Chemical Issues in Biomass Burning in Sub-Saharan Africa
Mammino, Liliana (Ed.)
2015, 250 p. 50 illus.
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Provides a comprehensive picture of the biomass-burning problem in Sub-Saharan Africa
Contains contributions from specific countries or groups of neighbouring countries in Sub-Saharan Africa
Chemical Issues in Biomass Burning in Sub-Saharan Africa explores all the aspects relevant to biomass burning in Sub-Saharan Africa, with special focus on chemistry aspects.
Biomass burning implies emission of combustion products into the air (including greenhouse gases) and the waste/loss of biomass that could be utilized as valuable material resource. The extent of biomass burning in Sub-Saharan Africa, and the complexity of the aspects involved, constitutes an important motivation to view it as a problem that deserves priority attention and a carefully balanced investigation at the sub-continent level.
Chemical Issues in Biomass Burning in Sub-Saharan Africa is aimed at all levels and will be of interest to Chemists, Environmental Scientists and Science Educators.