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Shale Oil and Natural Gas Nexus (SONGNEX): Studying the Atmospheric Effects of Changing Energy Use in the U.S. at the Nexus of Air Quality and Climate Change

U.S. Department of Commerce, April 2014


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Resource IDsongnex2014
Resource titleShale Oil and Natural Gas Nexus (SONGNEX): Studying the Atmospheric Effects of Changing Energy Use in the U.S. at the Nexus of Air Quality and Climate Change
Author(s)Earth System Research Laboratory, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Publication/ sourceU.S. Department of Commerce
Date publishedApril 2014
Summary text/ abstractEnergy production and use in the U.S. have seen rapid changes over the past decade. The domestic production of oil and natural gas has grown strongly, natural gas is increasingly replacing coal for the generation of electrical power, and the contribution from renewables has rapidly grown (Fig. 1). Many of these shifts have caused significant changes in the atmospheric emissions of trace gases and fine particles that are at the root of the Nation's air quality and climate change issues. However, since the changes in emissions are poorly known, the net effects for air quality and climate change are still very uncertain. Over the past decades, the U.S. has effectively addressed air quality issues and it is important to assure that the changes in our energy infrastructure do not negate some of these positive changes. Likewise, as the Nation is increasingly focused on mitigating the effects of climate change, it is important to know the net changes in emissions of greenhouse gases and other trace gases and fine particles that force the climate to change.
Library categoriesClimate Change, Extr. Energy Climate, Extr. Energy Pollution
Added to Free Range Library15/10/2014
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