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  1. 2001-01-01 When organic material decomposes under anaerobic conditions, it produces biogas which is a mixture of methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2) with small quantities of hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon monoxide and other compounds. Biogas can be used as a fuel source for cooking, heating, producing light...
  2. 1975-01-01 30 pages, tables
  3. 1977-01-01 This report discusses the means by which the natural process of anaerobic fermentation can be controlled by man for his benefit, and how the methane generated by this process can be used as a fuel. 131 pages
  4. 1975-01-01 This book gives practical answers on how to use simple bio-systems for recycling waste while placing them in th broader context of our world. 93 pages, illustrated
  5. This publication discusses the background and history of digesters, the biology of digestion, raw materials, the gas, digesters, using gas, using sludge, and building a sump digester, and building an inner tube digester.
  6. Describes the physical and chemical processes leading to the production of biogases and describes procedures for constructing a digester to convert sewage and organic wastes to methane for use on farms and in homes
  7. David Fulford has written an outstanding text on the advantages and challenges of running a biogas programme in a third world country. Mr. Fulford's text outlines the myriad applications that biogas plants can perform, and demonstrates the practical utility of this renewable energy resource. Many...
  8. Anaerobic digestion, or biodigestion, involves the microbial degradation of organic materials in an oxygen-free environment. Feedstocks for anaerobic digestion include livestock manures, crop residues, culled fruit and vegetables, food waste, and other organic by-products. The process produces...
  9. Abstract, New Phytologist, 2018 Dec Forest ecosystem methane (CH4) research has focused on soils, but trees are also important sources and sinks in forest CH4 budgets. Living and dead trees transport and emit CH4 produced in soils; living trees and dead wood emit CH4 produced inside trees by...