Recent motor vehicle related air toxics concerns are prompting federal, state, and regional toxics analysis and control efforts.
|"Estimating Mobile Source Air Toxics Emissions: A Step-by-Step Project Analysis Methodology" December, 2006.|
|"CRC Presentation on Project-Level Air Toxics" October 2006.|
|"Recent Mobile Source Air Toxics Information," May 2000.|
|"Proposed State Route 125 South Air Emissions and the Sweetwater Reservoir: A Review of Recent Reports Sponsored by the Sweetwater Authority," July, 1999.|
|"Project-Level Mobile Source Air Toxics Analysis Spreadsheet Tool" November, 2006.
In 2008, the Air Quality Project released a new modeling tool called CT-EMFAC. CT-EMFAC models emissions for criteria pollutants, toxics, and CO2. Project analysts should use CT-EMFAC when estimating project-level air toxics emissions for environmental documents, rather than the more simplified spreadsheet tool available here. CT-EMFAC is available for download from the Modeling page of this website (http://aqp.engr.ucdavis.edu/Modeling/Modeling.html).
|Presentation: "Project-Level Air Toxics: Emission Modeling Procedures Using EMFAC and UC Davis Spreadsheet Application" January, 2007.|