Present-day and future global bottom-up ship emission inventories including polar routes.

  title={Present-day and future global bottom-up ship emission inventories including polar routes.},
  author={Andreas Paxian and Veronika Eyring and W. Nicholas Beer and Robert Sausen and Claire Wright},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  volume={44 4},
We present a global bottom-up ship emission algorithm that calculates fuel consumption, emissions, and vessel traffic densities for present-day (2006) and two future scenarios (2050) considering the opening of Arctic polar routes due to projected sea ice decline. Ship movements and actual ship engine power per individual ship from Lloyd's Marine Intelligence Unit (LMIU) ship statistics for six months in 2006 and further mean engine data from literature serve as input. The developed SeaKLIM… CONTINUE READING


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