An emission inventory of livestock-related bioaerosols for Lower Saxony , Germany

  title={An emission inventory of livestock-related bioaerosols for Lower Saxony , Germany},
  author={Jens Seedorf},
Detailed livestock-related emission inventories are now available for gases but not for bioaerosols, which are emitted in significant amounts and in varying compositions. In view of the environmental importance of bioaerosols, a model for their calculation is proposed here. The basic formula multiplies emission factors by the number of farm animals, but the model is extended by a factor which considers provisionally the influence of production cycles of various types of livestock on the… CONTINUE READING
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