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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Agrossilvipastoril - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2015
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: NOGUEIRA, A. K. da S.
RODRIGUES, R. de A. R.
CASTRO, B. S.
NOGUEIRA, T. F.
SILVA, J. J. N. da
BEHLING, M.
MOMBACH, M.
ARMACOLO, N.
SILVEIRA, J. G.
Additional Information: ANNA K. DA S. NOGUEIRA, UFMT; RENATO DE ARAGAO RIBEIRO RODRIGUES, CPAMT; BRUNO S. CASTRO, ICV; THIAGO F. NOGUEIRA, ICV; JACQUELINE J. N. DA SILVA, UFMT; MAUREL BEHLING, CPAMT; MIRCÉIA MOMBACH, CPAMT; NATASSIA ARMACOLO, CPAMT; JÚLIA GRAZIELA SILVEIRA, UFMT.
Title: Emissões de óxido nitroso e metano do solo em áreas de recuperação de pastagens na Amazônia Matogrossense.
Publisher: Quimica Nova, São Paulo, v. 38, n. 7, p. 937-943, 2015
Language: en
Keywords: Gas de efeito estufa
Description: This study evaluates the chemical processes responsible for the nitrous oxide (N2O) and methane (CH4) fluxes in the managed pasture (PM) and unmanaged pasture (PNM). In addition, the impact of nitrogen fertilization on the N2O and CH4 fluxes was assessed. The experiments were conducted on three farms in Alta Floresta city in the state of Mato Grosso. Both regular and intensive samples were collected from PM, PNM, and forest areas for each of the properties. The gases were sampled using static chambers in the morning. Higher N2O fluxes were recorded in the PMs, whereas the CH4 fluxes showed no influence of nitrogen fertilization in both regular and intensive samples. Low fertilizer levels resulted in low N2O emissions.
Thesagro: Efeito estufa
NAL Thesaurus: Climate change
Greenhouse gases
Livestock
Data Created: 2016-03-08
ISSN: 0100-4042
Appears in Collections:Artigo em periódico indexado (CPAMT)

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