|Data set||SAFARI 2000 Gas Emissions from Biofuel Use and Production, September 2000|
|Project||Southern African Regional Science Initiative Project (SAFARI 2000)|
|Count||Earliest Date||Latest Date||Data Usage|
|Citations||5||2010||2017||Publications citing this data set|
|Downloads||203||2007-12-06||2017-03-16||491 total files downloaded|
Domestic biomass fuels (biofuels) are estimated to be the second largest source of carbon emissions from global biomass burning. Wood and charcoal provide approximately 90% and 10% of domestic energy in tropical Africa, respectively. As part of the Southern Africa Regional Science Initiative (SAFARI 2000), the University of Montana participated in both ground-based and airborne campaigns during the southern African dry season of 2000 to measure trace gas emissions from biofuel production and use and savanna fires, respectively.
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|Data File (Granule)||File Size||Dates|
|charc_fire_emiss_factors.csv||362 B||2000-09-10 to 2000-09-16|
|charc_fire_emiss_ratios.csv||831 B||2000-09-10 to 2000-09-16|
|charc_kiln_emiss_factors.csv||578 B||2000-09-10 to 2000-09-16|
|charc_kiln_emiss_ratios.csv||1.0KB||2000-09-10 to 2000-09-16|
|wood_fire_emiss_factors.csv||431 B||2000-09-10 to 2000-09-16|
|wood_fire_emiss_ratios.csv||1.4KB||2000-09-10 to 2000-09-16|
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