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One of the groups is Task Group E which is responsible for man-made sources. It should be noted, however, that although the manual is the best available source for speciation data, it has several broad data gaps as well as inaccuracies that result from a lack of actual sampling data.

The other source cate- gory reports listed in Table 2 are in the process of external peer review before publication of their emission factors in AP For NOthe largest sources are transportation mostly highway vehicleselectric utilities, and industrial combustion. Although the patterns in the capability of States to provide data for these sources are quite similar to the patterns illustrated in Figures 2 and 3 for SO;?

The basic steps involved in calculating state emissions are: The effectiveness of emissions controls for HF 1s assumed to be similar to that discussed previously for HC1. Previous efforts have started with NEDS “snapshot” files which did not necessarily represent the best data available from the states. Environmental Protection Agency’s EPA emission factor development program, is presented in terms of two efforts; 1 completion of source cate- gory reports based primarily on EPA sponsored source testing of selected source categories, and 2 particle size distribution and emission factor information for additional source categories developed from data in the Fine Particulate Emission Information System FPEIS and from open literature.

Yes- the legislation provides the equivalent hourly rate. Existing data files developed under Task Group B sponsorship were inadequate for this purpose. National Center for Atmospheric Research. Most models assume emissions at the surface with instantaneous mixing aloft.


For NORegions 4, 5, and 6 are the highest emitters, with the eastern 31 states accounting for about 64 percent of national emissions. The Administrator also commented that he realized that the inventory cevelopnent activities and capabilities varied across the States anc that trie critical needs associated with producing consistent and nign-quality emission inventories snould oe identified.

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The meeting accomplished the following objectives: Further work is also required before the roles of biogenic nitrogen and ammonia in acid precipitation can be considered to be established. Priorities have been assigned and Incorporated 1n an implementation plan for data gathering.

This traceability also allows the inventory to be updated to other time periods without major new developmental efforts. First, an emissions section will summarize best available information on substances of interest, compare natural and man-made levels provide regional distributions and comparisons, and evaluate national and regional trends in man-made emissions where possible.

For coal, the quantity of fuel burned was multiplied by twice the sulfur content 1 ton of sulfur burned will produce approximately 2 tons of S Therefore, an anthropogenic emission factor development program within NAPAP was designed to formulate appropriate emissions Inventories using the best pollutant speclatlon data available. Otherwise, preference was given to the U. The importance of the utility industry has been recognized by Task Group B, which is responsible for not only developing estimates of current emissions from the utility sector but also for projecting future emissions.

The lack of evidence for a strong nonlinearity in the relationship between emissions and deposition in eastern North America suggests that nonlinearity is probably not significant for annual average deposition in eastern North America National Research Council, The emission quantities shown in this presentation should be considered the best available estimates at this time, but it should be remembered that, as work in this area continues, more refined estimates may be made.


Therefore, composition profiles were calculated for saturates, unsaturates and aromates. Work continues on these questions. It relies a great deal on stimulating corrective feedback, from external reviewers. Fossil-fired units account for more than 75 percent of capacity and generation, and percent of emissions.

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Uncertainties in emissions introduced by the question of representa- tiveness are crucial for some of the proposed model evaluation studies.

All tests were conducted at full load. Geological Survey Carroll Bldg. A temporal allocation profile is provided for a typical summer day.

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The fourth element of the strategy lsy assisting the States. Although it is EPA policy to utilize metric units, non-metric units have been used in this paper since the NAPAP emission factor file is in non-metric units.

Neutralization potential N was set to one even though this can only be an upper limit. Chemical survey of unpaved roads in the U. Emission factor developments will Include VOC allocation factors and an assessment of the use of continuous en.

Because existing data files were inadequate for this purpose, Task Group B requested that E. National minimum wage rate: The NAPAP emission inventory, which separately covers annual emissions from point and countywide area sources, had to be apportioned to reflect hourly emissions with area source emissions assigned to grid squares.