Conference Agenda

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Oral Presentation
22 May, Morning
Lenary Session
Location: Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
22 May, Afternoon
Session A: New or updated mechanisms of chemical reactions and meteorological processes for air quality modeling
Location: Southern Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
Session E: Remote sensing and measurements studies
Location: Northern Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
Session H: Sensor technology for air quality and health studies
Location: The Second Meeting Room, 3rd floor
23 May, Morning
Session D: Multi-scale modeling applications and evaluation
Location: Southern Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
Session B: Emissions inventories in Asia-Pacific region, models and processes
Location: Northern Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
Session F: Exposure and health studies
Location: The Second Meeting Room, 3rd floor
23 May, Afternoon
Session I: Tackling severe air pollution in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region in China
Location: Southern Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
Session G: Regulatory modeling tools and applications
Location: Southern Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
Session C: Linkages between air quality, climate and energy
Location: Northern Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
Poster Presentation









The Specific Arrangements of Oral Presentation

22-May, Morning

Location:Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
Session Time Title Speaker Organization Chairs
Welcome Remarks 08:30-08:50 Welcome Remarks Jiming HAO Tsinghua University Jiming HAO & Greg CARMICHAEL
Greg CARMICHAEL  University of Iowa
Le YIN Energy Foundation
Shize LU Chinese Ministry of Ecology and Environment
Tyler FOX US EPA
Plenary Session I 8:50-9:10 New  mechanisms for air quality simulation and prediction: combined effects of climate change and rapid urbanization    Yihui DING China Meteorological Administration
9:10-9:30 The growing importance of atmospheric composition prediction in air quality management and sustainable development Greg CARMICHAEL  University of Iowa
9:30-9:50 Brief Introduction of CAS Center of Excellence in Regional Atmospheric Environment (CERAE) Hong HE Chinese Academy of Sciences
9:50-10:10 Air Quality Modeling in U.S.EPA's Regulatory Applications Tyler FOX US EPA
  10:10-10:30 Break and Conference Photo(Lobby)
Plenary Session II 10:30-10:50 Environmental, health and climate co-benefit of rural residential energy transition in China Shu TAO Peking University Shuxiao WANG & Tyler FOX
10:50-11:10 Air pollution monitoring and control from a health perspective: Exposure not concentration Kirk SMITH UC Berkeley
11:10-11:30 Development of a New Generation Air Quality Modeling System Jon PLEIM US EPA
CMAS and ABaCAS 11:30-11:45 CMAS Center and  Programs Adel HANNA University of North Carolina
11:45-12:00 Recent Development of ABaCAS System Carey JANG US EPA
12:00-12:15 ABaCAS & CMAQ Applications in China Shuxiao WANG Tsinghua University
  12:15-13:15 Lunch(Banquet Hall, 1st floor)

22-May, Afternoon

Location:Southern Lecture Hall, 3rd floorr
Session A Time Title Speaker Organization Chairs
New or updated mechanisms of chemical reactions and meteorological processes for air quality modeling 13:30-13:45 Rapid increase of PM2.5 in wintertime: Mutiphase chemistry Jianmin CHEN  Fudan University Jianmin CHEN & David WONG
13:45-14:00 Application of CMAQ-Adjoint Sensitivity Analysis to Identify Spatial Patterns Leading to PM2.5 and Ozone Episodes in China Armistead RUSSELL Georgia Institute of Technology
14:00-14:15 Importance of halogen chemistry in dimethylsulfide oxidation Sarwar GOLAM US EPA
14:15-14:30 Large eddy simulation of traffic emission dispersion in urban street canyons with viaducts Yinping LUO Sun Yat-sen University
14:30-14:45 Improving sulfate simulation with a better understanding of the heterogeneous formation mechanism Shuping ZHANG Chinese Academy of Sciences
14:45-15:00 Seasonal variation of black carbon in the Himalayas and Tibetan Plateau under the Biomass Burning effect from south Asia: The analysis of the WRF-Chem modeling Ruiguang XU Hebei University of Engineering 
15:00-15:15 Coupling Emissions with Meteorology for Air Quality Forecasting System Enhancement B.H. BAEK University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
15:15-15:35 Coffee Break
15:35-15:50 Evolution of Air Quality Model at the U.S. EPA David WONG US EPA
15:50-16:05 Formation and impact of high HONO concentrations during a severe winter pollution event in southern China Xiao FU Hong Kong Polytechnic University
16:05-16:20 Development and application of CHIMERE-based urban-scale air quality forecasting system in Northeast China Xuelei ZHANG Chinese Academy of Sciences
16:20-16:35 Numerical study on the revolution of PM2.5 transportation over complex terrain Mei-Chi LIN Chang Jung Christian University
16:35-16:50 Modeling biogenic secondary organic aerosol (BSOA) formation from monoterpene reactions with NO3 in the U.S. and China Armistead RUSSELL Georgia Institute of Technology
16:50-18:00 poster
18:00-19:00 Dinner(Banquet Hall, 1st floor)

