Quality assured measurements of animal building emissions: odor concentrations.

@article{Jacobson2006QualityAM,
  title={Quality assured measurements of animal building emissions: odor concentrations.},
  author={Larry D. Jacobson and Brian P. Hetchler and David R. Schmidt and Richard E. Nicolai and Albert J. Heber and Ji-Qin Ni and Steven J. Hoff and Jacek A. Koziel and Yuanhui Zhang and David B. Beasley and David B. Parker},
  journal={Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association},
  year={2006},
  volume={58 6},
  pages={806-11}
}
Standard protocols for sampling and measuring odor emissions from livestock buildings are needed to guide scientists, consultants, regulators, and policy-makers. A federally funded, multistate project has conducted field studies in six states to measure emissions of odor, coarse particulate matter (PM(10)), total suspended particulates, hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, and carbon dioxide from swine and poultry production buildings. The focus of this paper is on the intermittent measurement of odor… CONTINUE READING

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