Reduced Methane Emissions from Santa Barbara Marine Seeps
AbstractAirborne in situ and remote sensing measurements of methane were performed over the marine seeps in the Santa Barbara Channel close to the Coal Oil Point in California on two days in June and August 2014 with the aim to re-assess their methane emissions. During this period, methane column averaged dry air mole fractions derived from airborne remote sensing measurements in the short-wave infrared and airborne in situ measurements of methane indicate that emissions are 2–6 kt CH
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Krings, T.; Leifer, I.; Krautwurst, S.; Gerilowski, K.; Horstjann, M.; Bovensmann, H.; Buchwitz, M.; Burrows, J.P.; Kolyer, R.W.; Jonsson, H.H.; Fladeland, M.M. Reduced Methane Emissions from Santa Barbara Marine Seeps. Remote Sens. 2017, 9, 1162.
Krings T, Leifer I, Krautwurst S, Gerilowski K, Horstjann M, Bovensmann H, Buchwitz M, Burrows JP, Kolyer RW, Jonsson HH, Fladeland MM. Reduced Methane Emissions from Santa Barbara Marine Seeps. Remote Sensing. 2017; 9(11):1162.Chicago/Turabian Style
Krings, Thomas; Leifer, Ira; Krautwurst, Sven; Gerilowski, Konstantin; Horstjann, Markus; Bovensmann, Heinrich; Buchwitz, Michael; Burrows, John P.; Kolyer, Richard W.; Jonsson, Haflidi H.; Fladeland, Matthew M. 2017. "Reduced Methane Emissions from Santa Barbara Marine Seeps." Remote Sens. 9, no. 11: 1162.
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