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Summary for Policy Makers
Chapter 1: Introduction
Lead Author: Mark Sutton, Natural Environment Research Council, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Edinburgh, UK.Part A - Nitrogen in Europe: the present position
Chapter 2: The European nitrogen problem in a global perspective
Lead Author: Jan Willem Erisman, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN), Biomass, Coal & Environmental Research.
Chapter 3: Benefits of nitrogen for food, fibre and industrial production
Joint Lead Authors: Lars Stoumann Jensen & Jan K Schjoerring, University of Copenhagen.
Chapter 4: Nitrogen in current European policies
Lead Author: Oene Oenema, Professor of 'Nutrient Management and soil fertility', in the Soil Quality section (Wageningen University), Program Leader of the Environmental Planning office / Agriculture ֠environment interactions Alterra, Research Institute of the Green Environment, The Netherlands
Chapter 5: The need to integrate nitrogen science and policies
Lead Author: Mark Sutton, Natural Environment Research Council, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Edinburgh, UK.
Chapter 6: Nitrogen processes in terrestrial ecosystems
Joint Lead Authors: Per Gunderson, Senior Scientist, Forest & Landscape Denmark & Klaus Butterbach-Bahl, Head of Research Group "Regionalisation of biogenic trace gas emissions", Institute for Meteorology and Climate Research, Germany
Chapter 7: Nitrogen processes in aquatic ecosystems
Joint Lead Authors: Patrick Durand, Directeur de Recherche, UMR Sol-Agronomie Spatialisation, INRA-Agrocampus Rennes, France, Lutz Breuer, Institute for Landscape Ecology and Resources Management (ILR), Germany & Penny Johnes, University of Reading.
Chapter 8: Nitrogen processes in coastal and marine ecosystems
Lead Author: Maren Voss, Head of group Stable Isotopes, Leibniz Institute for Baltic Research, Warnemünde, Germany.
Chapter 9: Nitrogen processes in the atmosphere
Lead Author: Ole Hertel, Head of Section/Senior Researcher, Aarhus University, Denmark.Part C - Dispersion, budgets and impacts of nitrogen on different scales
Chapter 10: Nitrogen flows in farming systems across Europe
Lead Author: Steve Jarvis, University of Exeter.
Chapter 11. Nitrogen flows and fate in rural landscapes
Lead Author: Pierre Cellier, INRA Unité Mixte de Recherche INRA / AgroParisTech "Environnement et Grandes Cultures", France
Chapter 12. Nitrogen flows and fate in urban landscapes
Joint Lead Authors: Anastasia Svirejeva-Hopkins, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Germany & Stefan Reis, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Edinburgh, UK.
Chapter 13. Nitrogen flows from European watersheds to coastal marine waters
Lead Author: Gilles Billen, UMR Sisyphe, CNRS/UPMC, France.
Chapter 14: Atmospheric transport and deposition of nitrogen in Europe
Lead Author: David Simpson, EMEP MSC-W, Norwegian Meteorological Inst. & Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.
Chapter 15. Geographic variation in terrestrial nitrogen budgets across Europe
Lead Author: Wim de Vries, Alterra, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands
Chapter 16: Integrating nitrogen fluxes at the European scale
Lead Author: Adrian Leip, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Environment and Sustainability, Climate Change Unit, Ispra, Italy.
Chapter 17: Nitrogen as a threat to European water quality
Lead Author: Bruna Grizzetti, Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy.
Chapter 18: Nitrogen as a threat to European air quality
Lead Authors: Peringe Grennfelt & John Munthe, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute Ltd Sweden.
Chapter 19: Nitrogen as a threat to the European greenhouse balance
Lead Author: Klaus Butterbach-Bahl, Head of Research Group "Regionalisation of biogenic trace gas emissions", Institute for Meteorology and Climate Research, Germany.
Chapter 20: Nitrogen as a threat to European terrestrial biodiversity
Lead Author: Nancy Dise, Environmental and Geographical Sciences, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.
Chapter 21: Nitrogen as a threat to European soil quality
Lead Author: Gerard Velthof, Soil Science Centre, ALTERRA - Research Institute for the Green World, The Netherlands.Part E - European nitrogen policies and future challenges
Chapter 22. Costs and benefits of nitrogen in the environment
Lead Author: Corjan Brink & Hans van Grinsven, Senior Researcher, Dept. of Agriculture and Rural Areas, Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, The Netherlands.
Chapter 23. Integrated approaches to nitrogen management
Lead Author: Oene Oenema, Professor of 'Nutrient Management and soil fertility', in the Soil Quality section (Wageningen University), Program Leader of the Environmental Planning office / Agriculture - environment interactions Alterra, Research Institute of the Green Environment, The Netherlands
Chapter 24: Future scenarios of nitrogen in Europe
Lead Author: Wilfried Winniwarter, IIASA.
Chapter 25: Coordinating European nitrogen policies between directives and international conventions
Lead Author: Keith Bull, CEH, UK.
Chapter 26: Societal choice and communicating the European nitrogen challenge
Lead Author: David Reay, Lecturer in Carbon Management, School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh, UK.Glossary Index