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Air Emissions from Agriculture in Austria and Romania

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Author(s): ANDERL M.

Journal: Proenvironment Promediu
ISSN 1844-6698

Volume: 2;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 19;
Date: 2009;
Original page

Keywords: greenhouse gases | industry | methane | nitrous oxide | ammonia

ABSTRACT
A comparative picture of the trends in GHG emissions during 1990 – 2007 in Austria and Romania, within EU –27 tendencies context, with accent on agriculture sources is presented. The green house gases (GHG) emissions fromagriculture in EU – 27 during 1990 and 2007 are mainly represented by methane (CH4) nitrous oxide (N2O) andammonia (NH3). In Austria, all sectors have a decreasing tendency during the analyzed interval. In Romania, duringanalyzed interval, the GHG emissions from Romanian sector agriculture had the same decreasing tendency. The maindriving force in methane and nitrous oxide decrease, in both studied situations (Austrian and Romanian agriculturalsectors, respectively), is the declining number of animals. Concerning the ammonia emissions, the decrease was theresult of improvement in different sectors: housing, storage, spreading, and animal diets.
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