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||Emissions of pollutants to the ambient environment are at the origin of
atmospheric pollution issues. Emission inventories provide important information
on magnitude, type of activity, time evolution and the spatial coverage of the
estimated emissions. These inventories are developed for use in scientific
applications as input in urban, regional, continental or global scale models,
and for use by the policy makers in order to evaluate progress towards emission
abatement measures, and decide on future strategies.
Within the GlobEmission project (part of Data User Element programme of
ESA) emission estimates will be developed from satellite observations of air
constituents. The main advantage of these emission estimates are the spatial
consistency, high temporal resolution and the rapid availability of these
estimates to the user. Based on the requirements of several dedicated users
the following services have been developed:
• Global biogenic emissions of isoprene
• Global anthropogenic VOC emissions
• Regional emissions of NOx and SO2 (China, South Africa, India)
• European emission estimates of NOx, SO2 and CO
• Regional aerosol-related emissions
• Global emissions related to forest-fires
GlobEmission is a two-year project which started at October 2011. It consists of a consortium by
KNMI (The Netherlands),
TNO (The Netherlands), and
The GlobEmission project is extended and will at least continue till April 2016.
The GlobEmission User Workshop will be held at Frascati at 5 December 2013.
First results for NOx emissions in India added to GlobEmission database.
Satellite based isoprene emission estimates: first results presented at the ACCENT Plus Symposium (17-20 Sept, Urbino)
The GlobEmission project and its results are presented at the Living Planet Symposium 2013 in Edinburgh.