Interactive comment on "Greenhouse gas emissions from Indian rice fields: calibration and upscaling using the DNDC model" by H. Pathak al

Pathak, H.
December 2005
Biogeosciences;2005 Supplement, pS117
Academic Journal
Presents the authors' response to comments on their paper "Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Indian Rice Fields: Calibration and Upscaling Using the DNDC Model." Sentence which contain the phrase adequately capture; Different datasets used for calibration and testing the model; Initial peak in nitrous oxide emissions at the beginning of the year.


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