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Emission estimates and inventories of non-methane volatile organic compounds from anthropogenic burning sources in India. / Stewart, Gareth J.; Nelson, Beth S.; Acton, W. Joe F.; Vaughan, Adam R.; Hopkins, James R.; Yunus, Siti S.M.; Hewitt, C. Nicholas; Wild, Oliver; Nemitz, Eiko; Gadi, Ranu; Sahu, Lokesh K.; Mandal, Tuhin K.; Gurjar, Bhola R.; Rickard, Andrew R.; Lee, James D.; Hamilton, Jacqueline F.

In: Atmospheric Environment: X, Vol. 11, 100115, 31.10.2021.

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Stewart, GJ, Nelson, BS, Acton, WJF, Vaughan, AR, Hopkins, JR, Yunus, SSM, Hewitt, CN, Wild, O, Nemitz, E, Gadi, R, Sahu, LK, Mandal, TK, Gurjar, BR, Rickard, AR, Lee, JD & Hamilton, JF 2021, 'Emission estimates and inventories of non-methane volatile organic compounds from anthropogenic burning sources in India', Atmospheric Environment: X, vol. 11, 100115. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aeaoa.2021.100115

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Stewart, G. J., Nelson, B. S., Acton, W. J. F., Vaughan, A. R., Hopkins, J. R., Yunus, S. S. M., Hewitt, C. N., Wild, O., Nemitz, E., Gadi, R., Sahu, L. K., Mandal, T. K., Gurjar, B. R., Rickard, A. R., Lee, J. D., & Hamilton, J. F. (2021). Emission estimates and inventories of non-methane volatile organic compounds from anthropogenic burning sources in India. Atmospheric Environment: X, 11, [100115]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aeaoa.2021.100115

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Stewart GJ, Nelson BS, Acton WJF, Vaughan AR, Hopkins JR, Yunus SSM et al. Emission estimates and inventories of non-methane volatile organic compounds from anthropogenic burning sources in India. Atmospheric Environment: X. 2021 Oct 31;11. 100115. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aeaoa.2021.100115

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Stewart, Gareth J. ; Nelson, Beth S. ; Acton, W. Joe F. ; Vaughan, Adam R. ; Hopkins, James R. ; Yunus, Siti S.M. ; Hewitt, C. Nicholas ; Wild, Oliver ; Nemitz, Eiko ; Gadi, Ranu ; Sahu, Lokesh K. ; Mandal, Tuhin K. ; Gurjar, Bhola R. ; Rickard, Andrew R. ; Lee, James D. ; Hamilton, Jacqueline F. / Emission estimates and inventories of non-methane volatile organic compounds from anthropogenic burning sources in India. In: Atmospheric Environment: X. 2021 ; Vol. 11.

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title = "Emission estimates and inventories of non-methane volatile organic compounds from anthropogenic burning sources in India",
abstract = "Comprehensive, spatially disaggregated emission inventories are required for many developing regions to evaluate the relative impacts of different sources and to develop mitigation strategies which can lead to effective emission controls. This study developed a 1 km2 non-methane volatile organic compound (NMVOC) emission model for the combustion of fuel wood, cow dung cake, municipal solid waste (MSW), charcoal, coal and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in India from 1993 to 2016. Inputs were selected from a range of detailed fuel consumption surveys and recent emission factors measured during comprehensive studies of local burning sources. For the census year of 2011, we estimated around 13 (5–47) Tg of NMVOCs were emitted from biomass and MSW combustion in India. Around 54% of these emissions were from residential solid biofuel combustion, 23% from open burning of MSW, 23% from crop residue burning on fields and ",
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T1 - Emission estimates and inventories of non-methane volatile organic compounds from anthropogenic burning sources in India

AU - Stewart, Gareth J.

AU - Nelson, Beth S.

AU - Acton, W. Joe F.

AU - Vaughan, Adam R.

AU - Hopkins, James R.

AU - Yunus, Siti S.M.

AU - Hewitt, C. Nicholas

AU - Wild, Oliver

AU - Nemitz, Eiko

AU - Gadi, Ranu

AU - Sahu, Lokesh K.

AU - Mandal, Tuhin K.

AU - Gurjar, Bhola R.

AU - Rickard, Andrew R.

AU - Lee, James D.

AU - Hamilton, Jacqueline F.

PY - 2021/10/31

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N2 - Comprehensive, spatially disaggregated emission inventories are required for many developing regions to evaluate the relative impacts of different sources and to develop mitigation strategies which can lead to effective emission controls. This study developed a 1 km2 non-methane volatile organic compound (NMVOC) emission model for the combustion of fuel wood, cow dung cake, municipal solid waste (MSW), charcoal, coal and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in India from 1993 to 2016. Inputs were selected from a range of detailed fuel consumption surveys and recent emission factors measured during comprehensive studies of local burning sources. For the census year of 2011, we estimated around 13 (5–47) Tg of NMVOCs were emitted from biomass and MSW combustion in India. Around 54% of these emissions were from residential solid biofuel combustion, 23% from open burning of MSW, 23% from crop residue burning on fields and

AB - Comprehensive, spatially disaggregated emission inventories are required for many developing regions to evaluate the relative impacts of different sources and to develop mitigation strategies which can lead to effective emission controls. This study developed a 1 km2 non-methane volatile organic compound (NMVOC) emission model for the combustion of fuel wood, cow dung cake, municipal solid waste (MSW), charcoal, coal and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in India from 1993 to 2016. Inputs were selected from a range of detailed fuel consumption surveys and recent emission factors measured during comprehensive studies of local burning sources. For the census year of 2011, we estimated around 13 (5–47) Tg of NMVOCs were emitted from biomass and MSW combustion in India. Around 54% of these emissions were from residential solid biofuel combustion, 23% from open burning of MSW, 23% from crop residue burning on fields and

KW - Non-methane volatile organic compounds

KW - India

KW - Emission inventory

KW - Burning

KW - Residential combustion

U2 - 10.1016/j.aeaoa.2021.100115

DO - 10.1016/j.aeaoa.2021.100115

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JO - Atmospheric Environment: X

JF - Atmospheric Environment: X

SN - 2590-1621

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