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...

    2014 | Scientific Publications
    Comiso, J. C., & D. K. Hall

    The Arctic is a region in transformation. Warming in the region has been amplified, as expected from ice-albedo feedback effects, with the rate of warming observed to be ∼0.60 ±...

    2014 | Scientific Publications
    Edwards, P. M., S S. Brown, J. M. Roberts, R. Ahmadov, R. M. Banta, J. A. deGouw, W. P. Dubé, R. A. Field, J. H. Flynn, J. B. Gilman, M. Graus, D. Helmig, A. Koss, A. O. Langford, B. L. Lefer, B. M. Lerner, R. Li, S.-M. Li, S. A. McKeen, S. M. Murphy, D. D. Parrish, C. J. Senff, J. Soltis, J. Stutz, C. Sweeney

    Abstract - The United States is now experiencing the most rapid expansion in oil and gas production in four decades, owing in large part to implementation of new extraction technologies such as...

    2014 | Scientific Publications
    Brodt, S., A. Kendall, Y. Mohammadi, A. Arslan, J. Yuan, I. Lee, & B. Linquist


    Abstract - The nexus of climate change and food security challenges currently facing humanity requires better understanding of how to balance food production needs with climate change...

    2014 | Scientific Publications
    Wecht, K. J., D. J. Jacob, C. Frankenberg, Z. Jiang, & D. R. Blake (2014) Mapping of North American methane emissions with high spatial resolution by inversion of SCIAMACHY satellite data, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres (Accepted Article).

    Abstract - We estimate methane emissions from North America with high spatial resolution by inversion of SCIAMACHY satellite observations using the GEOS-Chem chemical transport model and its...

    2014 | Scientific Publications
    ICF International, Economic Analysis of Methane Emission Reduction Opportunities in the U.S. Onshore Oil and Natural Gas Industries, prepared for Environmental Defense Fund (2014).

    Executive Summary – Methane is an important climate change forcing greenhouse gas (GHG) with a short‐term impact many times greater than carbon dioxide.  Methane comprised 9% of U.S....

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