Characterizing the photochemical sensitivity to emissions and local meteorology of 2 South American megacities : Bogotá, Santiago and the effect of local lockdowns

Published: 25 November 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/y8drryy2yc.1
Mauricio Osses


This dataset contains urban vehicle exhaust emission of NO2 and MP2.5 from on-road transportation in Santiago, Chile, for the period March-June 2020; and PM10 exhaust emissions at Bogota, Colombia, for March-April 2020. The data is presented as NetCDF4 files, in Gg/y per cell for each specie and at different hours, gridded with a spatial resolution of 0.01° x 0.01°. Santiago includes three periods: 7, 12 and 19 hours, and Bogota comprises the periods: 5, 12 and 21 hours.



Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria


Photochemistry, Emissions, COVID-19