Recherche de mesures d'émission

Cet outil permet d’afficher les mesures d’émission associées à votre demande. Les mesures d’émissions constituent une estimation de la quantité de polluants émise dans les limites géographiques, temporelles, sectorielles et/ou procédurales définies, ou des paramètres. Les inventaires des polluants ayant un effet sur le climat, y compris ceux qui se trouvent dans ce portail, comprennent généralement les paramètres suivants : Lieu (pays ou État/province/territoire); Année (ou fourchette d’années); Polluant (ou catégorie de polluants); Catégorie de sources (ou sous-catégorie); et Méthode d’estimation. Remarque : Combustible (un autre paramètre clé) n’est pas inclus pour le moment, parce que ce paramètre n’est pas bien défini dans les inventaires disponibles.

Les paramètres inclus dans chaque inventaire sont illustrés dans le tableau ci-après (Aperçu de l’inventaire).

Sélectionnez parmi les paramètres ci-après pour préciser votre recherche. Pour vous assurer d’obtenir des résultats, reportez-vous au tableau Aperçu de l’inventaire pour sélectionner des paramètres compatibles. Remarque : Lorsque vous sélectionnez une Catégorie de sources ou une Méthode d’estimation, nous vous recommandons de cliquer sur les icônes « i » pour obtenir un complément d’information.

Sélectionnez l’année ou les années visées par votre recherche.


Sélectionnez au moins un pays, une province, un État ou un territoire.


Sélectionnez au moins un polluant ou un groupe de polluants.


Sélectionnez un élément dans la liste des catégories de source ci-après si vous voulez préciser votre recherche selon l’activité d’émission ou le secteur économique.


Sélectionnez un élément de la liste ci-après si vous voulez préciser votre recherche selon la méthode d’estimation.

Recherche de lieux

Utilisez les liens ci-dessous pour sélectionner les pays, États, provinces ou territoires.

Liens rapides

Pays d'Amérique du Nord

Canada

Provinces canadiennes

États-Unis

États américains

Mexique

États mexicains

Recherche de polluants

Un polluant est un produit chimique ou un agent présent dans l'atmosphère qui peut contribuer aux changements climatiques ou présenter un risque pour la santé humaine.

Liens rapides

Tous les polluants

Carbone noir et polluants connexes

Polluants atmosphériques courants (PAC)

Gaz à effet de serre (GES)

Polluants atmosphériques à courte durée de vie

Sélectionnez un élément dans la liste des catégories de source ou dans la liste des méthodes d’estimation ci-après pour voir le ou les polluants qui y sont associés. Cliquez sur le nom d’un polluant pour aller à l’inventaire/aux inventaires contenant des données sur ce polluant.


Sélectionnez un élément dans la liste des catégories de source ci-après si vous voulez préciser votre recherche selon l’activité d’émission ou le secteur économique.


Sélectionnez un élément de la liste ci-après si vous voulez préciser votre recherche selon la méthode d’estimation.

Recherche de catégories de sources

Une catégorie de sources établit une classification des émissions par activité émettrice ou par secteur économique.

Liens rapides

CRF 2006 catégories de sources

Utilisez les outils ci-dessous pour sélectionner les catégories de sources qui répondent à tous vos critères d'entrée.


Sélectionnez au moins un polluant ou un groupe de polluants.

Recherche de méthodes d'estimation

Une méthodologie d'estimation est une méthode et/ou un algorithme utilisé(e) pour estimer les émissions totales d'un ou de plusieurs polluants résultant d'une activité émettrice.

Liens rapides

Lignes directrices du GIEC - version révisée 1996

Lignes directrices du GIEC 2006

Utilisez les outils de recherche ci-dessous pour sélectionner les méthodes d'estimation qui répondent à tous vos critères d'entrée.


Sélectionnez un élément dans la liste des catégories de source ci-après si vous voulez préciser votre recherche selon l’activité d’émission ou le secteur économique.


Sélectionnez au moins un polluant ou un groupe de polluants.

Méthodes d'estimation

Une méthodologie d'estimation est une méthode et/ou un algorithme utilisé(e) pour estimer les émissions totales d'un ou de plusieurs polluants résultant d'une activité émettrice.

