derrierloisirs.fr
» » Ammonia and Nitrous Oxide Emissions Following Field-application of Manure: State of the Art Measurements in the Netherlands (Proceedings of the International Fertiliser Society)

Download Ammonia and Nitrous Oxide Emissions Following Field-application of Manure: State of the Art Measurements in the Netherlands (Proceedings of the International Fertiliser Society) ePub

Download Ammonia and Nitrous Oxide Emissions Following Field-application of Manure: State of the Art Measurements in the Netherlands (Proceedings of the International Fertiliser Society) ePub
  • ISBN 0853102929
  • ISBN13 978-0853102922
  • Language English
  • Publisher International Fertiliser Society
  • Formats doc lit mbr docx
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1279 kb
  • Size Fb2 1522 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 530


Fertiliser and manure application are important sources of nitrous oxide .

Fertiliser and manure application are important sources of nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions from agricultural soils. The current default IPCC emission factor of . % is independent of the type of fertiliser and manure, and application time, method and rate. However, in the IPCC Tiered system it is possible to use more specific emission factors that better reflect the actual fertiliser and manure. management in a given country or region.

Ammonia emissions were measured for up to. 2 weeks after manure application, using wind tunnels (one per plot) based on the design of Lockyer

Ammonia emissions were measured for up to. 2 weeks after manure application, using wind tunnels (one per plot) based on the design of Lockyer. 1984) and described in detail in Thorman et al. (2006a).

Nitrous oxide and methane emissions following application of animal manures to grassland. Restricting ammonia emissions in the application of animal wastes. Overview of measurements by DLO field measurement team 1990–1993. and van der Weerden . Ammonia emissions following the land spreading of solid manures. eds), Gaseous Nitrogen Emissions from Grasslands. IMAG-DLO-Wageningen, The Netherlands, ISSN 0926–7085.

Proceedings 701, International Fertiliser Society, Leek, 20 . Huijsmans, J. and Schils, . 2009) Ammonia and Nitrous Oxide Emissions Following Field Application of Manure: State of the Art Measurement in the Netherlands.

Proceedings 701, International Fertiliser Society, Leek, 20 p. Proceedings 655, International Fertiliser Society, Leek, 37 . .Webb, . Sorensen, . Velthof, . Amon, . Pinto, . Rodhe, . Salomon, . Hutchings, . Burczyk, P. and Reid, J. (2013) An Assessment of the Variation of Manure Nitrogen Efficiency throughout Europe and an Appraisal of Means to Increase Manure-N Efficiency.

emission of nitrous oxide from soil fertilized with anhydrous ammonia IAEA 1992 Manual on measurement of methane and nitrous oxide emissions from agriculture. International Atomic Energy Agency.

Bremner J M, Breitenbeck G A and Blackmer A M 1981 Effect of nitrapyrin on emission of nitrous oxide from soil fertilized with anhydrous ammonia. Galle B, Klemedtsson L and Griffith D W T 1994 Application of an micrometeorological method, an ultra-large chamber system, and conventional field chambers. IAEA 1992 Manual on measurement of methane and nitrous oxide emissions from agriculture.

Ammonia emissions can be reduced by managing the production, storage and spreading of manure. Nitrous oxide, a colourless gas produced as part of the nitrogen cycle. The world’s stocks of natural assets which include geology, soil, air, water and all living things. Some of the most established ways to do this are summarised in Table 1. Figure 1 provides an overview of the cost-effectiveness, acceptability and strength of evidence for a range of specific interventions. National Emission Ceilings Directive. Ammonia, a colourless gas which is both naturally occurring and manufactured.

How can nitrogen fertilizer nitrous oxide emissions? . Urea decreases nitrous oxide emissions compared with anhydrous ammonia in a Minnesota corn cropping system

How can nitrogen fertilizer nitrous oxide emissions? carbon dioxide, methane and N2O-N2O is the most important in all field crops but rice3. Following these practices will, in general, result in more N in the crop and less lost to the environment. Urea decreases nitrous oxide emissions compared with anhydrous ammonia in a Minnesota corn cropping system. Soil Science Society of America Journal 74:407-418.

Most measurements focused on the relative effects of application methods, soil or crop .

Most measurements focused on the relative effects of application methods, soil or crop conditions and manure characteristics on the NH 3 emission when applying manure on grassland and arable land. In the Netherlands, emissions factors are determined using the IHF method, which is conceptually simple and does not have the wall effects that hampers the use of chambers.

Methane, nitrous oxide and ammonia emissions during storage and after . An ammonia emission inventory for fertilizer application in the United States. Odour and ammonia emissions following the spreading of ed pig slurry on grassland.

Methane, nitrous oxide and ammonia emissions during storage and after application of dairy cattle slurry and influence of slurry treatment. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 112, 153–162. Berg, . Brunsch, . Hellebrand, J. & Kern, J. (2006). Atmospheric Environment 37, 2539–2550. Biological Waste 34, 259–267. Petersen, J. & Sørensen, P. (2008).

Nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide emissions from monoculture and . An estimate of the global sink for nitrous oxide in soils journal, May 2013. Schlesinger, William H. Global Change Biology, Vol. 19, Issue 10.

Nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide emissions from monoculture and rotational cropping of corn, soybean and winter wheat journal, May 2008. Cover crop effects on the fate of N following soil application of swine manure journal, November 2006.

Related to Ammonia and Nitrous Oxide Emissions Following Field-application of Manure: State of the Art Measurements in the Netherlands (Proceedings of the International Fertiliser Society)