Monday, 17 June 2024

Time Details
10:00 Start of registration
13:30 Opening session
Opening speech 1 Eskild Holm Nielsen, Dean for the Faculty of Technical Sciences, Aarhus University
Opening speech 2 Jørgen E. Olesen, Head of the Department of Agrocecology, Aarhus University
Opening speech 3 Thor Gunnar Kofoed, Vice President Landbrug og Fødevarer
13:45 - 14.30 Keynote Spatial variation in the cooling and warming impacts of anthropogenic nitrogen at global scale (Wim de Vries)
14:45 - 15:15 Coffee/snacks
15:15 - 16:30 Sessions Room 1 - N loss - Drivers of N gas emissions Room 2 - NUE Room 3 - Recycling
15:15-15:30 Effects of different N managements on reducing reactive N gases in greenhouse vegetable cultivation (Tiantian Miao, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences) 15:15-15:30 Fertilizer dependency complements nitrogen use efficiency to improve sustainable management in agros (Miguel Quemada, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid) 15:15-15:30 Agronomic performance of Nitrogen-rich, biobased fertilizers  across European field trial sites (Lærke Wester-Larsen, University of Copenhagen)
15:30-15:45 Drivers and origins of nitrous oxide emissions in winter wheat (Fabio Turco, ETH Zurich) 15:30-15:45 Radish-based cover crop mixtures mitigate N leaching and increase N availability to the cash crop (Gerlinde De Deyn, Wageningen University) 15:30-15:45 Recycling Nitrogen from urban wastes to organic farming – a scenario analysis (Marie Reimer, Aarhus University)
15:45-16:00 Spatial and temporal variability of nitrous oxide fluxes in a German crop rotation (Paulina Englert, University of Goettingen) 15:45-16:00 Validated simulation of a long-term experiment reveals a pathway to improve productivity and NUE (Julianne Lilley, CSIRO Australia) 15:45-16:00 Human N excretions as fertilizers in France:  current situation,  potential, and geospatial matching (Thomas Starck, Ecole des Ponts)
16:00-16:15 N2 and N2O fluxes and processes depending on biogas digestate application technique (Reinhard Well, Thünen Institute) 16:00-16:15 The potential of agronomic management to reach required NUEs on croplands at global scale (Gerard Ros, Wageningen University) 16:00-16:15 Current status nitrogen cycling arable farms in the Netherlands in relation to environmental effects (Marloes van Loon, Wageningen University and Research)
16:15-16:30 Measuring denitrification using innovative techniques (Irina Yankelzon, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute for Meteorology and Climate Research, Atmospheric Environmental Research (IMK-IFU)) 16:15-16:30 Trends and Drivers of Nitrogen Use Efficiency on Irish Livestock Farms 2013 - 2021 (Michele McCormack, Teagasc Ireland) 16:15-16:30 Predicting cover crop nitrogen residual effect to optimize fertilizer reductions (Chiara De Notaris, CMCC Foundation - Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change)
16:45 - 17:30 Keynote Nitrogen options in Europe and Southern Asia (Ute Skiba)
17:45 - 18:45 Poster presentations Poster sessions in room 4
18:45 Welcome reception
21:00 End of day 1

