Xin Huang

Office: A415

Career Overview

Dr. Xin Huang is a professor in air pollution and its interaction with meteorology, with particular emphasis on understanding haze pollution and its environmental and climate effects in highly polluted regions like China. She started her research by developing high-resolution emission inventories and improving atmospheric chemistry modelling in East Asia, thereby demonstrating the critical importance of ammonia emission and heterogeneous reactions in China’s haze pollution. In recent years, her research aims to improve the understanding of aerosol-boundary layer interactions and their vital role in haze accumulation by using coupled meteorology-chemistry model and expands this finding to climatology analysis on regional/global scales. Xin Huang has contributed over 100 papers in international peer-reviewed journals with more than 7,000 citations, 10 of which are listed as ESI highly-cited papers. In addition to her innovative scientific contributions, Xin Huang has developed a strong reputation in the international atmospheric sciences community and serves as an associate editor of Meteorological Applications and Science Bulletin.



Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences, Peking University


B.Sc. in Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Work Experience

 2020 - current

Professor, Nanjing University

 2017 - 2020

Associate Professor, Nanjing University

 2014 - 2017

Research Scientist, Nanjing University

Research Interests

   Atmospheric aerosol
   Aerosol-climate interaction
   Atmospheric chemistry
   Emission inventory

Teaching Interests

   Air pollution
   Atmospheric chemistry
   Chemical transport model

Selected Publications


Wang, N., Huang, X.*Xu, J., Wang, T., Tan, Z., Ding, A.*: Typhoon-boosted biogenic emission aggravates cross-regional ozone pollution in China, Sci. Adv., 8, 2, 2022. Wang-SA-2022.pdf

Lai, S., Huang, X.*, Qi, X.*, et al.: Vigorous new particle formation above polluted boundary layer in the North China Plain, Geophys. Res. Lett., 49, 2022.Lai2022GRL.pdf

Wang, Z., Xue, L., Liu, J., Ding, K., Lou, S., Ding, A., Huang, X.*: Roles of Atmospheric Aerosols in Extreme Meteorological Events: a Systematic Review, Curr Pollution Rep, 2022.Wang2022CPR.pdf

Yang, Y., Wang, Z.*, Lou, S., Lu, J., Wang, H., Wang, J., Ding, A., Huang, X.*: Strong ozone intrusions associated with super dust storms in East Asia, Atmos. Environ., 119355, 2022.Yang2022AE.pdf



Huang, X.Ding, A., Gao, J., Zheng, B., et al.: Enhanced secondary pollution offset reduction of primary emissions during COVID-19 lockdown in China, Natl. Sci. Rev.,nwaa137,, 2021. [ESI highly cited & hot paper, China's 100 most influential international academic papers in 2021]Huang-2020-NSR.pdf

Huang, X.Ding, A.: Aerosol as a critical factor causing forecast biases of air temperature in global numerical weather prediction models, Sci. Bull., 66,1917-1924, 2021.Huang-SB-2021.pdf

Xue, L., Ding, A.*, Cooper, O., Huang, X., et al.: ENSO and Southeast Asian biomass burning modulate subtropical trans-Pacific ozone transport, Natl. Sci. Rev.,nwaa132,,2021. Xue-2020-NSR.pdf

Ding, K.,Huang, X.#, Ding, A., Cheng, Y. et al.: Aerosol-boundary-layer-monsoon interactions amplify semi-direct effect of biomass smoke on low cloud formation in Southeast Asia, Nat. Commun., 12, 1–9, 2021.

Ren, C.,Huang, X.*et al.: Nonlinear response of nitrate to NOx reduction in China during the COVID-19 pandemic, Atmos. Environ., 264, 118715, 2021.Ren-2021-AE.pdf

Wang, N., Xu, J., Huang, X.*et al.: Air Quality During COVID-19 Lockdown in the Yangtze River Delta and the Pearl River Delta: Two Different Responsive Mechanisms to Emission Reductions in China, Environ. Sci. Technol.,55, 9, 5721–5730,2021.

Tang, R., Huang, X., et al.: Global air quality change during the COVID-19 pandemic: Regionally different ozone pollution responses COVID-19, Atmos. Ocean. Sci. Lett. 14, 100015,2021.

Yang, S., Wang, Z., Huang, X.*, et al.: Meteorological feedback and eco-environmental impact of Asian dust: A simulation study. Atmos. Environ. 253, 118350,2021.

