3 edition of Microbial production and consumption of greenhouse gases found in the catalog.
Microbial production and consumption of greenhouse gases
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||John E. Rogers, William B. Whitman, editors.|
|Contributions||Rogers, J. E., Whitman, William Barnaby.|
|LC Classifications||QC879.6 .M53 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 298 p. :|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||91015621|
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Rogers and William B. Whitman, American Society for Microbiology,$ ($ for members of ASM) (viii + pages) ISBN 7Author: David Schimel. Microbial Production and Consumption of Greenhouse Gases: Methane, Nitrogen Oxides, and Halomethanes by John E.
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veterans-opex.com + pp Abstract: The objective of this book is to provide an overview of the biological processes that contribute to the increase in trace gases (methane, nitrous oxide, nitric oxide and halocarbons) in the atmosphere.
Microbial Production and Consumption of Greenhouse Gases by John E. Rogers, AugustASM Press edition, Hardcover in English. SOIL MICROBES AND AGRICULTURE – KBS LTER scientists found that soil microbial diversity is not much affected by land management, except for those groups of microbes involved in specific metabolic processes such as the production and consumption of the.
The hydrophobic properties explain the sorption of nonpolar pesticides and pollutants. Once stabilized, SOM has a varying turnover rate depending on fraction from less than a year to thousands of years. SOM influences many soil processes, particularly the production and consumption of greenhouse gases, such as methane and nitrous oxide.
Microbial production and consumption of greenhouse gases: methane, nitrogen oxides, and halomethanes / Author: editors John E. Rogers, William B.
Whitman. the microbial community that are generated by different land uses and manage-ment practices. The first step to understanding potential relationships between soil microbes and the production and consumption of greenhouse gases is to determine the structure of microbial communities in different soils.
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Some microbes produce the greenhouse gases carbon dioxide (CO 2) and nitrous oxide (N 2. Considering these attributes of microalgae, their potential in bioremediation of toxic metal pollutants and minerals like nitrates and phosphates in water and the greenhouse gases (CO 2 and N 2 O) in the flue gas emissions from fossil fuel consumption in transport vehicles and industries is being extensively explored.
The algal biomass thus. Aug 18, · A. Stepanov, Mikrobnoe obrazovanie i pogloshchenie parnikovykh gazov v pochvakh (Microbial Production and Consumption of Greenhouse Gases in Soils), Moscow: Mosk.
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a leading cause in sea level rise. responsible for a growing number of. Methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) are the most important greenhouse gases due to their radiative effects as well as global warming potentials (GWPs).
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