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Greenhouse gas observations from the Northeast Corridor tower network

TitleGreenhouse gas observations from the Northeast Corridor tower network
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsKarion A., Callahan W., Stock M., Prinzivalli S., Verhulst K.R, Kim J., Salameh PK, Lopez-Coto I., Whetstone J.
Volume12
Pagination699-717
Date Published2020/03
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number1866-3508
Accession NumberWOS:000522155100001
Keywordscarbon-dioxide; ch4; design; fuel co2 emissions; Geology; indianapolis; Instrumentation; los-angeles; Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences; methane emissions; scale; system
Abstract

We present the organization, structure, instrumentation, and measurements of the Northeast Corridor greenhouse gas observation network. This network of tower-based in situ carbon dioxide and methane observation stations was established in 2015 with the goal of quantifying emissions of these gases in urban areas in the northeastern United States. A specific focus of the network is the cities of Baltimore, MD, and Washington, DC, USA, with a high density of observation stations in these two urban areas. Additional observation stations are scattered throughout the northeastern US, established to complement other existing urban and regional networks and to investigate emissions throughout this complex region with a high population density and multiple metropolitan areas. Data described in this paper are archived at the National Institute of Standards and Technology and can be found at https://doi.org/10.18434/M32126 (Karion et al., 2019).

DOI10.5194/essd-12-699-2020
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