2014 | Scientific Publications
    Evans, M., & V. Roshchanka (2014) Russian policy on methane emissions in the oil and gas sector: A case study in opportunities and challenges in reducing short-lived forcers, Atmospheric Environment 92:199-206.

    Abstract - Methane is a potent greenhouse gas, 21 times as powerful as carbon dioxide in contributing to climate change on a ton-for-ton basis. Methane, along with other short-lived forcers such...

    2014 | Scientific Publications
    Pierrehumbert, R.T.

    Abstract - Although carbon dioxide emissions are by far the most important mediator of anthropogenic climate disruption, a number of shorter-lived substances with atmospheric lifetimes of under a...

    2014 | Scientific Publications
    Bamberger, I., J. Stieger, N. Buchmann, & W. Eugster (2014) Spatial variability of methane: Attributing atmospheric concentrations to emissions, Environmental Pollution 190:65-74.

    Abstract - Atmospheric methane concentrations were quantified along transects in Switzerland, using a mobile laser spectrometer combined with a GPS, to identify their spatio-temporal patterns and...

    2014 | Scientific Publications
    Kovats, S., M. Depledge, A. Haines, L. E Fleming, P. Wilkinson, S. B Shonkoff, & N. Scovronick

    What is known about the health effects of gas extraction by induced hydraulic fracturing of gas-bearing rock — ie, fracking? A workshop held on Nov 15, 2013, at the London School of Hygiene...

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