Measuring ammonia emissions from land applied manure: an intercomparison of commonly used samplers and techniques.

@article{Misselbrook2005MeasuringAE,
  title={Measuring ammonia emissions from land applied manure: an intercomparison of commonly used samplers and techniques.},
  author={Tom Misselbrook and Fiona A. Nicholson and Brian J. Chambers and Rob A. Johnson},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2005},
  volume={135 3},
  pages={389-97}
}
A number of techniques have been developed to quantify ammonia (NH(3)) emissions following land application of manure or fertiliser. In this study, coefficients of variation were determined for three commonly used field techniques (mass balance integrated horizontal flux, wind tunnels and the equilibrium concentration technique) for measuring emissions from a range of manure types. Coefficients of variation (CV) for absorption flasks, passive flux samplers and passive diffusion samplers were 21… CONTINUE READING
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