National Air Emissions Monitoring Study (NAEMS) Selected Results and Discussion of Their Significance

This webcast highlights the findings of the National Air Emissions Monitoring Study (NAEMS). The purpose of the NAEMS was to measure emissions of regulated gases from representative livestock and poultry facilities across the U.S. and improve the state of knowledge of agricultural air emissions, especially in the context of prospective regulation of those emissions. This webcast was originally broadcast on September 16, 2011. More…

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About the NAEMS

Al Heber, Purdue University (17 minutes)

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What did the NAEMS study find?

Erin Cortus, South Dakota State University (27 minutes)

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Misperceptions of the data

Al Heber, Purdue University (14 minutes)

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