David R. Chadwick spends much of his time researching Agronomy, Greenhouse gas, Nitrous oxide, Manure and Agriculture. In general Agronomy, his work in Grassland is often linked to Ammonium linking many areas of study. His study in Greenhouse gas is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Environmental engineering, Environmental protection, Silage, Pollution and Food waste.
His work deals with themes such as Nitrification, Soil water, Ammonia, Methane and Environmental chemistry, which intersect with Nitrous oxide. The concepts of his Manure study are interwoven with issues in Animal husbandry, Microbial population biology, Saturated fatty acid, Livestock and Animal science. Many of his research projects under Agriculture are closely connected to Natural resource economics with Natural resource economics, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Agronomy, Environmental chemistry, Greenhouse gas, Soil water and Nitrous oxide. His Agronomy study frequently links to other fields, such as Nutrient. His Environmental chemistry research incorporates themes from Slurry and Ammonia.
The various areas that David R. Chadwick examines in his Ammonia study include Waste management and Animal science. His Greenhouse gas research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Peat, Agriculture, Livestock and Environmental engineering. His research integrates issues of Carbon dioxide, Denitrification, Nitrification and Methane in his study of Nitrous oxide.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Soil water, Agronomy, Environmental chemistry, Greenhouse gas and Nitrous oxide. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mesocosm, Leaching, Peat, Nutrient cycle and Histosol. His Environmental chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nitrification, Mineralization, Microbial population biology, Slurry and Ammonia.
Soil organic matter is closely connected to Manure in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Slurry. He interconnects Agriculture, Livestock, Agroforestry and Growing season in the investigation of issues within Greenhouse gas. David R. Chadwick has researched Nitrous oxide in several fields, including Carbon dioxide, Methane and Grassland.
David R. Chadwick mainly focuses on Soil water, Agronomy, Environmental chemistry, Greenhouse gas and Agriculture. His study on Soil pH is often connected to Dissolution as part of broader study in Soil water. His Agronomy research includes elements of Nutrient cycle, Nitrification and Soil classification.
His Environmental chemistry research includes themes of Slurry, Particulates, Mineralization and Anaerobic digestion. David R. Chadwick has included themes like Life-cycle assessment, Municipal solid waste, Ammonia and Methane in his Greenhouse gas study. He focuses mostly in the field of Agriculture, narrowing it down to topics relating to Environmental planning and, in certain cases, Ecological footprint.
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Circulating microRNAs in sera correlate with soluble biomarkers of immune activation but do not predict mortality in ART treated individuals with HIV-1 infection : a case control study
Daniel D. Murray;Kazuo Suzuki;Matthew Law;Jonel Trebicka.
PLOS ONE (2015)
Greenhouse gas abatement strategies for animal husbandry
Gert-Jan Monteny;Andre Bannink;David Chadwick.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2006)
Nitrous oxide and methane emissions following application of animal manures to grassland.
D. R. Chadwick;B. F. Pain;S. K. E. Brookman.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2000)
Plant uptake of nitrogen from the organic nitrogen fraction of animal manures: a laboratory experiment
D. R. Chadwick;F. John;B. F. Pain;B. J. Chambers.
The Journal of Agricultural Science (2000)
The impact of enhanced ultraviolet-B radiation on litter quality and decomposition processes in Vaccinium leaves from the Subarctic.
Carola Gehrke;Ulf Johanson;Terry V. Callaghan;David Chadwick.
Critical review of the impacts of grazing intensity on soil organic carbon storage and other soil quality indicators in extensively managed grasslands.
M. Abdalla;A. Hastings;D. R. Chadwick;D. L. Jones.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2018)
Determination of phospholipid- and lipopolysaccharide-derived fatty acids as an estimate of microbial biomass and community structures in soils
L. Zelles;Q. Y. Bai;R. Rackwitz;D. R. Chadwick.
Biology and Fertility of Soils (1995)
Emissions of ammonia, nitrous oxide and methane from cattle manure heaps: effect of compaction and covering
Atmospheric Environment (2005)
Improving manure nutrient management towards sustainable agricultural intensification in China
David Chadwick;Jia Wei;Tong Yan'an;Yu Guanghui.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2015)
Algorithms determining ammonia emission from buildings housing cattle and pigs and from manure stores
S.G. Sommer;G.Q. Zhang;A. Bannink;D. Chadwick.
Advances in Agronomy (2006)
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