Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

IES - Institute for Environment and Sustainability Ispra - Italy Joint Research Centre (JRC)

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "IES - Institute for Environment and Sustainability Ispra - Italy Joint Research Centre (JRC)"— Presentation transcript:

1 IES - Institute for Environment and Sustainability Ispra - Italy Joint Research Centre (JRC) TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May On the Gridding Emissions Globally Muntean M., Pagliari V., Janssens-Maenhout G., Guizzardi D., Petrescu R., Olivier J., Thiruchittampalam B., Uzbasich M., J. Theloke, J. van Aardenne

2 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 On the Gridding Emissions Globally III. CHINA case study Emissions distribution: - National total versus province totals - Aggregated versus disaggregated by fuel type I. EDGAR Methodology and proxy data II. EUROPA case study Emissions distribution using different proxy data

3 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 The EOLO Framework EMISSIONS Emissions GRIDs 0.1°x0.1° Grid maps 0.1°x0.1° Scale EMISSIONS on grids kton/yr I. EDGAR - Methodology AD dataEoP EF

4 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 Total by country & proxy Grouping by proxy grids activity (sector)-specific emission country totals I. EDGAR - Methodology

5 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 Proxy Maps (e.g.) 74 different proxy datasets Energy point sourcesChemical industryAgricultureIn-house derived maps Power plants CARMA 2000, 2007AmmoniaBuffalo; Cattle; Goats Rural population Coal miningAdipic acidPoultry; Sheep; Pigs Urban population Oil refineriesNitric acidCrop; Grass Roads multiplied by population Metal industryMineral industryTrees Inland waterways (rivers and lakes) Iron &steel mapsCementSoil distribution Population (1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010) MagnesiumLimeOtherHistosol maps CopperRoad transportShipping trajectoriesAmmonia deposition map Zinc; LeadRoad Aviation trajectories Aluminium mapsGas production I. EDGAR Proxy data

6 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May country emissions grid cell proxy grid cell emissions I. EDGAR Proxy data

7 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 Roads Roads times inhabitants Creation of New proxy Grids I. EDGAR Proxy data

8 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 II. EUROPA case study Emissions distribution using different proxy data - 1. population (HD) and - 2. population x roads (PC, LD, MP&MC) Sources considered: - Heavy duty vehicles - Passenger cars - Light duty vehicles - Mopeds & motorcycles Year: Road transport : Pollutant: - NOx, CLRTAP emissions Proxy E-PRTR:- traffic volume (Trans-Tools) Proxy EDGAR:

9 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 II. EUROPA Emissions distribution using different proxy data Proxy - population x roads increases the gradient between city and intercity transport

10 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 E-PRTR proxy - traffic volume (Trans-Tools ) II. EUROPA Emissions distribution using different proxy data EDGAR proxy - population x roads This proxy represents well traffic volume

11 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 III. CHINA case study Emissions distribution: National total, Province total and Fuel type EDGAR – improving emissions distribution for large countries Move from national totals to province/state totals Proxy used to distribute the CO2 emissions: 1) by country and 2) by province Road transport : population x roads (PC, LD, MC, BS) and roads (HD) Energy: power plants Industry : urban population 2005 Residential : population 2005 Cement production: cement Lime production: lime Waste incineration: urban population 2005 Domestic aviation: domestic aviation, take off and landing Inland water: inland water Petroleum refining: oil refineries Manufacture of solid fuel - coke In this case study we used the GAINS fractions to allocate the national EDGAR CO2 emissions to the Provinces

12 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 CHINA by country vs. CHINA by province On aggregated level the split at province level has minor effect

13 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 COAL CHINA by country vs. CHINA by province Chongqing inhabitants

14 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 GAS CHINA by country vs. CHINA by province

15 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 Looking at disaggregated level, by fuel type, subdivision of country totals to province totals becomes very significant. Use of gas or coal in the energy, industry and residential sectors needs to be allocated to the correct province. Proxy used for GAS / COAL emissions distribution Energy: power plants PP_CARMA_2007 Industry: urban population 2005 Residential: population 2005 GAS and COAL CHINA by country vs. CHINA by province

16 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 Conclusions EDGAR grids emission country totals at global scale and is building up its pool of global proxy data with consistent global statistics. EDGAR is steadily improving its gridding tools: 1.For regions covered with detailed proxy gridmaps. We check the quality and appropriateness of our proxy data by comparing with advanced proxies: for road transport the population x roads proxy seems to be appropriate (compared to traffic volume proxy). 2.For large regions (e.g. China, the USA, India). We first split the country emission totals to province emission totals by subdividing the sector-specific country totals to the provinces/ states with appropriate shares (e.g. from GAINS).

17 TFEIP meeting, Stockholm, May 2011 Thanks for your attention!


Download ppt "IES - Institute for Environment and Sustainability Ispra - Italy Joint Research Centre (JRC)"

Similar presentations


Ads by Google