miércoles, 20 de mayo de 2009

Emisiones Odoríficas y Amonicales de la Crianza de Ganado

Publicado por Maverick Panditas


Odour and Ammonia Emissions from Livestock Farming
Autor: V. C. Nielsen
Idioma: Inglés
Número de páginas: 232
Materia: Veterinaria
Año: 1990
Formato: PDF
ISBN: 1851667172

CONTENIDO:

SESSION I: AMMONIA AND ODOUR EMISSION FROM LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION
Relationships between Odour and Ammonia Emission during and Following the Application of Slurries to Land
Ecological Effects of Ammonia
The Role of Ammonia As An Atmospheric Pollutant

SESSION II: AMMONIA AND ODOUR EMISSIONS FROM BUILDINGS AND STORES
Influence of Housing and Livestock on Ammonia Release from Buildings
Ammonia Emission from Dairy and Pig Housing Systems
Comparison of the Effects of Different Systems on Ammonia Emissions
Ammonia Emission from Two Poultry Manure Drying Systems
Odour and Ammonia Emissions from Manure Storage
Experiences with Automatic Ammonia Analyses
Modelling the Dispersion of Ammonia within Animal Houses

SESSION III: CONTROLLING AMMONIA AND ODOUR EMISSIONS FROM BUILDINGS AND STORES
Practical Application of Bioscrubbing Technique to Reduce Odour and Ammonia
Biofilters and Air Scrubbers in the Netherlands

SESSION IV: AMMONIA AND ODOUR EMISSIONS FROM LAND SPREADING MANURES
Factors influencing the Odour and Ammonia Emissions During and After the Land Spreading of Animal Slurries
Ammonia Emissions After Land Spreading of Animal Slurries
Ammonia Emission and Control After Land Spreading Livestock Waste
Ammonia Emissions During and After Land Spreading of Slurry
Laboratory and Field Experiments for Estimating Ammonia Losses from Pig and Catrle Slurry Following Application
Effect of Dry Matrer Content on Ammonia Loss from Surface Applied Catrle Slurry
Field investigation of Methods to Measure Ammonia Volatilization
Modelling Ammonia Emissions from Arable Land
Policy for Ammonia Emissions in Ireland

SESSION V: AMMONIA AND ODOUR LOSSES FROM GRASSLAND
Odour and Ammonia Emissions from Grassland and Arable Land
Ammonia Emissions from Grazing
Grazed Pastures As Sources of Ammonia

SESSION VI: DEVELOPMENTS IN ODOUR MEASUREMENTS
Odour Emissions from Broiler Chickens
Field Measurements of Odorous Air Pollution with Panels
Achievements of the Odour Group
Conclusions and Recommendations


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