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Max-Eyth-Allee 100

14469 Potsdam

Tel. +49 (0)331 5699-0

E-Mail atb@atb-potsdam.de

Koordinierendes Institut

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Priv. Doz. Dr. Barbara Amon Prof. UZ
Abteilung: Technikbewertung und Stoffkreisläufe
Wissenschaftlerin, Forschungsprogrammkoordinatorin


Telefon: +49 (0)331 5699 243
E-Mail: bamon@atb-potsdam.de

Forschungsprogramme

Arbeitsgebiete

  • Messen und Mindern umwelt- und klimarelevanter Gase aus der Tierhaltung
  • Tiergerechte Nutztierhaltung
  • Biogaserzeugung aus Wirtschaftsdüngern und Energiepflanzen
  • Umweltfreundliches Wirtschaftsdüngermanagement
  • Verbessern von Emissionsinventaren
  • Stickstoffmanagement und -flüsse
  • Nachhaltigkeit landwirtschaftlicher Systeme und Technologien
  • Integration regionaler Landwirtschaftssysteme in One Health Konzepte

Mehr

  • Guest editor for special issue "Gaseous Emissions and Mitigation Options during Waste Management in Agroecosystems" (https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/9451/gaseous-emissions-and-mitigation-options-during-waste-management-in-agroecosystems )
  • since Nov 2018 associate professor for environmental engineering and agricultural engineering at the University of Zielona Góra 
  • IPCC Review Editor to 6th Assessment Report
  • IPCC Lead Author chapter “Agriculture”, 2019 Refinement to the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for the National Greenhouse Gas Inventories
  • Nutrient cycles accounting and impact assessment technical advisory group under the FAO-Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership
  • EIP Agri Focus Group "Reducing emissions from cattle farming"
  • TFEIP: co-chair of the “Agriculture and Nature Panel”TFRN: Expert Panel on Mitigation of Agricultural Nitrogen
  • TFRN: Expert Panel on Nitrogen Budgets
  • KTBL: Emission factors for animal husbandry
  • KTBL: Working group on climate protection
  • associate editor of “Journal of Environmental Quality”
  • editorial board of “Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment” and “Frontiers”
  • Austrian Expert Panel on IPPC (Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control) ”Intensive rearing of pigs and poultry”
  • Austrian working group on the sector Agriculture within the Austrian Climate Protection Law
  • Austrian Assessment Report: contributing lead author
  • UN/ECE Control of Long Range Transboundary Air Pollution, EMEP Steering Body, Task Force on Emission Inventories and Projections
  • IPCC Expert Panel “Good Practice Guidance and Uncertainty Management in National Greenhouse Gas Inventories”
  • FAO Network on Recycling of Agricultural, Municipal and Industrial Residues in Agriculture (RAMIRAN) 
Weitere Projekte
  • NitroClim.AT: Sustainable nitrogen management under climate change in Austria
  • Towards INMS: Targeted research on the global nitrogen cycle, towards the establishment of an International Nitrogen Management System
  • NitroAustria (Folgeprojekt von FarmClim): Nitrogen losses from Austrian agricultural soils –modelling to explore trade off-effects
  • ADAPT-CATMILK: Adaptation in Austrian cattle and milk production
  • LowAmmo: Measurement and abatement of ammonia emissions from agriculture
  • CC-Copa: Climate Change: Uncertainties, Thresholds and Coping Strategies
Curriculum Vitae

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Sept 04, 2019: FRUTIC Symposium 2019

The FRUTIC Symposium 2019: Innovations in Pre- and Postharvest Supply Chain of Fresh Produce will be held in Hong Kong on Sept. 04, 2019.

Sept 5-6, 2019: INSECTA 2019 International Conference, Potsdam

The INSECTA 2019 International Conference aims to give an overview of state-of-the-art technology of insects for food, feed and non-food application. Topics cover the whole value chain from research,

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