DYNAMIC INVENTORY of GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS

LOS ANGELES SPATIAL-TEMPORAL MAPPING

 Vehicle Travel                  Roadway Infrastructure
 Building Electricity Use  Building Infrastructure








The Los Angeles spatial-temporal greenhouse gas model is a project by Arizona State University's Urban Sustainability Lab, developed by Daniel Burillo, Mikhail Chester Ph.D., and Ram Pendyala Ph.D. (Georgia Tech) in partnership with Google. Transportation, building energy use, and embedded emissions are modeled to create a life-cycle inventory for each year from 2000 to 2008. Specific activities are: Light and Heavy Duty Vehicle Travel, Building Electricity Use, Embedded Roadway Infrastructure, and Embedded Building Infrastructure. Emissions are reported as area densities (per square meter) and percent change since 2000 for 2,341 Census Tract regions.

Version 1.0. © Daniel Burillo (Arizona State University), Mikhail Chester (Arizona State University), and Ram Pendyala (Georgia Tech)