Our paper in Environmental Science and Technology presents the complete Hestia system with Indianapolis, Indiana as the case study. Future publications for the Los Angeles and Salt Lake City cases are in preparation.
Gurney, K.R., Razlivanov, I., Song, Y. Zhou, Y., Benes, B., Abdul-Massih, M. (2012) Quantification of fossil fuel CO2 at the building/street scale for a large US city, Environmental Science and Technology, 46, 12194-12202, dx.doi.org/10.1021/es3011282.
See previous publications related to the Hestia project:
Zhou, Y. and K.R. Gurney (2010) A New Methodology for Quantifying Residential and Commercial Fossil Fuel CO2 Emissions at the Building Spatial Scale and Hourly Time Scale, Carbon Management, 1(1), 45-56.
Zhou, Y., Weng, Q., Gurney, K.R., Shuai, Y. and X. Hu (2011) Estimation of the relationship between remotely sensed anthropogenic heat discharge and building energy use, International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 67, 65-72.
We have completed our Salt Lake City Hestia data product and will be making it publicly available soon.
Hestia downloadable datasets - get readme first!
ASU now requires SFTP - this means you need an SFTP client. I use CyberDuck (Mac)