Location:Northern Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
Session E Time Title Speaker Organization Chairs
Remote sensing and measurements studies 13:30-13:45 Overview of atmospheric satellite remote sensing in China: recent progress and some perspective Liangfu CHEN Chinese Academy of Sciences Pinhua XIE &
Qi YING
13:45-14:00 Analysis on the concentration level of volatile organic compounds in typical industrial parks in Chengdu Jiqin WANG Sichuan Academy of Environmental Sciences 
14:00-14:15 Spatiotemporal Distribution of Satellite-Retrieved Ground-Level PM2.5 and Near Real-Time Daily Retrieval Algorithm Development in Sichuan Basin, China Chao GAO  Chinese Academy of Sciences
14:15-14:30 Spatio-temporal variations of nitrogen dioxide pollution over Western China by satellite observation Yuanzheng CUI ZUFE
14:30-14:45 MAX-DOAS measurements of vertical profiles of NO2, SO2, HONO, HCHO, CHOCHO, and aerosols at a rural site in the central-western North China Plain: regional transport and daytime sources of HONO Yang WANG Max Planck Institute for Chemistry
14:45-15:00 PM2.5 Concentration in Bangkok Metropolitan Region: Analysis of the Spatio-temporal Variability of the PM2.5/PM10 ratio Sitthipong PENGJAN JGSEE-KMUTT
15:00-15:15 Improving MEGAN biogenic emission  modeling in the United States  Qi YING Texas A&M University
15:15-15:35 Coffee Break
15:35-15:50 Study of regional distribution of NO2, SO2 and HCHO in the North China Plain and the Yangtze River Delta using Multi Axis DOAS network Pinhua XIE Anhui Institute of Optical and Fine Mechanics
15:50-16:05 Analysis of Meteorological Characteristics during Winter Haze Events in Zigong Weihua LIU Sichuan Meteorological Bureau
16:05-16:20 Spatial-temporal characteristics of ozone in China during 2015-2016: A city-level perspective analysis Kai WU Chengdu University of Information Technology
16:20-16:35 Measurements of inorganic elements on film standard samples for atmospheric particles with WD-XRF method Yuyu LI National Research Center for Environmental Analysis and Measurement
16:35-16:50 Observation of Vertical Column Density and Emission Flux of NO2 by A New Mobile Two Axis Paths Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy Technique Zhaokun HU  Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, CAS
16:50-17:00 poster
18:00-19:00 Dinner(Banquet Hall, 1st floor)

Location:The Second Meeting Room, 3rd floor
Session H Time Title Speaker Organization Chairs
Sensor technology for air quality and health studies 13:30-13:45 RapidAIR- a new urban dispersion modelling platform for air quality analysis in cities Scott HAMILTON  Ricardo Energy and Environment Mei ZHENG & Scott HAMILTON
13:45-14:00 Using low cost sensor networks for diagnostic studies of urban air quality and human exposure Rod JONES University of Cambridge UK
14:00-14:15 Sensor technology and application for air sciences advancement and informed policy formulation  Zhi NING City University of Hong Kong
14:15-14:30 High Density Air Quality Sensor Network Platform:Cloud Computing & IoT Foundation Technology Practice in Beijing Baoxian LIU Beijing Municipal Environmental Monitoring Center
14:30-14:45 Overview of Data Quality Control System of Sensor Network in Air Quality Monitoring in China Houxin CUI Sailhero Environmental Technology
14:45-15:00 The Application of Sensor Network on Air Quality Management in Multiple Cities in China Yue LIU Peking University
15:00-15:15 High spatiotemporal characterization of on-road PM2.5 concentration in high-density urban areas using mobile monitoring Zhiyuan LI  HKUST
15:15-15:35 Coffee Break
15:35-15:50 Investigating the Application of Sensor Data in Air Quality and Health Study in China Mei ZHENG Peking University
15:50-16:05 Application of observations from a high-density network observation to PM2.5 analysis Chuanfeng ZHAO Beijing Normal University
16:05-16:20 The Mobile Monitoring System for Airborne Particulate Matter Based on Taxi Yiping LIU Nova Fitness Co.,Ltd,Jinan
16:20-16:35 Estimation of the adverse health effect caused by PM2.5 by using high resolution satellite observation Xingcheng LU   HKUST
16:35-16:50 Assisting with China’s Air Quality Management and Planning Efforts Jeremy Guo RTI International
16:50-18:00 poster
18:00-19:00 Dinner(Banquet Hall, 1st floor)

