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G. Achard et al. (2002); DeFries et al. (2002)] have suggested that the FAO may be signiﬁcantly overestimating deforestation. Moreover, there is still a surprising uncertainty in even the biomass per unit ground area, with recent estimates varying by 30%, between 100 Mg C ha−1 and 129 Mg C ha−1 [Houghton (2005)]. In addition, a number of processes such as illegal logging and forest degradation are diﬃcult to estimate. 4 Pg C year−1 [Nepstad et al. (1999)] and are not included in these calculations, but also must not be double-counted if degraded areas are subsequently deforested.
This extra energy use adds up to an extra 120 kg of GHG each year and costs his parents about £6 each year. Young Master Meyer, on the other hand, usually switches oﬀ these appliances. (e) Senior (Aged 11–18) In this last period, before our two subjects will gain complete control of their lifestyle and its associated climate impact, they can already make quite an impact on their GHG emissions. Master Black now routinely leaves his computer, stereo, TV and DVD player on while they are not being used, so clocking up an extra 160 kg of GHG at a cost of £10 each year.
Advances in Earth Science: From Earthquakes to Global Warming (2007)(en)(314s) by P. R. Sammonds, J M T Thompson, P. R. Sammonds, J. M. T. Thompson