SAMPLES addresses the dearth of reliable information about greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture in tropical countries. SAMPLES scientists work with developing countries to improve data on agricultural greenhouse gas emissions and mitigation potentials.
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Biological nitrification inhibition by Brachiaria grasses mitigates soil nitrous oxide emissions from bovine urine patches
High nitrogen (N) concentration in bovine urine, which generally exceeds plant N uptake rates, results in the formation of hotspots of N loss when bovine …read more
Spatial variability of soil N2O and CO2 fluxes in different topographic positions in a tropical montane forest in Kenya
Quantifying and understanding the small-scale variability of nitrous oxide (N2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2) emission is essential for reporting accurate ecosystem greenhouse gas budgets. The …read more
Reliable and affordable methods for measurement of greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture now available
Book meets demand for advances in how to collect data on greenhouse gas sources and sinks from smalholder agriculture. As countries shift from mitigation commitments …read more