Texte recherché: utilisez le champ de recherche ci-dessous pour filtrer les enregistrements en fonction du texte dans le tableau des résultats.
Méthode d'estimation Code Document d'orientation
CO2, CH4 and N2O Emissions from Stationary Fuel Combustion by Source Categories 2.1 IPCC (2006)
Total CO2, CH4 and N2O Emissions from Stationary Fuel Combustion 2.2 IPCC (2006)
Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Technology 2.3 IPCC (2006)
Technology-Based Emission Estimation 2.5 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Road Transport 3.2.1 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Urea-Based Catalytic Converters 3.2.2 IPCC (2006)
CH4 and N2O Emissions By Fuel Type and Fuel Consumed 3.2.3 IPCC (2006)
CH4 and N2O Emissions by Fuel Type, Fuel Consumed, Vehicle Type and Control Technology 3.2.4 IPCC (2006)
CH4 and N2O Emissions by Fuel Type, Fuel Consumed, Vehicle Type, Control Technology, Amount Driven and Conditions 3.2.5 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Off-Road Transportation by Fuel Type and Consumption 3.3.1 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Off-Road Transportation by Fuel Type, Consumption and Vehicle Type 3.3.2 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Off-Road Transportation by Fuel Type, Consumption, Vehicle Type, and Usage 3.3.3 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Off-Road Transportation with Urea-Based Catalytic Converters 3.3.4 IPCC (2006)
Locomotive Emissions 3.4.1 IPCC (2006)
CH4 and N2O Emissions from Locomotives 3.4.2 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Water-Borne Navigation 3.5.1 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Small Aircraft Using Aviation Gasoline 3.6.1 IPCC (2006)
Total Emissions from Aircraft Using Jet Fuel 3.6.2 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Aircraft Using Jet Fuel During LTO 3.6.2 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Aircraft Using Jet Fuel During Cruising 3.6.2 IPCC (2006)
CH4 and CO2 Emissions from Underground Coal Mining Activities without Adjustment for Methane Utilisation or Flaring 4.1.1 IPCC (2006)
Methane Emissions from Abandoned Underground Coal Mines (General Equation) 4.1.10 IPCC (2006)
Methane Emissions from Abandoned Underground Coal Mines without Methane Recovery and Utilization 4.1.11 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emissions from Underground Coal Mining Activities with Adjustment for Methane Utilisation or Flaring 4.1.2 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Underground Mining Before Adjustment for Any Methane Utilisation or Flaring (Global Average Method) 4.1.3 IPCC (2006)
Post-Mining Emissions from Underground Mines (Global Average Method) 4.1.4 IPCC (2006)
Emissions of CO2 and CH4 from Drained Methane Flared or Catalytically Oxidised (Underground Mining) 4.1.5 IPCC (2006)
Fugitive Methane Emissions from Surface Coal Mining (General Equation) 4.1.6 IPCC (2006)
Fugitive Methane Emissions form Surface Coal Mining (with Emission Factors) 4.1.7 IPCC (2006)
Post-Mining Methane Emissions from Surface Mines (Global Average Method) 4.1.8 IPCC (2006)
Methane Emissions from Abandoned Underground Coal Mines 4.1.9 IPCC (2006)
Fugitive Emissions from an Oil and Natural Gas Industry Segment 4.2.1 IPCC (2006)
Total Fugitive Emissions from Oil and Natural Gas Industry Segments 4.2.2 IPCC (2006)
Emissions Due to Venting from the Oil and Natural Gas Industry 4.2.3 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emissions Due to Flaring from the Oil and Natural Gas Industry 4.2.4 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions Due to Flaring from the Oil and Natural Gas Industry 4.2.5 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emissions Due to Flaring and Venting from Oil and Natural Gas Industry 4.2.6 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions Due to Venting and Flaring from the Oil and Natural Gas Industry 4.2.7 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emissions Due to Venting and Flaring from the Oil and Natural Gas Industry 4.2.8 IPCC (2006)
Total National Emissions from Carbon Dioxide Storage 5.1 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion Using the Reference Approach 6.1 IPCC (2006)
Emissions Based On Cement Production 2.1 IPCC (2006)
Emissions Based On Glass Production 2.1 IPCC (2006)
Emissions Based On Glass Manufacturing Process 2.11 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Glass Production Based On Carbonate Inputs 2.12 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Other Process Uses of Carbonates Based On Mass of Carbonates Consumed 2.14 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Other Process Uses of Carbonates 2.15 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Other Process Uses of Carbonates (Carbonate Input Approach) 2.16 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Cement Based on Clinker Production Data 2.2 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Cement Based on Carbonate Raw Material Inputs to the Kiln 2.3 IPCC (2006)
