Trend in global black carbon emissions from 1960 to 2007.

@article{Wang2014TrendIG,
  title={Trend in global black carbon emissions from 1960 to 2007.},
  author={Rong Wang and Shu Tao and Huizhong Shen and Ye Q Huang and Han Chen and Yves Balkanski and Olivier Boucher and Philippe Ciais and Guofeng Shen and Wei Li and Yanyan Zhang and Yuanchen Chen and Nan Lin and Shu Su and Bengang Li and Junfeng Liu and WenXin Liu},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={48 12},
  pages={6780-7}
}
Black carbon (BC) plays an important role in both climate change and health impact. Still, BC emissions as well as the historical trends are associated with high uncertainties in existing inventories. In the present study, global BC emissions from 1960 to 2007 were estimated for 64 sources, by using recompiled fuel consumption and emission factor data sets. Annual BC emissions had increased from 5.3 (3.4-8.5 as an interquartile range) to 9.1 (5.6-14.4) teragrams during this period. Our… CONTINUE READING
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