In this webinar, we will discuss air quality concerns with the land application of manure and wastewater.  As houses encroach upon rural areas once used strictly for crop production, there is a pressing need to address odor and air quality impacts.  The webinar will focus on two primary subjects:  1) the science of measuring and quantifying odor and air quality impacts, and 2) best management practices for reducing odor and ammonia emissions from the land application of manure and wastewater.

CCA/CPAg:  1.0 Nutrient Management
CPSS/CPSC:  1.0 Professional Meeting

Dr. David Parker
Research Agricultural Engineer
USDA-ARS Conservation and Production Research Laboratory

Speaker Bio:
Dr. Parker is a Research Agricultural Engineer with the USDA-ARS in Bushland, Texas. He is a registered Professional Engineer with 27 years of experience specializing in air quality and manure management associated with animal feeding operations. His work experience includes 16 years as a Professor at West Texas A&M University, where he taught courses and conducted research in Agricultural Waste Management.  He also managed the university odor and GC/MS laboratories.

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Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
September 10, 2015
Addressing Air Quality Concerns for Land Application of Manure and Wastewater
Speaker Information
Dr. David Parker   [ view bio ]
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American Society of Agronomy
Nutrient Management : 1.00
Soil Science Society of America
Professional Meetings: 1.00
Member/Certified Professional Price:$25.00
Non-Member Price:$40.00