7-2

 

Relative Categories of GHG Emissions 2005 and 2030 for Major Categories of Light-Duty Vehicle Fuels and Technologies,

 

354

7-3

 

Monetized Damages Per Unit of Energy-Related Activity,

 

361

C-1

 

Epidemiology Studies Used in APEEP,

 

427

C-2

 

Concentration-Response Studies Used in APEEP,

 

428

C-3

 

Value of Human Health Effects in APEEP,

 

428

C-4

 

Value of Nonmarket Impacts of Air Pollution,

 

428

D-1

 

GREET 2.7a Vehicle Manufacturing Results for Cars,

 

436

D-2

 

GREET 2.7a Vehicle Manufacturing Results for SUVs,

 

436

D-3

 

GREET Energy and Emission Factors for Light-Duty Autos in 2005,

 

438

D-4

 

GREET Energy and Emission Factors for Light-Duty Trucks 1 in 2005,

 

442

D-5

 

GREET Energy and Emission Factors for Light-Duty Trucks 2 in 2005,

 

446

D-6

 

GREET Energy and Emission Factors for Light-Duty Autos in 2020,

 

450

D-7

 

GREET Energy and Emission Factors for Light-Duty Trucks 1 in 2020,

 

454

D-8

 

GREET Energy and Emission Factors for Light-Duty Trucks 2 in 2020,

 

458

D-9

 

Mobile6.2 Energy and Emission Factors for Heavy-Duty Vehicles in 2005,

 

462

D-10

 

Mobile6.2 Energy and Emission Factors for Heavy-Duty Vehicles in 2030,

 

463

D-11

 

Comparison of Emission Factors (g/VMT) for a Light-Duty Gasoline Automobile in 2005,

 

463

D-12

 

Comparison of Emission Factors (g/VMT) for a Light-Duty Diesel Automobile in 2005,

 

463

D-13

 

Mobile6.2 Ammonia Emissions (g/VMT),

 

465

E-1

 

Boone River Watershed Baseline Cropping Pattern,

 

472



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