Methane efflux from rice-based cropping systems under humid tropical conditions of eastern India

@inproceedings{Adhya2000MethaneEF,
  title={Methane efflux from rice-based cropping systems under humid tropical conditions of eastern India},
  author={Tapan K. Adhya and Suniti Raj Mishra and Arun Kumar Rath and Khaidem Bharati and Santosh Ranjan Mohanty and Balaji Ramakrishnan and Vukanti R. V. N. Rao and Nabrattil Sethunathan},
  year={2000}
}
Tropical rice paddy is considered to be one of the major anthropogenic source of atmospheric methane (CH 4). In a field study spread over the dry and wet seasons of a calendar year, the CH 4 mission from upland (oilseed and pulse) crops in the dry season and a succeeding lowland rice ( Oryza sativaL.) crop in the wet season was compared with rice–rice rotation in both seasons under flooded conditions. Cumulative CH 4 flux from the upland crop followed by lowland rice crop was low (12.52–13.09 g… CONTINUE READING

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