The Air Pollution Emission Experiments and Policy analysis (APEEP) model is an integrated assessment model that links emissions of air pollution to exposures, physical effects, and monetary damages in the contiguous United States. The model has been used in many peer-reviewed publications (see Current CV). This site now contains new data from: (1) a forthcoming paper entitled "Using Index Numbers for Deflation in Environmental Accounting" in Environment and Development Economics. These data include marginal damages produced by the deterministic version of APEEP for 1999, 2002, 2005, and 2008 and emissions for those years as well, and (2) I have begun to post complete output from the AP2 (stochastic) model. Currently posted are marginal damage (means, standard errors, and skewness) for all ground level sources and point sources with an effective height between 250 and 500 meters.
In order to access the new data I would appreciate it if you would complete the form (see link to the left). This is a way that I can assemble a list of users in the event that I release new data and need to contact folks all at once.