Eric Marland Ph.D.

There are 6 included publications by Eric Marland Ph.D.:

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Carbon Accounting: Issues Of Scale 2015 103 Accounting for carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions to the atmosphere is being widely implemented at many spatial, temporal, and organizational scales—country or city, year or day, corporation or consumer—and we pose the question, “What are the useful scal...
A Distributed Approach to Accounting for Carbon in Wood Product 2010 497 With an evolving political environment of commitments to limit emissions of greenhouse gases, and of markets to trade in emissions permits, there is growing scientific, political, and economic need to accurately evaluate carbon (C) stocks and flows—e...
Managing the Cost of Emissions for Durable, Carbon-Containing Products 2011 458 We recognize that carbon-containing products do not decay and release CO2 to the atmosphere instantaneously, but release that carbon over extended periods of time. For an initial production of a stock of carbon-containing product, we can treat the re...
The role of CO2 emissions from large point sources in emissions totals, responsibility, and policy 2014 1406 A large fraction of anthropogenic CO2 emissions comes from large point sources such as power plants, petroleum refineries, and large industrial facilities. The existence and locations of these facilities depend on a variety of factors that include th...
Uncertainty in Gridded CO2 Emissions Estimates 2016 479 We are interested in the spatial distribution of fossil-fuel-related emissions of CO2 for both geochemical and geopolitical reasons, but it is important to understand the uncertainty that exists in spatially explicit emissions estimates. Working from...
Valuing Uncertainty Part II: The Impact of Risk Charges in Dealing with Time Issues in Lifecycle Analysis and GHG Accounting 2014 572 We have greater certainty for what has happened in the past than for what will happen in the future. Uncertainty on the impact and value of emissions can be very large. Given all of the elements of uncertainty, we are challenged to set global targets...

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Uncertainty in Gridded CO2 Emissions Estimates 2016 479 We are interested in the spatial distribution of fossil-fuel-related emissions of CO2 for both geochemical and geopolitical reasons, but it is important to understand the uncertainty that exists in spatially explicit emissions estimates. Working from...