- Black carbon (Soot)
- found: Encyclopedia of climate and weather, 2nd ed., 2011, online via Oxford Reference Online article title "Atmospheric Chemistry and Composition" (black carbon (soot)) article title "Taiga climate" (For example, combustion of biomass during fires emits greenhouse gases to the atmosphere, and aerosol emissions and black carbon deposited on snow and ice can also contribute to warming.)
- found: United States. General Accounting Office. Climate change : information on three air pollutants' climate effects and emissions trends ... 2003, via WWW Sept. 6 2013 p. 28 footnote (Particulate matter is the general term used for a mixture of solid particles ... It comes from vehicle emissions, dust, fires, sea salt, and black carbon (soot) from wood and coal burning) p. preceding p. i (black carbon (soot))
- found: Berg, K. Black carbon concentrations from an ice core from Tupungatito Glacier in the Central Andes, 2012.
- 1986-02-11: new
- 2013-12-03: revised
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