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- Rahman, Shafiqur, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Acta agriculturæ Scandinavica 2018 v.68 no.8 pp. 663-677
- ammonia; carbon dioxide; cattle manure; greenhouse gas emissions; greenhouse gases; land application; methane; models; nitrous oxide; nutrient availability; organic matter; silty clay soils; soil amendments; soil nutrients; soil temperature; urea; water holding capacity
- ... Soil temperature plays an important role in organic matter decomposition, thus likely to affect ammonia and gaseous emission from land application of manure. An incubation experiment was conducted to quantify ammonia and greenhouse gas (GHG) (N₂O, CO₂ and CH₄) emissions from manure and urea applied at 215 kg N ha⁻¹ to Fargo-Ryan silty clay soil. Soil (250 g) amended with solid beef manure (SM), st ...