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Methane emissions from major rice ecosystems in Asia

Author: Reiner Wassmann; Rhoda S Lantin; H -U Neue
Publisher: Dordrecht ; London : Kluwer Academic, ©2000.
Series: Developments in plant and soil sciences, v. 91.
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Given the expected doubling in rice production in Asia, the need to evaluate the interaction between climate change and rice production is critical to forming a sound basis for future directions of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Reiner Wassmann; Rhoda S Lantin; H -U Neue
ISBN: 0792367596 9780792367598
OCLC Number: 46808249
Notes: Reprinted from Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems. Vol. 58, nos. 1-3 (2000).
Description: xi, 394 pages : illustrations, maps ; 27 cm.
Contents: I: Results of the Interregional Program on Methane Emissions from Rice Fields.- 1. Characterization of methane emissions from rice fields in Asia. I. Comparison among field sites in five countries.- 2. Characterization of methane emissions from rice fields in Asia. II. Differences among irrigated, rainfed, and deepwater rice.- 3. Characterization of methane emissions from rice fields in Asia. III. Mitigation options and future research needs.- 4. Methane emission from irrigated and intensively managed rice fields in Central Luzon (Philippines).- 5. A four-year record of methane emissions from irrigated rice fields in the Beijing region of China.- 6. Methane emissions and mitigation options in irrigated rice fields in southeast China.- 7. Methane emissions from irrigated rice fields in northern India (New Delhi).- 8. Crop management affecting methane emissions from irrigated and rainfed rice in Central Java (Indonesia).- 9. Methane emission from rice fields at Cuttack. India.- 10. Mechanisms of crop management impact on methane emissions from rice fields in Los Banos, Philippines.- 11. Methane emission from deepwater rice fields in Thailand.- 12. Simultaneous records of methane and nitrous oxide emissions in rice-based cropping systems under rainfed conditions.- 13. Using a crop/soil simulation model and GIS techniques to assess methane emissions from rice fields in Asia. 1. Model development.- 14. Using a crop/soil simulation model and GIS techniques to assess methane emissions from rice fields in Asia. II. Model validation and sensitivity analysis.- 15. Using a crop/soil simulation model and GIS techniques to assess methane emissions from rice fields in Asia. III. Databases.- 16. Using a crop/soil simulation model and GIS techniques to assess methane emissions from rice fields in Asia. IV. Upscaling to national levels.- II: Selected Modeling Approaches,Field and Laboratory Experiments.- 17. Modeling rice plant-mediated methane emission.- 18. Modeling methane emissions from rice fields: variability, uncertainty, and sensitivity analysis of processes involved.- 19. A process-based model for methane emissions from irrigated rice fields: experimental basis and assumptions.- 20. Modeling trace gas emissions from agricultural ecosystems.- 21. Simulation of methane production in anaerobic rice soils by a simple two-pool model.- 22. Combining upscaling and downscaling of methane emissions from rice fields: methodologies and preliminary results.- 23. Estimation of regional methane emission from rice fields using simple atmospheric diffusion model s.- 24. The effects of cultural practices on methane emission from rice fields.- 25. Varietal differences in methane emission from Korean rice cultivars.- 26. Influence of Azolla on CH4 emission from rice fields.- 27. Effect of land management in winter crop season on CH4 emission during the following flooded and rice-growing period.- 28. Effects of organic and N fertilizers on methane production potential in a Chinese rice soil and its microbiological aspect.- 29. Effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on methane production and emission from submerged soil microcosm.- 30. Differences among rice cultivars in root exudation, methane oxidation, and populations of mcthanogenic and methanotrophic bacteria in relation to methane emission.- 31. Methane transport capacity of rice plants. I. Influence of methane concentration and growth stage analyzed with an automated measuring system.- 32. Methane transport capacity of rice plants. II. Variations among different rice cultivars and relationship with morphological characteristics.- 33. Methane production, oxidation, and emission from Indian rice soils.- 34. Influence of six nitrification inhibitors on methane production in a flooded alluvial soil.- Author index.
Series Title: Developments in plant and soil sciences, v. 91.
Responsibility: edited by Reiner Wassmann, Rhoda S. Lantin and Heinz-Ulrich Neue.
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