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Production- and consumption-based carbon emission decoupling and decomposition of the Belt and Road countries

This report aims to trace carbon emissions decoupling from both production- and consumption-based perspectives, given the apparent similarity in economic structure and resource endowments. When compared, the consumption-based carbon dioxide emissions of China and Russia were the highest, followed by those of Central Asia and West Asia, followed by those of China and Russia. The Belt and Road countries remained relatively unchanged in their low decoupling status, with the economic growth as the primary catalyst in carbon dioxide increase, and the energy intensity effect as the main contributor to carbon emission reduction. This research explores the decoupling and decomposition of production- and consumption-based carbon dioxide emissions within the Belt and Road countries, and it suggests certain implications for the countries along the Belt and Road.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2022.981785


Evaluating the Agricultural Carbon Shadow Price in Countries along the Belt and Road Initiative

This paper introduces the use of by-production technology to examine agricultural carbon shadow price and agricultural production in the BRI countries. This report provides more detailed and comprehensive insight into sustainable agricultural development in BRI regions. To minimize carbon emissions and enhance international cooperation in agriculture, the BRI countries must increase agricultural production efficiency to minimize carbon emissions and foster international cooperation in agriculture.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.4018/jgim.302656


Petrogenesis of continental intraplate alkaline basalts in the Tuoyun Basin, western Central Asian Orogenic Belt: implications for deep carbon recycling

Mg and Zn isotopes have lighter Mg and heavier Zn isotopic compositions than primitive mantle, indicating the possible involvement of recycled sedimentary carbonate in mantle origins. During plate subduction at a depth of > 150 km where the following reactions occur: CaMg2 = MgSiO3 + CaCO3 & CO3, and MgSiO3 + CO2 = MgSiO3 + CaCO3 & CO3 & CO3 u2192 MgSiO3 + CO2 u2192 MgSiO3 + CO2 u2192 MgSiO3 + SiO3 MgSiO2 = MgSiO3 a depth of >150 km where the following reactions take place. In the mantle sources of the Tuoyun lavas' underwent recycling at depths > 150 km and were included as u201cghost carbonateu201d with reused Mg and Zn components rather than purely in the carbonate form rather than specifically in the carbonate form.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/petrology/egac088


Modelling the interaction of the Astro Bio Cube Sat with the Van Allen’s Belt radiative field using Monte Carlo transport codes

Abstract Purpose The AstroBio Cube satellite will fly within the inner Van Allen belt on the European Space Agency's Vega C Maiden Flight launch mission mission. ABCS will receive radiation doses orders of magnitude higher than in low Earth orbit, where CubeSats usually operate. The paper seeks to determine the influence of irradiation on the ABCS payload in the orbital environment, their potential mitigation designing shielding options, and conducts a preliminary representativity simulation of the ABCS fission neutron at the TAPIRO nuclear research reactor facility in ENEA. The ABCS' contact with the orbital source is represented by the FLUKA code, which simulates the ABCS' interaction with the orbital source. Simulations of neutron irradiation of the entire ABCS system within the TAPIROu2019s thermal column cavity reveal that a relatively short irradiation time is required to achieve the same level of 1 MeV neutron damage of the orbital source.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s41605-022-00321-9


Lower–Middle Jurassic clastic formations of the Western Carpathian Klippen Belt: testimony to the rifting-breakup-drifting processes 

The early breakup processes of Pangaea were visible in the Lower to early Middle Jurassic terrastic deposits. Several continental blocks, and smaller intervening fragments, spread the Central Atlantic branch, which grew eastward into the Alpine–Carpathian realm, fragmented off the southern European plate boundary, Rifting and subsequent ocean-floor spreading of the Central Atlantic branch that expanded eastward into the Alpine–Carpathian realm; several continental blocks ripped off the southern European plate margin, causing eastward into the Alpine–Carpathian realm;Carpathian –Carpathian branch, inland;Carpathian branch of the Alpine–Carpathian ext. The Lower – Lower – early Middle Jurassic clastics are partly preserved in the Šariš unit that was isolated from the outer edge of the continental ribbon surrounded by Pennine oceanic branches in the Carpathian Pieniny Klippen Belt; early Middle Jurassic clastics are partially preserved in the – early Middle Jurassic clastics; Unit that was š early Middle Jurassic – unit that was partially preserved in the Lower clastics are partially preserved in the Lower clastic clastics unit that was clastics'stics'st clastic surrounded by the Pennine's; the Pennine's; Lower š This continental splinter is identified as the Oravic tectonic units based on its Palaeogeographic coordinates; this continental splinter is named as the Czorsztyn Ridge and its detached Jurassic–Eocene sedimentary nappes. The Szlachtowa Fm. , which is characteristic of the Šariš Unit, continued to the Aalenian and early Bajocian by the deposition of dysoxic black shales. It includes bed of black turbiditic siliciclastic sandstones with abundant in white mica flakes and few allochthonous coal seams, as well as micaceous black shales with common imprints of pelagic bivalves of Bositra buchi. Beds of calciturbiditic crinoidal limestones in the upper portion of the development indicate the supply of shallow-marine bioclastic material derived from the adjacent Czorsztyn Ridge, which was uplifted during the middle and#8211;late Bajocian. Middle Middle–Upper Jurassic dark, calcite-poor siliceous shales, red ribbon radiolarites, red marlstones, and cherty limestones, respectively; a bleak patriarch of the late Middle –Upper Jurassic spotted micritic limestones, red ribbon radiolarites, red marlstones, and cherty limestones, granular ts.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-alpshop2022-40


