Cattle methane emission and pasture carbon dioxide balance of a grazed grassland.

Abstract

Grasslands constitute a major land use globally and are a potential sink of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO). They are also an important habitat for wildlife and a source of feed that supports ruminant livestock production. However, the presence of ruminants grazing these grasslands is also a source of methane (CH) that contributes to buildup of greenhouse… (More)
DOI: 10.2134/jeq2013.09.0371

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