Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML)
Tools and Data
Overview of CML software and data
- BMA: Pesticide Atlas
- CML-IA Characterisation Factors
- Quantitative uncertainty in LCI
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BMA: Pesticide Atlas
The Pesticide Atlas, BMA (Dutch: BestrijdingsMiddelenAtlas) is a userfriendly website at which a lot of maps, graphs and tables are presented, (e.g. a map of standard exceedances of the EQS-AA) based on measurements of pesticide concentrations in the surface water
CMLCA is a software tool that supports the technical steps of the Life Cycle Assessment. The focus of the program is on advanced computational aspects of life cycle inventory calculations.
CML-IA Characterisation Factors
CML-IA is a database that contains characterisation factors for life cycle impact assessment (LCIA) and is easily read by the CMLCA software program.
Statistical distributions in LCA and converting between different representations of these distributions
A global, detailed Multi-regional Environmentally Extended Supply and Use / Input Output (MR EE SUT/IOT) database.
GLOBOX is a spatially differentiated multimedia fate, exposure and effect model. It is used for the calculation of spatially differentiated LCA characterisation factors on a global scale.
PNEC-pro is now available online, free of charge (you only have to register for free). PNEC-pro is a user-friendly screening tool for professionals dealing with the assessment of surface water quality. The tool calculates local, watertype specific no-effect concentrations (PNEC) of copper, nickel, and zinc based on biotic ligand models (BLMs).
Quantitative uncertainty in LCI
Overall dispersion in LCA as result of inherent uncertainties, spread and unrepresentativeness.
RaMa-Scene is a web-application to create and analyse circular economy scenarios using Multi-regional Environmentally Extendend Input-Output Analysis.
A python3 package to create and analyze Circular Economy scenarios.