Emissions Based on National Lime Production Data by Type 2.6 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Lime Production Based On Carbonate Inputs 2.7 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Ammonia Production 3.1 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emissions from Caprolactam Production 3.10 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Carbide Production 3.11 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Titanium Slag, Synthetic Rutile and Rutile TIO2 Production 3.12 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Titanium Slag, Synthetic Rutile and Rutile TIO2 Production 3.13 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Natural Soda Ash Production 3.14 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emission from Petrochemical and Black Carbon Production 3.15 IPCC (2006)
CO2Emissions from Petrochemical and Black Carbon Production (Mass Balance Equation) 3.17 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Petrochemical and Black Carbon Production 3.2 IPCC (2006)
Flare Gas CO2 Emissions from Petrochemical and Black Carbon Production 3.22 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Fugitive Emissions from Petrochemical and Black Carbon Production 3.23 IPCC (2006)
Process Vent CH4 Emissions from Petrochemical and Black Carbon Production 3.24 IPCC (2006)
Total CH4 Emissions from Petrochemical and Black Carbon Production 3.25 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emissions from Petrochemical and Black Carbon Production Based on Atmospheric Measurement Data 3.26 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emissions from Petrochemical and Black Carbon Production 3.27 IPCC (2006)
Fuel Combustion CH4 Emissions from Petrochemical and Black Carbon Production 3.28 IPCC (2006)
Flare Gas CH4 Emissions from Petrochemical and Black Carbon Production 3.29 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Ammonia Production 3.3 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emissions from Nitric Acid Production 3.5 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emissions from Nitric Acid Production 3.6 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emissions from Adipic Acid Production 3.7 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emissions from Adipic Acid Production 3.8 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emissions from Caprolactam Production 3.9 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Coke Production 4.1 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Sinter Production (Iron and Steel Production) 4.10 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Direct Reduced Iron Production 4.11 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emissions from Sinter Production (Iron and Steel Production) 4.12 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emissions from Blast Furnace Production of Pig Iron 4.13 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emissions from Direct Reduced Iron Production 4.14 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions for Ferroalloy Production 4.15 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions for Ferroalloy Production 4.16 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions for Ferroalloy Productiion 4.17 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emissions for Ferroalloy Production 4.18 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Onsite Coke Production 4.2 IPCC (2006)
Process CO2 Emissions from Anode and/or Paste Consumption (Aluminium Production) 4.20 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Prebaked Anode Consumption (Aluminium Production) 4.21 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Pitch Volatiles Combustion (Aluminium Production) 4.22 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Bake Furnace Packing Material (Aluminium Production) 4.23 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Paste Consumption (Aluminium Production) 4.24 IPCC (2006)
PFC Emissions (Aluminium Production) 4.25 IPCC (2006)
PFC Emissions By Slope Method (Aluminium Production) 4.26 IPCC (2006)
PFC Emissions By Overvoltage Method (Aluminium Production) 4.27 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Primary Magnesium Production 4.28 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Primary Magnesium Production 4.29 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Offsite Coke Production 4.3 IPCC (2006)
SF6 Emissions from Magnesium Casting 4.3 IPCC (2006)
