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  • We need to mention that all the data has been stored into database as well as geographical information system geodatabase so that mapping and database can communicate for the data query and analytical graphs.
  • There are three areas (mapping, data query and graphical tools). Menu is hierarchic structure and shopping cart type of drop down menu where sub-menu contents are dependent on upper menu selection. Data query is in cvs, excel, and online table. It generates MS-DOC and PDF format of report.
  • There are three areas (mapping, data query and graphical tools). Menu is hierarchic structure and shopping cart type of drop down menu where sub-menu contents are dependent on upper menu selection. Data query is in cvs, excel, and online table. It generates MS-DOC and PDF format of report.
  • There are three areas (mapping, data query and graphical tools). Menu is hierarchic structure and shopping cart type of drop down menu where sub-menu contents are dependent on upper menu selection. Data query is in cvs, excel, and online table. It generates MS-DOC and PDF format of report.
  • There are three areas (mapping, data query and graphical tools). Menu is hierarchic structure and shopping cart type of drop down menu where sub-menu contents are dependent on upper menu selection. Data query is in cvs, excel, and online table. It generates MS-DOC and PDF format of report.

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  • 1. Overview of State Green House Gas (GHG) Project: Assuring Ohio’s Competitiveness in a Carbon-Constrained World
    Task 1
    GHG emissions inventory for Ohio
    Task 1 (cont’d)
    Web-based analysis and reporting system
    Task 3
    Information sharing and evaluation
    Results:
    Analysis of economic benefits for chosen policy scenarios
    Task 4
    Evaluation of climate policy options
    Task 2
    Sectorial risk and opportunity analysis
    Task 5
    Policy tool requirements
    Task 5 (cont’d)Dynamic simulation of policy impacts
    DEEPS
    tool
    1
  • 2. Diagram of Project Task I
  • 3. Current Status of Ohio in U.S.
    Total CO2 Emissions: 4th
    % Contribution to Total CO2 in U.S.
    677 MMTCO2
    268 MMTCO2
    Electric Power: 2th
    Industrial: 6th
    Transportation: 7th
    Residential: 6th
    Commercial: 7th
  • 4. Procedure of GHGs Emission Estimate
    Fuel combustion
    Activity Data
    • Fuel burning,
    • 5. material production/fed,
    • 6. energy consumption,
    • 7. population
    Landfill-MSW
    Point Sources
    EGHG = Activity EFGHG
    CO2 Emission Factors (EF)
    (OEPA, USEPA, CARB, EIA)
    Industrial & commercial
    fuel combustion
    Area Sources
    Agriculture-Livestock
    CH4 , N2O EFs
    (USEPA, CARB, EIA, IPCC, OEPA)
    Industrial processes
    Residential heating
  • 8. Comparison with Other Estimates
  • 9. Ohio GHG Emissions by Categories
  • 10. Spatial Allocation of Mobile Emissions
    MOVES output: County Total
    • Using MOVES output: by county total,
    source type total, and road type total
    • HPMS data: US-route, interstate,
    and state-route
    • Top-down statistical analysis
  • Mobile Emissions
    Emissions by County -- Google Maps
    Four Levels of Selection
    Year ( 2010, 2008, 2005, 2002, 1999, 1986)
    Pollutant
    Vehicle type
    Road type
  • 11. Web-based CO2 Data Management
    Menu
    Data Download
    Data Selection
    Graphical Tools
    Mapping
  • 12. Data Download
    Data Selection:
    Activity Data:
    I/M Program Impact:
    Data downloading:
  • Mapping – Dynamic Google Map
    County list in emission order
    Multiple Google layers
    Transparency Adjustment
  • 25. Mapping – Dynamic Google Map
    Pie Charts
    Time series bar chart
    Download Report
    in Word and PDF
  • 28. Data CenterWeb-based air quality mapping and data retrieval system
    Current websites for Statewide, Cleveland, Dayton, and Cincinnati areas.
  • 29. Beta Version Project Web Site
  • 30. Air Quality/ GHG Data Base
  • 31. Air Quality/ GHG Data BaseFeatures
    Background map including layers (roads, air monitors, hospitals, schools, airports, land use)
    Emission maps - criteria air pollutants (SO2, NOx, PM2.5), toxics (benzene, mercury) & greenhouse gases (CO2, CH4, N2O)
    Point Sources (stationary industries and facilities)
    On-road Mobile Sources (buses, cars, heavy-duty trucks)
    Off-road Mobile sources
    Area Sources (small industrial and commercial facilities, residential, livestock management, landfills)
    Database query system, reports & analysis
    Indirect emissions for CO2 ?