||Calculate proportion of household PM2.5 emissions that comes from cooking
||Includes household cooking stoves and open-pit cooking emissions. Does not include nonfuel cooking emissions. Units: mass emissions of primary PM2.5, by sector and technology used.
||Country or subcountry
||IIASA 2012; IEA 2011; Purohit et al. 2010
||Calculate proportion of ambient PM2.5 that comes from household combustion
||Uses MESSAGE to calculate particulate matter emissions by sector and TM5 atmospheric chemical transport model to calculate secondary organic aerosol formation. Units: concentrations (μg/m3) of annual average population-weighted PM2.5. Includes secondary organic aerosol formation. Dust and sea salt estimated by comparing combustion-derived PM2.5 to total ambient PM2.5 reported by Brauer et al. (2012).
||Country or region (derived from gridded 1° × 1° concentration results)
||Brauer et al. 2012
|Global burden of disease
||Calculate ill health resulting from exposure to outdoor PM2.5 air pollution
||Uses estimates of average annual population-weighted PM2.5 concentrations to calculate ill health from outdoor air pollution. Units: annual deaths and DALYs, by region.
||Deaths and DALYs: region PM2.5. Concentrations: 0.1° × 0.1° gridded
||Brauer et al. 2012; Lim et al. 2012