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The study found approximately 793 gigagrams, or more than 15 million gallons, of mercury is frozen in northern permafrost soil.
An undesirable output: agricultural GHG emissions are obtained from the FAOSTAT database and expressed in gigagrams of C[O.
His study's estimates are that about 1,700 gigagrams (Gg) of methane come from 4,600 gathering facilities in the United States.
The study estimated methane emissions from the sector at 1,503 gigagrams per year (Gg/year), compared with 2,071 Gg/year reported in the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) 2012 Greenhouse Gas Inventory.