DEVELOPMENT OF THE OFFSET MODEL FOR DETERMINATION OF ODOR-ANNOYANCE-FREE SETBACK DISTANCES FROM ANIMAL PRODUCTION SITES : PART I . REVIEW AND EXPERIMENT

@inproceedings{Jacobson2005DEVELOPMENTOT,
  title={DEVELOPMENT OF THE OFFSET MODEL FOR DETERMINATION OF ODOR-ANNOYANCE-FREE SETBACK DISTANCES FROM ANIMAL PRODUCTION SITES : PART I . REVIEW AND EXPERIMENT},
  author={Larry D. Jacobson and Huiqing Guo and David R. Schmidt and Richard E. Nicolai and Jingfang Zhu and Kevin A. Janni},
  year={2005}
}
The objective of the study was to develop a science-based model, OFFSET (Odor from Feedlot Setback Estimation Tool), to establish setback distances from animal production sites based on the use of an air dispersion model (INPUFF-2) and the actual odor emission data from these sites. Extensive research was conducted to obtain representative odor emissions from various animal facilities and to evaluate the air dispersion model. Odor emissions were measured from 280 animal buildings and manure… CONTINUE READING

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