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Orals AS3.25/BG9.64

AS3.25/BG9.64 Media

Rising methane and climate: Identification, estimation, and reduction of anthropogenic and natural methane sources and sinks from the Arctic to the Tropics. (co-organized)
Convener: Euan Nisbet  | Co-Conveners: Philippe Bousquet , Anita Ganesan , Penelope Pickers , David Lowry , Rebecca Fisher , Felix Vogel , Giulia Zazzeri 
 / Thu, 27 Apr, 08:30–12:00
 / Attendance Thu, 27 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Thursday, 27 April 2017
Room 0.11
Chairperson: A. Ganesan and P. Bousquet
CH4 emission estimates from an active landfill site inferred from a combined approach of CFD modelling and in situ FTIR measurements
Hannah Sonderfeld, Hartmut Boesch, Antoine P.R. Jeanjean, Stuart N. Riddick, Grant Allen, Sebastien Ars, Stewart Davies, Neil Harris, Neil Humpage, Roland Leigh, and Joseph Pitt
Monitoring fugitive methane and natural gas emissions, validation of measurement techniques.
Rod Robinson, Fabrizio Innocenti, Tom Gardiner, Jon Helmore, Andrew Finlayson, and Andy Connor
In-situ observations of the isotopic composition of methane at the Cabauw tall tower site
Thomas Röckmann, Simon Eyer, Carina van der Veen, Maria E Popa, Béla Tuzson, Guillaume Monteil, Sander Houweling, Eliza Harris, Dominik Brunner, Hubertus Fischer, Giulia Zazzeri, David Lowry, Euan G Nisbet, Willi A Brand, Jaroslav M Necki, Lukas Emmenegger, and Joachim Mohn
EGU2017-1085 | presentation
Isotopic constraints on methane’s global sources and ENSO-dependence Highlight
Hinrich Schaefer, Sara Mikaloff Fletcher, Cora Veidt, Keith Lassey, Gordon Brailsford, Tony Bromley, Ed Dlugokencky, Sylvia Englund Michel, John Miller, Ingeborg Levin, Dave Lowe, Ross Martin, Bruce Vaughn, James White, and Sylvia Nichol
A comparison of PCA and PMF models for source identification of fugitive methane emissions
Sabina Assan, Alexia Baudic, Sandy Bsaibes, Valerie Gros, Philippe Ciais, Johannes Staufer, Rod Robinson, and Felix Vogel
The Impact of Fall Emissions of CO2 and CH4 in the Arctic
Colm Sweeney, charles Miller, Steve Wofsy, Roisin Cummane, nick Parazoo, walt Oechel, and Donatella Zona
Coffee break
Understanding methane variability from 1980 - 2015 using inversions of methane, δ13C and ethane
Rona Thompson and Euan Nisbet
Methane feedbacks to the global carbon cycle in a warming climate – combining microbial and geochemical perspectives. Methane feedbacks to the global ca Highlight
Albertus J. (Han) Dolman, Joshua Dean, Rien Aerts, Luke Blauw, Mathias Egger, Mike Jetten, Anniek de Jong, Ove Meisel, Olivia Rasigraf, Thomas Roeckmann, Caroline Slomp, Michiel in 't Zandt, and Jack Middelburg
EGU2017-5769 | presentation
Why Occam’s razor doesn’t work for atmospheric methane Highlight
Martin Manning, Gordon Brailsford, Ed Dlugokencky, Rowena Moss, Euan Nisbet, Hinrich Schaefer, and James White
Attribution of recent trends in atmospheric methane using inverse modelling
Joe McNorton, Chris Wilson, Manuel Gloor, and Martyn Chipperfield
What caused the abrupt increase in the methane growth rate during 2014? Highlight
Sudhanshu Pandey, Sander Houweling, Narcissa Nechita-Banda, Maarten Krol, Thomas Röckmann, and Ilse Aben
Hydroxyl radical variability and its influence on recent methane growth inferred from methyl chloroform trends
Matthew Rigby, Steve Montzka, Ronald Prinn, James White, Dickon Young, Simon O'Doherty, Anita Ganesan, Alistair Manning, Peter Simmonds, Peter Salameh, Chris Harth, Jens Muhle, Ray Weiss, Paul Fraser, Paul Steele, Paul Krummel, Archie McCulloch, and Sunyoung Park