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Title:Microbial kinetics and thermodynamic (MKT) processes for soil organic matter decomposition and dynamic oxidation-reduction potential: Model descriptions and applications to soil N2O emissions 
Authors:Bhanja, S.N., J. Wang, N.K. Shrestha and X. Zhang 
Journal:Environmental Pollution 
Volume (Issue):247 
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Broad Application Category:hydrologic and pollutant 
Primary Application Category:GHG and/or ammonia emissions 
Secondary Application Category:nitrogen cycling/loss and transport 
Watershed Description:Three different sites in the Province of Saskatchewan, Canada. 
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General Comments:The study includes discussion of the following: (1) modelling of the soil organic matter (SOM) decomposition and the associated processes, (2) integrated microbial kinetics and thermodynamics for dynamic chemical composition, (3) SOM decomposition processes used to decipher soil N2O emissions, and (4) watershed-scale soil N2O emissions. 
Keywords:Soil organic matter decomposition modelling; Soil oxidation-reduction potential dynamics; Soil N2O emission; Soil biogeochemical cycle modelling; Soil greenhouse gas emission modelling