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A study of the N2O emission from grassland with the FASSET farm model Organic Eprints
Chatskikh, Dmitri; Olesen, Jørgen E.; Berntsen, Jørgen; Regina, Kristiina; Yamulki, Sirwan.
Local adaptations of the IPCC methodology (http://www.ipcc.ch) are applied in different countries. They include a combination of theoretical, experimental and simulation methods for evaluating the activity and factors indicated N2O emission. The N2O emission from agricultural soil is considered an important source both for environmental impact and non-industrial losses of nitrogen (Petersen, Olesen, 2002). In this study a multifactorial approach, based on dynamic modelling, is used at a farm/field level to estimate N2O emission from grassland. For this purpose an algorithm for modeling of gaseous N2O emission was developed and analyzed. In the algorithm, based on the conceptual process-oriented model HIP (Davidson et al., 2000), both nitrification and...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Air and water emissions.
Ano: 2003 URL: http://orgprints.org/4130/1/4130.doc
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Nitrous oxide emissions from grazed grassland: effects of cattle management and soil conditions Organic Eprints
Petersen, Søren O.; Simek, Miloslav; Stamatiadis, Stamatis; Yamulki, Sirwan.
Traditionally, dairy cattle spend a substantial part of the year on pastures. For organic farming within EU it is specified that ”all mammals must have access to pasturage or an open-air exercise area” which they must be able to use whenever ”weather conditions and the state of the ground permits” (Council Regulation [EEC] No 2092/91 ). Dairy production systems are characterized by a considerable N surplus, and N deposited during grazing represents a significant risk for environmental losses, including N2O emissions. Excess N is excreted mainly in the urine, the composition of which is influenced by factors such as lactation stage, sward quality and intake of supplements. Resulting N concentrations in urine patches can range from 20 to 80 g N m-2, and...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://orgprints.org/4079/1/4079.pdf
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Urea concentration affects short-term N turnover and N2O production in grassland soil Organic Eprints
Petersen, Søren O.; Stamatiadis, Stamatis; Christofides, C.; Yamulki, Sirwan; Bol, . Roland.
Introduction For Western Europe it is estimated that, on average, 8% of total N excreted by dairy cattle is deposited during grazing (IPCC, 1997). The intake and excretion of N is influenced by factors such as feed composition, lactation stage and pasture quality, and the excretion of excess N as urea in the urine can therefore vary considerably. Urea can lead to high ammonium levels in the soil which may influence N dynamics and gaseous emissions. This laboratory study was conducted to investigate short-term effects of urea concentration on N2O emissions. Methods Solutions containing 0 (CTL), 5 (LU) and 10 g l-1 urea-N (HU) were added to sieved and repacked soil cores of pasture soil at a rate of 4 l m-2. Also, 5 g l-1 urea-N was added to soil...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle.
Ano: 2003 URL: http://orgprints.org/1296/1/12th_N_workshop_180903.ppt
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