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Effects of Soil Types on Methane Gas Emission in Paddy During Rice Cultivation
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Effects of Soil Types on Methane Gas Emission in Paddy During Rice Cultivation
Seo, Young-Jin; Park, Jun-Hong; Kim, Chan-Yong; Kim, Jong-Su; Cho, Doo-Hyun; Choi, Seong-Yong; Park, So-Deuk; Jung, Hyun-Cheol; Lee, Deog-Bae; Kim, Kwang-Seop; Park, Man;
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 Abstract
Anaerobic decomposition of organic materials in flooded rice fields produces methane () gas, which escapes to the atmosphere primarily by transport through organs of the rice plants such as arenchyma etc., Although the annual amount of methane emitted from a given area is influenced by cultivation periods of rice and organic/inorganic amendments etc., soil type also affects methane emission from paddy soil during a rice cultivation. A field experiment was conducted to evaluate effects of soil type on emission in two paddy soils. One is a red-yellow soil classified as a Hwadong series (fine, mixed, mesic family of Aquic Hapludalfs), and the other is a gley soil classified as a Shinheung series (fine loamy, mixed, nonacid, mesic family of Aeric Fluvaquentic Endoaquepts). During a flooded periods, redox potentials of red-yellow soil were significantly higher than gley soil. emission in red-yellow soil () was lower than that in gley soil (). In the condition of different soil types, emissions were mainly influenced by the content of total free metal oxides in paddy soil. The results strongly imply that iron- or manganese-oxides of well ordered crystalline forms in soil such as goethite and hematite influenced on a emission, which is crucial role as a oxidizers in paddy soil during a rice cultivation.
 Keywords
Methane;Rice;Greenhouse gas emission;Red yellow soil;Gley soil;
 Language
Korean
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