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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 04/2016, Volume 352, Issue 6281, pp. 80 - 84
Methane, a powerful and important greenhouse gas, has been accumulating nearly uninterruptedly in the atmosphere for the past 200 years, with the exception of... 
Methane | Fossil fuels | Atmosphere | Emissions
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by Saunois, Marielle and Bousquet, Philippe and Poulter, Ben and Peregon, Anna and Ciais, Philippe and Canadell, Josep G and Dlugokencky, Edward J and Etiope, Giuseppe and Bastviken, David and Houweling, Sander and Janssens-Maenhout, Greet and Tubiello, Francesco N and Castaldi, Simona and Jackson, Robert B and Alexe, Mihai and Arora, Vivek K and Beerling, David J and Bergamaschi, Peter and Blake, Donald R and Brailsford, Gordon and Brovkin, Victor and Bruhwiler, Lori and Crevoisier, Cyril and Crill, Patrick and Covey, Kristofer and Curry, Charles and Frankenberg, Christian and Gedney, Nicola and Höglund-Isaksson, Lena and Ishizawa, Misa and Ito, Akihiko and Joos, Fortunat and Kim, Heon Sook and Kleinen, Thomas and Krummel, Paul and Lamarque, Jean François and Langenfelds, Ray and Locatelli, Robin and Machida, Toshinobu and Maksyutov, Shamil and McDonald, Kyle C and Marshall, Julia and Melton, Joe R and Morino, Isamu and Naik, Vaishali and O'Doherty, Simon and Parmentier, Frans Jan W and Patra, Prabir K and Peng, Changhui and Peng, Shushi and Peters, Glen P and Pison, Isabelle and Prigent, Catherine and Prinn, Ronald and Ramonet, Michel and Riley, William J and Saito, Makoto and Santini, Monia and Schroeder, Ronny and Simpson, Isobel J and Spahni, Renato and Steele, Paul and Takizawa, Atsushi and Thornton, Brett F and Tian, Hanqin and Tohjima, Yasunori and Viovy, Nicolas and Voulgarakis, Apostolos and Van Weele, Michiel and Van Der Werf, Guido R and Weiss, Ray and Wiedinmyer, Christine and Wilton, David J and Wiltshire, Andy and Worthy, Doug and Wunch, Debra and Xu, Xiyan and Yoshida, Yukio and Zhang, Bowen and Zhang, Zhen and Zhu, Qiuan and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States) and Tema Miljöförändring and Linköpings universitet and Filosofiska fakulteten and Institutionen för tema
Earth System Science Data, ISSN 1866-3508, 12/2016, Volume 8, Issue 2, pp. 697 - 751
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by Saunois, Marielle and Bousquet, Philippe and Poulter, Ben and Peregon, Anna and Ciais, Philippe and Canadell, Josep G and Dlugokencky, Edward J and Etiope, Giuseppe and Bastviken, David and Houweling, Sander and Janssens-Maenhout, Greet and Tubiello, Francesco N and Castaldi, Simona and Jackson, Robert B and Alexe, Mihai and Arora, Vivek K and Beerling, David J and Bergamaschi, Peter and Blake, Donald R and Brailsford, Gordon and Bruhwiler, Lori and Crevoisier, Cyril and Crill, Patrick and Covey, Kristofer and Frankenberg, Christian and Gedney, Nicola and Höglund-Isaksson, Lena and Ishizawa, Misa and Ito, Akihiko and Joos, Fortunat and Kim, Heon-Sook and Kleinen, Thomas and Krummel, Paul and Lamarque, Jean-François and Langenfelds, Ray and Locatelli, Robin and Machida, Toshinobu and Maksyutov, Shamil and Melton, Joe R and Morino, Isamu and Naik, Vaishali and O'Doherty, Simon and Parmentier, Frans-Jan W and Patra, Prabir K and Peng, Changhui and Peng, Shushi and Peters, Glen P and Pison, Isabelle and Prinn, Ronald and Ramonet, Michel and Riley, William J and Saito, Makoto and Santini, Monia and Schroeder, Ronny and Simpson, Isobel J and Spahni, Renato and Takizawa, Atsushi and Thornton, Brett F and Tian, Hanqin and Tohjima, Yasunori and Viovy, Nicolas and Voulgarakis, Apostolos and Weiss, Ray and Wilton, David J and Wiltshire, Andy and Worthy, Doug and Wunch, Debra and Xu, Xiyan and Yoshida, Yukio and Zhang, Bowen and Zhang, Zhen and Zhu, Qiuan and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States) and Tema Miljöförändring and Linköpings universitet and Filosofiska fakulteten and Institutionen för tema
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, ISSN 1680-7316, 09/2017, Volume 17, Issue 18, pp. 11135 - 11161
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City & Community, ISSN 1535-6841, 12/2013, Volume 12, Issue 4, pp. 380 - 395
Although several studies show that self‐esteem varies according to neighborhood context, few have directly examined potential mediators of this association. In... 
STATISTICAL-METHODS | URBAN STUDIES | LIFE STRESS | URBAN WOMEN | ADOLESCENTS | DISADVANTAGE | PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS | MENTAL-HEALTH | DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS | RELATIONSHIP VIOLENCE | AFRICAN-AMERICAN | SOCIOLOGY | Social aspects | Social networks | Analysis | Low income groups | Women | Neighborhoods | Families & family life | Self esteem | Cities | Social support
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Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, ISSN 1680-7316, 01/2017, Volume 17, Issue 1, pp. 47 - 76
A regional atmospheric inversion method has been developed to determine the spatial and temporal distribution of CO2 sinks and sources across New Zealand for... 
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Biogeochemistry, ISSN 0168-2563, 7/2011, Volume 104, Issue 1/3, pp. 5 - 22
Measurements of near-sea-level tropospheric ∆¹⁴CO₂ have been made at Wellington, New Zealand since December 1954; these measurements comprise the longest such... 
Radiocarbon dating | Biogeochemistry | Radiocarbon | Oceans | Carbon dioxide | Time series | Biosphere | Fossil fuels | Special Section: The New Zealand carbon cycle: from regional to budget to global cycle | Southern hemisphere | Atmospherics | Carbon cycle | Bomb pulse
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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 04/2009, Volume 324, Issue 5926, pp. 506 - 508
The cause of a large increase of atmospheric methane concentration during the Younger Dryas-Preboreal abrupt climatic transition (approximately 11,600 years... 
Methane | Ice | Atmospheric chemistry | Paleoecology | Isotopes
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Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, ISSN 1867-1381, 01/2019, Volume 12, Issue 1, p. 637
pWe present a 10-year (January 2007-December 2016) time series of continuous in situ measurements of methane (CH.sub.4 ), carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrous... 
Methane | Measurement | Nitrous oxide
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American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine, ISSN 1073-449X, 11/2014, Volume 190, Issue 10, pp. 1102 - 1110
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