His main research concerns Manure, Slurry, Agronomy, Volatilisation and Environmental engineering. His work deals with themes such as Agriculture, Straw and Methane, Anaerobic digestion, which intersect with Manure. In his study, Biogas, Productivity, Dairy cattle and Food science is strongly linked to Biomass, which falls under the umbrella field of Anaerobic digestion.
He has included themes like Waste management, Struvite, Dry matter and Ammonia volatilization from urea in his Slurry study. Agronomy and Denitrification are frequently intertwined in his study. His research integrates issues of Air pollution and Animal waste in his study of Environmental engineering.
Sven G. Sommer focuses on Manure, Slurry, Waste management, Environmental engineering and Agronomy. His studies in Manure integrate themes in fields like Biogas, Greenhouse gas and Methane. His Methane research includes elements of Nitrous oxide and Organic matter.
His research investigates the connection with Slurry and areas like Ammonia volatilization from urea which intersect with concerns in Animal science. As a member of one scientific family, Sven G. Sommer mostly works in the field of Environmental engineering, focusing on Air pollution and, on occasion, Agriculture. His studies deal with areas such as Livestock and Nutrient as well as Agronomy.
Sven G. Sommer mostly deals with Manure, Biogas, Anaerobic digestion, Waste management and Agronomy. His study in Manure is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Animal science, Fertilizer and Methane. His Biogas research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Slurry, Digestate, Methanogenesis, Acidogenesis and Biofuel.
His Slurry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Soil science and Wind speed. His Anaerobic digestion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Food science and Pulp and paper industry. The various areas that Sven G. Sommer examines in his Waste management study include Biomass and Environmental engineering.
Sven G. Sommer mainly focuses on Manure, Biogas, Slurry, Agronomy and Anaerobic digestion. The Manure study which covers Ammoniacal nitrogen that intersects with Soil science, Atmosphere and Ammonia volatilization from urea. His Biogas study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biofuel, Methanogenesis and Acidogenesis.
His work focuses on many connections between Slurry and other disciplines, such as Wind speed, that overlap with his field of interest in Infiltration. His research investigates the connection between Agronomy and topics such as Organic matter that intersect with issues in Dissolved organic carbon, Landscaping and Livestock manure. His studies examine the connections between Anaerobic digestion and genetics, as well as such issues in Animal science, with regards to Carbon dioxide.
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Methane productivity of manure, straw and solid fractions of manure
H.B. Møller;S.G. Sommer;Birgitte Kiær Ahring.
Biomass & Bioenergy (2004)
Ammonia emission from field applied manure and its reduction-invited paper
S.G Sommer;N.J Hutchings.
European Journal of Agronomy (2001)
Manure management: implications for greenhouse gas emissions
Dave Chadwick;Sven Sommer;Rachel Thorman;David Fangueiro.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2011)
Ammonia Emission From Mineral Fertilizers and Fertilized Crops
Sven G. Sommer;Jan K. Schjoerring;O.T. Denmead.
Advances in Agronomy (2004)
Solid-Liquid Separation of Animal Slurry in Theory and Practice
Maibritt Hjorth;Knud Villy Christensen;Morten Lykkegaard Christensen;Sven Gjedde Sommer.
Solid–liquid separation of animal slurry in theory and practice. A review
Maibritt Hjorth;Knud Villy Christensen;Morten Lykkegaard Christensen;Sven G. Sommer.
Agronomy for Sustainable Development (2010)
A new algorithm to characterize biodegradability of biomass during anaerobic digestion: influence of lignin concentration on methane production potential
Jin M. Triolo;Sven G. Sommer;Henrik B. Møller;Martin R. Weisbjerg.
Bioresource Technology (2011)
Effects of temperature, wind speed and air humidity on ammonia volatilization from surface applied cattle slurry
S. G. Sommer;J. E. Olesen;B. T. Christensen.
The Journal of Agricultural Science (1991)
Separation efficiency and particle size distribution in relation to manure type and storage conditions.
Hanne Ellen Møller;S.G. Sommer;Birgitte Kiær Ahring;Birgitte Kiær Ahring.
Bioresource Technology (2002)
The chemical buffer system in raw and digested animal slurry
S. G. Sommer;S. Husted.
The Journal of Agricultural Science (1995)
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