Appendices and Supplemental Information
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Appendix 1.1 Who was involved in the California Nitrogen Assessment? (PDF, 60KB)
Appendix 1.2 Organizations contacted as part of the California Nitrogen Assessment (PDF, 64KB)
Appendix 1.3 List of questions and issues raised by stakeholders (PDF, 105KB)
Appendix 1.4 Review Editors for the California Nitrogen Assessment (PDF, 52KB)
Appendix 2.1 Income and patterns of demand for food
Appendix 3.1 Average N fertilizer application rates by crop, 1973 and 2005
Appendix 3.2 Are university N rate guidelines current?
Appendix 3.3 Published University of California N fertilizer rate guidelines for select crops
Appendix 3.4 Trends in crop, soil, and water management
Appendix 3.5 Methods for estimating NUE
Appendix 3.6 Complexity of industrial N processes
Appendix 3.7 N in California's solid waste
Appendix 4.1 Supplemental data tables for Chapters 3, 4, and 5 (PDF, 330KB)
Appendix 4.2 Mass balance methods and data sources (PDF, 256KB)
Appendix 6.1 Roster of stakeholder participants from workshops
Appendix 6.2 Background and process
Appendix 7.1 Technical options to control the nitrogen cascade in California agriculture
Appendix 7.2 Supporting material: explanation of calculations and evaluating uncertainty
Appendix 7.3 Can California crop production "go organic"?
Appendix 7.4 Lifecycle accounting and pollution trading: next generation decision-making
Appendix 7.5 Metrics for nitrogen management
Appendix 7.6 Toward a unified monitoring strategy for California's N cascade
Appendix 8.1 Experience with nitrogen policy instruments in practice: case studies (PDF, 205KB)
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