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Description

Nicolas Vuichard talks about nitrous oxide, a powerful greenhouse gas. He first shows the extent of the nitrogen cycle disruption by human activity, then he precisely examines the N2O emissions sources and the action leads to reduce these emissions.

État

  • Labellisé

Langues

  • Anglais
  • Non français

Types

  • Grain audiovisuel
Greenhouse gases: description, sources and radiative effects
Greenhouse gases: description, sources and radiative effects
Carbon cycle: a natural cycle disrupted by human activity
Carbon cycle: a natural cycle disrupted by human activity
Absorption of carbon by terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
Absorption of carbon by terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
The methane cycle
The methane cycle
Other greenhouse gases: the ozone and halogenated compounds
Other greenhouse gases: the ozone and halogenated compounds
Big cities and greenhouse gases: present and future
Big cities and greenhouse gases: present and future
Greenhouse gases and future climate
Greenhouse gases and future climate
Greenhouse gases: description, sources and radiative effects
Greenhouse gases: description, sources and radiative effects
Carbon cycle: a natural cycle disrupted by human activity
Carbon cycle: a natural cycle disrupted by human activity
Absorption of carbon by terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
Absorption of carbon by terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
The methane cycle
The methane cycle
Other greenhouse gases: the ozone and halogenated compounds
Other greenhouse gases: the ozone and halogenated compounds
Big cities and greenhouse gases: present and future
Big cities and greenhouse gases: present and future
Greenhouse gases and future climate
Greenhouse gases and future climate

Contributeurs

Nicolas Vuichard