ODIAC Fossil Fuel CO2 Emissions Dataset

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The Open-Data Inventory for Anthropogenic Carbon dioxide (ODIAC) is a high spatial resolution emission dataset for CO2 emissions from fossil fuel combustion (Oda and Maksyutov, 2011). In 2009, the original version of ODIAC was developed by Drs. Tomohiro Oda (now at USRA/NASA Goddard) and Shamil Maksyutov at the Greenhouse Gases Observing SATellite (GOSAT) project, National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES).
ODIAC first introduced the combined use of nightlight data and individual power plant emission/location profiles to estimate the spatial extent of fossil fuel CO2 emissions and it achieved the global emission fields at a 1x1km. The ODIAC emission data has been widely used by the international carbon cycle research community and appeared in a number of publications in the literature.
Since its original publication in 2011, numerous modifications have been made to the ODIAC emission model and the emission data have been updated (Oda et al., in prep). On the ODIAC data site "http://db.cger.nies.go.jp/dataset/ODIAC/", the latest version of ODIAC emission data is available for download. Previous versions of ODIAC emission data including the original version of the ODIAC data (ODIAC v1.7, 1980-2007) as published as Oda and Maksyutov (2011), are also archived for reference purpose.

Description

Supervisor
Release date
2015/08/19
Temporal coverage
1979/01 - 2015/12 (Depends on version)
Data provider
NIES
Email: cgerdb_admin(at)nies.go.jp
DOI
File format
GeoTIFF, netCDF, Binary (Depends on version)
Data volume
16 GiB - 39 GiB (Depends on version)
Version
ODIAC2016 (Last updated: 2016/11/02)
Language
English

Data Set

Parameters
CO2 emissions from fossil fuel combustion, cement production and gas flaring
Time resolution
Global
Accuracy
1x1km, 1x1degree
Observation period
Monthly
Keywords
[GCMD_Platform]
Models/Analyses
[GCMD_Science]
Atmosphere > Atmospheric Chemistry > Carbon and Hidrocarbon Compounds > Carbon Dioxide
[Free keywords]
Carbon Dioxide, CO2, Fossil fuel CO2 emissions, Carbon Cycle, Emission Inventory,
Atmospheric Inversion, GOSAT, CC BY
Update history
[2016/11/02]
ODIAC2016 is updated for bug fixs in the GeoTIFF (1x1km) version.
[2016/09/30]
ODIAC2016 (GeoTIFF (1x1km) / netCDF (1x1degree), 2000-2015) is released.
[2016/05/19]
ODIAC2015a is updated for bug fixs in the netCDF (1x1degree) version.
[2016/04/19]
ODIAC2015a (GeoTIFF (1x1km) / netCDF (1x1degree), 2000-2014) is released.
[2015/08/19]
ODIAC2013a (Binary (1x1km) / netCDF (1x1degree), 1979-2013) is released.

References

References
Oda, T. and Maksyutov, S.: A very high-resolution (1 km×1 km) global fossil fuel CO2 emission inventory derived using a point source database and satellite observations of nighttime lights, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 11, 543-556, doi:10.5194/acp-11-543-2011, 2011.

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When this data set is referred to in publications, it should, as a general rule, be made in the following format.
Tomohiro Oda, Shamil Maksyutov (2015), ODIAC Fossil Fuel CO2 Emissions Dataset (Version name*1: ODIACYYYY or ODIACYYYYa), Center for Global Environmental Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies, DOI:10.17595/20170411.001. (Reference date*2: YYYY/MM/DD)
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