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Animal Emissions

Partners

The organizations implied in the project complete development and research tasks, as well as university educations, relating to the characterization and the understanding of production mechanisms and gas emissions (ammonia and greenhouse gases) and dust related to agriculture. They are established in the principal animal farm countries of Europe and America. Their work includes, for all animal production species:

  • Improvement of the gas fluxes measurement methods resulting from the various animal farms stations (house, storage, spreading)

  • The development of new animal control techniques and management of animal manure.

INRA - JRU SAS

INRA - JRU SAS

contributors: paul.robin@rennes.inra.fr , melynda.hassouna@rennes.inra.fr
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INERIS

INERIS

contributors : marc.durif@ineris .fr ; francois.gautier@ineris.fr
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IRSTEA - Rennes

IRSTEA - Rennes

contributors : Laurence.Loyon@irstea.fr; Fabrice.Guiziou@irstea.fr; Colin Burton
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Katholic University of Leuven, Belgique

Katholic University of Leuven, Belgique

contributors: Prof. Dr. ir. Daniel Berckmans, Sezin.erenozcan@biw.kuleuven.be ; Ali.youssef@biw.kuleuven.be
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Université de Liège, Belgique

Université de Liège, Belgique

contributor: Prof. B. Nicks, baudouin.nicks@ulg.ac.be
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Syddansk Universitet

Syddansk Universitet

contributors: Sven Gjedde SOMMER, sgs@kbm.sdu.dk
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Iowa State University, U.S.A.

Iowa State University, U.S.A.

contributor: Hongwei XIN, hxin@iastate.edu
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EMBRAPA, Brazil

EMBRAPA, Brazil

contributor: Paulo A.V. de OLIVEIRA, paolive@cnpsa.embrapa.br
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INRA - Environment and expanded cultures

INRA - Environment and expanded cultures

contributors : Pierre.Cellier@grignon.inra.fr , benjamin.loubet@grignon.inra.fr
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The French Pork and Pig Institute

The French Pork and Pig Institute

contributors: nadine.guingand@ifip.asso.fr , sandrine.espagnol@ifip.asso.fr
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