2015 | Scientific Publications
    Kanga, M. Cynthia M. Kannoa, Matthew C. Reida,3, Xin Zhangb, Denise L . Mauzeralla,b,1, Michael A. Celiaa, Yuheng Chenc, and Tullis C. Onstottc

    Abandoned oil and gas wells provide a potential pathway for subsurface migration and emissions of methane and other fluids to the atmosphere. Little is known about methane fluxes from the millions...

    2015 | Scientific Publications
    McKaina, K., A. Down, S. M. Racitie, J. Budneya, L . R. Hutyrae, C. Floerchingerg, S. C. Herndong, T. Nehrkornh, M. S. Zahniserg, R. B. Jackson, N . Phillipse, & S. C. Wofsya

    Methane emissions from natural gas delivery and end use must be quantified to evaluate the environmental impacts of natural gas and to develop and assess the efficacy of emission reduction...

    2015 | Scientific Publications
    Greenblatt, J. B.

    This paper examines policy and technology scenarios in California, emphasizing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2020 and 2030. Using CALGAPS, a new, validated model simulating GHG and criteria...

    2015 | Scientific Publications
    Hu, L ., S. A. Montzka, J. B. Miller, A. E . Andrews, S. J. L ehman, B. R. Miller, K. Thoning, C. Sweeney, H, Chen, D. S. Godwin, K. Masarie, L . Bruhwiler, M. L . Fischer, S. C. Biraud, M. S. Torn, M. Mountain, T. Nehrkorn, J. Eluszkiewicz, S. Miller, R. R. Draxler, A. F. Stein, B. D. Hall, J. W. Elkins, & P. P. Tans

    U.S. national and regional emissions of HFC-134a are derived for 2008–2012 based on atmospheric observations from ground and aircraft sites across the U.S. and a newly developed regional...

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