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Cows Burp for Science in Argentina - 09 Jul 2008
Cows Burp for Science in Argentina - 09 Jul 2008
ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
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July 09, 2008
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA) Also see GF2E47H1MJI01
ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
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July 09, 2008
A cow eats in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A cow eats in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar
A cow eats in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
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July 09, 2008
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
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July 09, 2008
Cows stand in their pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Cows stand in their pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar
Cows stand in their pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
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July 09, 2008
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA) FOR BEST QUALITY also see:
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ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
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July 09, 2008
Guillermo Berra, a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology, adjusts a plastic...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Guillermo Berra, a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology, adjusts a plastic...
Guillermo Berra, a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology, adjusts a plastic tank on the back of a cow at their farm in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
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July 09, 2008
Guillermo Berra, a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology, adjusts a plastic...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Guillermo Berra, a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology, adjusts a plastic...
Guillermo Berra, a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology, adjusts a plastic tank on the back of a cow at their farm in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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