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Air Quality and Shelterbelts: Odor Mitigation and Livestock Production a Literature Review
This literature review is focused on the potential for innovative use of trees and other vegetation to reduce the odor associated with livestock production. The goal is to examine available evidence to assess if trees and shelterbelts may: 1) be able to help control odor through physical and biological means, and 2) be an economically feasible technology for livestock producers as well as surrounding communities.
Iowa State University
Tyndall, John and Colletti, Joseph P., "Air Quality and Shelterbelts: Odor Mitigation and Livestock Production a Literature Review" (2000). Forestry Publications. 1.