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The ‘Hestia Project’ uses a bottom-up approach to quantify fossil fuel CO[subscript 2] (FFCO[subscript 2]) emissions spatially at the building/street level and temporally at the hourly level. Hestia FFCO[subscript 2]

The ‘Hestia Project’ uses a bottom-up approach to quantify fossil fuel CO[subscript 2] (FFCO[subscript 2]) emissions spatially at the building/street level and temporally at the hourly level. Hestia FFCO[subscript 2] emissions are provided in the form of a group of sector-specific vector layers with point, line, and polygon sources to support carbon cycle science and climate policy. Application to carbon cycle science, in particular, requires regular gridded data in order to link surface carbon fluxes to atmospheric transport models.

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    • 2017-05-19
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3390/atmos8050090
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      2073-4433
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    Liang, J., Gurney, K., O’Keeffe, D., Hutchins, M., Patarasuk, R., Huang, J., . . . Rao, P. (2017). Optimizing the Spatial Resolution for Urban CO2 Flux Studies Using the Shannon Entropy. Atmosphere, 8(6), 90. doi:10.3390/atmos8050090

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