Global Gridded Daily CO$_2$ Emissions

  title={Global Gridded Daily CO\$\_2\$ Emissions},
  author={Xinyu Dou and Yilong Wang and Philippe Ciais and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Chevallier and Steven J. Davis and Monica Crippa and Greet Janssens‑Maenhout and Diego Guizzardi and Efisio Solazzo and Feifan Yan and Da Huo and Zheng Bo and Zhu Deng and Biqing Zhu and Hengqi Wang and Qiang Zhang and Pierre Gentine and Zhu Liu},
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