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Estimation of Methane Emission Flux Using a Laser Methane Detector at a Solid Waste Landfill
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 Title & Authors
Estimation of Methane Emission Flux Using a Laser Methane Detector at a Solid Waste Landfill
Kang, Jong-Yun; Park, Jin-Kyu; Lee, Nam-Hoon;
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 Abstract
The aim of this study was to evaluate methane emission flux based on spatial methane concentration using laser methane detector, and geospatial methodology (Inverse distance weighting) at a landfill. The obtained results showed that the spatial methane concentrations were in good agreement with the methane emission fluxes. Thus, it was concluded that the methane emission flux could be derived from spatial methane concentrations. In addition, the results of the geospatial calculations showed that 12.85% of the total area contributed more than 42.21% of total flux. This suggested that the geospatial methodology might be essential in chamber method to determine accurate methane emission fluxes from landfills.
 Keywords
Landfill;Methane emission flux;Methane concentration;Laser methane detector;Inverse distance weighting;
 Language
Korean
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물질수지를 이용한 폐기물매립지 메탄산화계수 산정 및 비교,이원재;박진규;타메다 카즈오;히구치 소타로;이남훈;

한국폐기물자원순환학회지, 2016. vol.33. 7, pp.629-636 crossref(new window)
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