||The 1985 NAPAP emissions inventory (version 2) : development of the annual data and modelers' tapes : final report /
Saeger, M. ;
Langstaff, J. ;
Walters, R. ;
Modica, L. ;
||Alliance Technologies Corp., Chapel Hill, NC.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Air and Energy Engineering Research Lab.;National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program, Washington, DC.
|| Alliance Technologies Corp.,
||EPA/600/7-89/012a; 68-02-4274; EPA-68-02-4274
Acid deposition--United States--Measurement. ;
Air pollution ;
Study estimates ;
Data processing ;
Information systems ;
Mathematical models ;
Sulfur dioxide ;
Nitrogen oxides ;
States(United States) ;
Emission inventories ;
National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program ;
Pollution sources ;
Acid rain ;
Dry methods ;
Environmental transport ;
Volatile organic compounds
||Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC
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||1 v. (various pagings) ; 28 cm.
The report documents the development of the 1985 NAPAP Modelers' Emissions Inventory, Version 2. The inventory includes emissions estimates of air pollutants that play a key role in the formation of acidic deposition. Emissions estimates from all of the major anthropogenic sources of acid deposition precursors in the U.S. and Canada for the base year 1985 are included in the inventory. Natural sources of particulate matter are also included. The inventory emissions total approximately 27.2 million tons per year (tpy) of SO2, 22.6 million tpy of NOx, and 24.5 million tpy of VOC. The report discusses the data collection and quality assurance activities associated with the development of both the annual emissions inventory and an inventory that has been resolved into an hourly, gridded, and speciated format suitable for use in atmospheric modeling. The file formats and file structure of the inventory data are also described.
"EPA/600/7-89/012a." "November 1989." "EPA contract no. 68-02-4274." "Conducted in cooperation with the National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program."