2017 | Scientific Publications
    Charity Garland, Samantha Delapena, Rajendra Prasad, Christian L'Orange, Donee Alexander, Michael Johnson

    Black carbon (BC) emissions from household cookstoves consuming solid fuel produce approximately 25 percent of total anthropogenic BC emissions. The short atmospheric lifetime of BC means that...

    Black carbon cookstove emissions: A field assessment of 19 stove/fuel combinations
    2015 | Scientific Publications
    Semmens, E . O., C. W. Noonan, R. W. Allen, E . C. Weiler, & T. J. Ward

    Ambient particulate matter (PM) exposures have adverse impacts on public health, but research evaluating indoor PM concentrations in rural homes in the United States using wood as fuel for heating...

    2014 | Scientific Publications
    Shen, G., & M. Xue (2014) Comparison of Carbon Monoxide and Particulate Matter Emissions from Residential Burnings of Pelletized Biofuels and Traditional Solid Fuels, Energy Fuels (As Soon As Publishable).

     

    Abstract - Widespread use of solid fuels affects indoor/outdoor air quality, human health, and climate change significantly. Replacing traditional solid fuels with affordable cleaner...

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