Trace Gas Emissions
Trace gases are generally defined as those with low concentrations in the normal atmosphere. Many trace gases of interest are biogenic, produced and/or consumed by micro-organisms in soils, sediments, or water columns, or produced by plants and animals. Others are entirely synthetic and are a by-product of industrial activity.
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Frolking S. 2002. ‘Trace Gas Emissions’, El-Shaarawi A, Piegorsch W (eds) Encyclopedia of Environmetrics, John Wiley, Chichester UK, pp. 2218-2220.