Mapping and modelling greenhouse gas emissions in CCAFS’ sites in South Asia
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CCAFS. 2014. Mapping and modelling greenhouse gas emissions in CCAFS’ sites in South Asia. New Delhi, India: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS)
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Measurement of greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture activity requires expensive equipment and human resources to proceed on a continuous basis and to provide annual and seasonal emission estimates. Also, estimation of spatial-temporal distribution of agricultural emissions using ﬁeld data is time consuming and limited in its scope. Process-based bio-geochemical models, coupled with spatial data on soil properties, crop distribution and rotation, climate and agricultural management can provide estimates of greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural landscapes.