Chapter 3 Monitoring
       nitrogen deposition in China (Prof. Xuejun Liu, China 
       Agricultural University; Assoc. Prof. Enzai Du, Beijing 
       Normal University; Dr. Wen Xu, Chinese Academy of 
       Sciences; Assoc. Prof. Yuepeng Pan, Chinese Academy of 
       Sciences; Assoc. Prof. Jianlin Shen, Chinese Academy of 
       Sciences) -- Measurement methods of atmospheric reactive N
       concentration and deposition (including biomonitoring)< 
       and uncertainties -- Development of ground-level and 
       satellite monitoring networks -- Nitrogen deposition in 
       mainland China (Inorganic vs organic; wet vs dry, source 
       analysis) -- Nitrogen deposition in coastal seas 
       (Inorganic vs organic; wet vs dry, source analysis) -- 
       Uncertainty analysis of monitoring results Chapter 4 
       Modelling nitrogen deposition in China (Prof. Lin Zhang, 
       Peking University & Prof. Xuemei Wang, Sun Yat-sen 
       University) -- Recent development of atmospheric 
       deposition simulation -- Modelling N deposition in China -
       - Uncertainty analysis of N deposition simulation Chapter 
       5 Reactive nitrogen budgets in China (Prof. Baojing Gu, 
       Zhejiang University) -- Background and methodology -- Flow
       analysis of nitrogen budgets in China -- Atmospheric 
       reactive nitrogen in national nitrogen budget Part II 
       Contribution of atmospheric reactive nitrogen to China's 
       air pollution Chapter 6 Contribution of atmospheric 
       nitrogen to haze in China (Prof. Song Guo, Peking 
       University) -- Mechanism -- Assessment -- Mitigation 
       measures of pollution control Chapter 7 Contribution of 
       atmospheric nitrogen on ozone pollution in China (Prof. 
       Zhaozhong Feng, Chinese Academy of Sciences) -- Mechanism 
       -- Assessment -- Mitigation measures of pollution control 
       Chapter 8 Contribution of atmospheric nitrogen to acid 
       rain in China (Prof. Lei Duan, Tsinghua University & 
       Assoc. Prof. Enzai Du, Beijing Normal University) -- 
       Mechanism -- Assessment: contribution to acid deposition 
       and soil acidification -- Mitigation measures of pollution
       control Part III Impacts of nitrogen deposition on China's
       ecosystems Chapter 9 Impact of nitrogen deposition on 
       China's forest ecosystems (Assoc. Prof. Enzai Du, Beijing 
       Normal University & Assoc. Prof. Xiankai Lu, Chinese 
       Academy of Sciences) -Overview of nitrogen enrichment 
       experiments in China's forests -- Impacts on nutrient 
       cycling -- Impacts on soil acidification -- Impacts on 
       carbon cycling -- Impacts on biodiversity loss Chapter 10 
       Impact of nitrogen deposition on China's grassland 
       ecosystems (Prof. Jinsheng He, Peking University & Assoc. 
       Prof. Li Kaihui, Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and 
       Geography, CAS) -- Overview of nitrogen enrichment 
       experiments in China's grassland -- Impacts on nutrient 
       cycling -- Impacts on carbon cycling -- Impacts on 
       biodiversity loss Chapter 11 Impact of nitrogen deposition
       on China's desert ecosystems (Assoc. Prof. Xiaobing Zhou, 
       Chinese Academy of Sciences) -- Impacts on nutrient 
       cycling -- Impacts on carbon cycling -- Impacts on 
       biodiversity loss Chapter 12 Impact of nitrogen deposition
       on cropland ecosystems (Prof. Xuejun Liu & Fusuo Zhang, 
       China Agricultural University) -- Impacts on nutrient 
       cycling -- Impacts on soil acidification -- Impacts on 
       crop productivity Chapter 13 Impact of nitrogen deposition
       on marine ecosystems (Prof. Huiwang Gao, Ocean University 
       of China) -- eutrophication, -- nutrient and carbon 
       cycling -- species biodiversity Part IV Management and 
       policy implications Chapter 14 National regulation of NOx 
       and SO2 emissions (Prof. Zhao Yu, Nanjing University) -- 
       Overview of NOx and SO2 emissions in China -- Methods to 
       reduce NOx and SO2 emissions -- Policy implications 
       Chapter 15 Nitrogen regulation in agricultural systems 
       (Prof. Xuejun Liu & Fusuo Zhang, China Agricultural 
       University) -- Overview of nitrogen use in China's 
       agricultural systems -- Methods to improve nitrogen use 
       efficiency in China's agricultural systems -- Policy 
       implications Chapter 16 Risk management and adaptations in
       natural ecosystems (Prof. Lei Duan, Tsinghua University) -
       - Overview of negative effects of nitrogen deposition on 
       China's natural ecosystems -- Methods of critical loads --
       Assessment of critical loads in China's natural ecosystems
       -- Policy implications Chapter 17 Concluding remarks and 
       outlook of future research (Prof. Xuejun Liu, China 
       Agricultural University & Assoc. Prof. Enzai Du, Beijing 
       Normal University) -- Future research needs in emission 
       assessment -- Future research needs in deposition 
       assessment -- Future research needs in air pollution 
       effects -- Future research needs in ecological impacts -- 
       Concluding remarks. 
588 0  Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, 
       viewed October 9, 2019). 
650  0 Active nitrogen.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
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700 1  Liu, Xuejun|c(Editor),|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       names/no2017105546|eeditor. 
700 1  Du, Enzai,|eeditor. 
990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2020 -
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