23-May, Morning

Location:Southern Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
Session D Time Title Speaker Organization Chairs
 Multi-scale modeling applications and evaluation 8:10-08:25 A systematic evaluation of a real-time air quality forecasting system for Northeast China Aijun XIU Chinese Academy of Sciences Tijian WANG & Jimmy FUNG
08:25-08:40 WRF urban fine scale modeling applications using World Urban Database and Access Portal Tools Jason kwock CHING University of North Carolina
08:40-08:55 Simulation of street-level concentrations of gas-phase and particle-phase air pollutants using a multi-scale model Youngseob KIM Université Paris-Est
08:55-09:10 Evaluation of CMAQ simulated NH3 and PM2.5 concentration in Taiwan with a proper diurnal and seasonal profiler for NH3 emission Chia-Hua HSU National Central University
09:10-09:25 Evaluation of a plume-in-grid approach to represent particulate matter in a refinery plume Yelva ROUSTAN CEREA
09:25-09:40 Multiscale Applications of WRF/Chem and WRF/Chem-ROMS during Recent Field Campaigns in Australia Yang ZHANG NCSU
9:40-9:55 Numerical modeling of O3 and PM2.5 interaction over Yangzte River Delta region Tijian WANG Nanjing University
9:55-10:10 Development of a high-spatial and temporal on-road emission inventory based on the traffic data and its impact on air quality in Guangzhou luolin WU Sun Yat-sen University
10:10-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30-10:45 Simulating Changes in Tropospheric Composition, Aerosol Radiative Effects, and Atmospheric Deposition across the Northern Hemisphere: Contrasting Multi-Decadal Trends between Asia and North America Rohit MATHUR NERL
10:45-11:00 Fine scale air quality modeling and exposure study Jimy FUNG  HKUST
11:00-11:15 The impact of heat waves on the recent severe ozone pollution in the northern China Mingchen MA Ocean University of China
11:15-11:30 The long-range transport of PM2.5 from three major industrial parks in Chinese mainland to Taiwan Mingtung CHUANG National Central University
11:30-11:45 Evaluation of Control Strategies of Fine Particulate Matters and Improvement Effectiveness in Taiwan  Jiunhorn TSAI National Cheng Kung University
11:45-12:00 Modeling traffic-related particle dispersion in an urban built-up area with viaduct Yonghong LIU Sun Yat-sen University
12:00-12:15 Study on Pollution Characteristic,Ozone Production potential and Sources of VOCs Atmosphere of Chengdu During Ozone Control Action Chenxi XU Sichuan Academy of Environmental Sciences
12:15-13:15 Lunch(Banquet Hall, 1st floor)

