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Effects of Soil Organic Matter Contents, Paddy Types and Agricultural Climatic Zone on CH4 Emissions from Rice Paddy Field
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Effects of Soil Organic Matter Contents, Paddy Types and Agricultural Climatic Zone on CH4 Emissions from Rice Paddy Field
Ko, Jee-Yeon; Lee, Jae-Saeng; Woo, Koan-Sik; Song, Seok-Bo; Kang, Jong-Rae; Seo, Myung-Chul; Kwak, Do-Yeon; Oh, Byeong-Gun; Nam, Min-Hee;
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 Abstract
To evaluate the effects of abiotic factors of paddy fields on greenhouse gases (GHGs) emissions from rice paddy fields, emission amounts were investigated from rice paddy fields by different soil organic matter contents, paddy types, and agricultural climatic zone in Yeongnam area during 3 years. emission amounts according to soil organic matter contents in paddy field were conducted at having different contents of 5 soil organic matters fields (23.6, 28.7, 31.0, 34.5, and ), The highest emission amount was recorded in the highest soil organic matters plot of . High correlation coefficient (r=) was obtained between emissions from paddy fields and their soil organic matter contents. According to paddy field types, emission amounts were investigated at 4 different paddy fields as wet paddy, sandy paddy, immature paddy, and mature paddy. The highest emissions was recorded in wet paddy (100%) and followed as immature paddy 64.0%, mature paddy 46.8%, and sandy paddy 23.8%, respectively. For the effects of temperature on emissions from paddy fields, 4 agricultural climatic zones were investigated, which were Yeongnam inland zone (YIZ), eastern coast of central zone (ECZ), plain area of Yeongnam inland mountainous zone (PMZ), and mountainous area of Yeongnam inland mountainous zone (MMZ). The order of emission amounts from paddy fields by agricultural climatic zone were YIZ (100%) > ECZ (94.6%) > PMZ (91.6%) > MMZ (78.9%). The regression equation between emission amounts from paddy fields and average air temperature of Jul. to Sep. of agricultural climatic zone was y = 389.7x-4,287 (x means average temperature of Jul. to Sep. of agricultural climatic zone, )
 Keywords
4Agricultural climate zone;Paddy fields;Soil organic matter;Paddy type;
 Language
Korean
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