SAFARI 2000 / SIO-UVA-MPI: Publications and Documents
Collaborative Research: Biomass Burning Emissions Over Southern Africa
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Methyl Halide Emissions From Experimental Fires With Southern African Biofuels.
Jürgen M. Lobert, William C. Keene, Paul J. Crutzen, Dieter H. Scharffe, John R. Maben, Jonathan Williams.
Eos. Trans. AGU, 82(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A41C-08, 2001
Emissions of Volatile Inorganic Halogens, Carboxylic Acids, NH3 and SO2 From Experimental Burns of Southern African Biofuels.
William C. Keene, Jürgen M. Lobert, John R. Maben, Dieter H. Scharffe, Paul J. Crutzen.
Eos. Trans. AGU, 82(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A51A-0043, 2001
Emissions of Volatile and Particulate Compounds from Experimental Burns of Southern African Biofuels
William. C. Keene, Jürgen. M. Lobert, Paul. J. Crutzen, John. R. Maben, Dieter H. Scharffe, Conrad Brain, Christelle Hely, Tobias Landmann, and Dennis Kayambazinthu
Presentation at the SAFARI Synthesis Workshop in Charlottesville, VA, 07-11 October 2002.
Emissions of Major Gaseous and Particulate Species During Experimental Burns of Southern African Biomass
William C. Keene, Jürgen M. Lobert, Paul J. Crutzen, John R. Maben, Dieter H. Scharffe, Tobias Landmann, Christelle Hély, and Conrad Brain
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Related PublicationsRegional fuel load modeled for two contrasting years in central and southern Africa.
C. Hely, P.R. Dowty, S. Alleaume, K.K. Caylor, H.H. Shugart.
Eos. Trans. AGU, 82(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract A51A-0038, 2001
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