The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Manure, Agronomy, Environmental engineering, Forage and Dry matter. His Manure study deals with Dairy cattle intersecting with Neutral Detergent Fiber, Nutrient and Herd. His work deals with themes such as Air quality index and Greenhouse gas, which intersect with Environmental engineering.
C. A. Rotz focuses mostly in the field of Greenhouse gas, narrowing it down to matters related to Air pollution and, in some cases, Sustainable agriculture, Livestock and Agricultural science. His Forage research incorporates themes from Nutrient management, Grazing, Animal feed and Animal husbandry. His Dry matter study is concerned with the larger field of Animal science.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Agronomy, Dry matter, Forage, Alfalfa hay and Manure. His studies deal with areas such as Agriculture and Leaching as well as Agronomy. His study in Dry matter is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hay and Nutrient.
His research combines Agricultural engineering and Forage. The concepts of his Manure study are interwoven with issues in Dairy cattle, Environmental engineering and Ammonia volatilization from urea. His Environmental engineering study incorporates themes from Air quality index, Row crop and Greenhouse gas.
His primary areas of investigation include Manure, Environmental engineering, Greenhouse gas, Ammonia volatilization from urea and Volatilisation. His Manure research includes themes of Nutrient, Fertilizer, Carbon dioxide and Agricultural science. His research in Environmental engineering tackles topics such as Air quality index which are related to areas like Livestock and Sustainable agriculture.
His research on Greenhouse gas frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Air pollution. His Ammonia volatilization from urea research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biodegradable waste, Dairy cattle and Organic fertilizer. His Simulation modeling research overlaps with other disciplines such as Agronomy, Barn, Atmospheric methane, Forage and Biogas.
Environmental engineering, Manure, Air quality index, Air pollution and Greenhouse gas are his primary areas of study. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Ammonia volatilization from urea and Manure. Mass transfer coefficient, Environmental chemistry and Volatilisation are fields of study that overlap with his Ammonia volatilization from urea research.
You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as Carbon dioxide, Soil carbon, Carbon cycle and Simulation modeling, in his Emission intensity studies. Enteric fermentation overlaps with fields such as Global warming, Livestock, Sustainable agriculture and Agricultural science in his research.
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Management to reduce nitrogen losses in animal production.
C. A. Rotz.
Journal of Animal Science (2004)
The carbon footprint of dairy production systems through partial life cycle assessment
C.A. Rotz;F. Montes;D.S. Chianese.
Journal of Dairy Science (2010)
Nitrogen use efficiency: A potential performance indicator and policy tool for dairy farms
J.M. Powell;C.J.P. Gourley;C.A. Rotz;D.M. Weaver.
Environmental Science & Policy (2010)
Whole-farm perspectives of nutrient flows in grassland agriculture
C. A. Rotz;F. Taube;M. P. Russelle;J. Oenema.
Crop Science (2005)
Feeding strategy, nitrogen cycling, and profitability of dairy farms.
C.A. Rotz;L.D. Satter;D.R. Mertens;R.E. Muck.
Journal of Dairy Science (1999)
Automatic milking systems, farm size, and milk production.
C.A. Rotz;C.U. Coiner;K.J. Soder.
Journal of Dairy Science (2003)
A dairy herd model for use in whole farm simulations.
C.A. Rotz;D.R. Mertens;D.R. Buckmaster;M.S. Allen.
Journal of Dairy Science (1999)
Losses and Quality Changes During Alfalfa Hay Harvest and Storage
Clarence Alan Rotz;S. M. Abrams.
Transactions of the ASABE (1988)
Carbon footprint and ammonia emissions of California beef production systems
K. R. Stackhouse-Lawson;C. A. Rotz;J. W. Oltjen;F. M. Mitloehner.
Journal of Animal Science (2012)
A beef herd model for simulating feed intake, animal performance, and manure excretion in farm systems
C. A. Rotz;D. R. Buckmaster;J. W. Comerford.
Journal of Animal Science (2005)
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