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Record number 365852
Title Ammonia emissions in agriculture: Proceedings of the First international ammonia conference 19-21 March 2007, Ede, The Netherlands
Author(s) Monteny, G.J.; Hartung, J.
Source Wageningen : Wageningen Academic Publishers - ISBN 9789086860296 - 404
Department(s) Livestock Research
Publication type Scientific book (author)
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) ammoniak - emissie - landbouw - begrazing - huisvesting, dieren - mest - verontreiniging - milieueffect - dierhouderij - ammonia - emission - agriculture - grazing - animal housing - manures - pollution - environmental impact - animal husbandry
Categories Animal Husbandry and Environment
Abstract 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. 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 addressed. Environmental impact and health related effects of NH3 are briefly addressed.
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