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Evaluating nitrogen taxation scenarios using the dynamic whole farm simulation model FASSET

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  • Berntsen, J.
  • Petersen, B. M.
  • Jacobsen, B. H.
  • Olesen, J. E.
  • Hutchings, N. J.

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  • Berntsen, J. & Petersen, B. M. & Jacobsen, B. H. & Olesen, J. E. & Hutchings, N. J., 2003. "Evaluating nitrogen taxation scenarios using the dynamic whole farm simulation model FASSET," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, vol. 76(3), pages 817-839, June.
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