Source attribution of the changes in atmospheric methane for 2006 – 2008

@inproceedings{Bousquet2011SourceAO,
  title={Source attribution of the changes in atmospheric methane for 2006 – 2008},
  author={Philippe Bousquet and Bruno Ringeval and I. Pison and Edward J. Dlugokencky and E.-G. Brunke and Claire C. Carouge and Fabienne Chevallier and Audrey Fortems-Cheiney and Christian Frankenberg and Didier A. Hauglustaine and Paul B Krummel and Ray L. Langenfelds and Michel Ramonet and Martina Schmidt and L. Paul Steele and Sophie Szopa and Christina Yver and Nicolas Viovy and Philippe Ciais},
  year={2011}
}
The recent increase of atmospheric methane is investigated by using two atmospheric inversions to quantify the distribution of sources and sinks for the 2006–2008 period, and a process-based model of methane emissions by natural wetland ecosystems. Methane emissions derived from the two inversions are consistent at a global scale: emissions are decreased in 2006 ( −7 Tg) and increased in 2007 (+21 Tg) and 2008 (+18 Tg), as compared to the 1999–2006 period. The agreement on the latitudinal… CONTINUE READING
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