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Based on data in EPA's Global Anthropogenic Emissions of Non—CO2 Greenhouse Gases report, in 2005, China's estimated anthropogenic methane emissions ranked 1st in the world. Approximately 25 percent of its anthropogenic methane emissions—209.9 MMTCO2E—come from agriculture (manure management), coal mines, municipal solid waste, and natural gas and oil systems.

根据EPA的《世界非二氧化碳人为温室气体排放》报告中的数据,在2005年,中国的人为甲烷估计排放量排名世界第一。此人为甲烷排放量有大约百分之25—2.099亿公吨CO2当量—从农业(粪肥管理)、煤矿、垃圾掩埋场、天然气和石油系统等而来。



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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency developed the China Landfill Gas (LFG) Model to estimate LFG generation rates from landfills, and potential LFG recovery rates for landfills that have, or plan to have, gas collection and control systems in China. The China LFG Model was developed using data on climate, waste characteristics, and disposal practices in China, and conditions at disposal sites in China. It also incorporates components of the 2007 U.S. EPA LMOP Central America LFG Model and the 2006 IPCC Waste Model.

The model, which is an Excel spreadsheet, is accompanied by a User's Manual. Both the spreadsheet and the User's Manual can be downloaded below. [Selecting the links will launch the spreadsheet and User's manual. To download the data instead, right click the links and save the files to your computer.]

“中国填埋气估算模型”由“填埋场甲烷推广计划”(LMOP)开发,并用于估算中国已有(或拟建)填埋气收集及控制系统的填埋场内可产生和回收的填埋气气量。模型开发时参考了中国的气候、垃圾特征、垃圾填埋方式、填埋场特征等,并采用了2007年美国环保局“中美洲填埋气模型”及政府间气候变化工作小组(IPCC)2006年的模型的某些合适部分作为模型核心。

“中国填埋气估算模型”是一个Excel®工作表,并附有相关用户手册。模型工作表和用户手册可以在以下链接下载。[单击链接可以直接打开模型工作表,右击链接然后选择“另存为”可以直接下载档案到电脑硬盘上。]



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