Location:Northern Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
Session B Time Title Speaker Organization Chairs
Emissions inventories in Asia-Pacific region, models and processes 8:10-08:25 Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds Emission Inventory in Sichuan Region Li HAN Sichuan Environmental Protection Research Institute Joshua FU & Satoru CHATANI
08:25-08:40 Characteristics of regional heavy pollution under the high humidity and steady meteorological condition  in Chengdu Binyan TANG Sichuan Research Institute of Environmental Protection
08:40-08:55 The Significance of Incorporating Unidentified Vessels into AIS-based Ship Emission Inventory Yiqi ZHANG  HKUST
08:55-09:10 Evaluation of Ship Emission on Air Quality in Taiwan by Using AIS Yee-Lin WU National Cheng Kung University
09:10-09:25 Application of ABaCAS on the air quality policy in Taiwan Joshua FU University of Tennessee
09:25-09:40 Comparison of Methodologies to Estimate Road Dust Emissions in a South-American Megacity Jorge PACHON Universidad de La Salle
9:40-9:55 Atmospheric Emissions from Incinerator in Phuket Province Prueksakorn KRITANA PSU
9:55-10:10 Thailand’s Anthropogenic Air Pollutants Emission Inventory for the Year 2015 Using GAINS Model Garivait S JGSEE-KMUTT
10:10-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30-10:45 PM2.5 and VOCS Emission Inventories from Cooking in Changchun City, Northeast China Xuewei WU Chinese Academy of Sciences
10:45-11:00 Contributions of condensable particulate matter to atmospheric organic aerosol over Japan Yu MORINO  National Institute for Environmental Studies
11:00-11:15 Sensitivity analyses on factors influencing simulated ambient ozone concentrations over Japan in J-STREAM Satoru CHATANI National Institute for Environmental Studies
11:15-11:30 Improvement of Biogenic VOCs Emissions Estimate over Korea using STARFM-based MEGAN Modeling System Jinsu KIM Konkuk University (Korea)
11:30-11:45 VOC speciation profiles for SMOKE: Methods and Tools Ling HUANG Ramboll 
11:45-12:00 Simulating Emissions from Commercial Marine Vessels: An Approach for Using Transponder Data in Emissions Modeling B.H. BAEK University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
12:00-12:15 Inter-comparison of model performance for PM2.5 and its components over Japan in J-STREAM Yamaji KAZUYO Kobe University
12:15-13:15 Lunch(Banquet Hall, 1st floor)

Location:The Second Meeting Room, 3rd floor
Session F Time Title Speaker Organization Chairs
Exposure and health studies 8:10-08:25 Health Impacts of O3 and PM2.5 under RCP4.5 and 8.5 Scenarios over the U.S. using BenMAP Yang ZHANG North Carolina State University Yu ZHAO & Katherine WALKER
08:25-08:40 Fine-scale Application and Evaluation of WRF/Chem for Assessment of Personal Exposure to Air Pollution over Denver Area in the U.S. Chen YUAN North Carolina State University
08:40-08:55 Evaluation of Air Quality Modeling Data for Exposure Assessment: Case Study of Bangkok Metropolitan Region for the Year 2015 Fan C. JGSEE-KMUTT
08:55-09:10 Selection of Concentration Response Functions for Health Impact Assessments in China Walker KATHERINE Health Effects Institute
09:10-09:25 The influence of ship emissions on the air quality and their potential health effects in YRD/Shanghai Yan ZHANG Fudan University
09:25-09:40 PM2.5 Exposure and Human Health: Epidemiological Evidence from China Xiaoming SHI China Centers for Disease Control
9:40-9:55 Decadal-scale assessment of the impact of household fuel use on PM2.5 exposure and public health in China Bin ZHAO University of California Los Angeles
9:55-10:10 Evaluation of Health Benefit Using BEnMAP-CE with Brazilian Monitoring Data Taciana ALBUQUERQUE Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais 
10:10-10:30 Coffee Break
10:30-10:45 Development and evaluation of local emission inventory with observation and chemistry transport model Yu ZHAO Nanjing University
10:45-11:00 The contribution of the “Air Pollution Prevention and Control Action Plan” on PM2.5 reduction and related health effects during 2013-2017 Dian DING Tsinghua University
11:00-11:15 Air quality improvements and health benefits from China’s clean air action since 2013 Yixuan ZHENG Tsinghua University
11:15-11:30 Significantly reduced health burden from ambient air pollution in the United States under emission reductions from 1990 to 2016 Yuqiang ZHANG US EPA
11:30-11:45 Recent progress of air pollution epidemiology in China Haidong KAN Fudan University
11:45-12:00 Exposure matters: Integrated Population-Weighted Exposure as a metric for cost-effective and equitable air pollution abatement Kristin AUNAN CICERO
12:00-12:15 The air quality and health impacts of domestic trans-boundary pollution in various regions of China Yefu GU The Chinese University of Hong Kong
12:15-13:15 Lunch(Banquet Hall, 1st floor)

