What do I need to be aware of if I use BenMAP for a local scale analysis?
Perhaps the most important issue is to make sure that you have identified the resolution of your
analysis and have the appropriate grid definitions loaded into BenMAP. Seehere about loading
grid definitions. The next key step, which is closely connected to the grid definitions, is to
determine the data that you want to use. Data such as air quality modeling, incidence data, and
population data need to match the grid definitions that you are using. You also need to be careful
about the formatting of your data when loading it into BenMAP. The chapter describing how to
Load Datagoes into this in detail.
How can I get training for BenMAP?
Contactbenmap@epa.gov for the latest information on training options.
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