Animal Production Science Special Issue 56(2,3)Edited by:
This special issue of Animal Production Science contains research presented at the sixth Greenhouse Gas and Animal Agriculture Conference, February 2016.
This special issue of Animal Production Science contains research presented at the sixth Greenhouse Gas and Animal Agriculture Conference, February 2016. The GGAA conference is a key international conference that summarises the collective state of scientific knowledge on the advancement of abatement strategies for the livestock sector. The research articles published in this Special Issue summarise the latest research on the measurement, modelling and mitigation of greenhouse gasses from animal agriculture. It features highly respected and internationally renowned authors who have reviewed the state of the science and documented significant new developments and scientific advancements in the field. + Full description
The Special Issue themes focus on recent advancements in the areas of animal derived GHG mitigation and provide a snapshot of the scientific thinking about animal production at the current time. Substantial advances in knowledge have occurred since the last meeting (Ireland 2013), and, this knowledge will no doubt advance further in the coming decade and beyond.
This journal special issue will be of particular interest to research scientists, resource managers, agribusiness advisors, as well as farmers, and is essential reading for anyone interested in GHG mitigation and policy development.
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DetailsPaperback | March 2016 | $125.00
ISBN: AN56/02/03 | 500 pages
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing