ECLIPSE V5 global emission fields

ECLIPSE V5 (April 2014)

The V5 set is an update and extension of the V4a set and was used extensively in the ECLIPSE project simulations.

Extension of the whole time horizon and emissions available in five-year intervals from 1990 to 2030.

The historical data for the period 1990-2010 were revised compared to preceding sets using the latest IAE and FAO statistics extending to 2010, as well as recent country reporting where available.

International shipping is included and draws on the work of the QUANTIFY project for historical data while adding internally developed activity projections and mitigation cases.

The baseline activity data for the projections originate from the Energy Technology Perspectives study (IEA, 2012) for the whole time horizon until 2050. In terms of CO2, the baseline is comparable to the RCP6.0 scenario.

For the European Union, the data and assumptions used in the revision of the NEC Directive are used, including PRIMES and CAPRI model projections of activities at a country level – status of April 2015.

The NFC scenario assumes a freeze on the introduction of new policies after 2015 in OECD countries and after 2010 in other countries.

The SLCP mitigation case follows the logic of the reduction case targeting black carbon and ozone mitigation as described in the UNEP/WMO (2011) and Shindell et al. (2012).


ECLIPSE V5 Baseline scenario (CLE)

Gridded emissions of SO2, NOx, NH3, nmVOC, BC, OC, PM2.5, PM10, CO, CH4


ECLIPSE V5 Mitigation scenario (SLCP)

Gridded emissions of SO2, NOx, NH3, nmVOC, BC, OC, PM2.5, PM10, CO, CH4


ECLIPSE V5 'No further control' scenario (NFC)

Gridded emissions of SO2, NOx, NH3, nmVOC, BC, OC, PM2.5, PM10, CO, CH4


ECLIPSE V5 Flaring emissions (Baseline CLE)

Gridded emissions of SO2, NOx, NH3, nmVOC, BC, OC, PM2.5, PM10, CO, CH4
from gas flaring. N.B. These emissions are included within the energy sector in the corresponding data sets available above; they are repeated as a separate sub-sector here for modelling studies that would make use of them.


ECLIPSE V5 Temporal distribution of emissions

Temporal profiles of emissions provided as monthly shares for each grid.


Shipping emissions (Baseline CLE, Mitigation SLCP & NFC scenarios)

Gridded emissions of SO2, NOx, nmVOC, BC, OC, PM2.5, PM10, CO, CH4



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