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    Network on Recycling of Agricultural Municipal 

          and Industrial Residues in Agriculture

15th International conference

Versailles, 2013

Scientific program

Environmental impacts of organic residue treatment
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  • Oral Presentations

S9.01. Ammonia emission from a flexible bag storage system for cattle slurry
S9.02. Effect of mechanical separation of digested slurry on greenhouse gas and ammonia emissions during storage
S9.03. Composting as digestate post-treatment: composting behavior and gaseous emissions of three types of digestate compared to non-digested waste
S9.04. Ammonia and nitrous oxide emissions during swine slurry composting
S9.05. Importance of injector design on ammonia volatilization and crop yield when soil injecting pig slurry to a winter wheat crop

  • Posters

S9.06. Acidification of slurry in barns, stores, and during application: review of Danish research, trials and experience
S9.07. The effect of biochar and digestate on Green-house gas and NH3 emissions during composting of different organic inputs in small scale livestock farm in Vietnam
S9.08. Ammonia emissions and potential nitrate leaching in soil amended with cattle slurry: Effect of pre-treatment by acidification and/or soil application method
S9.09. Effects of soil application techniques and cattle slurry pre-treatment on NH3 emissions and soil solution composition – a pot experiment.
S9.10. Influence of animal slurry pre-treatment and soil application technique on leachates composition: a soil column experiment
S9.11. Greenhouse gases emissions during open pit storage and composting of swine slurry
S9.12. Improvement of fertilizing efficiency and reduction of ammonia emissions from slurry by means of biochar and hydrochar
S9.13. Recycling crop residues of arable crops as a method to reduce the CO2 emission in the cropping operations, and improve the yield and water balance
S9.14.Ammonia emissions following surface application of acidified and untreated animal slurry vs. soil injection
S9.15.Reducing NH3 and GHG emissions during poultry manure on-farm composting
S9.16.Use of biochar or hydrochar to reduce ammonia emissions from soils fertilized with slurry