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numbers were the major cause of fluctuation in emissions.Livestock NUE is defined as the ratio of removed N(including all animal products), and the input N (includinganimal feed, and grassland fertilizer, BNF, and Ndeposition). It steadily increased from 3.4% in 1961 toabout 5.3% in 2013, mainly due to increasing grazingstock densities. Average grazing densities in pastoral zonesof Australia reached 0.26 dry sheep equivalent (DSE, astandard unit denoting a two-year-old, 45 kg Merinosheep) per ha in 2011, representing a 50% growth overthe previous 20 years [36]. This could be explained by
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