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Research Article

Empirical Study of Decomposition of Emission Factors in China

Table 10

Decomposition results of rural residential consumption CO2 emissions (1981–2010).

Year (Mt) (Mt) (Mt) (Mt) (%) (%) (%) (%) Inaccuracy (%)

1981 0.5618.907.02−18.540.4215.405.46−13.081.321.231.291.42
1982 0.4925.76−14.500.560.3419.89−9.690.391.421.301.501.42
1983 1.0620.19−12.78−0.500.7014.20−8.05−0.331.521.421.591.52
1984 −0.8020.91−4.290.02−0.4913.62−2.580.011.641.541.661.64
1985 0.8512.24−30.45−0.130.527.78−17.03−0.081.631.571.791.63
1986 0.7322.55−24.410.100.4815.73−14.630.071.541.431.671.54
1987 0.95−10.1922.040.050.60−6.1714.790.031.591.651.491.60
1988 1.5710.835.74−1.030.916.403.34−0.591.741.691.721.75
1989 1.77−2.972.82−1.580.97−1.611.55−0.861.821.851.821.84
1990 2.123.25−6.48−1.311.171.80−3.50−0.721.811.801.851.83

1991 1.043.60−1.39−0.170.571.99−0.76−0.101.821.811.831.82
1992 0.8210.61−7.34−3.390.445.92−3.90−1.821.841.791.881.86
1993 0.765.85−9.547.410.413.18−4.984.041.871.841.921.83
1994 0.759.30−1.78−6.410.395.02−0.93−3.321.901.851.911.93
1995 0.6110.11−12.0511.060.315.30−5.975.811.961.912.021.90
1996 −1.8315.62−48.93−4.83−1.008.99−23.78−2.631.821.742.061.83
1997 −1.747.27−6.483.26−1.074.59−3.922.031.631.581.651.60
1998 −2.006.87−5.861.15−1.224.30−3.530.711.641.601.661.63
1999 −2.216.131.29−4.28−1.343.810.79−2.581.651.611.631.66
2000 −2.433.400.67−0.82−1.462.090.41−0.491.661.631.641.65

2001 −2.666.901.67−0.24−1.584.201.00−0.151.691.641.671.68
2002 −2.938.215.33−1.81−1.664.803.10−1.031.761.711.721.76
2003 −3.418.0122.10−4.63−1.784.3012.32−2.401.921.861.791.93
2004 −3.2314.1319.90−3.09−1.496.799.70−1.422.172.082.052.17
2005 −3.7114.4310.060.56−1.536.214.280.232.422.332.352.40
2006 −4.9018.656.941.16−1.867.402.690.452.642.522.582.61
2007 −6.5825.937.620.29−2.279.502.700.102.892.732.822.86
2008 −4.6823.30−6.27−6.26−1.538.00−2.05−2.053.052.913.063.06
2009 −6.6625.873.930.07−2.088.501.250.023.213.043.153.17
2010 −9.0134.75−9.91−2.29−2.6510.90−2.91−0.683.413.193.413.37

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