Further Reading

Adushkin VV, Kudryavtsev VP, and Turuntaev SB (1998) Evaluation of the abiogenic part of the methane flow to the atmosphere. In:Global Environmental Changes, pp. 191-205. Novosibirsk: Siberian Branch of RAS NIC OIGGM (in Russian). Blake DR and Rowland FS (1988) Continuing worldwide increase in tropospheric methane 1978 to 1987. Science 239: 1129-1135. Craig H and Chou CC (1982) Methane: The record in polar ice cores.

Geophysical Research Letters 9: 1221-1224. Ehhalt DH, Heidt LE, Lueb RH, and Martell EA (1975) Concentration of CH4, CH2, H2, H2O, and N2O in the upper stratosphere. Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 32(1): 163-169. Etheridge DM, Pearman GL, and Fraser PJ (1992) Changes in the tropospheric methane between 1841 and 1978 from a high accumulation-rate Antarctic ice core. Tellus 44B: 282-294.

Fridman AI, Demidiuk LM, and Mahorin AA (1997) Emission of 'greenhouse' gases from oil - Energy plants, 90pp. M RIO RMNTK 'Nefteotdacha' (in Russian).

Khalil MAK and Rasmussen RA (1983) Sources, sinks and seasonal cycles of atmospheric methane. Journal of Geophysical Research 88(C9): 5131-5144.

Kriuger DV (1995) Opportunities of methane extraction and utilization from shafts methane project M, pp. 25-40 (preprint IPKON N2) (in Russian).

Nakazawa T, Machido T, Tanaka M, et al. (1993) Differences of the atmospheric CH4 concentration between the Arctic and Antarctic regions in pre-industrial pre-agricultural era. Geophysical Research Letters 20: 973-976.

Rasmussen RA and Khalil MAK (1991) Atmospheric methane (CH4): Trends and seasonal cycles. Journal of Geophysical Research 86(C10): 9825-9832.

Rinsland CP, Levin JS, and Mikes T (1985) Concentration of methane in the troposphere deduced from 1951 infrared solar spectre. Nature 318(6217): 245-249.

Smith AT (1995) Environmental factors affecting global methane concentrations. Progress in Physical Geography 20: 3-10.

Sokolov BA (1996) Oil-gas capacity of deposits on the Earth. Science in Russia (no. 6): 16-20 (in Russian).

Voitov GI, Starobinets IS, and Usmanov RI (1990) About density of CH4 flow to the troposphere in oil-gas fields regions. Doklady of Russian Academy of Sciences 313(6): 1444-1448 (in Russian).

Zimmerman PR, Greenbery JP, Wandiga SO, and Grut-zen PJ (1982) Termites: A potentially large source of atmospheric methane, carbon dioxide and molecular hydrogen. Science 218(4572): 563-565.

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