245 Emission of Regulated and Greenhouse Gases: Measurement Technology, Monitoring and Policy: II

Poster Session
S01 Soil Physics This session focuses on measuring and monitoring regulated and greenhouse gasses (RGHG) and the policies that are and will be driving agricultural management of these gasses. State-of-the-art gas measurement and monitoring technologies may be discussed along with data analysis techniques and estimation approaches of RGHG emission rates from various sources. Appropriate policy development needs reliable and representative gas emissions data. More research is needed in this regard. Contributions are encouraged that focus on major contributing RGHG emission sources (e.g., CAFO’s, large-scale application of N-based fertilizers, rice production).
Tuesday, October 18, 2011: 2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Hall C

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Scott B. Jones , Markus Tuller and Raymond Knighton
Poster #112
Weather-Based Conditional Sampling of Ammonia Using Robotic Diffusive Samplers.
Jay Ham, Colorado State University; Christina Williams, Colorado State University; Joshua Stratton, Colorado State University; Thomas Borch, Colorado State University
Poster #113
Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Agriculture and Animal Operations: Influencing Factors, Measurement Limitations, and Potential Mitigation Strategies.
Esther Babcock, University of Arizona; Markus Tuller, University of Arizona; Scott B. Jones, Utah State University; James Walworth, University of Arizona
Poster #114
Evaluation of Milk Urea Nitrogen As a Management Tool to Reduce Ammonia Emissions From Dairy Farms.
J. Mark Powell, USDA-ARS; Michel A. Wattiaux, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Glen Broderick, USDA-ARS
Poster #115
Technical Aspects of Greenhouse Gas Sampling and Analysis: Protocols and Solutions.
Kevin Kahmark, MSU-Kellogg Biological Station; Sven Bohm, Michigan State University; Neville Millar, MSU-Kellogg Biological Station; Nathaniel E. Ostrom, MSU; G. Philip Robertson, MSU-Kellogg Biological Station
Poster #116
Depth-Wise CO2 Production and Transport In a Wyoming Rangeland Soil.
Aditya Verma, University of Wyoming; Thijs Kelleners, University of Wyoming
Poster #117
Comparison of Buried Soil Sensor, Surface Chamber and Above Ground Measurements of Carbon Dioxide Fluxes.
Xinhua Xiao, Iowa State University; Thomas Sauer, USDA-ARS National Laboratory for Agriculture & the Environment; Robert Horton, Agronomy Department
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