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Farming Practices Farming practices to reduce
greenhouse gases

NZAGRC Newsletter February 2012
MOLLY How is Molly helping our
predictive capability

NZAGRC Newsletter April 2011

 

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DairyNZ Landcare Research
LUCI SLMACC
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University of Melbourne University of Washington
Wageningen University

  Objective Leader Timeframe

4.1

Mechanistic modelling of enteric CH4 production

Dr David Pacheco

May 10 - Jun 13

4.2

Improved N20 Component Modelling

Dr Iris Vogeler

May 10 - Jun 13

 

Objective 4.1
Mechanistic modelling of enteric CH4 production

Leader: Dr David Pacheco (AgResearch)
NZAGRC funding: May 2010 - June 2013

The development and evaluation of methane mitigation strategies requires a mechanistic understanding of the processes influencing methane formation in the rumen. The ability to predict responses in methane formation from NZ ruminants will improve inventory and accounting of GHG, and is fundamental to inform research and policy.

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Objective 4.2
Improved N2O Component Modelling

Leader: Dr Iris Vogeler (AgResearch)
NZAGRC funding: May 2010 - June 2013

Most models of soil C and N cycling include process descriptions or equations representing denitrification and some of those process descriptions include the portioning of denitrification between N2O and N2. All of the existing models have strengths and weaknesses in different areas. The goal of this Objective is to improve the N2O components of selected models and test the improvements using identified datasets.

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