David Kelleghan, originally a consultant ecologist, has spent the last 7 years researching atmospheric ammonia emissions, its dispersion and impact on the Irish environment. Ammonia emissions from agriculture pose a significant threat to Ireland’s Natura 2000 sites, with the Dutch Nitrogen Case highlighting a number of gaps in current assessment approaches. David discussed his research monitoring emissions from hotspots and impacts on Natura 2000 sites, alongside national modelling; placing this research in context for practitioners in light of the recent recommendations from the European Court of Justice.
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