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Agricultural malodours - dispersal

, : Agricultural malodours - dispersal. Storing, handling and spreading of manure and municipal waste Proceedings of the seminar of the 2nd and 3rd Technical Section of the CIGR, Uppsala, Sweden, 20-22 September 1988 6: 1b-6: 15b

The Gaussian or plume model as a method of evaluating atmospheric dispersion of agricultural malodours was assessed and applied to a point source, a linear source, an area on which livestock slurry had been spread and a group of livestock buildings for distances of up to 400 m from the source. Samples of air over similar distances were taken and the odour concentration measured.

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