SF6 Emissions from Magnesium Casting 4.31 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Lead Production 4.32 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Zinc Production 4.33 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Zinc Production 4.34 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Iron and Steel Production 4.4 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Production of Pig Iron Not Processed into Steel 4.5 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Production of Direct Reduced Iron 4.6 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Sinter Production (Iron and Steel Production) 4.7 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Pellet Production (Iron and Steel Production) 4.8 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Iron and Steel Production 4.9 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Non-Energy Product Uses (Basic Formula) 5.1 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Lubricants 5.2 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Lubricants 5.3 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Waxes 5.4 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions from Waxes 5.5 IPCC (2006)
FC Emissions from Etching and CVD Cleaning for Semiconductors, Liquid Crystal Displays, and Photovoltaics (Electronics Industry) 6.1 IPCC (2006)
By-Product Emissions of CHF3 from Etching and CVD Cleaning for Semiconductors, Liquid Crystal Displays, and Photovoltaics (Electronics Industry) 6.1 IPCC (2006)
By-Product Emissions of C3F8 from Etching and CVD Cleaning for Semiconductors, Liquid Crystal Displays, and Photovoltaics (Electronics Industry) 6.11 IPCC (2006)
Total FC Emissions from Heat Transfer Fluids (Electronics Industry) 6.12 IPCC (2006)
Total FC Emissions from Heat Transfer Fluids (Electronics Industry) 6.13 IPCC (2006)
FC Emissions from Etching and CVD Cleaning for Semiconductors, Liquid Crystal Displays, and Photovoltaics (Electronics Industry) 6.2 IPCC (2006)
By-Product Emissions of CF4 from Etching and CVD Cleaning for Semiconductors, Liquid Crystal Displays, and Photovoltaics (Electronics Industry) 6.3 IPCC (2006)
By-Product Emissions of C2F6 from Etching and CVD Cleaning for Semiconductors, Liquid Crystal Displays, and Photovoltaics (Electronics Industry) 6.4 IPCC (2006)
By-Product Emissions of CHF3 from Etching and CVD Cleaning for Semiconductors, Liquid Crystal Displays, and Photovoltaics (Electronics Industry) 6.5 IPCC (2006)
By-Product Emissions of C3F8 from Etching and CVD Cleaning for Semiconductors, Liquid Crystal Displays, and Photovoltaics (Electronics Industry) 6.6 IPCC (2006)
FC Emissions from Etching and CVD Cleaning for Semiconductors, Liquid Crystal Displays, and Photovoltaics (Electronics Industry) 6.7 IPCC (2006)
By-Product Emissions of CF4 from Etching and CVD Cleaning for Semiconductors, Liquid Crystal Displays, and Photovoltaics (Electronics Industry) 6.8 IPCC (2006)
By-Product Emissions of C2F6 Etching and CVD Cleaning for Semiconductors, Liquid Crystal Displays, and Photovoltaics (Electronics Industry) 6.9 IPCC (2006)
Summary of Sources of Refrigerant Emissions (Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Substances - Other Applications) 7.10 IPCC (2006)
Sources of Emissions from Management of Refrigerant Containers (Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Substances - Other Applications) 7.11 IPCC (2006)
Sources of Emissions When Charging New Refrigerant Equipment (Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Substances - Other Applications) 7.12 IPCC (2006)
Sources of Emissions During Refrigerant Equipment Lifetime (Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Substances - Other Applications) 7.13 IPCC (2006)
Emissions at System End-of-Life of Refrigerant System (Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Substances - Other Applications) 7.14 IPCC (2006)
Time Dependence of Emissions from Fire Protection Equipment (Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Substances - Other Applications) 7.17 IPCC (2006)
Assessment of Prompt Emission Sources from Other Applications Used as Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Substances 7.18 IPCC (2006)
Assessment of Emissions from Other Contained Applications Used as Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Substances 7.19 IPCC (2006)
Emissions of a Chemical from a Specific Application (Product Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Aerosols) 7.2A IPCC (2006)
Emissions of a Chemical from an Application with Banks (Product Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Aerosols) 7.2B IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Product Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Aerosols (General Mass Balance Equation) 7.3 IPCC (2006)
Emissions Based on Phases of the Lifecycle (Product Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Aerosols) 7.4 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Solvents Used Based on Estimation Method (Product Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Solvents) 7.5 IPCC (2006)
