ECLIPSE V5a global emission fields

ECLIPSE V5a (July 2015)

This set draws on similar assumptions and data as V5 but there are  a number of updates.

For the European Union the final set of assumptions used in the NEC revision scenarios is used (status as in the TSAP report #16; Amann et al., 2015).

The spatial allocation of emissions from non-ferrous smelters has been updated.

There are several updates to current legislation including: cement production, transport, and, most of all, introduction of the 12th Five Year Plan for China (the previous ECLIPSE set included interpretation of the 11th Plan).

Latin America and the Caribbean have been completely redone, as we introduced several new regions (most countries are now represented) for which an update of statistics and projections and more region-specific parameterization have been carried out.

Oil and gas industry losses updated globally (better consistency between venting and flaring volumes and also using more region-specific information on properties of APG (associated petroleum gas) leading to regional emission factors.

Update to OC emissions from residential combustion in Asia, Africa, Latin America (version V5 appears to have high values).

Error in activity data for wood burning in Canada corrected; local Canadian data were used in V4a but in V5 that information was erroneously replaced by FAO/IEA data – in V5a the same historical numbers as in the V4a are used again.

Climate scenario relying on the IEA (2012) 2 degree projection for energy implemented in GAINS.


ECLIPSE V5a Baseline scenario (CLE)

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


ECLIPSE V5a max technical feasible reduction scenario (MTFR)

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


ECLIPSE V5a Mitigation scenario (SLCP)

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


ECLIPSE V5a Climate scenario (2 degrees, CLE)

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


ECLIPSE V5a Flaring emissions (Baseline CLE & Mitigation SLCP)

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.


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

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



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