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https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-17-1599-2024
https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-17-1599-2024
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18 Mar 2024
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First validation of high-resolution satellite-derived methane emissions from an active gas leak in the UK

Emily Dowd, Alistair J. Manning, Bryn Orth-Lashley, Marianne Girard, James France, Rebecca E. Fisher, Dave Lowry, Mathias Lanoisellé, Joseph R. Pitt, Kieran M. Stanley, Simon O'Doherty, Dickon Young, Glen Thistlethwaite, Martyn P. Chipperfield, Emanuel Gloor, and Chris Wilson

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This paper presents a detailed analysis about the methane emissions leakage event in the UK in 2023 by multiple approaches, which is highly available for the GHG emission, climate change, as well as the air quality communities, and highly concerned by the public and society.
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We provide the first validation of the satellite-derived emission estimates using surface-based mobile greenhouse gas surveys of an active gas leak detected near Cheltenham, UK. GHGSat’s emission estimates broadly agree with the surface-based mobile survey and steps were taken to fix the leak, highlighting the importance of satellite data in identifying emissions and helping to reduce our human impact on climate change.