Assessment and Tools
- CASTNET is the nation's primary source for data on dry acidic deposition and rural, ground-level ozone
- The National Atmospheric Deposition Program (NADP) is a nationwide network of more than 250 precipitation monitoring sites. The website includes access to deposition data and isopleths maps of precipitation concentrations and wet deposition.
- Air Markets Program Data (AMPD) provides access to a variety of data associated with emissions trading programs. You can access the data through reports, queries, maps, charts, or file downloads.
- eGRID, or Emissions & Generation Resource Integrated Database is a comprehensive source of data on the environmental characteristics of almost all electric power generated in the United States.
- CAMD's Interactive Mapping page provides Google Earth maps that allow the user to display geo-spatial data on an interactive 3D platform
- Power Profiler allows you to determine how much pollution is caused from the electricity you use everyday.
What is a Geographic Information System (GIS) assessment tool?