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Integrated Strategy for the Reduction of Nitrogen Emissions


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Fluxes of reactive nitrogen compounds1 caused or massively changed by human activity constitute a cross-cutting problem in environmental protection. The intensification of the nitrogen cycle makes it possible to supply a growing world population with protein-rich food, but has considerable adverse effects on the environment and human health. 

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background paper
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11
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Umweltbundesamt (Hrsg.)
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