Mining Available Data from the United States Environmental Protection Agency to Support Rapid Life Cycle Inventory Modeling of Chemical Manufacturing.

@article{Cashman2016MiningAD,
  title={Mining Available Data from the United States Environmental Protection Agency to Support Rapid Life Cycle Inventory Modeling of Chemical Manufacturing.},
  author={Sarah A Cashman and David E Meyer and Ashley N Edelen and Wesley Ingwersen and John P. Abraham and William M Barrett and Michael A Gonzalez and Paul M. Randall and Gerardo J. Ruiz-Mercado and Raymond L. Smith},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2016},
  volume={50 17},
  pages={9013-25}
}
Demands for quick and accurate life cycle assessments create a need for methods to rapidly generate reliable life cycle inventories (LCI). Data mining is a suitable tool for this purpose, especially given the large amount of available governmental data. These data are typically applied to LCIs on a case-by-case basis. As linked open data becomes more… CONTINUE READING