The following labels are used to denote a sector.
Power plants, Refineries and Other combustion in energy industry
Heating and cooking
Iron and steel industry, Chemical industry, Paper and pulp industry, Cement production, Storage and handling, etc
Fuel production and distribution
Coal, oil and gas production; gas distribution and flaring
Industrial, domestic and constructional solvent use
Passenger cars, motorcycles and mopeds (exhaust and wear emissions)
Heavy duty transport vehicles (exhaust and wear emissions)
Aviation, rail, inland shipping, Mobile machinery
Waste incineration, Landfills, BBQ and tobacco
Animal husbandry, manure and fertilizer application, agricultural stationary combustion
Natural origin, e.g. sea salt, mineral dust, NOx emissions from soils, and forest fires.
Origin outside the model domain (i.e. other continents), includes a large contribution of desert dust for southern Europe.
Source categories with less than 10% relative contribution to the total modelled mass are combined under this label.
For each sector two different origins could distinguished if selected:
Local emissions are emissions that originate from the model grid cell. The modelled area that corresponds with a grid cell is 25 x 25 km.
Non-local emissions are emissions that leave the grid cell of their origin.