23-May, Afternoon

Location:Southern Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
Session I Time Title Speaker Organization Chairs
 Tackling severe air pollution in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region in China 13:30-13:45 Simulation of aerosol-climate interaction in China using a source-oriented WRF/Chem model Hongliang ZHANG Louisiana State University Jingnan HU &
Hongliang ZHANG
13:45-14:00 Winter haze over North China Plain from 2009 to 2016: influence of emission and meteorology Qianqian ZHANG NSMC
14:00-14:15 Nitrate-driven haze pollution during summertime over the North China Plain Haiyan LI Tsinghua University
14:15-14:30 Study on the mutual effects of meteorology and emission on haze pollution in China Huayao SHAN Ocean University of China
14:30-14:45 Air quality simulation over Hebei with WRF-Chem model: comparisons between top-down and bottom-up emission inventories Litao WANG Hebei University of Engineering
14:45-15:00 Changing air pollution challenges and how to address them Yu LEI CAEP
15:00-15:15 Study on the large-scale terrain and meteorological impacts on air pollution in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region Tianliang ZHAO NUIST
15:15-15:30 Modeling study on the PM2.5 regional transport pattern in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region Xing CHANG Tsinghua University
15:30-15:45 Recent Progress in the Mitigation of Heavy Air Pollution Episodes in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region and What We Need to Do Next Jingnan HU Chinese Academy for Environmental Sciences
Session G 15:45-16:05 Coffee Break
Regulatory modeling tools and applications 16:05-16:20 Modeling NH4NO3 in California during the CalNex-2010 and DISCOVER-AQ-2013 Field Campaigns James T. KELLY US EPA  Li LI & Jim KELLY
16:20-16:35 Contribution of local and long-range transported emissions to PM2.5 concentration in Taiwan using CMAQ-ISAM Yi-Ju LEE National Central University
16:35-16:50 Emission reduction and environmental impact after implementation of the revision of industrial boiler pollutant emission standard in Beijing, China Kun WANG Beijing Municipal Institute of Labour Protection
16:50-17:05 Estimation of biogenic VOC emissions and its impact on ozone formation over the Yangtze River Delta region, China Li LI Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences
17:05-17:20 Study on prevention and control measures of haze pollution in Leshan city Junhui CHEN Sichuan Academy of Environmental Sciences
17:20-17:35 Historical Trends in Premature Mortality Attributable to PM2.5 and Source Contributions in China during 1990–2015 Jun LIU Tsinghua University
  18;00-19:00 Dinner(Banquet Hall, 1st floor)

Location:Northern Lecture Hall, 3rd floor
Session C Time Title Speaker Organization Chairs
Linkages between air quality, climate and energy 13:30-13:45 Modeling solar photovoltaic panel soiling effects with CMAQ Luxi ZHOU US EPA Qingyan FU &
Jung-Hun WOO

13:45-14:00 Measuring energy efficiency co-benefits of climate mitigation and air pollution abatement Shaohui ZHANG IIASA
14:00-14:15 GLIMPSE: Decision support for long-term air quality management Dan LOUGHLIN US EPA
14:15-14:30 Particulate Matter Emission Reduction from the Power Sector in Thailand: Assessment of Air Quality Benefits using WRF/CAMx Pham T.B.T JGSEE-KMUTT
14:30-14:45 Impact of Future Mobile-Stationary Energy Transition to Air Quality and Health Benefit in Taiwan Chi-Jung YU Chang Jung Christian University
14:45-15:00 Integrated Analysis of Future Emissions Reduction Pathways and Their Impacts for China and Korea Younha KIM Konkuk university
15:00-15:15 GHGs and Air pollutants Unified Information Design System for Environment(GUIDE): The Framework Design and Prototype Development Jung-Hun Woo Konkuk University
15:15-15:30 Uncertainty in Long Term Projections of GHGs Emissions in Korea Seung Jick YOO Sookmyung Women's University
15:30-15:45 Development of Decision Support System for Integrated Management of GHGs and Air Pollutants in Korea Yoon Kwan KIM Greenecos company
15:45-16:05 Coffee Break
16:05-16:20 Typical ozone pollution episode and source identification in Shanghai based on gridded VOCs measurement Qingyan FU Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Center
16:20-16:35 Assessment and predictions of major ambient air pollutants in Karachi city and urgent need of sustainable environment Kishan Chand MUKWANA QUEST
16:35-16:50 Enhancement of PM2.5 Concentrations by Aerosol-Meteorology Interactions Over China X.Zhang Tsinghua University
16:50-17:05 Integrated Assessment of Energy System Transitions and Implications for Air Pollution Control Sha YU PNNL
17:05-17:20 Development of LPSs Emissions Inventory in Support of the GUIDE Integrated Assessment Modeling System Youjung JANG Konkuk University
17:20-17:35 Development of Chemical Transport Module for GUIDE Integrated Assessment Modeling System Jinseok KIM Konkuk University
18:00-19:00 Dinner(Banquet Hall, 1st floor)

