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Table 2 CO2 emissions estimates and differences at prefectural cities in JJJ and other cities

From: A city-level comparison of fossil-fuel and industry processes-induced CO2 emissions over the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region from eight emission inventories

City Number of inventories Year of emissions Estimates (MtCO2) (Max–min)/min (%) References
Beijing 2 2006 115.2–160.7 39.5 Chen et al. [64]
2 2012 112.8–113.5 0.6 Cai et al. [33]
3 2012 79.7–134.0 68.1 Wang et al. [67]
8 2012 82.0–254.9 210.8 This study
8 2015 80.9–260.7 222.4 This study
Tianjin 2 2012 167.4–180.0 7.1 Cai et al. [33]
3 2012 73.2–198.6 171.4 Wang et al. [67]
8 2012 72.1–227.0 214.7 This study
8 2015 80.0–231.8 189.7 This study
Shijiazhuang 4 2007 52.5–123.4 134.8 Wang et al. [67]
8 2012 70.5–128.9 82.9 This study
8 2015 72.0–120.3 67.1 This study
Tangshan 4 2010 47.8–188.1 293.7 Wang et al. [67]
8 2012 69.1–281.8 307.9 This study
8 2015 72.7–264.7 264.1 This study
Handan 5 2008 26.1–86.0 229.1 Wang et al. [67]
2 2014 61.3–104.9 71.0 Wang et al. [67]
8 2012 60.9–130.3 114.0 This study
8 2015 64.5–153.1 137.4 This study
Shanghai 2 2006 179.9–189.1 5.1 Chen et al. [64]
4 2010 112.6–420.9 273.6 Wang et al. [67]
Paris 2 2005 44.7–50.3 12.5 Chen et al. [64]
London 2 2003 28.1–32.4 15.1 Chen et al. [64]
Los Angeles 2 2000 64.5–77.6 20.4 Chen et al. [64]
Manhattan 2 2005 2.8–7.4 161.8 Chen et al. [64]
Salt Lake City 2 2011 3.2–3.8 20.8 Gurney et al. [65]
Indianapolis 2 2011 3.5–4.0 12.5 Gurney et al. [65]
Northeastern U.S. cities 4 2011 NA 50–250 Gately and Hutyra [66]