GlobEmission User Consultation Meeting 2015
The GlobEmission project develops emission estimates of air pollutants from satellite observations. The main advantage of these emission estimates are the spatial consistency, high temporal resolution and the rapid availability of these estimates to the user.
The current services and the assessment of the users were presented at the 4th User Consultation Meeting, 24-25 November 2015 in Doha (Qatar). The first day of the workshop focused on global fire and biogenic emissions, along with regional emissions for Europe, South East Asia and South Africa. The second day was dedicated to emissions in the Middle East and the needs of potential users (research, industry and policy makers). The workshop was hosted by the Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute (QEERI).
Click here for the agenda (11 Nov. 2015).
Presentations Middle East session
Other project presentations
- Last developments of IS4FIRES, towards unified dataset, by Mikhail Sofiev
- VOC emissions estimated from formaldehyde satellite observations, by Jenny Stavrakou
- User feedback from Katerina Sindelarova (LATMOS), by Jenny Stavrakou
- Aerosol emission estimates from MODIS data: regional to global, by Julius Vira
- European NOx, SO2 and HCO emission results, by Ronald van der A
- User feedback of Jukka Pekka Jalkanen, by Mikhail Sofiev
- User feedback of MGO, by Mikhail Sofiev
- NOx and SO2 emission results for India and East Asia, by Bas Mijling
- NOx emission algorithm improvements in DECSO, by Jieying Ding
- Intercomparison of different NOx emission inventories over South Asia, by Prakash Rao
- Short-term Air Quality Forecasting in Korea Utilizing GlobEmission Products, by SeogYeon Cho
- Operational Forecasting with WRF/CHEM in YRD from Ying Xie, by Bas Mijling
- User feedback of Jun-ichi Kurokawa (ACAP), by Jenny Stavrakou
- Anthropogenic emissions derived for South Africa, by Ronald van der A
- NOx emissions in Europe from OMI and GOME-2 observations, by Bas Henzing