Top-down estimates of global CO sources using MOPITT measurements

@inproceedings{Arellano2004TopdownEO,
  title={Top-down estimates of global CO sources using MOPITT measurements},
  author={Avelino F Arellano and Prasad S. Kasibhatla and L. Del Giglio and Guido van der Werf and James T Randerson},
  year={2004}
}
[1] We present a synthesis inversion of CO emissions from various geographical regions and for various source categories for the year 2000 using CO retrievals from the MOPITT (Measurements of Pollution in the Troposphere) instrument. We find a large discrepancy between our top-down estimates and recent bottom-up estimates of CO emissions from fossil fuel/biofuel (FFBF) use in Asia. A key conclusion of this study is that CO emissions in East Asia (EAS) are about a factor of 1.8–2 higher than… CONTINUE READING

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