Origin of submarine swell (Czorsztyn Ridge of the Pieniny Klippen Belt, Polish/Ukrainian Carpathians) and it's geotectonic consequences by biostratigraphy/volcano-sedimentary record

The Czorsztyn Ridge, the most prominent geotectonic component of the Polish/Slovakian/Ukrainian Western Carpathians basins, dates back to Early Bajocian time. In several outcrops of the Pieniny Klippen Belt, ammonites obtained from the basal part of crinoidal limestones were perfectly dated biostratigraphically in this stratigraphic gap. The earliest signs of a condensation event at the beginning of crinoidal limestones sedimentation are characterized by: phosphatic concrete concretions, pyrite concretization, large clasts of green micritic limestones, fossils. This Bajocien tectonic activity within Pieniny Klippen Basin aligns well with others Middle Jurassic geodynamic reorganizations. This Bajocian geokinetic activity within Pieniny Klippen Basin is consistent with others Middle Jurassic geodynamic reorganizations. Estimation of the life of a coveted hiatus – based on a cyclostratigraphic study of the carbonate content from the Subalpine Basin in France, the Early Bajocians lived only for c. 4. 211 Ma – the time required for the Czorsztyn Ridge is about 2 Ma. paraphrasedoutput: #160;                                                            &# A continuous section of the Veliky Kamenets active quarry is a Lower Jurassic to the lowest Cretaceous sedimentary succession in the lowermost Cretaceous sedimentary succession. According to the Polish and Slovakian portions of the PKB, which are dated by calpionellids as middle and/or upper Berriasian and upper Berriasian, respectively, the former are the so-called Walentowa Breccia Member of the Łysa Limestone Formation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-alpshop2022-19


Application of a Nano-Enhanced Fertilizer in the Development of Agricultural Low-Carbon Economy in the Yangtze River Economic Belt

Chemical fertilizers have a greater effect on soil organic matter and crop growth, and they are more effective than general chemical fertilizers. Organic fertilizers primarily refer to commercial organic fertilizers made from high-temperature composting and fermentation of organic solid wastes such as livestock and poultry manure, crop straw, etc. , eliminating harmful and harmful chemicals and providing a variety of nutrients including organic acids and peptides. Under the guidance of the concept of sustainable development, low-carbon economy refers to an economic model that uses a variety of technologies to minimize greenhouse gas emissions and achieve good ecological performance. The combination of nano-efficiency fertilizers and agricultural production is helpful in increasing the utilization rate of chemical fertilizers and lowering carbon dioxide in today's low-carbon economy. Sheep enteric fermentation results in methane and fecal emissions of 0. 13 kg per capita.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/7732057


The Carbon Emission Reduction Effect of City Cluster—Evidence from the Yangtze River Economic Belt in China

Although previous researchers have debated the reasons behind carbon emission reductions from environmental regulation, economic growth, and industrial structure, limited research has looked at the effects of a city's spatial structure, which has limited results. This paper examines the effects of the city cluster's climate policy on city carbon pollution using the difference-in-differences method. 108 Chinese cities from the Yangtze River Economic Belt between 2003 and 2017 This paper examines the impact of the city cluster's climate policy on city carbon emissions using the difference-in-differences approach. Through this effect, we'll continue to find potential economic channels, and we'll find that city cluster initiatives will increase city efficiency, urban technological development, and industrial structure optimization.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/en15176210

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