Diurnal variation of methane emission from paddy fields at different growth stages of rice cultivation in Taiwan

@inproceedings{Yang1999DiurnalVO,
  title={Diurnal variation of methane emission from paddy fields at different growth stages of rice cultivation in Taiwan},
  author={S S Yang and Hsiu-Lan Chang},
  year={1999}
}
Paddy fields are one of the major anthropogenic sources of methane emission. Methane emission from paddy fields can vary with the growth stages of the rice ( Oryza sativaL.) plant and daily environmental conditions. There are two crop seasons in Taiwan, the first crop season is from low to high temperature (February–June), and the second crop season is reversed (August–December). The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of growth stages and daily environmental conditions on… CONTINUE READING
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