Vista-CA provides locations of methane (CH4) emitting facilities and infrastructure in the State of California. In this figure, the distribution of digesters, feed lots, and dairies across the San Francisco Bay Area and Central Valley are shown.
The Vista-CA dataset provides locations of potential methane (CH4) emitting facilities and infrastructure across the state of California.
Estuaries classes used in the study: former river valley primary estuary, former glacier valley primary estuary, river delta primary estuary, tectonic structural primary estuary, coastal lagoon secondary estuary, and unclassified estuary.
Soil organic carbon (SOC) estimates and environmental data for US estuaries are available for the period 1972-2015.
Measurement stations in the Boston area including two urban sites: Boston University (BU) and Copley Square (COP), and three boundary sites: Harvard Forest (HF), Canaan (CA), and Martha's Vineyard (MVY). Blue shading represents 2014 average afternoon CO2 emissions. See the dataset user guide for more details.
A new dataset from the North American Carbon Program provides atmospheric measurements of CO2 and model estimates of urban emissions at sites near Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Study domain indicating locations of estuaries and shelf waters in the three subregions: the Gulf of Maine (GOM), the Mid-Atlantic Bight (MAB), and the South Atlantic Bight (SAB; From Najjar et al. 2018).
New data from the North American Carbon Program (NACP) provide mean annual carbon fluxes in coastal areas of Eastern North America.
Locations for infrastructures associated with the energy industry with known or expected potential to emit CH4 in the South Coast Air Basin (SoCAB). Vista-LA includes a total of 33,614 features across 13 layers. From Carranza et al., 2017.
A new dataset from Vista-LA provides an inventory of potential methane emitting facilities in the greater Los Angeles urban area.