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   dcterms:title "Human Activities that Form Reactive Nitrogen and Resulting Consequences in Environmental Reservoirs"^^xsd:string;
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   gcis:hasCaption "Once created, a molecule of reactive nitrogen has a cascading impact on people and ecosystems as it contributes to a number of environmental issues. Molecular terms represent oxidized forms of nitrogen primarily from fossil fuel combustion (such as nitrogen oxides, NO<sub>x</sub>), reduced forms of nitrogen primarily from agriculture (such as ammonia, NH<sub>3</sub>), and organic forms of nitrogen (N<sub>org</sub>) from various processes. NO<sub>y</sub> is all nitrogen-containing atmospheric gases that have both nitrogen and oxygen, other than nitrous oxide (N<sub>2</sub>O). NH<sub>x</sub> is the sum of ammonia (NH<sub>3</sub>) and ammonium (NH<sub>4</sub>). (Figure source: adapted from EPA 2011; Galloway et al. 2003; with input from USDA. USDA contributors were Adam Chambers and Margaret Walsh)."^^xsd:string;
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