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
- Digestive System
- Microbial ecosystem and methanogenesis in ruminants.
- Key facts and findings
- Global Livestock Environmental Assessment Model (GLEAM)