Agricultural atmospheric ammonia: identification & assessment of potential impacts

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Title: Agricultural atmospheric ammonia: identification & assessment of potential impacts
Authors: Kelleghan, David B.Fogarty, MícheálWelchman, SimonCummins, ThomasCurran, Thomas P.
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Date: 21-Mar-2022
Online since: 2022-03-23T15:45:26Z
Abstract: This Irish Wildlife Manual aims to summarise: The effects of emissions of ammonia from intensive agricultural sources and its deposition on biodiversity. The regulatory requirements for the assessment of these effects and the indicators of adverse effects including physical observations and theoretical limits used in modelling assessment. The approach recommended by the Irish EPA and approaches used in various European Countries that are currently used to assess and report on the potential effects of emissions of ammonia from agricultural development. A framework for high-level review of dispersion modelling assessment intended for non-expert users of dispersion models that details a non-technical basis to consider whether the critical components of a dispersion modelling study meet the requirements of dispersion modelling guidance issued by the Irish EPA.
Funding Details: National Parks & Wildlife Service (NPWS)
Type of material: Technical Report
Publisher: National Parks and Wildlife Service, Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage
Series/Report no.: Irish Wildlife Manuals; 135
Copyright (published version): 2022 An tSeirbhís Páirceanna Náisiúnta agus Fiadhúlra
Keywords: AgricultureAmmoniaAir Pollution
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Language: en
Status of Item: Peer reviewed
ISSN: 1393-6670
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