Declining Methane Emissions But Steady Leakage Rates Observed in Western U.S. 16 November 2021

Declining Methane Emissions But Steady Leakage Rates Observed in Western U.S.

Methane emissions from the region have fallen by half, but analysis of leak rates show that there is still a ways to go in stopping methane leaks, which impact the climate and human health, and can impose costs on Utah’s economy.

Integrated Global Greenhouse Gas Information System (IG3IS) Best Research Practices Guidelines draft now open for comments 12 November 2021

Integrated Global Greenhouse Gas Information System (IG3IS) Best Research Practices Guidelines draft now open for comments

A draft report titled “Urban Greenhouse Gas Emissions Observation and Monitoring Best Research Practices” seeks review comments.

Urban Areas across the U.S. are Undercounting Methane Emissions 26 October 2021

Urban Areas across the U.S. are Undercounting Methane Emissions

Methane emissions from the distribution and use of natural gas across U.S. cities are 2 to 10 times higher than recent EPA estimates. 

WE-CAN Campaign Data Explores Chemical Evolution in Wildfire Plumes 30 September 2021

WE-CAN Campaign Data Explores Chemical Evolution in Wildfire Plumes

Modeling experiments and field campaign data shine a light on the factors determining chemical evolution in wildfire plumes.

WE-CAN Field Campaign Data Helps Estimate Wildland Firefighter Smoke Exposure 31 August 2021

WE-CAN Field Campaign Data Helps Estimate Wildland Firefighter Smoke Exposure

Data from a US Forest Service campaign and the WE-CAN field campaign combine to estimate emission and exposure information for wildland firefighters.

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