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Title
Title:
Emissions of N2O - from Fuel Combustion (UNFCCC)
SubTitle:
National level
Filename:  
emissions_n2o_fuel_unfccc
 
 
 
General Description
Abstract:
This site (http://ghg.unfccc.int) contains summary tables and an on-line database of emission estimates for three main gases: CO2, CH4, N2O, as well as for CO, NOX, NMVOCs, and SO2. These data are in general available for 1990 - 1997. The emission estimates are presented in accordance with the source categories of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories (1996). This site contains only the most recently submitted information. In some cases, the most recent information for a period of years (e.g. 1990-1997) is based on different submissions, as information submitted from year to year does not necessarily include data for years previously submitted. Thus the data may not necessarily be consistent or comparable among years for a given Party. Global Warming Potentials The Global Warming Potentials used for presentation of CH4 and N2O in terms of CO2 equivalent are 21 and 310, respectively, for a 100 year time horizon (source: Climate Change 1995: The Science of Climate Change, table 4, p. 22, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 1996). Emission source categories Emission estimates are presented in accordance with the source categories of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories (1996), with the exception of emissions from burning of biomass. As some information has been reported following previous IPCC reporting formats, emissions estimates from burning of biomass from gases other than CO2 are also provided where reported separately from other source categories. It should also be noted that the category "National Total" does not include emissions resulting from fuel sold to ships or aircraft engaged in international transport (international bunker fuel emissions). Furthermore, in the case of CO2 , the "National Total" does not include emissions from biomass burning or emissions or removals from the land-use change and forestry sector.
Purpose:
In accordance with Articles 4 and 12 of the Convention, and the relevant decisions of the Conference of the Parties, Parties to the Convention submit national greenhouse gas inventories to the Climate Change secretariat. These inventory data are provided in the national communications under the Convention by Annex I and non-Annex I Parties. In addition, Annex I Parties submit annual national greenhouse gas inventories.
Units:
Gigagrams of N2O
GEO Theme:
Atmosphere
GEO Data Category:   
Emissions of GHG, ODS, Dust, Metals
Type:
Data downloads
Subtype:
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Language:
English
Status:
Complete
Maintenance:
Unknown
 
 
 
Keywords
GEMET Theme:
Pollution
Free Keywords:
Pollution, air, emission, N2O, fuel combustion, UNFCC, national level
 
 
 
Online Reference
URL:
http://ghg.unfccc.int/
File Format:
Web page
 
 
 
Spatial Reference
Coverage:
World
Coordinates:
 
North
90
 
West -180
 
180 East
 
-90
South
 
Region:
World
Subregion:
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Resolution:
Country
 
 
 
Temporal Reference
Covered Time:
1990-1998
 
 
 
Responsability
Person:
Haus Carstanjen
Organization:
United Nations Framework on Climate Change
Address:
Martin-Luther-King-Strasse 8
 
 
Postal Code:
D-53175
City:
Bonn
State:
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Country:
Germany
Phone:
(49-228) 815-1000
Fax:
(49-228) 815-1999
Email:
secretariat@unfccc.int
 
 
Publisher:
UNFCCC
Publ. Place:
Bonn
 
 
Publ. Year:
2002
Data Source:
UNFCCC/GHG
Data Provider:
UNFCCC
Copyright:
UNFCCC
User Constr.:
Public
 
 
 
Metadata Information
Person:
Gregory Giuliani
Organization:
UNEP/DEWA/GRID-Geneva
Address:
11, Chemin des Anemones
 
 
Postal Code:
1219
City:
Chatelaine
State:
Geneva
Country:
Switzerland
Phone:
+41 22 917 82 94
Fax:
+41 22 917 80 29
Email:
geo@grid.unep.ch
 
 
Date:
20020503
 
 
 
 
 
GIS Data Info
Projection:
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Min. Scale:
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Max. Scale
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Data Resol.:
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Data Format:
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Statistics Data Info
Aggregation method
Mehtod:
Sum
Weight factor:
-----
Comments:
The value "-9999" corresponds to "No Data".
 
Interpolations/Extrapolations
Interpolations:
Aggregations only
Extrapolations:
Aggregations only
Method:
Trend
Comments:
Some values are calculated by extrapolations and interpolations; they are exclusively used for the regional/subregional and global aggregations.
 
Calculated pre 1991-1992 relative country share
Former USSR:
None
Former Yugoslavia SFR:
None
Former Czechoslovakia:
None
Former Ethiopia:
None
Comments:
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General comments
Country notes:
The 39 countries included in the database allow aggregations for five GEO subregions (Central, Eastern and Western Europe, North America and Australia + New Zealand) and two regions (Europe and North America) only. Data for the subregion of Central Europe excludes data for: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, Republic of Macedonia, Turkey and Yugoslavia. Data for the subregion of Eastern Europe excludes data for: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Moldova Republic.
Definitions:
Emissions of N2O (Nitrous Oxide) - from fuel combustion derives from energy Industries, manufacturing industries and construction, transport, other sectors, other…
Comments:
Data source. The data is based on the national greenhouse gas inventories given by the parties of the Climate Change Convention. This data is annually submitted to the Climate Change secretariat by national communications under the Convention by the Annex I Parties. Annex I Parties - The industrialized countries listed in this annex to the Climate Change Convention tried to return their greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by the year 2000. They have also accepted emission targets for the period 2008-12. They include the following members Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, European Union, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States of America and 14 countries with economies in transition: Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. Greenhouse gases (GHGs) - The major GHGs responsible for causing climate change are carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), and nitrous oxide (N20). The Kyoto Protocol also addresses hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), perfluorocarbons (PFCs), and sulphur hexafluoride (SF6). For more detailed information about the GHG inventory database see: http://ghg.unfccc.int/. 1 Gigagram corresponds to 1 Thousand Metric Tons.