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Modeling agricultural surpluses in whole France with NOPOLU System2
Calculation of Agricultural surpluses on yearly basis Why and How modeling surpluses Description of the model Approach using CLC Some recent adaptations
Synthesis on whole France On NUTS4 level On watershed level
Nitrogen net load aggregated on NUTS4
Nitrogen net load aggregated on watershed
Nitrogen net load density on agricultural areas aggregated on NUTS4 level
Nitrogen net load density on agricultural areas aggregated on CLC2 NUTS4 level
Nitrogen net load density on agricultural areas aggregated on watershed level
Europe Atmospheric deposit from model EMEP year 2000 results on square grid 50x50 km
Zoom on France Atmospheric deposit from model EMEP year 2000 results on square grid 50x50 km
Atmospheric deposit aggregated by NUTS4 (Source model EMEP year 2000)
Nitrogen total load density on whole entity aggregated par canton
Nitrogen total load density on whole entity aggregated by watershed
Nitrogen surpluses density on agricultural areas aggregated by watershed
Nitrogen net load aggregated on NUTS4 for Maize (D06)
Nitrogen net load density aggregated on NUTS4 for Maize (D06)
Synthetic Fertilizer density by NUTS4 entity for Maize (D06)
Organic Fertilizer density by NUTS4 entity for Maize (D06)
Nitrogen surpluses density on NUTS4 entity level for Maize (D06)
Nitrogen surpluses on NUTS4 entity level for Maize (D06)
Pig's live stocks by NUTS4
Nitrogen load to atmosphere from pigs (J/13)
Nitrogen manageable load from pigs (J/13)
Nitrogen net load from pigs (J/13)
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