Li, S., Ding, K., Ding, A., He, L., Huang, X., Ge, Q., Fu, C.: Change of extreme snow events shaped the roof of traditional Chinese architecture in the past millennium, Sci. Adv., 7(37), eabh2601, 2021.

Jia, M., Evangeliou, N., Eckhardt, S., Huang, X., Gao, J., Ding, A., et al. Black carbon emission reduction due to COVID-19 lockdown in China. Geophys. Res. Lett.,48:e2021GL093243,2021.

Liu, L., Zhang, J., Du, R., ... Huang, X., ..., Li, W. et al. Chemistry of Atmospheric Fine Particles During the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Megacity of Eastern China. Geophys. Res. Lett.,48:e2020GL091611,2021.[ESI highly cited paper]

Yang, Y., Zhao, Y., Zhang, L., Zhang, J., Huang, X., Zhao, X., et al. Improvement of the satellite-derived NOx emissions on air quality modeling and its effect on ozone and secondary inorganic aerosol formation in the Yangtze River Delta, China. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 2021



Wang, Z., Huang, X.*, et al. Weakened Aerosol‐PBL Interaction During COVID‐19 Lockdown in Northern China, Geophys. Res. Lett., 48, e2020GL090542, 2020. Wang-2020-GRL.pdf

Wang, Z., Huang, X.*, et al. Aerosol-Radiation Interactions of Dust Storm Deteriorate Particle and Ozone Pollution in East China, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 47, e2020JD033601, 2020.Wang-2020-JGR.pdf

Liu, J., Ren, C., Huang, X.*, et al. Increased aerosol extinction efficiency hinders visibility improvement in eastern China, Geophys. Res. Lett., 47, e2020GL090167, 2020.Liu-2020-GRL.pdf

Huang, X.*, Huang, J., Ren, C., et al. Chemical Boundary Layer and Its Impact on Air Pollution in Northern China. Environmental Science & Technology Letters, 7, (11), 826-832., 2020.Huang-2020-EST.pdf

Huang, X., Ding, A.*, et al.: Amplified transboundary transport of haze by aerosol–boundary layer interaction in China, Nat. Geosci., 13, 428-434, 2020. [ESI highly cited & hot paper, Nat. Geosci. highlights, China's 100 most influential international academic papers in 2020]Huang-2020-NG.pdf

Tang, R, Huang, X.*, et al.: Biomass burning induced surface darkening and its impact on regional meteorology in Eastern China, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 20, 6177–6191, 2020. Tang-2020-ACP.pdf

Wang, T, Huang, X.*, et al.: Secondary aerosol formation and its linkage with synoptic conditions during winter haze pollution over eastern China, Sci. Total Environ., 730, 6177–6191, 2020. Wang-2020-STE.pdf

Xu, J, Huang, X.*, et al.: Understanding ozone pollution in the Yangtze River Delta of eastern China from the perspective of diurnal cycles, Sci. Total Environ., 752, 141928, 2020.Xu-2020-STE.pdf

Sun, P., Nie, W., Wang, T., Chi, X., Huang, X.,  Xu, Z., Zhu, C., Wang, L., Qi, X., Zhang, Q., Ding, A.: Impact of air transport and secondary formation on haze pollution in the Yangtze River Delta: In situ online observations in Shanghai and Nanjing, Atmos. Environ., 225, 117350, 2020.


Liu, M.X., Huang, X.#, Song, Y., et al.: Ammonia emission control in China would mitigate haze pollution and nitrogen deposition, but worsen acid rain, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 116, 7760-7765, 10.1073/pnas.1814880116, 2019. [ESI highly-cited paper,入选 “中国生态环境十大科技进展”]Liu-2019-PNAS.pdf

Wang, Z., Huang, X.*, and Ding, A.: Optimization of vertical grid setting for air quality modelling in China considering the effect of aerosol-boundary layer interaction, Atmos. Environ., 210, 1-13, 2019a.Wang-2019-AE.pdf

Wang, N., Lyu, X., Deng, X., Huang, X.*, Jiang, F., and Ding, A.: Aggravating O3 pollution due to NOx emission control in eastern China, Sci. Total Environ., 677, 732-744, 2019b.[ESI highly cited paper]Wang-2019-STE.pdf

Ding, Q., Sun, J.*, Huang, X.*, Ding, A., Zou, J., Yang, X., and Fu, C.: Impacts of black carbon on the formation of advection-radiation fog during a haze pollution episode in eastern China, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 2019, 1-30, 10.5194/acp-2019-182, 2019.Ding-2019-ACP.pdf

Qi, X., Ding, A., Nie, W., Chi, X., Huang, X., Xu, Z., Wang, T., Wang, Z., Wang, J., and Sun, P.: Direct measurement of new particle formation based on tethered airship around the top of the planetary boundary layer in eastern China, Atmos. Environ., 209, 92-101, 2019.

