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Evaluation of Global and Regional Gridded Distribution of Emissions

Abstract : During the past few years, different emissions inventories have been developed, which provide emissions of gaseous and particulate atmospheric species for the past few decades at both the global and regional scales. We have gathered the data provided by several inventories developed for the global as well as for the regional scale. A more detailed description of the emissions inventory developed in support of the next IPCC report is given in the paper: this dataset covers the 1850-2100 period, and considers anthropogenic as well as biomass burning emissions. The emissions provided by many publicly available global and regional inventories have been intercompared, and the results of the comparisons for carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide and black carbon are presented. The work is focusing on the evolution of the emissions of these species between 1980 and 2100. The differences identified in anthropogenic as well as biomass inventories are discussed. Further work, which concerns the extension of the evaluation exercise to other compounds such as volatile organic compounds is discussed.
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Claire Granier, Jean-François Lamarque, Tami Bond, Ariela d'Angiola, Hugo Denier van der Gon, et al.. Evaluation of Global and Regional Gridded Distribution of Emissions. Proceedings of the 19th International EPA Emission Inventory Conference, Sep 2010, San Antonio, United States. 7 p. ⟨hal-00670491⟩



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