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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: U.S. AGRICULTURE AND FORESTY GREENHOUSE INVENTORY: 1999-2001)

Author
item Bickel, K
item Brenner, J
item Duffield, J
item Follett, Ronald - Ron
item Heath, L
item Kimble, J
item Kruger, D
item Mangino, J
item Mosier, Arvin
item Ogle, S
item Paustian, K
item Shapouri, H
item Smith, J
item Wirth, T
item Woodbury, P

Submitted to: United States Department of Agriculture Technical Bulletin
Publication Type: Government publication
Publication Acceptance Date: 4/20/2003
Publication Date: 3/20/2004
Citation: Bickel, K., Brenner, J., Duffield, J., Follett, R.F., Heath, L., Kimble, J., Kruger, D., Mangino, J., Mosier, A.R., Ogle, S., Paustian, K., Shapouri, H., Smith, J., Wirth, T., Woodbury, P. 2004. U.S. agriculture and foresty greenhouse inventory: 1999-2001. United States Department Of Agriculture Technical Bulletin No. 1907. 164p.

Interpretive Summary: This U.S. Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory provides national-level estimates of emissions of the primary GHGs (carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and fluorine containing halogen substances) across a broad range of sectors (energy, industrial processes, solvent use, agriculture, land use change and forestry, and waste). Although not extensive, some State and regional emission emissions data are part of the inventory development process and can be used for more disaggregated analyses. This report customizes the data from the U.S. GHG inventory in a manner that is useful to agriculture and forestry producers and related industries, natural resource and agricultural professionals, as well as technical assistance providers, researcheres and policymakers.

Technical Abstract: This U.S. Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory provides national-level estimates of emissions of the primary GHGs (carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and fluorine containing halogen substances) across a broad range of sectors (energy, industrial processes, solvent use, agriculture, land use change and forestry, and waste). Although not extensive, some State and regional emission emissions data are part of the inventory development process and can be used for more disaggregated analyses. This report customizes the data from the U.S. GHG inventory in a manner that is useful to agriculture and forestry producers and related industries, natural resource and agricultural professionals, as well as technical assistance providers, researcheres and policymakers.

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