Elements For Devising A Policy For Abating Agricultural Ammonia Emissions In France

Author: Claire Oudot
Publisher: Editions Quae
ISBN: 9782853626170
Size: 39.89 MB
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Ce rapport aborde les sources d'émission d'ammoniac, leur impact sur l'environnement, sur le cycle et l'utilisation de l'azote dans les sols ainsi que sur la santé humaine et animale. Il synthétise les travaux de recherche réalisés pour développer et évaluer des techniques de réduction des émissions d'ammoniac.

Ammonia Emissions In Agriculture

Author: Gert-Jan Monteny
Publisher: Wageningen Academic Pub
ISBN: 908686029X
Size: 42.75 MB
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Ammonia emissions is an important topic in many countries with animal production, since it contributes to environmental and health problems. Strategies and measures to reduce ammonia emission are getting increasing attention in national and international legislation.This book aims to bring together visions and knowledge from scientists, policy makers and other relevant stakeholders around the subject of NH3 emissions from agricultural operations and its reduction options. It also offers a basis for international harmonization on various NH3 emission related topics (e.g. national emission inventories, measurement techniques and strategies, data on emissions and reductions) and, last but not least, it provides an update of science concerning NH3 and related environmental issues.The focus of this publication is on NH3 emissions from various agricultural sources (grazing, animal housing, manure storage, land application of manures), and the options for their reduction in a farm system approach. Also, multiple gaseous emissions, their reduction options and pollution swapping issues are adressed. Environmental impact and health related effects of NH3 are briefly addressed.In conclusion, this book gives an overview of the current knowledge about ammonia emissions and how we can implement this knowledge in current agricultural systems.

Ammonia Emissions In Agriculture

Author: Gert-Jan Monteny
Publisher: Wageningen Academic Pub
ISBN: 908686029X
Size: 74.70 MB
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Ammonia emissions is an important topic in many countries with animal production, since it contributes to environmental and health problems. Strategies and measures to reduce ammonia emission are getting increasing attention in national and international legislation.This book aims to bring together visions and knowledge from scientists, policy makers and other relevant stakeholders around the subject of NH3 emissions from agricultural operations and its reduction options. It also offers a basis for international harmonization on various NH3 emission related topics (e.g. national emission inventories, measurement techniques and strategies, data on emissions and reductions) and, last but not least, it provides an update of science concerning NH3 and related environmental issues.The focus of this publication is on NH3 emissions from various agricultural sources (grazing, animal housing, manure storage, land application of manures), and the options for their reduction in a farm system approach. Also, multiple gaseous emissions, their reduction options and pollution swapping issues are adressed. Environmental impact and health related effects of NH3 are briefly addressed.In conclusion, this book gives an overview of the current knowledge about ammonia emissions and how we can implement this knowledge in current agricultural systems.

Acid Rain Research Do We Have Enough Answers

Author: J.W. Erisman
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080525884
Size: 30.11 MB
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Representing the Proceedings of the International Speciality Conference "Acid Rain Research; Do we have enough answers?", this book provides a valuable conclusion to the coordinated research on acidification in the Netherlands from 1985 to 1994. The book focuses on atmospheric deposition, effects of acid deposition on forest ecosystems in the Netherlands, and future acidification research. Special attention is given to: trace gases; ammonia; and particle deposition; and the overall assessment of deposition loads to ecosystems and soils is also discussed. This volume will be invaluable to environmental scientists, ecologists, and those involved in atmospheric science/pollution.