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Training-Workshop: From polluting human activities to emission gridmaps using the Emission Database for Global Atmospheric Research (EDGAR)

10-11 November 2014, JRC-IES, Ispra(VA), ITALY

Day 1: MONDAY 10 November (JRC/IES/building 100/room ACQUA)
Welcome to the JRC-IES
Vignati Elisabetta, Joint Research Centre, European Commission
 
Why this Workshop with EDGAR?
Greet Janssens-Maenhout, Joint Research Centre, European Commission (EDGAR project leader)
 
Round table: introduce the participants
SESSION 1 Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution and EMEP/EEA: reporting requirements on gridded emission inventories
The UNECE Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution and the requirements of reporting of spatially resolved emissions
Jeroen Kuenen , TFEIP - Co-Chair of the Expert Panel on Combustion and Industry
 
The new EMEP grid - technical aspects of EMEP gridded emissions
Wankmueller Robert, LRTAP Convention - Emission database/EMEP data manager
 
Emissions distribution for transport sector: macro-regional particularities
Marilena Muntean, Joint Research Centre, European Commission (EDGAR team)
 
SESSION 2 Countries Expertise and Perspectives
Spatial emissions distribution of pollutants from road traffic using the new EMEP grid: Serbia
Nebojsa Redzic, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of National Register of Pollution Sources and Vice-Chair of EMEP SB
 
Emissions from freight transportation in Hungary: facts and perspectives
Krisztian UHLIK, Institute for Transport Sciences (KTI)
 
The National Air Emission Inventory of Republic of Turkey
Canan Esin Koksal, Ministry of Environment and Urbanization, Climate Change and Air Management Department
 
Panel discussion on the difficulties encountered in the scientific work related to emissions distribution
EMEP/EDGAR/Country experts
Moderator: Marilena Muntean, Joint Research Centre, European Commission (EDGAR team)
  
Day 2: TUESDAY 11 November (JRC/IES/building 100/room ACQUA)
SESSION 3 Emission inventory technology-based approach and emissions distribution methodology used in EDGAR database
EDGAR technology-based approach and emissions distribution methodology
Greet Janssens-Maenhout, Joint Research Centre, European Commission (EDGAR team)
 
Post-processing of emissions at available spatial and temporal resolution
Greet Janssens-Maenhout, Joint Research Centre, European Commission (EDGAR team)
 
Road and railways transport, and international and inland waterways ship emissions
Marilena Muntean, Joint Research Centre, European Commission (EDGAR team)
 
Domestic and International aviation emissions consistently mapped using appropriate proxy data
Marilena Muntean, Joint Research Centre, European Commission (EDGAR team)
 
GHG (F-gases) emissions and uncertainties
Jos G.J. Olivier, PBL Netherlands Environment Assessment Agency, Bilthoven the Netherlands, (EDGAR team)
 
SESSION 4 Gridding: EDGAR emissions distribution on global gridmaps
Introduction on practical applications
Greet Janssens-Maenhout, Joint Research Centre, European Commission (EDGAR team)
Practical applications 1
- Rural and urban population: EDGAR proxy
- Point sources
Greet Janssens-Maenhout /Diego Guizzardi/ Marilena Muntean, Joint Research Centre, European Commission (EDGAR team)
 
Practical applications 2
- Emissions distribution for road and railway transport sectors
- EDGAR derived proxy data for international shipping and inland waterways
- EDGAR derived proxy data for coastal fishing
Marilena Muntean /Diego Guizzardi/Greet Janssens-Maenhout, Joint Research Centre, European Commission (EDGAR team)
 
Danube Air Nexus project: overview
Jens Hjorth, Joint Research Centre, European Commission
 
General discussion & Lesson learned
EMEP/EDGAR/Country experts
Moderator: Greet Janssens-Maenhout, Joint Research Centre, European Commission (EDGAR project leader)
Attachments
Global emission inventories in the Emission Database for Global Atmospheric Research (EDGAR) - Manual (I)  
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