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After earlier versions of this Health Report Card, the 2014 edition of the Lake Chilika Health Report Card is now available.

This paper offers the technical basis and supporting research for using Nitrogen Use Efficiency (NUE) as a performance indicator to improve global food production and control the potential harmful environmental impacts of excess nitrogen-based compounds from manufactured and animal waste fertiliz

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This is the "Framework Code for Good Agricultural Practice for Reducing Ammonia Emissions” by the Economic Commission of Europe (ECE) Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution (LRTAP), Task Force on Reactive Nitrogen.


The SMAP (Smallholder Farmers Access to Phosphorus) is a joint project of CGA, University of Eldoret, University of Egerton, Local Farmers, Phosphorus Traders and Financial Institutions. The project helps smallholder farmers to profitably and sustainably access and utilize phosphorus fertilizer.

Mariculture (marine aquaculture) generates nutrient waste either through the excretion by the reared organisms, or through direct enrichment by, or remineralization of, externally applied feed inputs.

This policy brief on Eutrophication and Ocean Acidification describes the possible link between eutrophication and acidification, whereby eutrophication is possibly exacerbating the effects of increased atmospheric CO2 concentrations on ocean acidification.

The Chilika Lake Ecosystem Health Report Card focuses on understanding the bio-geochemical process and fluxes of nutrients in the Chilika Lake and estimating the overall water quality status, biodiversity and fisheries of the Chilika Lake along with the coastal water quality in the adjacent Bay o

Improving Nutrient Use Efficiency to Address the Nutrient Challenge

This World Resources Report describes a menu of solutions for achieving a balance between meeting different human needs and reducing environmental impacts. The report provides an initial analysis of the scope of the challenge and the technical prospects of different menu items.

A remarkable group of 160 scientists, agronomists, agricultural extension agents, certified crop advisors, seed and fertilizer industry representatives, regulatory agency representatives, non-government organization (NGO) scientists, and farmers met in Kansas City on August 13-15 2013 to address


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