Temperature response of methane production in liquid manures and co-digestates.

@article{Elsgaard2016TemperatureRO,
  title={Temperature response of methane production in liquid manures and co-digestates.},
  author={Lars Elsgaard and Anne Berit Olsen and S\oren O. Petersen},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2016},
  volume={539},
  pages={78-84}
}
Intensification of livestock production makes correct estimation of methanogenesis in liquid manure increasingly important for inventories of CH4 emissions. Such inventories currently rely on fixed methane conversion factors as knowledge gaps remain with respect to detailed temperature responses of CH4 emissions from liquid manure. Here, we describe the temperature response of CH4 production in liquid cattle slurry, pig slurry, and fresh and stored co-digested slurry from a thermophilic biogas… CONTINUE READING