Annone Veneto, Maggio 2018
Monitoring of greenhouse gas emissions is a key aspect in assessing the efficiency of models and processes that can have an impact on the environment. To this end, the Eddy covariance method proves to be an effective means of measuring the exchange of greenhouse gases and soil carbon dioxide.
Within the LIFE VITISOM project the monitoring of greenhouse gas emissions on the ground is a central aspect for the validity of the proposed fertilization model. In particular, this type of analysis makes it possible to identify between different treatments - non-fertilized witness, working witness, compost with or without incorporation on the ground - differences in terms of gaseous flows.