Ammonia, The Air-Water Interface

Animal Manure Management August 24, 2011 Print Friendly and PDF

Ammonia is rapidly becoming an issue of great importance to animal agriculture. Find out why it is a concern and learn more about the effectiveness of best management practices for reducing ammonia losses to the atmosphere. This presentation was originally broadcast on June 27, 2008. More...

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What's This?
Ambient Ammonia: Air Quality and Health Impacts
(20 minutes)
Randy Martin, Utah State University Slides Ammonia Air & Health Impacts
(16 MB)
Agriculture's Contribution to Nitrogen Deposition in Rocky Mountain National Park
(14 minutes)
Jessica Davis
Colorado State University
Slides Agriculture and Ammonia
(11 MB)
Mitigating Ammonia Emissions
(13 minutes)
Pius Ndegwa
Washington State University
Slides Mitigating Ammonia Emissions
(12 MB)
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(15 minutes)
All presenters   Question & Answer
(11 MB)

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