Microbial kinetics and thermodynamic (MKT) processes for soil organic matter decomposition and dynamic oxidation-reduction potential: Model descriptions and applications to soil N2O emissions

Soumendra N. Bhanja, Junye Wang, Narayan K. Shrestha, Xiaokun Zhang

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Abstract

Sequential soil oxidation-reduction reactions can be simulated using microbial kinetics and thermodynamics, which are responsible for modulating most of the soil biogeochemical cycles. Our results show that soil N2O emissions can be modelled in a better way using microbial kinetics.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)812-823
Number of pages12
JournalEnvironmental Pollution
Volume247
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr. 2019

Keywords

  • Soil biogeochemical cycle modelling
  • Soil greenhouse gas emission modelling
  • Soil NO emission
  • Soil organic matter decomposition modelling
  • Soil oxidation-reduction potential dynamics

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