Poster Presentation

Title Authors Organization
A feasibility study for Taiwan EPA’s draft of the Stationary Pollution Source Hazardous Air Pollutant Emissions Standards using RisMap? Chinwang CHANG  China Medical University
A Study on the Application of Potential Exposed Population for a Receptor-oriented Health Impact Assessment in Republic of Korea Jongsik HA Korea Environment Institute
Control strategy research on reducing O3 air pollution peak Yimou LIU Sun Yat-sen University
Effects of Ethanol Gasoline on the Ambient Air Quality in Taiwan Yee-Lin WU National Cheng Kung University
Fugitive Dust Emission of Building Construction Sites in Xi’an Han XIAO Beijing Normal University
Historical emission characteristics of crop residues open burning based on statistical data and MODIS observations in mainland China  Yuanqian XU South China University of Technology
Impacts of different emission sources on ozone episodes in Fall over the Pearl River Delta region  Cong SHEN Sun Yat-sen University
Indoor-outdoor connection of PM2.5 constituents for exposure assessment Cong LIU Southeast University
Inter-comparison of model performance on ambient ozone concentrations over Japan in J-STREAM Kitayama K National Institute for Environmental Studies
Modelling air pollutants including SOA during summer and autumn of 2014 in eastern China Xiaoyang CHEN Sun Yat-sen University
New evidence for improving winter air quality in Xi'an: PM2.5 assessment using Community Multi-Scale Air Quality Modeling (CMAQ) Xiaochun YANG Beijing Normal University
Numerical Study of Mobile Source Emission to Air Pollution in Beijing Rongrong WANG  Beijing Normal University
Prediction model of PM10 concentration using Bidirectional Long short-term memory neural network  Jaewoong YUN Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
Simulation of a sea-land-breeze circulation in the Pearl River Delta under WRF model Ao SHEN Sun Yat-sen University
Simulation of Air Pollutants Concentrations from Traffic Sources Using Aermod Coupled In Combination With WRF – Case Study of Hochiminh City, Vietnam Long Ta BUI Hochiminh city University of Technology
Simulation of atmospheric nitrogen deposition and primary productivity of dust and haze events in China Sea and study on source of nitrogen Chunqiang CHEN Ocean University of China
Source contributions to PM2.5 under unfavorable meteorological conditions in Guangzhou, a typical city in Pearl River Delta region, southern China. NAN WANG  Institute of Tropical Marine and Meteorology, CMA
Spatial and temporal variations of particulate matters and its relationship with meteorological conditions during 2015-2017 in major cities of China Xiaoyang LI Henan University
Spatiotemporal variability of NO2 and PM2.5 over Eastern China: observational and model analyses with a novel statistical method Mengyao LIU  Peking University
Study on the characteristics and source contribution of air pollutants in winter in shenyang Qiangqiang LI Shenyang Aerospace University
Study on the Non-road Mobile Source Emission Inventory for Sichuan Junhui CHEN Sichuan Research Institute of Environmental Protection
The Application of Four-Dimension Data Assimilation Methods in CALPUFF Jingchao YANG Sichuan Meteorological Disasters Prevention Technology Center
The Costs Monetization of Air Pollution Control Strategies in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region  Xiao ZHAO  Renmin University of China
Top-down estimates of carbon monoxide emissions using ground observations in Yangtze River Delta Region, China Guanglin JIA South China University of Technology