Reversal of global atmospheric ethane and propane trends largely due to US oil and natural gas production

@inproceedings{Helmig2016ReversalOG,
  title={Reversal of global atmospheric ethane and propane trends largely due to US oil and natural gas production},
  author={Detlev Helmig and Samuel M Rossabi and Jacques Hueber and Pieter Tans and Stephen A. Montzka and Ken Masarie and Kirk Thoning and Christian Plass-Duelmer and Anja Claude and Lucy J. Carpenter and Alastair C. Lewis and Shalini Punjabi and Stefan Reimann and Martin K. Vollmer and Rainer Steinbrecher and James W. Hannigan and Louisa Emmons and Emmanuel Mahieu and Bruno Franco and Dan Smale and A Pozzer},
  year={2016}
}
Atmospheric non-methane hydrocarbon concentrations began declining in the 1970s. Surface and column measurements show that Northern Hemisphere ethane concentrations are now rising, probably due to North American oil and natural gas emissions. 

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