Potential of prolonged midseason drainage for reducing methane emission from rice paddies in Japan: a long-term simulation using the DNDC-Rice model

@article{Minamikawa2014PotentialOP,
  title={Potential of prolonged midseason drainage for reducing methane emission from rice paddies in Japan: a long-term simulation using the DNDC-Rice model},
  author={Kazunori Minamikawa and Tamon Fumoto and Masayuki Itoh and Michiko Hayano and Shigeto Sudo and Kazuyuki Yagi},
  journal={Biology and Fertility of Soils},
  year={2014},
  volume={50},
  pages={879-889}
}
Water management practices, such as midseason drainage (MD) and intermittent irrigation, are effective in reducing methane (CH4) emission from irrigated rice paddies. In a previous study in which two-year field experiments were conducted at nine sites across Japan, prolonged MD was found to reduce the seasonal total CH4 emission by 30.5 ± 6.7 % (mean ± 95 % confidence interval) compared with conventional MD without compromising rice grain yield. However, the degree of CH4 reduction by water… CONTINUE READING
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