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NYMA SIP List of Appendices

Appendix A:

Table 1: Ambient ozone and other precursor pollutant monitor stations in New York CMSA

Table 2: Listing of 4-highest measured 1-hr and 8-hr ozone concentrations (ppb) and the number of exceedance days in New York CMSA

Table 3: Measured 8-hr ozone design values (ppb) for 2000 to 2004 for monitors in New York CMSA

Table 4: Average 6 to 9 AM measured concentrations and standard deviation of ozone precursors for the period 1995 to 2006 for monitors in New York CMSA

Table 5a: 2002 Base Year anthropogenic emissions by major category by county for New York CMSA

Table 5b: Summary of emissions for Base Year 2002 for New York CMSA

Table 6a: 2009 Future Year anthropogenic emissions by major category by county for New York CMSA

Table 6b: Summary of emissions for Future Year 2009 for New York CMSA

Table 7a: 2012 Future Year anthropogenic emissions by major category by county for New York CMSA

Table 7b: Summary of 2012 Future Year anthropogenic emissions by major category by county for New York CMSA

Table 8: Biogenic emissions by pollutant by county for New York CMSA

Table 9: Statistical estimates based on measured and predicted 8-hr ozone concentrations over New York CMSA

(a) Threshold of 40 ppb

(b) Threshold of 60 ppb

Table 10: Statistical estimates based on measured and predicted concentrations (ppb) of ozone precursors and other species over New York CMSA

Table 11: Projected future design values (DVF) for ozone monitors in New York CMSA

(a) For Scenario 2009

(b) For Scenario 2012

Table 12: Estimated future design values (ppb) for grid cells that are within the nonattainment area or adjacent counties of New York CMSA

(a) For scenario 2009

(b) For scenario 2012

Table 13: Measured 8-hr ozone design values (ppb) from 2002 to 2006 in New York CMSA

Table 14: Base year design value (ppb) based upon an average of the 4th highest 8-hr ozone concentrations for the 2000 to 2004 period and the projected design value (ppb) for monitors in New York CMSA

Table 15: Estimated trends based on measured hourly ozone concentrations (ppb) with and without meteorological adjustments using the K-Z filter approach for four time periods between 1990 and 2005

Figure 3-1: Seasonal average Total NMOC at NY, RU and SI from 1995 to 2006

Figure 3-2: Seasonal average Ethane at NY, RU and SI from 1995 to 2006

Figure 3-3: Seasonal average Propane at NY, RU and SI from 1995 to 2006

Figure 3-4: Seasonal average Isoprene at NY, RU and SI from 1995 to 2006

Figure 3-5: Seasonal average Benzene at NY, RU and SI from 1995 to 2006

Figure 3-6: Seasonal average Toluene at NY, RU and SI from 1995 to 2006

Figure 3-7: Seasonal average Ethylbenzene at NY, RU and SI from 1995 to 2006

Figure 3-8: Seasonal average O-Xylene at NY, RU and SI from 1995 to 2006

Figure 3-9: 2002 Base year emissions for New York CSMA

Figure 3-10: 2009 OTW projected emissions for New York CSMA

Figure 3-11: 2009 BOTW projected emissions for New York CSMA

Figure 3-12: 2012 BOTW projected emissions for New York CSMA

Appendix B - New York State 2002 Baseline Emissions Inventory - Annual

Appendix C - New York State 2002 Baseline Emissions Inventory - Ozone Season Day

Appendix D - The New York State Area Source Methodologies

Appendix E:

TSD-1a (2007) Meteorological modeling using Penn State/NCAR 5th generation mesoscale model (MM5)

TSD-1b (2007) Processing of Biogenic Emissions for OTC/MANE-VU Modeling

TSD-1c (2007) Emissions processing for the revised 2002 OTC Regional and Urban 12km base case Simulation

TSD-1d (2007) 8-hr ozone modeling using the SMOKE/CMAQ system

TSD-1e (2007) CMAQ model performance and assessment 8-hr OTC Ozone Modeling

TSD-1f (2007) Future Year Emissions Inventory for 8-hr OTC Ozone Modeling

TSD-1g (2007) Relative response factor (RRF) and "modeled attainment test"

TSD-1h (2007) Projected 8-hr ozone air quality over the ozone transport region

TSD-1i (2007) A Modeling Protocol for the OTC SIP Quality Modeling System for Assessment of the Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard in the Ozone Transport Region

TSD-1j (2007) Emission Processing for OTC 2009 OTW/OTB 12km CMAQ simulations

TSD-aa (2007) Trends in Measured 1-hr Ozone Concentrations over the OTR modeling domain

Appendix F - Final Report: Future Year Electricity Generating Sector Emission Inventory Development Using the Integrated Planning Model (IPM) in Support of Fine Particulate Mass and Visibility Modeling in the VISTAS and Midwest RPO Regions (April 2005)

Appendix G - Identification and Evaluation of Candidate Control Measures; Final Technical Support Document

Appendix H - NOx Substitution Guidance, EPA, December 1993

Appendix I - CAA Section 110 requirements

Appendix J - Sample Calculations

Appendix K - Point Source Summary


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