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Estimates of joint soil carbon, methane and N2O marginal mitigation costs from world agriculture



Estimates of joint soil carbon, methane and N2O marginal mitigation costs from world agriculture



4th International Symposium on non CO2 greenhouse gases NCGG 4, science, control, policy and implementation, Utrecht, Netherlands, 4-6 July 2005: 609-617



This study aims to improve upon the agricultural non-CO2 mitigation estimates by DeAngelo et al. (2005) which where produced to assist models participating in the multi-gas scenario analyses under the Energy Modeling Forum (EMF-21) to represent the agricultural sector. Marginal abatement curves (MACs) of potential greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions (CH4, N2O and soil carbon) are currently developing for major world agricultural regions in years 2010 and 2020.

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