Exergy and Carbon Data Explorer

The data presented in the exergy and carbon maps were collected from numerous sources and are stored in a relational database. The data were obtained from published sources, and can broadly be categorized within two levels of confidence. High-confidence data derives primarily from the International Energy Agency (IEA) Energy Statistics database. Prepared by the Energy Statistics Division of the International Energy Agency in cooperation with the Statistical Office of the European Communities, this source has the most detailed, complete, and reliable statistics on energy conversion and consumption. Our database uses data from 2006 since they are the most recent comprehensive data available. Data from 2007 have been published but are incomplete as of March 2009. Moderate-confidence data were collected from industry reports, recent journal articles, and calculations based on best estimates. It should be pointed out that collecting data from different sources may lead to significant statistical differences, since differing sources may have varied data collection methodologies. An effort was made to account for these statistical differences by matching the data collection methodologies using the IEA Statistics Database as a reference point.


Atmospheric Carbon, Carbonate Resources, Coal Resources, Deep Ocean Carbon, Earth's Crust Thermal Exergy, Exergy Stored in Clouds, Exergy Stored in Fresh Water, Exergy Stored in Living Plants, Gasoline, Diesel, Kerosine Stocks, Metal Ore Resources, Methane Hydrate Resources, Natural Gas Resources, Natural Gas Stocks, Nuclear Waste Stocks, Petroleum Resources, Petroleum Stocks, Pumped Hydro Storage, Soil Carbon, Subsurface CO2 Resources, Surface Ocean Carbon, Tidal Gravitational Exergy, Uranium 238 Stocks, Uranium Ore Resources, Wind Kinetic Exergy.


Atmosphere, Chemicals, Clouds, Coastal Waves, Cold Air, Cool Air, Deep Ocean Water, Ducted Air, Electricity, Ethanol, Extracted Natural Gas, Extracted Petroleum, Fresh Water, Gasoline, Diesel, Kerosine, Geothermal Heat, Heat (Cooking), Hot Water, Human and Animal Waste, Liquified Natural Gas, Lumber, Mechanical Work (Appliances), Mechanical Work (Human), Mechanical Work (Vehicles), Metals, Methane Hydrates, Mid-Ocean Waves, Mined Carbonates, Mined Coal, Mined Metal Ore, Mined Uranium Ore, Municipal Solid Waste, Naptha, Nuclear Waste, Ocean Tides, Paper Products, Pipeline Natural Gas, Plant Matter, Plastics, Processed Food, Propane, Pumped Fluids, Pumped Water, Radiation to Space, Raw Food, Rivers, Soil, Solid Biofuel, Solid Earth Tides, Steam, Subsurface CO2, Subsurface Natural Gas, Subsurface Petroleum, Sunlight, Surface Ocean Water, Textiles, Unmined Carbonates, Unmined Coal, Unmined Metal Ore, Unmined Uranium Ore, Uranium 235, Uranium 238, Visible Light, Warm Air, Warm Water, Wind.


Agriculture, Air Conditioning, Air Handling, Aircraft, Appliances, Atmospheric Absorption, Biodiesel Production, Biomass-Fired Power Plants, Carbonate Mineral Mining, Cement and Glass Production, Charcoal Production, Chemical Production, CO2 Dissolution, Coal Conversion, Coal Mining, Coal-Fired Power Plants, Coalbed Fires, Coastal Wave Breaking, Cooking, Dissipation, Dissipation, Distribution Loss, Downwelling, Electronics, Erosion, Ethanol Production, Evaporation and Transpiration, Extra-Solar Radiation Influx, Fluid and Mechanical Friction, Fluid Mixing, Food Processing, Forestry and Milling, Friction, Friction, Geothermal Cooling, Geothermal Heat Influx, Geothermal Power Plants, Hydrocarbon Formation, Hydrocarbon Oxidation, Hyrdoelectric Power Plants, Landfills, Lighting, Manufacturing, Metabolism, Metal Manufacturing, Metal Ore Mining, Metal Oxidation, Methane Liquefaction, Methane Regasification, Natural Gas Fired Power Plants, Natural Gas Purification, Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing, Nuclear Power Plants, Ocean Upwelling, Ocean Wave Production, Oil and Gas Extraction, Oil-Fired Power Plants, Paper Manufacturing, Petroleum Refining, Photosynthesis, Pipeline Pumping Stations, Plant Decay, Precipitate Friction, Precipitation, Pumps, Radioactive Decay, Refrigeration, River Deltas, River Offgassing, Road and Rail Vehicles, Rock Weathering, Sedimentaiton, Ships, Solar Influx, Solar Power Plants, Solid Earth Tidal Friction, Space Heating, Steam Distribution Loss, Steam Production, Surface Heating, Thermal Dissipation, Tidal Friction, Tidal Influx, Tidal Power Plants, Transmission Loss, Turbines, Uranium Enrichment, Uranium Ore Mining, Viscous friction, Visible Light Dissipation, Volcanoes, Waste Disposal, Waste Processing, Water Heating, Wave Friction, Wind Dissipation, Wind Friction, Wind Turbines.