The Air Pollution Social Cost Accounting (APSCA) model is a reduced-form model to generate a comprehensive set of source-receptor relationships for social costs of air pollution. The APSCA model was derived by applying an empirical disaggregation method to social costs estimated by EASIUR. It can be used to quickly estimate source contributions of air pollution burden borne by a downwind (or receptor) area, allowing the assessment of public health implications of emissions-related policy interventions from receptor’s perspective.
TRID is an integrated database that combines the records from the Transportation Research Board’s (TRB) Transportation Research Information Services (TRIS) and the OECD’s Joint Transport Research Centre’s International Transport Research Documentation (ITRD) Database. TRID provides access to more than one million records of transportation research worldwide.