Emission from Aerosol Uses Based on Estimation Method (Product Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Aerosols) 7.6 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Closed-Cell Foams (General Emission-Factor Approach) (Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Substances - Other Applications) 7.7 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Open-Celled Foams (Generic Calculation Method) (Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Substances - Other Applications) 7.8 IPCC (2006)
Refrigerant Emissions By Mass Balance (Substitutes for Ozone Depleting Substances - Other Applications) 7.9 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment (Default Emission Factor Method) 8.1 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment (Utility-Level Mass-Balance Approach) 8.10 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from AWACS (Default Emission Factor) 8.12 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from AWACS (User Mass-Balance) 8.13 IPCC (2006)
University and Research Particle Accelerator Emissions (Country-Level) 8.14 IPCC (2006)
University and Research Particle Accelerator Emissions (Accelerator-Level Emission Factor) 8.15 IPCC (2006)
Total Research Accelerator SF6 Emissions 8.16 IPCC (2006)
SF6 Emissions from Research Accelerator (Accelerator-Level Mass-Balance) 8.17 IPCC (2006)
SF6 Emissions from Industrial/Medical Accelerators (Country-Level) 8.18 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Adiabatic Property Applications 8.19 IPCC (2006)
Disposal Emissions from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment (Country-Specific Emission Factor Method) 8.2 IPCC (2006)
SF6 Emissions from Double-Glazed Windows: Assembly 8.20 IPCC (2006)
SF6 Emissions from Double-Glazed Windows: Use (Leakage) 8.21 IPCC (2006)
SF6 Emissions from Double-Glazed Windows: Disposal 8.22 IPCC (2006)
Emission of SF6 and PFCs from Other Prompt Emissive Applications 8.23 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emissions from Other Product Uses 8.24 IPCC (2006)
Total Emissions from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment 8.3 IPCC (2006)
Equipment Manufacturing Emissions from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment (Pure Mass-Balance) 8.4A IPCC (2006)
Equipment Manufacturing Emissions from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment (Hybrid) 8.4B IPCC (2006)
Equipment Installation Emissions from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment (Pure Mass-Balance) 8.5A IPCC (2006)
Equipment Installation Emissions from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment (Hybrid) 8.5B IPCC (2006)
Equipment Use Emissions from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment (Pure Mass-Balance) 8.6A IPCC (2006)
Equipment Use Emissions from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment (Hybrid) 8.6B IPCC (2006)
Equipment Disposal and Final Use Emissions from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment (Pure Mass-Balance) 8.7A IPCC (2006)
Equipment Disposal and Final Use Emissions from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment (Hybrid) 8.7B IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Recycling of SF6* from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment 8.8 IPCC (2006)
Emissions from Destruction of SF6 from Other Product Manufacture and Use - Electrical Equipment 8.9 IPCC (2006)
Enteric Fermentation Emissions From A Livestock Category 10.19 IPCC (2006)
Total Emissions From Livestock Enteric Fermentation 10.20 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emissions From Manure Management 10.22 IPCC (2006)
Direct N2O Emissions From Manure Management 10.25 IPCC (2006)
Indirect N2O Emissions Due To Volatilisation Of N From Manure Management 10.27 IPCC (2006)
Indirect N2O Emissions Due To Leaching From Manure Management 10.29 IPCC (2006)
Direct N2O Emissions From Managed Soils (Tier 1) 11.1 IPCC (2006)
N2O From N Leaching/Runoff From Managed Soils In Regions Where Leaching/Runoff Occurs (Tier 1) 11.10 IPCC (2006)
N2O From Atmospheric Deposition Of N Volatilised From Managed Soils 11.11 IPCC (2006)
Annual CO2 Emissions From Lime Application 11.12 IPCC (2006)
Annual CO2 Emissions From Urea Application 11.13 IPCC (2006)
Direct N2O Emissions From Managed Soils (Tier 2) 11.2 IPCC (2006)
N2O From Atmospheric Deposition Of N Volatilised From Managed Soils (Tier 1) 11.9 IPCC (2006)
Annual Carbon Stock Changes For The Entire AFOLU Sector Estimated As The Sum Of Changes In All Land-Use Categories 2.1 IPCC (2006)
Average Annual Increment In Biomass 2.10 IPCC (2006)
Annual Decrease In Carbon Stocks Due To Biomass Losses In Land Remaining In The Same Land-Use Category 2.11 IPCC (2006)
Annual Carbon Loss In Biomass Of Wood Removals 2.12 IPCC (2006)
Annual Carbon Loss In Biomass Of Fuelwood Removal 2.13 IPCC (2006)
Annual Carbon Losses In Biomass Due To Disturbances 2.14 IPCC (2006)
Annual Change In Biomass Carbon Stocks On Land Converted To Other Land-Use Category (Tier 2) 2.15 IPCC (2006)
