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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Worldwide power plant carbon emissions


I've been working with carma.org on putting their information about power plants in Google Earth, and they just posted the KML and wrote a blog post about it.

Click here to open the Google Earth layer directly.

I'm presenting this tomorrow at a poster session at the American Geophysical Union fall meeting in San Francisco.

3 comments:

PeterB said...

Cool! Carma is a real nice resource. I've taken their country summaries and created a nice flash based map on my blog: http://blogs.edf.org/climateatlas/

I also used the Vulcan project's US county summaries to show per capita and total emissions summaries.

Mark said...

I've noticed some power station icons are a little off in Google Earth. Here are the exact positions:

Loy Yang A: -38.254331,146.574170
Loy Yang B: -38.256862,146.586415
Hazelwood: -38.272705,146.391662
Yallourn: -38.177319,146.343491

Keep up the good work.

Simon Ilyushchenko said...

Thanks, Mark, I've forwarded the corrections to Carma.