Designing spatially differentiated pollution control for agricultural ammonia emissions

01 October 2015 → 31 January 2020
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Natural sciences
    • Applied mathematics in specific fields
    • Statistics and numerical methods
  • Social sciences
    • Applied economics
    • Economic history
    • Macroeconomics and monetary economics
    • Microeconomics
    • Tourism
  • Engineering and technology
    • Sustainable and environmental engineering
  • Agricultural and food sciences
    • Agriculture, land and farm management
nature conservation environmental taxation environmental policy ammonia nitrogen deposition agriculture eutrophication
Project description

Agriculture is the main source of ammonia emissions. Atmospheric deposition of ammonia causes eutrophication
in ecosystems. The goal of this project is the design of a spatially differentiated policy to abate agricultural ammonia emissions. Therefore, economically calibrated operational models will be designed. This models will be used to evaluate effectivity, efficiency and compliance of different policy options.