Dynamics of Emissions of Black Carbon in the Region for the Kola Peninsula over the Period of 1960-2015 on the Base of the MACCity Database

July 2016
Himija v Interesah Ustojchivogo Razvitija;2016, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p455
Academic Journal
The article presents a review of an online service ECCAD on the base of Internet database MACCity, on the base of which the pre-treatment was made and emission dynamics of black carbon was analyzed for the period of 1960–2015 for the region of Kola Peninsula by six types of sources (energetics, industry, industry, surface transport, marine transport, household use of resources and waste treatment). The data on the total black carbon emissions in the region over this period were given. The leading position in emissions of black carbon of the household use of the resources use and insignificance of the contribution of the region as a whole in Russia was noted.


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