Summary of performance data for technologies to control gaseous, odor, and particulate emissions from livestock operations: Air management practices assessment tool (AMPAT)

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2016-06-01
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Maurer, Devin
Harmon, Jay
Koziel, Jacek
Andersen, Daniel
Maurer, Devin
Koziel, Jacek
Harmon, Jay
Hoff, Steven
Rieck-Hinz, Angela
Andersen, Daniel
Hoff, Steven
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Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
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The livestock and poultry production industry, regulatory agencies, and researchers lack a current, science-based guide and data base for evaluation of air quality mitigation technologies. Data collected from science-based review of mitigation technologies using practical, stakeholders-oriented evaluation criteria to identify knowledge gaps/needs and focuses for future research efforts on technologies and areas with the greatest impact potential is presented in the Literature Database tab on the air management practices tool (AMPAT). The AMPAT is web-based (available at www.agronext.iastate.edu/ampat) and provides an objective overview of mitigation practices best suited to address odor, gaseous, and particulate matter (PM) emissions at livestock operations. The data was compiled into Excel spreadsheets from a literature review of 265 papers was performed to (1) evaluate mitigation technologies performance for emissions of odor, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), ammonia (NH3), hydrogen sulfide (H2S), particulate matter (PM), and greenhouse gases (GHGs) and to (2) inform future research needs.

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This article is from Data in Brief 7 (2016):1413–1429, doi:10.1016/j.dib.2016.03.070. Posted with permission.

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