Initial Change In Biomass Carbon Stocks On Land Converted To Another Land Category 2.16 IPCC (2006)
Annual Change In Carbon Stocks In Dead Organic Matter 2.17 IPCC (2006)
Annual Change In Carbon Stocks In Dead Wood Or Litter (Gain-Loss Method) 2.18 IPCC (2006)
Annual Change In Carbon Stocks In Dead Wood Or Litter (Stock-Difference Method) 2.19 IPCC (2006)
Annual Carbon Stock Changes For A Land-Use Category As A Sum Of Changes In Each Stratum Within The Category 2.2 IPCC (2006)
Annual Carbon In Biomass Transferred To Dead Organic Matter 2.20 IPCC (2006)
Annual Biomass Carbon Loss Due To Mortality 2.21 IPCC (2006)
Annual Carbon Transfer To Slash 2.22 IPCC (2006)
Annual Change In Carbon Stocks In Dead Wood And Litter Due To Land Conversion 2.23 IPCC (2006)
Annual Change In Carbon Stocks In Soils 2.24 IPCC (2006)
Annual Change In Organic Carbon Stocks In Mineral Soils 2.25 IPCC (2006)
Annual Carbon Loss From Drained Organic Soils (CO2) 2.26 IPCC (2006)
Estimation Of Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Fire 2.27 IPCC (2006)
Annual Carbon Stock Changes For A Stratum Of A Land-Use Category As A Sum Of Changes In All Pools 2.3 IPCC (2006)
Annual Carbon Stock Change In A Given Pool As A Function Of Gains And Losses (Gain-Loss Method) 2.4 IPCC (2006)
Carbon Stock Change In A Given Pool As An Annual Average Difference Between Estimates At Two Points In Time (Stock-Difference Method) 2.5 IPCC (2006)
Non-CO2 Emissions To The Atmosphere 2.6 IPCC (2006)
Annual Change In Carbon Stocks In Biomass In Land Remaining In A Particular Land-Use Category (Gain-Loss Method) 2.7 IPCC (2006)
Annual Change In Carbon Stocks In Biomass In Land Remaining In The Same Land-Use Category (Stock-Difference Method) 2.8 IPCC (2006)
Annual Increase In Biomass Carbon Stocks Due To Biomass Increment In Land Remaining In The Same Land-Use Category 2.9 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emissions From Rice Cultivation 5.1 IPCC (2006)
Adjusted CH4 Emission Scaling Factors For Organic Amendments 5.3 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions From Wetlands 7.1 IPCC (2006)
Annual Change In Carbon Stocks In Living Biomass On Land Converted To Permanently Flooded Land 7.10 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emissions In Peatlands During Peat Extraction 7.2 IPCC (2006)
CO2-C Emissions From Managed Peatlands 7.3 IPCC (2006)
On-Site Soil CO2-C Emissions From Managed Peatlands 7.4 IPCC (2006)
Off-Site CO2-C Emissions From Managed Peatlands 7.5 IPCC (2006)
On-Site CO2-C Emissions From Managed Peatlands 7.6 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emissions From Peatlands During Peat Extraction 7.7 IPCC (2006)
CO2-C Emissions In Peatland Being Drained For Peat Extraction 7.8 IPCC (2006)
CO2-C Emissions From Soils In Peatland Being Drained For Peat Extraction 7.9 IPCC (2006)
Annual Carbon Change In Live Biomass Pools In Settlements Remaining Settlements 8.1 IPCC (2006)
Annual Biomass Increment Based On Total Crown Cover Area 8.2 IPCC (2006)
Annual Biomass Growth Based On Number Of Individual Woody Plants In Broad Classes 8.3 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emission from Solid Waste Disposal Sites (SWDS) 3.1 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Generated from Decayed Decomposable Degradable Organic Carbon (DDOCm) 3.6 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Generated From Decomposed Decomposable Degradable Organic Carbon (DDOCm) 3A1.17 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emitted From Solid Waste Disposal Sites (SWDS) 3A1.18 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Generated During A Year From Solid Waste Disposal Sites (SWDS) 3A1.25 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emissions from Biological Treatment of Solid Waste 4.1 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emissions from Biological Treatment of Solid Waste 4.2 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emission Estimate Based On The Total Amount Of Solid Waste Combusted 5.1 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emission Estimate Based On The MSW Composition 5.2 IPCC (2006)
CO2 Emission From Incineration Of Fossil Liquid Waste 5.3 IPCC (2006)
CH4 Emission Estimate Based On The Total Amount Of Waste Combusted 5.4 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emission Estimate Based On The Waste Input To The Incinerators 5.5 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emissions from Waste Estimate Based On Influencing Factors 5.6 IPCC (2006)
Total CH4 Emissions from Domestic Wastewater 6.1 IPCC (2006)
Total Organically Degradable Material in Domestic Wastewater 6.3 IPCC (2006)
Total CH4 Emissions from Industrial Wastewater 6.4 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emissions from Wastewater Effluent 6.7 IPCC (2006)
N2O Emission from Centralized Wastewater Treatment Processes 6.9 IPCC (2006)