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In an interview for the Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes (cE3c-FCUL), Portugal, Mark Sutton (UK Centre f

Post date: 06/16/2017 - 17:27 -- Region: Global

Sustainability, the Journal of Record, has published a special issue on institutional nitrogen footprints.

Post date: 05/11/2017 - 17:31 -- Region: North-America

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Post date: 05/11/2017 - 17:22 -- Region: Global

In an interview for the Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes (cE3c-FCUL), Portugal, Mark Sutton (UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Edinburgh) explains why nitrogen pollution is a serious ecological problem - and what can we do about it.

Please click here to read the interview.

Mark Sutton was an invited speaker of the training school “Global and long-term effects of nitrogen on ecosystems”, organized by cE3c-FCUL, which took place in Lisbon (Portugal) on May 15th-26th, 2017.

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Sustainability, the Journal of Record, has published a special issue on institutional nitrogen footprints.

Guest editors were Allison Leach and Elizabeth Castner, and includes papers by Jim Galloway, Jana Compton, Jill Baron and many more.

The issue can be found here

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iLEAPS 2017 Conference Registration NOW OPEN!

iLEAPS provides understanding of how interacting physical, chemical and biological processes transport and transform energy and matter through the land atmosphere interface.

Registration for the upcoming 2017 iLEAPS Conference taking place in Oxford on the 11th - 14th September 2017 is now open!

To register your attendance and to find out more please click here. We are also accepting submissions of Abstracts for the meeting.

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Please note the deadline for submissions is 23:59 UTC on the 1st June 2017.

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On the 6th of March, Prof. Mark Sutton was interviewed by BBC radio, about nitrogen use efficiency in farming systems. To listen to the full interview, please click the link [url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08gwfjm]here[/url]

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In South Asia, significant progress in atmospheric deposition research has been achieved, steered by two major International programmes; The Composition of Atmospheric Aerosols and Precipitation (CAAP) and Composition of Atmospheric Deposition (CAD). Whilst there is currently no network set up to measure atmospheric deposition in South Asia, research of atmospheric deposition in the region has recently become a part of the South Asian Nitrogen Centre's mandate. In the attached document, the Deputy Director of the South Asia Nitrogen Centre, Umesh Kulshrestha, provides an overview on atmospheric deposition of nitrogen in South Asia.

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