MitiGate; an online meta-analysis database for quantification of mitigation strategies for enteric methane emissions.

@article{Veneman2016MitiGateAO,
  title={MitiGate; an online meta-analysis database for quantification of mitigation strategies for enteric methane emissions.},
  author={Jolien B. Veneman and Eli Rudinow Saetnan and Amanda J Clare and Charles Jamie Newbold},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2016},
  volume={572},
  pages={1166-1174}
}
The body of peer-reviewed papers on enteric methane mitigation strategies in ruminants is rapidly growing and allows for better estimation of the true effect of each strategy though the use of meta-analysis methods. Here we present the development of an online database of measured methane mitigation strategies called MitiGate, currently comprising 412 papers. The database is accessible through an online user-friendly interface that allows data extraction with various levels of aggregation on… CONTINUE READING
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