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      Greenhouse gas emissions intensity of global croplands

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          Global high-resolution crop-specific estimates of greenhouse gas emissions intensity (in 2000) reveal that certain cropping practices contribute disproportionately to emissions, making them suitable targets for climate mitigation policies.

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                Journal
                Nature Climate Change
                Nature Climate change
                Springer Nature
                1758-678X
                1758-6798
                November 21 2016
                November 21 2016
                : 7
                : 1
                : 63-68
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                10.1038/nclimate3158
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