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Berlin Environmental Atlas

03.09 Traffic-related Air Pollution - Hydrocarbons (Edition 1998)

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This map consists of 9 parts, which are exclusively offered as PDF-Documents (German only).

Map 03.09.1
3.09.1 Exhaust Gas Emissions on Primary Roads 1993
  Map 03.09.2
3.09.2 Exhaust Gas Emissions in Entire Road Network 1993
 
Map 03.09.3
3.09.3 Evaporative Emissions from Tank Respiration 1993
  Map 03.09.4
3.09.4 Evaporative Emissions from Vehicles after Use / Hot Engines and Warm Engines 1993
 
Map 03.09.5
3.09.5 Total Evaporative Emissions of Motor Vehicle Traffic 1993
  Map 03.09.6
3.09.6 Total Emissions of Motor Vehicle Traffic 1993
 
Map 03.09.7
3.09.7 Evaporative Emissions at Fuel Stations 1993
  Map 03.09.8
3.09.8 Benzol - Exhaust Gas Emissions on Primary Roads 1993
 
Map 03.09.9
3.09.9 Benzol - Total Emissions of Motor Vehicle Traffic 1993
 

Explanations and Imprint of the Map
  1. Motor vehicle traffic has become the greatest polluter group. It is the main cause of photochemical smog with excessive ozone levels in summer. Motor vehicle traffic is also mainly responsible for inputs of the carcinogenic air pollutants benzol and diesel particulates, especially on primary roads.
  2. Motor vehicle traffic pollutants include the exhaust gasses and tire abrasions of moving traffic; the evaporative emissions of stopped traffic; and the evaporative emissions at fuel stations.
  3. Line source emissions in Maps 03.09.1 and 03.09.8 were calculated for all segments of the primary road network. Line sources were then given as area values into the grid net.

Imprint of the Map

Scale:
1 : 200 000

Published by:
Senate Department for Urban Development in Berlin, Environmental Protection and Technology
Public relations

Conception:
Gruppe III A 3 (Ökologische Planungsgrundlagen) in Zusammenarbeit mit VI D 1 (Luftreinhaltung, Luftgütemeßnetz)

Text:
VI D 1

Editing:
III A 3, Heiner Deja

Data:
IVU - Gesellschaft für Informatik, Verkehrs- und Umweltplanung mbH:
Emissionskataster Verkehr 1993, Gutachten im Auftrag der Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung und Umweltschutz Berlin V A

Data processing and map production:
III A 3 unter Verwendung des Umweltinformationssystems (UIS) Berlin,
Sjut Rohlfs

Cartographic design:
III A 3

Colour scheme:
III A 3, Claudia Schulte

Data from:
November 1996

Based on the maps:
Digitale Arbeitskarte 1 : 50 000 des UIS Berlin,
Analoge Karte 1 : 150 000, Stand 1994,
Fa. K’ARTAGNAN

Edition 1997

Map as PDF-Document (German only)


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Emissions in kg/m·a
Hydrocarbons (HC)
Primary Roads

yc231 <= 5
yc155 > 5 - 10
yc108 > 10 - 15
yc071 > 15 - 20
yc073 > 20 - 25
yc027 > 25 - 30
yc147 > 30 - 40
yc137 > 40 - 50
yc125 >= 50

Emissions in t/km²·a
Hydrocarbons (HC)
Entire Road Network,
Fuel Stations

yc231 <= 1
yc155 > 1 - 5
yc108 > 5 - 10
yc071 > 10 - 25
yc073 > 25 - 50
yc027 > 50 - 75
yc147 > 75 - 100
yc137 > 100 - 150
yc125 >= 150

Emissions in kg/m·a
Benzol
Primary Roads

yc231 <= 0.2
yc155 > 0.2 - 0.4
yc108 > 0.4 - 0.6
yc071 > 0.6 - 0.8
yc073 > 0.8 - 1.0
yc027 > 1.0 - 2.0
yc147 > 2.0 - 3.0
yc137 > 3.0 - 4.0
yc125 >= 4.0

Emissions in t/km²·a
Benzol
Entire Road Network

yc231 <= 0.2
yc155 > 0.2 - 0.4
yc108 > 0.4 - 0.6
yc071 > 0.6 - 0.8
yc073 > 0.8 - 1.0
yc027 > 1.0 - 2.0
yc147 > 2.0 - 3.0
yc137 > 3.0 - 4.0
yc125 >= 4.0