Fertiliser availability in a resource-limited world: Production and recycling of nitrogen and phosphorus
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KeywordsNitrogen fertiliser; Methane; Ammonia production; Phosphate rock reserves; Phosphorus cycle; Phosphorus requirement; Recycling;
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