Ding, A., Huang, X., Nie, W. et al., Significant reduction of PM2.5 in eastern China due to regional-scale emission control: evidence from SORPES in 2011-2018, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 19, 18, 11791-11801, 2019.[ESI highly cited paper]

Shen, Y.,Virkkula, A.,Ding, A.,Luoma, K.,Keskinen, H.,Aalto, P.,Chi, X.,Qi, X.,Nie, W.,Huang, X.,Petaja, T.,Kulmala, M.,Kerminen, V.: Estimating cloud condensation nuclei number concentrations using aerosol optical properties: role of particle number size distribution and parameterization, Atmos Chem Phys, 19, 15483-15502, 2019.



Wang, Z., Huang, X.*, and Ding, A.: Dome effect of black carbon and its key influencing factors: a one-dimensional modelling study, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 18, 2821-2834, 10.5194/acp-18-2821-2018, 2018a.[ESI highly-cited paper]Wang-2018-ACP.pdf

Huang, X., Wang, Z., and Ding, A.: Impact of Aerosol-PBL Interaction on Haze Pollution: Multiyear Observational Evidences in North China, Geophys. Res. Lett., 45, 8596-8603, 10.1029/2018gl079239, 2018.[ESI highly cited paper]Huang-2018-GRL.pdf

Zhou, D.R., Ding, K., Huang, X.*, Liu, L.X., Liu, Q., Xu, Z.N., Jiang, F., Fu, C.B., and Ding, A.J.*: Transport, mixing and feedback of dust, biomass burning and anthropogenic pollutants in eastern Asia: a case study, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 18, 16345-16361, 10.5194/acp-18-16345-2018, 2018.Zhou-2018-ACP.pdf

Xu, Z., Huang, X.*, Nie, W., Shen, Y., Zheng, L., Xie, Y., Wang, T., Ding, K., Liu, L., Zhou, D., Qi, X., and Ding, A.*: Impact of Biomass Burning and Vertical Mixing of Residual-Layer Aged Plumes on Ozone in the Yangtze River Delta, China: A Tethered-Balloon Measurement and Modeling Study of a Multiday Ozone Episode, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 123, 11786-11803, 10.1029/2018jd028994, 2018a.Xu-2018-JGR.pdf

Xu, Z., Nie, W., Chi, X., Huang, X., Zheng, L., Xu, Z., Wang, J., Xie, Y., Qi, X., Wang, X., Xue, L., and Ding, A.: Ozone from fireworks: Chemical processes or measurement interference?, Sci. Total Environ., 633, 1007-1011, 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.03.203, 2018b.

Wang, J., Nie, W., Cheng, Y., Shen, Y., Chi, X., Wang, J., Huang, X., Xie, Y., Sun, P., Xu, Z., Qi, X., Su, H., and Ding, A..: Light absorption of brown carbon in eastern China based on 3-year multi-wavelength aerosol optical property observations and an improved absorption Angstrom exponent segregation method, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 18, 9061-9074, 10.5194/acp-18-9061-2018, 2018b.

Sun, P., Nie, W., Chi, X., Xie, Y., Huang, X., Xu, Z., Qi, X., Xu, Z., Wang, L., Wang, T., Zhang, Q., and Ding, A.: Two years of online measurement of fine particulate nitrate in the western Yangtze River Delta: influences of thermodynamics and N2O5 hydrolysis, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 18, 17177-17190, 10.5194/acp-18-17177-2018, 2018.

Shen, Y., Virkkula, A., Ding, A., Wang, J.P., Chi, X., Nie, W., Qi, X., Huang, X., Liu, Q., Zheng, L., Xu, Z., Petaja, T., Aalto, P., Fu, C., and Kulmala, M.: Aerosol optical properties at SORPES in Nanjing, east China, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 18, 5265-5292, 10.5194/acp-18-5265-2018, 2018.

