Atmospheric measurement of point source fossil CO 2 emissions

@article{Turnbull2013AtmosphericMO,
  title={Atmospheric measurement of point source fossil CO 2 emissions},
  author={J. Turnbull and E. D. Keller and T. Baisden and G. Brailsford and T. Bromley and Margaret Norris and A. Zondervan},
  journal={Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics},
  year={2013},
  volume={14},
  pages={5001-5014}
}
  • J. Turnbull, E. D. Keller, +4 authors A. Zondervan
  • Published 2013
  • Chemistry
  • Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
  • Abstract. We use the Kapuni Gas Treatment Plant to examine methodologies for atmospheric monitoring of point source fossil fuel CO2 (CO2ff) emissions. The Kapuni plant, located in rural New Zealand, removes CO2 from locally extracted natural gas and vents that CO2 to the atmosphere, at a rate of ~0.1 Tg carbon per year. The plant is located in a rural dairy farming area, with no other significant CO2ff sources nearby, but large, diurnally varying, biospheric CO2 fluxes from the surrounding… CONTINUE READING

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