Public Project Repository

The following list covers all outputs (deliverables, products and publications) allocated to the UNCNET project. As much as possible and useful in the context of project development, documents are made accessible via direct download or links. We expect the repository to be maintained beyond the duration of the project (April 1, 2019 – February 28, 2022, 35 months).

Deliverables:

D1/1: Kick-off meeting report including project inception report (not publicly available)

D1/2: Report from the first project plenary – CLICK HERE

D2/1: Draft concept of urban nitrogen flows. To download this document – CLICK HERE

D2/2: Final concept of urban nitrogen flows including uncertainty considerations. To download this document – CLICK HERE

Erratum D2/2: Correction of the final concept of urban nitrogen flows including uncertainty considerations. To download this document – CLICK HERE

D3/1: Estimates of ammonia emissions from urban agricultural activities. To download this document – CLICK HERE

D3/2: A quantitative estimate of the impacts of ammonia emissions on urban PM2.5 air quality. To download this document – CLICK HERE

D4/1: Development of high-resolution N inputs and irrigation datasets from agricultural soils. To download this document – CLICK HERE

D5/1: Draft concept of urban agricultural nitrogen flows. To download this document – CLICK HERE

D5/2: Clear concept of urban agricultural nitrogen flows. To download this document – CLICK HERE

D6/1: General guidance to quantify N in waste and waste water. To download this document – CLICK HERE

D7/1: Conceptual Nitrogen Budge. To download this document – CLICK HERE

D8/1a: Report from stakeholder workshop I. To download this document – CLICK HERE

D9/1: Dissemination concept. To download this document – CLICK HERE

 

Publications:

Adalibieke et al. (2021). “Decoupling between ammonia emission and crop production in China due to policy interventions” [Global Change Biology]

Bai et al. (2019). “Further Improvement of Air Quality in China Needs Clear Ammonia Mitigation Target” [Environmental Science & Technology – open access]

Greinert et al. (2020). “The Use of Plant Biomass Pellets for Energy Production by Combustion in Dedicated Furnaces” [Energies – open access]

Jakubaszek (2021). “Nitrogen and Phosphorus Accumulation in Horizontal Subsurface Flow Constructed Wetland” [Agronomy – open access]

Jiang et al. (2021). “Is rice field a nitrogen source or sink for the environment?” [Environmental Pollution]

Jin et al. (2020). “Spatial Planning Needs to Drastically Reduce Nitrogen and Phosphorus Surpluses in China’s Agriculture” [Environmental Science & Technology]

Liu et. al. (2020). “The nonlinear response of fine particulate matter pollution to ammonia emission reductions in North China” [Environmental Research Letters]

Lu et. al. (2021). “The underappreciated role of agricultural soil nitrogen oxide emissions in ozone pollution regulation in North China” [Nature Communications – open access]

Shang et al. (2019). “Weakened growth of cropland‐N2O emissions in China associated with nationwide policy interventions” [Global Change Biology – open access]

Wang H. et al. (2021). “Strategies to reduce ammonia emissions from livestock and their cost-benefit analysis: A case study of Sheyang county” [Environmental Pollution (link valid until 23rd October 2021)]

Wang Q. et al. (2019). “Data-driven estimates of global nitrous-oxide emissions from croplands ” [National Science Review]

Winiwarter et al. (2020). “Urban nitrogen budgets: flows and stock changes of potentially polluting nitrogen compounds in cities and their surroundings – a review” [Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences – open access]

Zhan et al. (2020). “Improved Estimates of Ammonia Emissions from Global Croplands” [Environmental Science & Technology]

Zhou et. al. (2020). “Deceleration of China’s human water use and its key drivers” [Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences]

 

Conference Presentations

Winiwarter, W. (2021, June). “Nitrogen balances in urban areas: purpose and potentials” [Presentation]. INI 8th Global Nitrogen Conference, online.

Greinert, A. (2021, September). “Anthropogenic soils in the context of water and chemical elements circulation in urban environment” [Presentation, book contribution]. Plant productivity and food safety: Soil science, Microbiology, Agricultural Genetics and Food quality, online.

 

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