Tuesday, 18 June 2024

Time Details
09:00 - 09:45 Keynote Decarbonization in a eutrophic world (Xin Zhang)
10:00 - 11:00 Sessions Room 1 - N loss  Controls of NH3 emissions Room 2 - NUE Room 3 - Recycling
10:00-10:15 Can slurry amendments mitigate ammonia emissions during storage? (Dominika Krol, Teagasc Ireland) 10:00-10:15 Biomass yield and nitrogen use efficiency over nine years in annual and perennial cropping systems (Søren Ugilt Larsen, Aarhus University) 10:00-10:15 Sustainable management of animal manure and biogas digestate using separation & pyrolysis technology (Saadat Malghani, University of Copenhagen)
10:15-10:30 Urine Nitrogen Concentration influences Ammonia Emissions following Urine Deposition (Ernest Osei-Asante, University College Dublin / Teagasc, Environment Research Centre) 10:15-10:30 Ammonium supply, an alternative potential to improve the nitrogen use efficiency in oil palm (Hernan M. Romero, Universidad Nacional Colombia) 10:15-10:30 Fishery waste-derived organic fertilisers as alternatives for nitrogen fertilization (Jingsi Zhang, Ghent University)
10:30-10:45 Sensing Soil Processes – Chemical Imaging of Ammonia Dynamics and Soil Microenvironments (Theresa Merl, Aarhus University) 10:30-10:45 Effects of regional patterns,farm structure and drought events on nitrogen use efficiency in Germany (Philipp Löw, Thünen Institute) 10:30-10:45 Partial replacement of mineral N fertilisers with animal manures in an apple orchard (Catarina Esteves, School of Agriculture University of Lisbon (ISA))
10:45-11:00 Effect of an urease- and a nitrification inhibitor on ammonia and nitrous oxide losses after urea-am (Jakob Klein, University of Hohenheim) 10:45-11:00 Challenges and Way Forward to Increase Nitrogen Use Efficiency (Md. Mizanur Rahman, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University) 10:45-11:00 Fish sludge as fertilizer (Bente Foereid, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research (NIBIO))
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 - 13:00 Sessions Room 1 - N loss  N leaching I Room 2 - NUE Room 3 - Recycling Landcraft Centre - Nitrogen Communication
11:30-11:45 Managing crop residue to reduce the N losses of crop production in the US Corn Belt (Tomas Della Chiesa, Iowa State University) 11:30-11:45 Optimizing N fertilization in silage maize (Josephine Bukowiecki, Kiel University) 11:30-11:45 Coagulants and flocculants remove nitrogen from diluted dairy manure (Jose A. Lopez, The University of Melbourne) 11:30-11:45 How much do consumers care about their nitrogen footprint?: A comparative study with other environme (Shinsuke KYOI, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan)
11:45-12:00 Temporal patterns of soil NO3- concentration and leaching differ greatly between 1 m and 2 m depth (Jorge Federico Miranda-Vélez, Aarhus University) 11:45-12:00 Site-specific management zones for crop rotation based on NDVI images of clover-grass fields (Tobias Reuter, Osnabrueck University of Applied Sciences) 11:45-12:00 Effect of slurry separation on ammonia and greenhouse gas emissions during slurry storage and field application (Anna Holm Støckler, Aarhus University) 11:45-12:00 Paving the path towards a better understanding of the nitrogen cycle in agricultural systems (João Serra, Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Portugal)
12:00-12:15 Nitrogen and phosphorous load reduction approach for catchments to reach water quality targets (Peter Schipper, Wageningen University and Research) 12:00-12:15 Nitrogen value and environmental impacts by plasma treatment of digestate (Henrik B. Møller, Aarhus University) 12:00-12:15 Nitrogen rich vegetable residues: lost to the environment or recycled as a resource? A review (Hanne Lakkenborg Kristensen, Aarhus University) 12:00-12:15 Pursuing just and transformative adaptation to climate change through equal multi-stakeholder commun (Masako Ichihara, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan)
12:15-12:30 More than 30 years of wetland restoration in Denmark: Nitrogen removal and future perspectives (Nichlas Hermansen, Aarhus University) 12:15-12:30 Performance of Urease and Nitrification Inhibitors on N-Use-Efficiency of mineral N-Fertilizers (Julian Brokötter, Kiel University) 12:15-12:30 Mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions through shade systems and application of biochar and compost (Joseph Anokye, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology) 12:15-12:30 The nitrogen footprint of Denmark – Understanding Danish consumption patterns (Jacques Louis Vos, Aarhus University)
12:30-12:45 Mechanisms of Nitrogen Loss Reduction Within Intensified Agriculture Systems (Shalamar Armstrong, Purdue University Agronomy) 12:30-12:45 Advancing Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Agriculture: Field and Controlled Environment Strategies (Ivan Paponov, Aarhus University) 12:30-12:45 Environmental and economic trade-offs of using organic amendments as partial substitute of fertiliser (Daniele De Rosa, University of Basilicata) 12:30-12:45 Planetary and regional ‘nitrogen boundaries’ - effective for communicating nitrogen issues? (Lena Schulte-Uebbing, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency)
12:45-13:00 Trends of nitrate concentration and transport in agricultural headwater streams in Denmark (Rasmus Jes Petersen, Aarhus University) 12:45-13:00 Integration of UAV data and soil-crop modelling for Nitrogen Monitoring (N.C. Vavlas, Wageningen University & Research) 12:45-13:00 On Farm Implementation of Nutrient Recovery Technologies (Helmut Georg Döhler, DöhlerAgrar)
13.15 - 14:00 Lunch
14:15 - 15:00 Keynote Bridging microbial community ecology and N-cycling (Laurent Philippot)
15:15 - 16:45 Sessions Room 1 - N loss  Investigating models Room 2 - NUE Room 3 - Organic Landcraft Centre - Nitrogen Communication
15:15-15:30 Using ARMOSA model for assessing the effect of two cropping systems on regional N2O soil emissions (Giorgio Ragaglini, University of Milan) 15:15-15:30 Optimizing nitrogen fertilizer value by post-treatment of digestates (Marie Reimer, Aarhus University) 15:15-15:45 Christine Watson - Keynote Special session Future Design Seminar
15:30-15:45 Lessons from reviewing APSIM’s soil nitrogen modelling capability (Kirsten Verburg, CSIRO Australia) 15:30-15:45 New approaches to address the challenge of low nitrogen use efficiency in agriculture (Helen Suter, University of Melbourne) 15:45-15:55 Recycling and sources of nitrogen to double the organic farmland of Denmark – a knowledge synthesis (Hanne Lakkenborg Kristensen, Aarhus University)
15:45-16:00 Seasonal variability of nitrate concentrations below the root zone: A predictive modeling approach (Franca Giannini-Kurina, Aarhus University) 15:45-16:00 Prediction of winter wheat nitrogen status using UAV imagery, weather data, and machine learning ( Takashi S. T. Tanaka, Aarhus University) 15:55-16:05 Higher than expected: Nitrogen use efficiencies over 35 years of organic and conventional cropping (Jochen Mayer, Agroscope Switzerland)
16:00-16:15 Establishing the fertiliser N budget in Australian grain systems – informing APSIM using 15N recover (Naoya Takeda, Queensland University of Technology) 16:00-16:15 Enhancing nitrogen use efficiency in rice and wheat (Panneerselvam Peramaiyan, International Rice Research Institute, India) 16:05-16:15 Can mulch and cover crops provide better nutrient status in vegetables? (Mette Goul Thomsen, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research)
16:15-16:30 Uncertainty in model predictions of ammonia volatilization from field-applied animal slurry (Sasha D. Hafner, Aarhus University) 16:15-16:30 Deep roots and nitrogen, - catch it, before it is down and out (Kristian Thorup-Kristensen, University of Copenhagen) 16:15-16:45 Round table discussion
16:30-16:45 Understanding the fate of N species in the agricultural systems (Jize Jiang, ETH Zuerich) 16:30-16:45 Nitrogen application and N harvest in major cereal crops in South Asia (Tapan Kumar Adhya, Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology)
16:45 Coffee
Group picture
17:15 - 18:30 Poster presentations in room 4
18:30 End of day 2
TFRN dinner (closed)

