EXPLUME v1.0: a model for personal exposure to ambient O3 and PM2.5

The EXPLUME model uses simulated gridded data of outdoor O3 and PM2.5 concentrations and several population and building-related datasets to simulate:

  1. space–time activity event sequences
  2. the infiltration of atmospheric contaminants indoors
  3. daily aggregated personal exposure

The source code of the EXPLUME v1.0 model as well as all necessary input data for the Île-de-France region (open source; see the acknowledgements) are available under https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3352713.

For questions, please send an e-mail to myrto.valari @ lmd.ipsl.fr

References:

  • Valari, M., Markakis, K., Powaga, E., Collignan, B., Perrussel, O., 2020. EXPLUME v1.0: a model for personal exposure to ambient O3 and PM2.5., Geoscientific Model Development 13, 1075–1094, https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-13-1075-2020.
  • Aknowledgement: The authors acknowledge RATP for maintaining the SQUALES network and publishing the data, as well as STIF, OMNIL, and DRIEA for rendering public the EGT2010 dataset.