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The variation of greenhouse gas emissions from soils of various land-use/cover types in Jambi province, Indonesia
We measured fluxes of three greenhouse gases (N2O, CO2O and CH4) from soils of six different land-use types at 27 temporary field sites in Jambi Province, Sumatra, Indonesia. Study sites includedExpand
Trace gas and particle emissions from open burning of three cereal crop residues: Increase in residue moistness enhances emissions of carbon monoxide, methane, and particulate organic carbon
Abstract We determined emission factors for open burning of straw of rice, wheat, and barley, as well as rice husks, and we incorporated the effects of moisture content on the emission factors forExpand
Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from a paddy field with Japanese conventional water management and fertilizer application
[1] The seasonal courses of methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) fluxes were simultaneously monitored in a paddy field using a closed chamber system with automated gas sampling and analyzingExpand
Mitigation of methane emissions from paddy fields by prolonging midseason drainage
Abstract In order to analyze the mitigation of methane (CH 4 ) emissions and the global warming potentials (GWPs) of CH 4 and nitrous oxide (N 2 O) emissions from paddy fields by modifying theExpand
Effect of land use change from paddy rice cultivation to upland crop cultivation on soil carbon budget of a cropland in Japan
The results indicate that land use change from paddy rice cultivation to upland crop cultivation causes significant loss of carbon from cropland soil. Expand
N2O and NO emissions from an Andisol field as influenced by pelleted poultry manure.
Abstract Animal manures from intensive livestock operations can be pelleted to improve handlings and recyclings of embodied nutrients. The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of pelletedExpand
Spatial patterns of greenhouse gas emission in a tropical rainforest in Indonesia
Spatial patterns of CO2, CH4, and N2O flux were analyzed in the soil of a primary forest in Sumatra, Indonesia. The fluxes were measured at 3-m intervals on a sampling grid of 8 rows by 10 columns,Expand
Characterization and production and consumption processes of N2O emitted from temperate agricultural soils determined via isotopomer ratio analysis
[1] Isotopomer ratios of N2O (bulk nitrogen and oxygen isotope ratios, δ15Nbulk and δ18O, and intramolecular 15N site preference, SP) are useful parameters that characterize sources of thisExpand
Combined emission of CH4 and N2O from a paddy field was reduced by preceding upland crop cultivation
Since crop rotation between paddy rice and upland crops is widely conducted in Japan and other Asian countries, the effect of crop rotation on greenhouse gas emission should be clarified. In thisExpand
Continuous, Automated Nitrous Oxide Measurements from Paddy Soils Converted to Upland Crops
Since rotation of irrigated rice (Oryza sativa L.) and upland crop cultivations is a major land use management widely conducted in Japan, dynamics of greenhouse gas emission from drained paddy fieldsExpand