INPE-EM (INPE Emission Model) is a service of INPE which aims to generate annual estimates of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by land cover change in Brazil in a spatially explicit way.
INPE-EM system (INPE – Emission Model) is a service of the National Institute for Space Research (INPE) which aims to generate annual estimates of emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) by land cover change in Brazil in a spatially explicit way. The current system version provides annual estimates of emissions for the Brazilian Amazon based on the PRODES system data.
For more information visit the INPE-EM website.
Users can identify areas of interest to query the underlying data to obtains values of CO2, NO2, CO, NOX and CH4 for that area.
This application was produced with support from the UK Space Agency as part of a collaborative project with Ecometrica under the International Partnerships Space Programme (IPSP). The project aimed to advance the application of EO in forests in Mexico and Brazil.
The application is managed by INPE on the INPE EO Lab. The EO Lab is a geospatial content sharing platform which enables businesses, governments and research institutes to develop and manage their own spatial applications.