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Due to a current lack of physical measurements at appropriate spatial and temporal scales, all current global maps/distributions of fossil fuel carbon dioxide (FFCO2) emissions use one or more proxies to distribute those emissions. These proxies and distribution schemes introduce additional uncertainty into these maps. This manuscript examines the uncertainty associated with the magnitude of gridded FFCO2 emissions. This uncertainty is gridded at the same spatial and temporal scales as the massdoi:10.5194/acp-2016-258 fatcat:l4twa3dp4zfktizjkao2ifckva