Reasonable Reading: Short-lived Climate Pollutants (SLCP) & Long-range Energy Alternative Planning (LEAP)
Keyword: “Long-range Energy Alternative Planning” results: 108 paper (Selected)
Keyword: Long-range Energy Alternative Planning results: 145 paper
Keyword: “Short-lived Climate Pollutants”, results: 21 paper
Keyword: Short-lived Climate Pollutants, results: 84 paper (Selected)
SLCP and LEAP should be my two most used keyword. When searching in SCOPUS, I made two different approach for this two keyword. When searching LEAP, I prefer using quote symbol (“”), because when I see without quote, it show me some of unrelated with energy planning paper such as hydrogen or photosynthesis related paper. However in case of SLCP I prefer to use without quote because it is produce larger number of paper. 21 as the number of total paper is not enough I think.
The purpose of using quote is to limit your search result, limit in the context to work with a number of data that you are comfortable with.
It also remind me that some of data that available might need at 7 years to be able to be analyse. So taking a 2010 data is not bad. Let see