Satellite-derived anthropogenic VOC emission estimates based on GOME-2 HCHO observations (2007-2011)
About the data
Using satellite columns of HCHO retrieved from the GOME-2/MetOp-A sensor (De Smedt et al. 2012) over 2007-2012 as constraints in the IMAGESv2 chemistry-transport model (Stavrakou et al. 2014), we derive satellite-based estimates of fire emissions on a monthly basis. These emissions are available on monthly basis at 0.25° resolution.
The development of this dataset was made possible by the support of the European Space Agency (ESA) through the GlobEmission project (2011-2016): Visit the web portal of the GlobEmission project for more information.
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