Burns quoted in ammonia article

AirUCI grad student Alyssa Burns (Carlton group) is quoted in an article in EOS that discusses ammonia emissions generated by animal agriculture.  The study included data from the USDA, EPA, and NASA and found that the increase in the number of feedlots is an important factor in these gases.  “We know that ammonia does come from animal husbandry, but actually statistically relating ammonia concentrations to those point sources is not something that we’ve really been able to achieve before,” said Alyssa.    Read the article

Tuesday, December 14, 2021