Global Warming
Nitrogen Use Efficiency, Nitrogen Fertilizers, NUE, Nitrogen and the Environment
Soil Plant Nutrient Cycling and Environmental Quality
         
 NASA Global Warming

NASA, Global Warming
We do not have a "companion earth" to test this against.
We have to get it right the first time. 

NASA, Scientific Consensus

Green Revolution

LIVE SITE:  Atmospheric CO2 
Date last updated: 03/28/2017
  Feedlot near Bakersfield, CA  confinement cattle production Greeley Colorado

Animal Industry contribution to Global Warming

Feedlot near Bakersfield, California, United States (36, 19N, 120, 16W).

The USA produces and consumes the most beef in the world. This livestock farming brings together the Western regions of the United States specialized in reproduction and the great plains of the Midwest fattening regions where corn and soybeans are produced and where livestock farms called feedlots have been developed. The number of cattle herds in the world is now over one billion. Livestock farming has a disastrous effect on the environment and contributes to global warming more than the transport sector. This activity causes 65% of the hemioxide nitrate emissions, a gas which has 296 times more global warming potential than CO2, mainly because of manure. It also produces 37% methane emissions. Methane has 23 times more global warming potential than CO2. The 9% of carbon dioxide emissions are linked to human activities. But all around the world, the increase in standard of living comes with higher meat and dairy product consumption. World meat production should still increase 64% by 2050, going from 296 to 465 million tons.

Where Global Emissions are Coming From? (can change map view by changing the year at the bottom)

World Hunger, NUE, Ethanol

A. Cancer caused by meat consumption, Washington POST, October 2015
Red meat and colon cancer (Harvard Medical)

B.
Statistics from the Beef Industry
(www.beefusa.org)
90,000,000 head

C. The role of livestock in climate change (FAO)

D. Global Farm Animal Production and Global Warming: Impacting and Mitigating Climate Change

E. Livestock Methane Emissions

F.
Mitigation Options for Global Warming (Science, 1992)


HOMEWORK-1 (% global warming due to animal agriculture) (RESULTS)

World Population not consuming animal products


Bogota, Colombia (15th anniversary of the car-free day) (population 7.1 million, Mexico City population, 21.2 million)

Pollution, Wuhan, China

74 Chinese Cities Ranked (Pollution)

Antibiotic Reistance/Genes coming from the Pork Industry, mBio (April 12, 2016)


 


Methane release from Antarctic Ice (Fox News) 2010

Vegetarianism to save Planet (EarthSave)

Atmospheric CO2, Wikipedia

Partial Pressure CO2

OSU  Increase in Atmospheric CO2 due to Worldwide Decrease in Soil Organic Matter (Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 3:1713-1719).

OSU  Land Area and CO2, Wright et al. (2001)

CO2 emissions from 1.5 billion cattle

CO2, methane, nitrous oxide emissions from cattle

Global Farm Animal Production and Global Warming: Impacting and Mitigating Climate Change

Livestock Methane Emissions

Mitigation Options for Global Warming (Science, 1992)

Nature:  Effects of Rising Atmospheric Concentration of CO2 on Plants

Nitrous oxide

Save the earth

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Aspen-FACE

Microbial Ecology and increased CO2

   


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Wuhan China (http://aqicn.org/city/wuhan/)

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NASA, global climate changeGlobal Climate Change

PPT, CCA 2016 Presentation on Carbon and Nitrogen



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www.co2.earth

Stillwater OK, temperature increase
Lahoma OK, Temperature

502 Annual average Temperature, 1993 - 2016.


data one;
input year temp;
cards;
1993 14.1923436
1994 13.6006289
1995 14.4397363
1996 14.2116698
1997 14.3759513
1998 15.995691
1999 .
2000 .
2001 15.4959196
2002 15.1478369
2003 14.9489322
2004 15.8975367
2005 .
2006 .
2007 .
2008 .
2009 15.6919192
2010 14.9351852
2011 12.55
2012 16.882716
2013 14.1064815
2014 14.5324074
2015 18.6419753
2016 16.6944444
proc glm;
model year = temp;
proc glm;
model temp = year;
run;