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Environment

Program Details

ENV006

Distribution uniformity and emission reduction potential of a precision applicator for surface and sub-surface land application of poultry manure
Claude Laguë, P.Eng., Ph.D., Adjunct Professor, Department of Agricultural and Bioresource Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Saskatchewan (Dr. Laguë is currently Dean and Professor, Faculty of Engineering, University of Ottawa)

ENV007

Development of a Dynamic Model of Ca and P flows in Layers
James France, University of Guelph

ENV008

Activity-specific workplace exposures of poultry barn workers
A. (Sentil) Senthilselvan, University of Alberta

ENV009

Reducing pollution from veterinary pharmaceuticals in agricultural runoff from poultry manure
Shiv Prasher, McGill University

ENV026

Protein-based biomaterials from spent hens
Jianping Wu, University of Alberta

ENV029

Assessment of concentrations and emissions of airborne pollutants at various poultry operations
Bill Van Heyst, University of Guelph

ENV049

Evaluation of phosphorus utilization by broilers using different approaches
James France, University of Guelph

ENV056

Biopolymer-based nanocomposites from poultry industry byproducts for packaging applications
Aman Ullah, University of Alberta

ENV074

Evaluation of control strategies to reduce emissions of particulate matter and ammonia from poultry operations
Bill Van Heyst, University of Guelph

ENV076

Determining the genetic relationships between feed efficiency, production traits and greenhouse gas (NH3, N2O, CO2, and CH4) emissions in turkeys
Ben Wood, Hybrid Turkeys (Hendrix Genetics)/University of Guelph

ENV077

Validation of a new LED light bulb designed for the egg-laying industry
Grégoy Bédécarrats, University of Guelph

ENV082

Optimize and scale-up preparation of spent hen adhesive
Jianping Wu, University of Alberta

ENV090

Assessment of an air treatment system for enhanced environmental and biosecurity measures on a broiler operation
Bill Van Heyst, University of Guelph