||Methods used to estimate air pollutant emissions 1974, 1980, 1985, and 2000 : New Jersey - New York - Connecticut Air Quality Control Region. /
Bishop, Jocelyn M. ;
Nutkowitz, Paul M. ;
||Tri-State Regional Planning Commission.
|| United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region II,
||EPA-902/4-77-006; R-572; EPA-68-02-2096
Air--Pollution--New York (State) ;
Energy consumption--New York (State) ;
Air quality--Statistics. ;
Energy consumption--New Jersey. ;
Air--Pollution--New Jersey. ;
Air pollution ;
Data acquisition ;
Regional planning ;
New Jersey ;
New York ;
Metropolitan areas ;
Mathematical prediction ;
Land use ;
Air quality control regions ;
Point sources ;
||Region 2 Library/New York,NY
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||1 v. (various pagings) : ill., maps, charts ; 28 cm.
An explanation is given of methods, procedures and data inputs used in calculating air pollutant emissions for subsequent dispersion modelling. Information is arranged by area sources and point sources, for state portions and New York City. The report shows data deficiencies and modifications of methods necessary in an 8500-sq.mi. 3-state region. It demonstrates how the extensive land use and transportation planning resources of an interstate metropolitan planning agency can be used in estimating emissions.
"June 1977." "Final Report." "EPA Contract No.: 68-02-2096." "EPA Project Officer: Dr. George Kerr."--T.p. Includes bibliographical references.
An explanation of methods, procedures and data inputs used in calculating air pollutant emissions for subsequent dispersion modelling. Arranged by area sources and point sources, within state portions and New York City. Shows data deficiencies and modifications of methods necessary in an 8500-sq.mi. 3-state region. Demonstrates how the extensive land use and transportation planning resources of an interstate metropolitan planning agency can be used in estimatiing emissions.