Qi, X., Ding, A., Roldin, P., Xu, Z., Zhou, P., Sarnela, N., Nie, W., Huang, X., Rusanen, A., Ehn, M., Rissanen, M.P., Petaja, T., Kulmala, M., and Boy, M.: Modelling studies of HOMs and their contributions to new particle formation and growth: comparison of boreal forest in Finland and a polluted environment in China, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 18, 11779-11791, 10.5194/acp-18-11779-2018, 2018.

Liu, M., Huang, X., et al.: Rapid SO2 emission reductions significantly increase tropospheric ammonia concentrations over the North China Plain, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 18, 17933-17943, 10.5194/acp-18-17933-2018, 2018.

Liang, X., et al.: SURF: understanding and predicting urban convection and haze, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 2018.

Li, M., Wang, T.J., Xie, M., Li, S., Zhuang, B., Chen, P., Huang, X., and Han, Y.: Agricultural Fire Impacts on Ozone Photochemistry Over the Yangtze River Delta Region, East China, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 123, 6605-6623, 10.1029/2018jd028582, 2018.



Xu, Z., Huang, X.*, et al.: Influence of synoptic condition and holiday effects on VOCs and ozone production in the Yangtze River Delta region, China, Atmos. Environ., 168, 112-124, 2017.Xu-2017-AE.pdf

Ding, A., Huang, X., and Fu, C.: Air Pollution and Weather Interaction in East Asia, Oxford Research Encyclopedia, 10.1093/acrefore/9780199389414.013.536, 2017.Ding-2017-ORE.pdf

Zhou, D., Li, B., Huang, X., Virkkula, A., Wu, H., Zhao, Q., Zhang, J., Liu, Q., Li, L., Li, C., Chen, F., Yuan, S., Qiao, Y., Shen, G., and Ding, A., The Impacts of Emission Control and Regional Transport on PM 2.5 Ions and Carbon Components in Nanjing during the 2014 Nanjing Youth Olympic Games. Aerosol Air Qual. Res., 2017. 17(3): p. 730-740.

Xing, C., Liu, C., Wang, S., Chan, K., Gao, Y., Huang, X., Su, W., Zhang, C., Dong, Y., Fan, G., Zhang, T., Chen, Z., Hu, Q., Su, H., Xie, Z., and Liu, J., Observations of the vertical distributions of summertime atmospheric pollutants and the corresponding ozone production in Shanghai, China. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 2017. 17(23): p. 14275-14289.

Wei, W., Zhang, H., Schmitt, F.G., Huang, Y., Cai, X., Song, Y., Huang, X., and Zhang, H., Investigation of Turbulence behaviour in the stable boundary layer using arbitrary-order Hilbert spectra. Bound.-lay. meteorol., 2017. 163(2): p. 311-326.

Wang, J., Virkkula, A., Gao, Y., Lee, S., Shen, Y., Chi, X.G., Nie, W., Liu, Q., Xu, Z., Huang, X., Wang, T., Cui, L., and Ding, A.J., Observations of aerosol optical properties at a coastal site in Hong Kong, South China. Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 2017. 17(4): p. 2653-2671.

Tang, M., Huang, X., Lu, K., Ge, M., Li, Y., Cheng, P., Zhu, T., Ding, A., Zhang, Y., Gligorovski, S., Song, W., Ding, X., Bi, X.H., and Wang, X.M., Heterogeneous reactions of mineral dust aerosol: implications for tropospheric oxidation capacity. Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 2017. 17(19): p. 11727-11777.

Su, W., Liu, C., Hu, Q., Fan, G., Xie, Z., Huang, X., Zhang, T., Chen, Z., Dong, Y., and Ji, X., Characterization of ozone in the lower troposphere during the 2016 G20 conference in Hangzhou. Scientific reports, 2017. 7(1): p. 17368.

Nie, W., Hong, J., Hame, S.A.K., Ding, A., Li, Y., Yan, C., Hao, L., Mikkila, J., Zheng, L., Xie, Y., Zhu, C., Xu, Z., Chi, X., Huang, X., Zhou, Y., Lin, P., Virtanen, A., Worsnop, D.R., Kulmala, M., Ehn, M., Yu, J.Z., Kerminen, V.M., and Petaja, T., Volatility of mixed atmospheric humic-like substances and ammonium sulfate particles. Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 2017. 17(5): p. 3659-3672.

