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Reducing Potential for Climate Effects of Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases:
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Technology Profiles from U.S. Climate Change Technology Program: Technology Options for the Near and Long Term [Full report, PDF, 6.8 Mb]. A compendium (dated September 2005) of technology profiles and ongoing research and development at participating Federal agencies. (posted 15 September 2005). 

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4.1   Methane Emissions from Energy and Waste

4.1.1

Anaerobic and Aerobic Bioreactor Landfills

4.1-1

4.1.2

Conversion of Landfill Gas to Alternative Uses

4.1-4

4.1.3

Electricity Generation Technologies for Landfill Gas

4.1-7

4.1.4

Advances in Coal Mine Ventilation Air Systems

4.1-10

4.1.5

Advances in Coal Mine Methane Recovery Systems

4.1-13

4.1.6

Measurement and Monitoring Technology for Natural Gas Systems

4.1-16

4.2    Methane and Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Agriculture

4.2.1

Advanced Agricultural Systems for N 2O Emission Reduction

4.2-1

4.2.2

Methane Reduction Options for Manure Management

4.2-4

4.2.3

Advanced Agricultural Systems for Enteric Emissions Reduction

4.2-7

4.3    Emissions of High Global-Warming Potential Gases

4.3.1

Semiconductor Industry:   Abatement Technologies

4.3-1

4.3.2

Semiconductor Industry:   Substitutes for High GWP Gases

4.3-4

4.3.3

Semiconductors and Magnesium:   Recovery and Recycle

4.3-6

4.3.4

Aluminum Industry:   Perfluorocarbon Emissions

4.3-8

4.3.5

Electric Power Systems and Magnesium:   Substitutes for SF 6

4.3-10

4.3.6

Supermarket Refrigeration:   Hydrofluorocarbon Emissions

4.3-13

4.4    Nitrous Oxide Emissions From Combustion and Industrial Sources

4.4.1

Nitrous Oxide Abatement Technologies for Nitric Acid Production

4.4-1

4.4.2

Nitrous Oxide Abatement Technologies for Transportation

4.4-3

4.5    Emissions of Tropospheric Ozone Precursors and Black Carbon

4.5.1

Abatement Technologies for Emissions of Tropospheric Ozone Precursors and Black Carbon

4.5-1


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