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Greenhouse gas emission from motor vehicles in Poland in 2015

increasing atmospheric concentration of the so-called greenhouse gases due to the ever increasing emission of these gases [ Climate change evidence & causes …2017 , Climate change: a summary of …2017 , Sustainable Automotive Technologies 2012 ]. Greenhouse gas emissions originate mainly from natural sources, though the dynamic development of human activities is also responsible for the increased emission of these gases [ Climate change evidence & causes …2017 , Climate change: a summary of …2017 , Sustainable Automotive Technologies 2012 ]. This finds confirmation in

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Share of road transport in greenhouse gas emissions in Poland in 1988–2015

its physical composition, including the physical state of water, that are involved in determining the energy balance of the Earth’s surface and the atmosphere, but the main factor is the concentration of the so-called greenhouse gases, whose potential to absorb electromagnetic radiation is highly sensitive to its frequency [ Chłopek 2012 , Climate change evidence & causes …2010 , Climate change: a summary of …2010 ]. The increase in greenhouse gases (GHGs) concentration and, especially, in that of carbon dioxide, observed over the recent years in the atmosphere

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Impact of Shelterbelts on Oxidation-Reduction Properties and Greenhouse Gases Emission from Soils

greenhouse gases and odorants from pig slurry - effect on the environment and methods of its reduction. Ecol Chem Eng S. 2018;25(3):383-394. DOI: 10.1515/eces-2018-0026. [7] Szajdak L, Gaca W, Karg M. Impact of the age of shelterbelts and the composition of plants on the dissimilatory nitrate reductase activity in soils. Pol J Soil Sci. 2005;38:135-144. http://www.pjss.org/artykuly/pjss/Polish_Journal_of_Soil_Science_2005_38_2_135.pdf . [8] Malinowski M, Wolny-Koładka K. Microbiological and energetic assessment of the effects of the biodrying of fuel produced

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Greenhouse Gases and Energy Intensity of Granite Rock Mining Operations in Thailand: A Case of Industrial Rock-Construction

N., Norgate T. The greenhouse gas footprint of in-situ leaching of uranium, gold and copper in Australia. Journal of Cleaner Production 2014:84:382–390. doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2013.09.033 [11] Mudd G. M., Diesendorf M. Sustainability of uranium mining and milling: toward quantifying resources and eco-efficiency. Environmental Science and Technology 2008:42:2624–2630. doi:10.1021/es702249v [12] Gao T., Lui Q., Wang J. A comparative study of carbon footprint and assessment standards. International Journal of Low-Carbon Technologies 2013:9(3):237–243. doi

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Emission of Greenhouse Gases and Odorants from Pig Slurry - Effect on the Environment and Methods of its Reduction

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Contribution of Agricultural Field Production to Emission of Greenhouse Gases (Ghg)

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According to global inventories the agricultural field production contributes in a significant measure to increase of concentration of greenhouse gases (CO2, N2O, CH4) in the atmosphere, however their estimated data of emissions of soil origin differ significantly. Particularly estimates on nitrogen-oxides emissions show a great temporal and spatial variability while their formations in microbial processes are strongly influenced by biogeochemical and physical properties of the soil (eg microbial species, soil texture, soil water, pH, redox-potential and nutrient status) and land use management through the impact of the application of natural and synthetic fertilisers, tillage, irrigation, compaction, planting and harvesting. The different monitoring systems and inventory models were developed mostly from atmospheric chemistry point of view and little comprehensive data exist on the processes related to GHG emissions and their productions in agricultural soils under ecological conditions of Central Europe. This paper presents the new results of a project aimed elaboration of an experimental system suitable for studying relationships between the production and emission of greenhouse gases and plant nutrition supply in agricultural soils under Hungarian ecological conditions. The system was based on a long-term fertilisation field experiment. Mesocosm size pot experiments were conducted with soils originating from differently treated plots. The production of CO2 and N2O was followed during the vegetation period in gas traps built in 20 cm depth. Undisturbed soil columns were prepared from the untreated side parcels of the field experiment and the production of CO2 and N2O was studied at 20, 40 and 60 cm depth. A series of laboratory microcosm experiments were performed to clarify the microbial and environmental effects influencing the gas production in soils. The CO2 and N2O were determined by gas chromatography. The NOx was detected by chemiluminescence method in headspace of microcosms. In the mesocosm and soil columns experiments influence of plant nutrition methods and environmental factors was successfully clarified on seasonal dynamics and depth profile on CO2 and N2O productions. The database developed is suitable for estimating CO2 and N2O emissions from agricultural soils.

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Cattle

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The use of agricultural soils as a source of nitrous oxide emission in selected communes of Poland

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Analysis of the Validity of Environmental Kuznets Curve for the Baltic States

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The role of industrial processes in the reduction of selected greenhouse gases emission

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