Increased Global Nitrous Oxide Emissions From Streams And Rivers In The Anthropocene

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Study points to global streams and rivers' contribution to

The study, Increased global nitrous oxide emissions from streams and rivers in the Anthropocene, published Dec. 23 is the work of Tian and fellow scientists from the International

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to the Gulf of Mexico. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 34. e2019GB006475. Yao, Yuanzhi & Tian, Hanqin & Shi, Hao & Pan, Shufen & Xu, Rongting & Pan, Naiqing & Canadell, Josep. (2020). Increased global nitrous oxide emissions from streams and rivers in the Anthropocene. Nature Climate Change. 10. 1-5. Recent Hypoxia Research Efforts and Publications

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for the increase in the global surface temperature by 1.0oF (0.6oC) over the past century. The emissions of nitrogen oxides during the burning of coal, oil, and gas have also led to increases in near-surface ozone and in the nitrogen content of precipitation. Toward the end of the 20th century, annual global deforestation rates