Direct measurements of the seasonality of emission factors from savanna fires in northern Australia

  title={Direct measurements of the seasonality of emission factors from savanna fires in northern Australia},
  author={C P Mick Meyer and G. D. Cook and Fabienne Reisen and Thomas E. L. Smith and Maria Tattaris and Jeremy Russell-Smith and Stefan W. Maier and Cameron P Yates and Martin J. Wooster},
[1] Current good practice guidelines for national greenhouse gas inventories requires that seasonal variation in emission factors from savanna fires be considered when compiling national accounts. African studies concluded that the emission factor for methane decreases during the dry season principally due to curing of the fuels. However, available data from Australian tropical savannas shows no effect of seasonality on emission factors, consistent with observations that the fine fuels appear… CONTINUE READING
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