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Pai, S.J. (author), Heald, C.L. (author), Coe, H. (author), Brooks, J. (author), Shephard, M.W. (author), Dammers, E. (author), Apte, J.S. (author), Luo, G. (author), Yu, F. (author), Holmes, C.D. (author), Venkataraman, C. (author), Sadavarte, P. (author), Tibrewal, K. (author)
India experiences some of the highest levels of ambient PM2.5 aerosol pollution in the world. However, due to the historical dearth of in situ measurements, chemical transport models that are often used to estimate PM2.5 exposure over the region are rarely evaluated. Here, we conduct a novel model comparison with speciated airborne measurements...
article 2022
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Sadavarte, P. (author), Pandey, S. (author), Maasakkers, J.D. (author), van der Gon, H.D. (author), Houweling, S. (author), Aben, I. (author)
Coal mines are globally an important source of methane and also one of the largest point sources of methane. We present a high resolution 0.1° × 0.1° bottom-up gridded emission inventory for methane emissions from coal mines in India and Australia, which are among the top five coal producing countries in 2018. The aim is to reduce the...
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Madhuanand, L. (author), Sadavarte, P. (author), Visschedijk, A.J.H. (author), Denier van der Gon, H.A.C. (author), Aben, I. (author), Osei, F.B. (author)
article 2021
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Mazzini, A. (author), Sciarra, A. (author), Etiope, G. (author), Sadavarte, P. (author), Houweling, S. (author), Pandey, S. (author), Husein, A. (author)
Quantifying natural geological sources of methane (CH4) allows to improve the assessment of anthropogenic emissions to the atmosphere from fossil fuel industries. The global CH4 flux of geological gas is, however, an object of debate. Recent fossil (14C-free) CH4 measurements in preindustrial-era ice cores suggest very low global geological...
article 2021
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Sadavarte, P. (author), Pandey, S. (author), Maasakkers, J.D. (author), Lorente, A. (author), Borsdorff, T. (author), Denier van der Gon, H. (author), Houweling, S. (author), Aben, I. (author)
Two years of satellite observations were used to estimate the methane emission from coal mines in Queensland, the largest coal producing state in Australia. The six analyzed surface and underground coal mines are estimated to emit 570±98 Gg a-1 in 2018-2019. Together, they account for 7% of the national coal production, while emitting 55±10% of...
article 2021
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Zhang, Y. (author), Gautam, R. (author), Pandey, S. (author), Omara, M. (author), Maasakkers, J.D. (author), Sadavarte, P. (author), Lyon, D. (author), Nesser, H. (author), Sulprizio, M.P. (author), Varon, D.J. (author), Zhang, R. (author), Houweling, S. (author), Zavala-Araiza, D. (author), Alvarez, R.A. (author), Lorente, A. (author), Hamburg, S.P. (author), Aben, I. (author), Jacob, D.J. (author)
Using new satellite observations and atmospheric inverse modeling, we report methane emissions from the Permian Basin, which is among the world's most prolific oil-producing regions and accounts for >30% of total U.S. oil production. Based on satellite measurements from May 2018 to March 2019, Permian methane emissions from oil and natural gas...
article 2020
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Pandey, S. (author), Gautam, R. (author), Houweling, S. (author), van der Gon, H.D. (author), Sadavarte, P. (author), Borsdorff, T. (author), Hasekamp, O. (author), Landgraf, J. (author), Tol, P. (author), van Kempen, T. (author), Hoogeveen, R. (author), van Hees, R. (author), Hamburg, S.P. (author), Maasakkers, J.D. (author), Aben, I. (author)
Methane emissions due to accidents in the oil and natural gas sector are very challenging tomonitor, and hence are seldomconsidered in emission inventories and reporting. One of the main reasons is the lack of measurements during such events. Here we report the detection of large methane emissions from a gas well blowout in Ohio during February...
article 2019
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