Wednesday, 19 June 2024

Time Details
09:00 - 16:00 Field trips

Excursion 1: AU Viborg

During this 1-day excursion, the participants will first experience the current field trials and research areas in the field of nitrogen of the Department of Agroecology at AU Viborg. After lunch, the group will continue to Viborg to visit SAMSON AGRO for a demonstration of their equipment, before returning to Aarhus late afternoon.

Excursion 2: AU Auning and The Green Museum/Gl. Estrup Manor Museum

The excursion will visit the new field research station AU Auning for production of fruit, berries, vegetables, and legumes of the Department of Food Science from Aarhus University. Field trials focusing on low nitrogen and climate impact of food production are presented. After lunch, the participants will have the chance to visit the nearby Green Museum and the Gl. Estrup Manor Museum, which are the inspiring national museums for Agriculture, Hunting, Food and Manor history (About The Green Museum - Det Grønne Museum (

Excursion 3: Norsminde catchment and the Moesgaard Museum

The first part of this excursion will cover a visit of the Aarhus University research location at Norsminde Fjord south of Aarhus, which acts as catchment area regarding nitrogen leaching. It will be followed by a visit to the Moesgaard Museum in the afternoon, which is internationally known for both its archaeological and ethnographical exhibitions and its modern architecture (Moesgaard Museum | Unique exhibits - Beautiful architecture).

