According to the IPCC Tier 1 methodology, the effect of straw incorporation on CH4 emissions (S) is estimated as followsEmbedded Imagewhere S is the scaling factor (i.e., emissions in straw amended plots divided by emissions in nonamended plots), ROA is the application rate of straw, and CFOA is a conversion factor for straw incorporation (19). Because straw was incorporated into soils within the same rice season in our dataset, the value of CFOA is 1. Note that the scaling factor S is directly comparable to the response ratio R in the meta-analysis.

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