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- Liu, Kun, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Environmental Science & Technology 2014 v.48 no.23 pp. 13800-13807
- adverse effects; aquatic environment; carbon dioxide; catalytic activity; denitrification; enzyme activity; enzymes; eutrophication; gases; global warming; glycolysis; greenhouse gas emissions; greenhouse gases; humans; nanoparticles; nitrates; nitrogen; nitrous oxide; polyhydroxybutyrate; transcription (genetics); zinc oxide
- ... Over the past few decades, human activities have accelerated the rates and extents of water eutrophication and global warming through increasing delivery of biologically available nitrogen such as nitrate and large emissions of anthropogenic greenhouse gases. In particular, nitrous oxide (N₂O) is one of the most important greenhouse gases, because it has a 300-fold higher global warming potential ...