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  1. Co-benefits and trade-offs of between greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions for measures reducing ammonia emissions and implications for costing

    This book chapter shows there are both synergies and counter effects related to climate and nitrogen policy. The synergies concern nitrogen efficiency improvements in animal and plant production...

  2. Losses of Ammonia and Nitrate from Agriculture and Their Effect on Nitrogen Recovery in the European Union and the United States between 1900 and 2050

    Historical trends and levels of nitrogen (N) budgets and emissions to air and water in the European Union and the United States are markedly different. Agro-environmental policy approaches also...

  3. Yield-scaled mitigation of ammonia emission from N fertilization: the Spanish case

    Here, we present a novel methodology to provide an integrated assessment of the best strategies to abate NH 3 from N applications to crops. Using scenario analyses, we assessed the potential of...

  4. Ammonia (NH3) - EDGAR 32

      (nh3 ammonia) ...
  5. Ammonia (NH3) - EDGAR 32FT2000

    gases (nh3 ammonia) ...
  6. More particulate matter from sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and ammonia than previously assumed

    Emissions of sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and ammonia are mainly from anthropogenic origin: traffic, energy production and agriculture. It was found that contributions to particulate matter...

  7. Ammonia (NH3) - EDGAR 32FT2000

    Go to GEIA (EDGAR 2.1) inventory (grid, 1990) N.B.   All items in italic have not yet been implemented. Summary tables :       Summary Tables (sources/regions) Figures 1995 ...
  8. Global greenhouse gas emissions, per type and gas and source, including LULUCF

    production data on cement, lime, ammonia, crude steel and aluminium, from the USGS Commodity Statistics . ...
  9. Global greenhouse gas emissions 1970 - 2017

    2011–2017 . USGS (United States Geological Survey), 2012–2017 production data on cement, lime, ammonia ...
  10. Trends in global CO2 and total greenhouse gas emissions: 2018 report

    In 2017, the growth in global greenhouse gas emissions resumed at a rate of 1.3% per year, reaching 50.9 gigatonnes in CO 2 equivalent. This was mainly due to emissions of CO 2 and methane,...