Hestia Project quantifies, simulates and visualizes greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide emitted in urban regions. Salt Lake City, Utah activity is provided at the county level (0.002 degree grid resolution), and at hourly and yearly time frames. It builds upon work conducted at the national scale by the Vulcan Project. These high spatial and temporal resolution datasets are available for 2002, 2010, 2011, and 2012.
Research Topics: Environment:Greenhouse gas measurements
Subject Keywords: Greenhouse Gas, Carbon Dioxide, CO2, Urban Emissions, Carbon Monitoring, Atmospheric Modeling, Salt Lake City, Utah, Fossil Fuel, Bottom-up Emissions Inventory
Gurney, Kevin R., Roest, Geoffrey, Patarasuk, Risa, Liang, Jianming, Darragh, O'Keeffe, Huang, Jianhua, Wong, Tamae M., Whetstone, James R. (2018), Hestia Fossil Fuel Carbon Dioxide Emissions for Salt Lake City, Utah, National Institute of Standards and Technology, https://doi.org/10.18434/T4/1503340 (Accessed 2022-09-28)
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