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Title: Data for 'Co-benefits of Transport Demand Reductions from Compact Urban Development in Chinese Cities'
Contributors: Fu, Xiangwen
Cheng, Jing
Peng, Liqun
Zhou, Mi
Tong, Dan
Mauzerall, Denise L.
Keywords: Compact urban development
Alternative energy vehicles
Carbon emissions
Energy savings
Issue Date: Jan-2024
Publisher: Princeton University
Abstract: This dataset is created for the paper titled 'Co-benefits of Transport Demand Reductions from Compact Urban Development in Chinese Cities' and published on Nature Sustainability. We construct 6 scenarios of compact urban development, alternative energy vehicle deployment, and power decarbonization to explore the co-benefits of transport demand reductions via compact urban development for carbon emissions, energy use, air quality, and human health in China in 2050. This dataset provides the following gridded information for the scenarios: (1) monthly mean surface PM2.5 concentrations from the WRF-Chem model; (2) annual PM2.5-related premature deaths calculated by the GEMM model; (3) 2015 population in China; (4) mask for provinces in China; (5) longitude and latitude of each grid center.
Description: This dataset is too large to download directly from this item page. You can access and download the data via Globus at this link: (See for instructions on how to use Globus; sign-in is required).
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