Thursday, 20 June 2024

Time Details
09:00 - 09:45 Keynote Lessons from cost-benefit analyses of the nitrogen cascade for policy support from national, to European and global scale (Hans van Grinsven)
10:00 - 11:00 Sessions Room 1 - N loss   Biological controls of emissions Room 2 - Incentives (short talks) Room 3 - Food
10:00-10:15 Riparian zones as N2O and CH4 hotspots: Incidence of extreme weather events and vegetation (Alberto Sanz-Cobeña, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) 10:00-10:08 Enhancing soybean nodulation and yield through additional inoculation with Bradyrhizobium japonicum (Juliana Trindade Martins, Aarhus University)

10:00-10:15 The role of nitrogen in the food systems and bioeconomy transformation (Adrian Leip, European Commission)

10:15-10:30 Global meta-analysis reveals influence of symbiotic type of nitrogen fixing trees on GHG (Nan Xu, Aarhus University) 10:08-10:15 A crop forecast-based approach for season-specific nitrogen application in winter wheat (Marlene Palka, Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF)) 10:15-10:30 Consumption-based assessments of nitrogen losses from the global food system (José M. Mogollón, Leiden University)
10:30-10:45 Effect of a PGP-based biostimulant application on N2O emissions in a maize crop (Maddi Malatsetxebarria, University of the Basque Country) 10:15-10:22 Assessing Policy-Induced Adaption of Crop Choices: A Case Study for the German Implementation of the (Till Kuhn, University of Bonn) 10:30-10:45 Myths and facts about plant and animal protein in human nutrition (Rasmus Einarsson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences)
10:45-11:00 Identifying phenotypic traits for the reduction of nitrogen losses from wild barley accessions (Marvin Daniel Eguizabal Garcia, Aarhus University) 10:22-10:30 NUTRI-CHECK NET: Developing a Measure-to-Manage approach for Crop Nutrition across Europe (Despina Berdeni, ADAS) 10:45-11:00 Development and evaluation of agricultural nitrogen budgets in Denmark and Sweden (Diego Grados, Aarhus University)
10:30-10:38 Costs and efficiency of environmental technologies as basis for future BAT limits for finisher pigs (Peter Kai, Aarhus University)
10:38-10:45 Climate change impact on hydrological and nitrogen cycling in an intensive agricultural watersheds (Wafa Malik, INRAE)
10:45-10:52 MIXED farming, agroforestry systems and landscape scale guidance for integrated nitrogen management (Tommy Dalgaard, Aarhus University)
10:52-11:00 Overview over Posters
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 - 13:00 Sessions Room 1 - N loss  Cover crops and post-harvest N losses Room 2 - Incentives  Room 3 - Food Landcraft Centre
11:30-11:45 Assessing the Impact of Cover Crops on N2O Emission (Maria Skovgaard Andersen, Copenhagen University) 11:30-11:45 Soil carbon and nitrogen under compositionally different pasture systems (Helen Suter, University of Melbourne) 11:30-11:45 Food self-sufficiency in small islands: an approach based on nitrogen flows (Gilles Billen, The National Centre for Scientific Research - CNRS, France) Future Design Seminar 
11:45-12:00 Cover crops and soil tillage differently affect N2O emissions (Christian Dold, Aarhus University) 11:45-12:00 Impact of nitrogen management on crop performance, agronomic nitrogen use efficiency, soil health an (Hoang Thi Thai Hoa, University of Agriculture and Forestry, Hue University, Vietnam) 11:45-12:00 Côte d’Ivoire’s agro-food systems at a crossroads: Nitrogen fertilization and crop production (Julia Le Noë, The French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development)
12:00-12:15 Nitrogen Release from Cover Crops  (Anne Bhogal , ADAS Sustainable Agricultural Systems)  12:00-12:15 Impact of changing agricultural management on the exceedance of empirical critical loads of nitrogen (Alberto Sanz-Cobeña, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) 12:00-12:15 (digital) Quantifying the impact of an abrupt reduction in mineral nitrogen fertilization on crop yield in the European Union (Federica Pacifico, European Commission Joint Research Centre)
12:15-12:30 Detecting Field-level Cover Crop Growth and Tillage Intensity in the EU (Sheng Wang, Aarhus University) 12:15-12:30 Discordance between farmers and scientists – perspectives on nitrogen reduction measure in Denmark (Sara V. Iversen, Aarhus University) 12:15-12:30 Emergy approach to the sustainable use of ecosystems towards better soil and nitrogen management (Joana Marinheiro, University of Lisbon - School of agriculture)
12:30-12:45 Cover crop and nitrogen dose: Measurement of GHG emissions with automated chamber (Samuel Franco Luesma, Spanish National Research Council) 12:30-12:45 Advancing nitrogen management in Swiss agriculture: A policy-oriented assessment of manure nitrogen (Carole Epper, Agroscope Switzerland) 12:30-12:45 Key Causal Predictors of Theoretical Maximum Yields across Europe (Ludovic Harter, French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development)
