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The modelling of anthropogenic methane emissions : methodology and estimates

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At the Kyoto Conference in 1997, OECD countries together with a number of countries in Eastern Europe and the FSU (‘Annex I countries’) committed themselves to quantitative targets for emitting certain Greenhouse Gases (GHGs). Six gases were singled out, of which carbon dioxide (CO4 and methane (CH4) are the most important, accounting for about 95 per cent of global anthropogenic GHG emissions. The parties to the Kyoto Protocol are committed to reduce these emissions to a level around 5 per c...

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University of Oxford
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Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
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University of Oxford
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Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
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OIES paper
Publication date:
1999-01-01
Paper number:
EV29
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1901795144
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English
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2015-03-11

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