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FROM VOLUME 10, NUMBER 9, SEPTEMBER 1997

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS...
ANTHROPOGENIC EMISSIONS--TRANSPORTATION


Item #d97sep34

"Prediction of Household Levels of Greenhouse-Gas Emissions from Personal Automotive Transportation," L.A. Greening (Energy Analysis Prog., MS-90-4000, Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Lab., Berkeley CA 94720), L. Schipper et al.,Energy, 22(5), 499-460, May. 1997

Demonstrates that different subgroups in the population described by various economic and demographic characteristics have different levels of greenhouse gas emissions from personal automotive transportation, and that these same characteristics also determine other household emissions. Exploitation of these links between emissions and socioeconomic characteristics is an important aspect of policy design, which has been previously overlooked, and which suggests a much broader set of potential policy options for mitigating emissions than previously considered.


Item #d97sep35

"Atmospheric Effects of the Emerging Mainland Chinese Transportation System at Beyond the Regional Scale," S. Elliott (Earth & Environ. Sci. Div., Los Alamos Natl. Lab., Los Alamos NM 87545), M. Shen et al.,J. Atmos. Chem., 27(1), 31-70, May 1997.

Adopts the latest projections of Chinese automobile manufacture and performs some quantitative assessments of the extent of pollution generated. Focuses on the oxidant ozone, but includes some reference to CO2 emissions and global impacts. Discusses recent estimates of future air traffic over the Pacific rim.

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