Articles | Volume 4, issue 3
https://doi.org/10.5194/soil-4-213-2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/soil-4-213-2018
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13 Sep 2018
Original research article |  | 13 Sep 2018

Continental soil drivers of ammonium and nitrate in Australia

Juhwan Lee, Gina M. Garland, and Raphael A. Viscarra Rossel

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Soil nitrogen (N) is an essential element for plant growth, but its plant-available forms are subject to loss from the environment by leaching and gaseous emissions. Still, factors controlling soil mineral N concentrations at large spatial scales are not well understood. We determined and discussed primary soil controls over the concentrations of NH4+ and NO3 at the continental scale of Australia while considering specific dominant land use patterns on a regional basis.