Characterization of Methane Emissions from Rice Fields in Asia. II. Differences among Irrigated, Rainfed, and Deepwater Rice

@article{Wassmann2004CharacterizationOM,
  title={Characterization of Methane Emissions from Rice Fields in Asia. II. Differences among Irrigated, Rainfed, and Deepwater Rice},
  author={Reiner Wassmann and H. U. Neue and Rhoda Lantin and K. Makarim and N. Chareonsilp and L. V. Buendia and Heinz Rennenberg},
  journal={Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems},
  year={2004},
  volume={58},
  pages={13-22}
}
Methane (CH4) emission rates were recorded automatically using the closed chamber technique in major rice-growing areas of Southeast Asia. The three experimental sites covered different ecosystems of wetland rice--irrigated, rainfed, and deepwater rice--using only mineral fertilizers (for this comparison). In Jakenan (Indonesia), the local water regime in rainfed rice encompassed a gradual increase (wet season) and a gradual decrease (dry season) in floodwater levels. Emission rates accumulated… CONTINUE READING

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