Session 16 - Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agricultural Soils. Room: Prairie

Convenors: David Pelster, Aaron Glenn, Joann Whalen

13:00-13:15

Bobbi Helgason

Higher than expected N2O emissions from canola residues: stable isotope tracing reveals soil organic matter as the dominant source of N2O-N

13:15-13:30

Kathryn Webb

Effect of fall rye cover crop on CO2 and N2O fluxes in the Red River Valley, Manitoba, Canada

13:30-13:45

Erin Daly*

Soil nitrous oxide emissions from novel perennial grain systems and their relationship to soil physical and hydraulic properties

13:45-14:00

Kira Borden

Optimizing the benefits of cover crops to reduce nitrous oxide emissions: the impact of freeze-thaw

14:00-14:15

Nicole Menheere*

Mitigating nitrous oxide emission from corn using nitrification and urease inhibitors following cover crop use

14:15-14:30

Discussion

14:30-15:00

Coffee break (sponsored by Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL))

 

15:00-15:15

Kody Oleson*

4R Options to Reduce N2O Emissions from Corn in Sandy Soils

15:15-15:30

Siyuan Wang

Biochar mitigates N2O emissions from sandy soil by improving soil pore structure and increasing nosZ gene abundance

15:30-15:45

Waqar Ashiq*

Understanding the complex interconnections between topography and soil physical, chemical, and biological controls of N2O emissions

15:45-16:00

Emmanuel Badewa*

Effects of biobased residues on greenhouse gas emissions during growing and non-growing seasons

16:00-16:15

Jiancan Liu*

Greenhouse gas emissions from beef cattle urine and dung patch as affected by the non-bloat legumes

16:15-16:30

Jayamini Rathnayake*

Greenhouse gas emission during composting of different mixing combinations of natural resource by-products: Incubation study

16:15-16:30

Hannah Keenes*

Survey of Cow-calf Operations to Characterize Manure Management, Nutrient Composition, and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

16:30-16:45

Discussion

*Student presentation competing for the best presentation awards