Global sulfur emissions in the 1990s

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David I. Stern;
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This paper provides global and individual country estimates of sulfur emissions from 1991-2000. Raw estimates are obtained in two ways. For countries and years with published data I compile that data from the available sources. For the remaining countries and for missin... View more
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