Papers cover four areas: (1) issues associated with data collection and emission factor determination; (2) problems associated with applying the IPCC inventory methodologies in Africa; (3) results of national inventory assessments in Africa; and (4) possible emissions mitigation options and methods for evaluating their potential viability.
Part 1: Workshop Summary Statement. African Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventories and Mitigation Options: Forestry, Land-Use Change, and Agriculture; B.V. Braatz, et al. Part II: International Context. Scientific Aspects of the Framework Convention on Climate Change and National Greenhouse Gas Inventories; B. Callander. Selected International Efforts to Address Climate Change; M. Seki, R. Christ. Part III: Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventories and Mitigation Options: Methodological Issues. Use of Forest Inventories and Geographic Information Systems to Estimate Biomass Density of Tropical Forests: Application to Tropical Africa; S. Brown, G. Gaston. Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Vegetation Fires in Southern Africa; R.J. Scholes. Determination of Biomass Burning Emission Factors: Methods and Results; R. Delmas, et al. Determining the Global Significance of Local and Regional Mitigation Strategies: Setting the Scene with Global Integrated Assessment Models; R. Leemans. Assessing National Livestock Populations for the Production of Methane Emission Inventories; A. de Jode. Carbon Storage in Eucalyptus and Pine Plantations in South Africa; S.I. Christi, R.J. Scholes. The Burning of Fuelwood in South Africa: When Is It Sustainable? G.P. von Maltitz, R.J. Scholes. Biofuel Use Assessments in Africa: Implications for Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Mitigation Strategies; D.L. Kgathi, P. Zhou. Carbon-to-Nitrogen Ratios in Agricultural Residues; J.O. Ilukor, S.O. Oluka. Part IV: Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventories: National Assessment. Fuel Characteristics and Emissions from Biomass Burning and Land-Use Change in Nigeria; A.O. Isichei, et al. Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventory for Senegal, 1991; Y. Sokona. Emissions of Greenhouse Gases from Agriculture, Land-Use Change, and Forestry in the Gambia; B.P. Jallow. Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Forestry, Land-Use Changes, and Agriculture in Tanzania; R.S. Muyungi, C. Omujuni.
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