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Methane and nitrous oxide emissions in The Netherlands: ambient measurements support the national inventories

We present net emission estimates of CH sub(4) and N sub(2)O of The Netherlands based on measurements conducted during the period of May 2006 to April 2009 at station Lutjewad, The Netherlands (6 degree 21' E, 53 degree 24' N, 1 m a.s.l.). super(222)Radon mixing ratios were applied as an indicator f... Full description

Journal Title: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions Sep 11, 2009, Vol.9(5), pp.18867-18897
Main Author: Der Laan, Svan
Other Authors: M Neubert, Re , J Meijer, Ha
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title: Methane and nitrous oxide emissions in The Netherlands: ambient measurements support the national inventories
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description: We present net emission estimates of CH sub(4) and N sub(2)O of The Netherlands based on measurements conducted during the period of May 2006 to April 2009 at station Lutjewad, The Netherlands (6 degree 21' E, 53 degree 24' N, 1 m a.s.l.). super(222)Radon mixing ratios were applied as an indicator for vertical mixing and long-range air mass transport and used to calculate the net surface fluxes from atmospheric mixing ratios of CH sub(4) and N sub(2)O. Our study shows that our measurement site Lutjewad is well-suited to measure emissions from The Netherlands and validation of the national inventories using the super(222)Radon flux method. Since this study is purely observation-based it is independent from inventories or atmospheric models. Our results are compared to the national inventories as reported to the UNFCCC. We found net emissions of: (15.2 plus or minus 5.3) t km super(-2) a super(-1) for CH sub(4) and (0.9 plus or minus 0.3) t km super(-2) a super(-1) for N sub(2)O. These values are lower than the inventory-based emissions (2006-2008 averages) of (18.3 plus or minus 3.3) t km super(-2) a super(-1) for CH sub(4), and (1.3 plus or minus 0.6) t km super(-2) a super(-1) for N sub(2)O, but the differences are insignificant.
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abstractWe present net emission estimates of CH sub(4) and N sub(2)O of The Netherlands based on measurements conducted during the period of May 2006 to April 2009 at station Lutjewad, The Netherlands (6 degree 21' E, 53 degree 24' N, 1 m a.s.l.). super(222)Radon mixing ratios were applied as an indicator for vertical mixing and long-range air mass transport and used to calculate the net surface fluxes from atmospheric mixing ratios of CH sub(4) and N sub(2)O. Our study shows that our measurement site Lutjewad is well-suited to measure emissions from The Netherlands and validation of the national inventories using the super(222)Radon flux method. Since this study is purely observation-based it is independent from inventories or atmospheric models. Our results are compared to the national inventories as reported to the UNFCCC. We found net emissions of: (15.2 plus or minus 5.3) t km super(-2) a super(-1) for CH sub(4) and (0.9 plus or minus 0.3) t km super(-2) a super(-1) for N sub(2)O. These values are lower than the inventory-based emissions (2006-2008 averages) of (18.3 plus or minus 3.3) t km super(-2) a super(-1) for CH sub(4), and (1.3 plus or minus 0.6) t km super(-2) a super(-1) for N sub(2)O, but the differences are insignificant.
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