Welcome to DNDC!
DNDC (i.e., DeNitrification-DeComposition) is a computer simulation model of carbon and nitrogen
biogeochemistry in agro-ecosystems. The model can be used for predicting crop growth, soil temperature and moisture regimes, soil
carbon dynamics, nitrogen leaching, and emissions
of trace gases including nitrous oxide (N2O), nitric oxide (NO), dinitrogen (N2), ammonia (NH3),
methane (CH4) and carbon
This web site allows you to download a package of the latest version
of DNDC and relevant models and documents. The user's guides contain detailed information to assist you to operate the models.
- The DNDC Model
(a computer simulation model for predicting crop yield, soil carbon sequestration, nitrogen leaching, and trace gas emissions in agro-ecosystems with
- The Forest-DNDC Model
(a computer simulation model for predicting forest production, soil carbon sequestration, and trace gas emissions in upland and wetland forested ecosystems with
- The Manure-DNDC Model
(a computer simulation model for estimating greenhouse gas and ammonia emissions in livestock farms)
- The US-DNDC Model
(a decision support system for quantifying impacts of management alternatives on greenhouse gas emissions from agro-ecosystems in the U.S.)
- The Elkhorn Slough-DNDC Model
(a decision support system for predicting greenhouse gas emissions and nitrogen loading for Elkhorn Slough in California)
- The Old Woman Creek-DNDC Model
(a decision support system for predicting greenhouse gas emissions and nitrogen loading for Old Woman Creek watershed in Ohio)
- DNDC-related papers and documents
In case if you have any questions or comments, please contact Jia.Deng@unh.edu. Thanks.