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Seminar

Academic Salon (XXVI)

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SPEAKER:  Zhimin Sha

Associate Professor

Department of Resource and Environment, SAB

 

【Selected Publictions】

  1. Kaikai Fang , Wei Dai , Huiyan Chen , Jun Wang , Hui Gao , Zhimin Sha*, Linkui Cao*, 2021. The effect of integrated rice–frog ecosystem on rice morphological traits and methane emission from paddy fields. Science of the Total Environment, 783:147123
  2. Fang K K, Gao H, Sha Z M *, Linkui Cao*, 2021. Mitigating global warming potential with increase net ecosystem economic budget by integrated rice-frog farming in eastern China. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ. 308, 107235.
  3. Zhimin Sha, Zheng Chen, Yanfang Feng, Lihong Xue, Linzhang Yang, Linkui Cao, Qingnan Chu, 2020. Minerals loaded with oxygen nanobubbles mitigate arsenic translocation from paddy soils to rice. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 398: 122818

 

 

 

TIME 12:40-14:00 Oct 13, 2021 (Wednesday)

VENUERoom 104, Building B, School of Agriculture and Biology

ORGANIZER:Office of Discipline and Science & Technology, SAB; Young Teachers Association, SAB

 

 

TITTLE: Research progress on reduction technology of ammonia emission from agricultural sources

ABSTRACT: 

Ammonia (NH3) is one of the key components involved in the atmospheric nitrogen cycle. The overabundance of NH3 is suggested to promote the formation of secondary ammoniated aerosol particles, greenhouse effect and water eutrophication. High ammonia emissions from agricultural source in China became one of the most important reasons of haze. Therefore, it is urgent to understand ammonia emission sources and emission characteristics, obtain accurate emission coefficient and carry out effective measures to reduce the ammonia emission from agricultural sources.         

This report will focus on the NH3 emission from agricultural source in China resulted from inappropriate management of nitrogen fertilizer and livestock waste. The monitoring methods, environmental factors and reduction technology of ammonia emission will be addressed and discussed.

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