12:45-13:00 Evaluating the potential of easily degradable soil additives for reducing post-harvest nitrogen loss (Nicolas Brueggemann, Research Centre Juelich) 12:45-13:00 Tackling the Dutch nitrogen crisis: Policies and Challenges in Agricultural Nitrogen Reduction (Lena Schulte-Uebbing, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL)) 12:45-13:00 The Nitrogen Footprint of Ukraine:  room for reduction through changing personal diet (Sergiy Medinets, UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH))
13.15 - 14:00 Lunch
14:15 - 15:00 Keynote Towards food self-sufficiency of territorial agri-food systems: different degrees in N circularity (Josette Garnier)
15:oo - 16:00 Sessions Room 1 - N loss  Predicting NH3 emissions Room 2 - NUE Room 3 - Organic
15:00-15:15 Machine Learning Approaches for Ammonia Volatilization Prediction after Manure Application (Armand Favrot, INRAE) 15:00-15:15 Unlocking the legacy: A mechanistic model for assessing NUE in organic fertilizers (Carole Epper, Agroscope Switzerland) 15:00-15:10 Contribution of livestock to organic agriculture: modelling nitrogen flows at the  national scale (Fanny Vergely, INRAE)
15:15-15:30 Improving the estimation of ammonia emissions from synthetic fertilizers (Nick Hutchings, Aarhus University) 15:15-15:30 Soil Fertility Management on Nitrogen Use Efficiency and Productivity of Potato in Sri Lanka (S.P. Nissanka, University Peradeniya) 15:10-15:20 Clover grass for biogas enables farm gate nitrogen balance in organic farming (Morten Winther Vestenaa, Innovationcenter for Økologisk Landbrug P/S Denmark)
15:30-15:45 Improve air quality by adjusting nitrogen fertilization practices: the key role of dynamic bottom-up (Sophie Génermont, INRAE) 15:30-15:45 Increasing nitrogen use efficiency in cropping systems – an Australian perspective  (Susanne Schmidt, University of Queensland) 15:20-15:30 Efficacy of plant biostimulants under optimal and suboptimal N applications on organic potato (Mesfin T. Gebremikael, Aarhus University)
15:45-16:00 The Canadian Inventory for Ammonia Emissions from Agriculture: Successes and Challenges (Shabtai Bittman, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada) 15:45-16:00 Nitrogen use efficiency of plasma technology treated digestate compared to untreated, acidified and (Sofia Delin, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences) 15:30-16:00 Round table discussion
16.00 - 16:30 Coffie break
16:30 - 18.00 Sessions Room 1 - N loss   N leaching II Room 2 - Livestock Room 3 - N loss  Effects of nitrification inhibitors
16:30-16:45 Comparison of seasonal carbon and nitrogen dynamics in winter and spring cereals in Denmark (Maddie V. Schwartzkopff, University of Copenhagen) 16:30-16:45 Developing Sustainable Agricultural Budget Using System Dynamics Approach: Türkiye Case (Aysun Boşça, Ministry of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change, Turkey) 16:30-16:45 Nutrient amendments dictate N2O production pathways: Role of organic residue, urea, and inhibitors (Késia Silva Lourenço, Wageningen University & Research)
16:45-17:00 Nitrate losses in tile-drained agricultural catchments: insights from insitu sensors and stable isot (Gurpal S. Toor, University of Maryland) 16:45-17:00 Distribution of Nitrogen and Ammonia among livestock farms in Brittany (France) (Laurence Loyon, INRAE France) 16:45-17:00 Nitrous oxide emission reduction by inhibitors: A DNDC model simulation for a cold temperate climate (Azeem Tariq, University of Copenhagen)
17:00-17:15 Drivers of nitrogen cycling in managed wetland soils (Dominik Zak, Aarhus University) 17:00-17:15 Uncertainties in manure and fertilizer application and NH3 and N2O emissions from agriculture (Malte Lessmann, Wageningen University & Research) 17:00-17:15 Mitigating N2O emissions from an intensive coffee production system in northern Zambia (Dorien Westerik, Wageningen Environmental Research)
17:15-17:30 Modelling mitigation measures on N leaching and groundwater nitrate in the Netherlands (Yun-Feng Duan, Wageningen Environmental Research) 17:15-17:30 Mobile hen houses without floor panel and nitrogen leaching - a bottomless pit? (Frauke Deerberg, Kassel University) 17:15-17:30 Efficiency of DMPP to reduce nitrification  following application of various organic fertilizers (Aude Mancia, University of Liège)
17:30-17:45 Denitrification in groundwater is the key to targeted agricultural nitrogen management (Birgitte Hansen, GEUS Denmark) 17:30-17:45 Grazing dominantly regulates top soil organic nitrogen and carbon stocks in grasslands (Julia Kepp, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) 17:30-17:45 Are agronomic and environmental win-wins possible with EEFs? A case study from Australian cropping (David William Rowlings, Queensland University of Technology)
17:45-18:00 Assessing nitrate groundwater hotspots in Europe reveals an inadequate designation of Nitrate Vulner (João Serra, Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Portugal) 17:45-18:00 Fate of cattle urine nitrogen on pasture and effect on N2O emissions (Christof Ammann, Agroscope Switzerland) 17:45-18:00 Reducing denitrification losses from intensively managed sugarcane systems (Johannes Friedl, Institute of Soil Research, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria)
19:30 Bus transport from Søauditorium and city pick-up point
20:00 Gala dinner
23:00 Bus transport, end of day 4

Friday, 21 June 2024

Time Details
09:00 - 09:45 Keynote The role of nitrogen management in lowering greenhouse gas emissions from grazed livestock systems (Cecile de Klein)
10:00 - 11:00 Poster sessions Digital poster presentations in room 4
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 - 12:30 Sessions Room 1 - N loss   Grassland management Room 2 - N loss   Manure management and emissions Room 3 - N loss  Estimating regional N losses
11:30-11:45 Nitrate leaching from differently managed grass-clover leys in an organic cropping sequence (Mareike Beiküfner, Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences) 11:30-11:45 Are grooved floor systems a feasible measure to reduce ammonia emissions from dairy barns? (Wajid Umar, Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy) 11:30-11:45 Exploring Different Typologies of Nitrogen Surplus in Europe towards Reducing Agricultural Nitrogen (Masooma Batool, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ))
11:45-12:00 Liming halved N2O emissions following plowing of grass-clover mixtures in an acidic soil (Marina Azzaroli Bleken, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)) 11:45-12:00 Is leachate from stored dairy manure an important nitrogen loss pathway? (Sharon Aarons, Agriculture Victoria Research, Australia) 11:45-12:00 AgrosceNa-Up: nesting system and spatial scales in the long-term to improve N management (Luis Lassaletta, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)
12:00-12:15 Quantifying N2O fluxes in a managed grassland following the application of contrasting fertilisers (Angela Agyemang Duah, University College Dublin / Teagasc Environment Research Centre) 12:00-12:15 Significant reduction of ammonia, methane, and nitrous oxide emissions through covering of stockpile (Jesper Nørlem Kamp, Aarhus University) 12:00-12:15 Reducing Nonpoint Source Pollution Through Tax Under Climate Change (Jing Liu, Purdue University)
12:15-12:30 Seasonality, drivers and their legacy effects on N2O emissions from managed grassland in Finland (Mari Pihlatie, University of Helsinki) 12:15-12:30 Effect of separation and air-plasma technology on NH3 emissions from slurry applied to grassland (Johanna Pedersen, Aarhus University) 12:15-12:30 Towards understanding the fate of excess Nitrogen in the terrestrial system under a warming climate (Rohini Kumar, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research)
12:45 - 13:15 Closing session (closing remarks, poster prices etc.)
14:00 Lunch

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