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Greenhouse gas emissions from livestock production: modelling methods, methane emission factors and mitigation strategies

Code: 9781801462389
Donal O’Brien, Environment, Soils and Land Use Department, Teagasc, Ireland; and Laurence Shalloo, Animal and Grassland Research and Innovation Department, Teagasc, Ireland

Chapter synopsis: This chapter discusses the systems analysis and life cycle assessment modelling approaches and also looks at a range of model applications. These applications include use within the national inventories of various countries across species including discussions around the use of different emission factors. The chapter concludes with applications to quantify emissions at the farm level and a discussion around some of the mitigation strategies that have been modelled previously.

DOI: 10.19103/AS.2020.0077.04
Table of contents 1 Introduction 2 Systems analysis 3 Life cycle assessment 4 Modelling applications 5 National greenhouse gas inventory 6 Mitigation strategies 7 Conclusion 8 Future research 9 References

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