Reactions Science Videos | March 20, 2018
Learn more about CuriosityStream at https://curiositystream.com/reactions (CODE: reactions) Cows burp up a lot of methane thanks to the chemistry of their digestion. And since methane is a greenhouse gas, our beef and dairy have huge climate change consequences. This week on Reactions, we cover the gassy science of cow guts.
Revised methane emissions factors and spatially distributed annual carbon fluxes for global livestock
Climate change and livestock: Impacts, adaptation, and mitigation
How Bad of a Greenhouse Gas Is Methane?
Global Warming Potential Values
Methanogens: Methane Producers of the Rumen and Mitigation Strategies
Effects of Essential Oils on Methane Production and Fermentation by, and Abundance and Diversity of, Rumen Microbial Populations
Canada Is Using Genetics to Make Cows Less Gassy
German cows cause methane blast in Rasdorf
Taxon-specific associations between protozoal and methanogen populations in the rumen and a model rumen system
Cow power coming to California
This Is How You Turn Cow Fart Gas Into Energy
Microbial ecosystem and methanogenesis in ruminants.
Key facts and findings
Global Livestock Environmental Assessment Model (GLEAM)
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