Miao, W. J., Huang, X., and Song, Y.: An economic assessment of the health effects and crop yield losses caused by air pollution in mainland China, Journal of Environmental Sciences, 56, 102-113, 10.1016/j.jes.2016.08.024, 2017.

Chen, J., Li, C., Ristovski, Z., Milic, A., Gu, Y., Islam, M.S., Wang, S., Hao, J., Zhang, H., He, C., Guo, H., Fu, H., Miljevic, B., Morawska, L., Thai, P., Fat, L.A.M.Y., Pereira, G., Ding, A., Huang, X., and Dumka, U.C., A review of biomass burning: Emissions and impacts on air quality, health and climate in China. Sci. Total Environ., 2017. 579: p. 1000-1034. [ESI highly cited & hot paper]



Huang, X., Ding A.* et al.: Comprehensive modelling study on observed new particle formation at the SORPES station in Nanjing, China, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 2016a.Huang-2016a-ACP.pdf

Huang, X., Ding A.* et al.: Effects of aerosol-radiation interaction on precipitation during biomass-burning season in East China, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 16, 10063-10082, 2016b.Huang-2016b-ACP.pdf

Ding, A., Huang, X., et al.: Enhanced haze pollution by black carbon in megacities in China, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, 2873-2879, 2016b.[ESI highly cited & hot paper]Ding-2016-GRL.pdf

Liu, L., Huang, X.*, Ding, A.*, and Fu, C.: Dust-induced radiative feedbacks in north China: A dust storm episode modeling study using WRF-Chem, Atmos. Environ., 129, 2821-2834, 2016a.Liu-2016-AE.PDF

Zhang, Y., Ding, A., Mao, H., Nie, W., Zhou, D., Liu, L., Huang, X., and Fu, C., Impact of synoptic weather patterns and inter-decadal climate variability on air quality in the north China plain during 1980–2013. Atmos. Environ., 2016. 124: p. 119-128. [ESI highly cited paper]

Liu, H., Liu, C., Xie, Z., Li, Y., Huang, X., Wang, S., Xu, J., Xie, P., A paradox for air pollution controlling in China revealed by “APEC Blue” and “Parade Blue”. Sci. Rep., 2016. 6.

Kang, Y., Liu, M., Song, Y., Huang, X., et al.: High-resolution ammonia emissions inventories in China from 1980-2012, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 16, 2043-2058, 10.5194/acp-16-2043-2016, 2016. [ESI highly cited paper]

Ding, A., Nie, W., Huang, X., et al.: Long-term observation of air pollution-weather/climate interactions at the SORPES station: a review and outlook, Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, 10, 15, 2016a.Ding-2016-FSE.pdf



Huang, X., Song, Y., Zhao, C., Cai, X., Zhang, H., and Zhu, T.: Direct Radiative Effect by Multicomponent Aerosol over China, J. Climate, 28, 3472-3495, 10.1175/Jcli-D-14-00365.1, 2015.Huang-2015-JC.pdf

Xie, Y., Ding, A., Nie, W., Mao, H., Qi, X., Huang, X., Xu, Z., Kerminen, V.M., Petäjä, T., and Chi, X., Enhanced sulfate formation by nitrogen dioxide: Implications from in situ observations at the SORPES station. J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 2015. 120(24): p. 12679-12694.

Virkkula, A., Chi, X., Ding, A., Shen, Y., Nie, W., Qi, X., Zheng, L., Huang, X., Xie, Y., and Wang, J., On the interpretation of the loading correction of the aethalometer. Atmos. Meas. Tech., 2015.

Qi, X., Ding, A., Nie, W., Petaja, T., Kerminen, V.M., Herrmann, E., Xie, Y., Zheng, L., Manninen, H., Aalto, P., Sun, J., Xu, Z., Chi, X., Huang, X., Boy, M., Virkkula, A., Yang, X., Fu, C., and Kulmala, M: Aerosol size distribution and new particle formation in the western Yangtze River Delta of China: 2 years of measurements at the SORPES station, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 15, 12445-12464, 2015.

Nie, W., Ding, A., Xie, Y., Xu, Z., Mao, H., Kerminen, V.-M., Zheng, L., Qi, X., Huang, X., and Yang, X.: Influence of biomass burning plumes on HONO chemistry in eastern China, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 15, 1147-1159, 2015.

Liu, M., Song, Y., Yao, H., Kang, Y., Li, M., Huang, X., and Hu, M.: Estimating emissions from agricultural fires in the North China Plain based on MODIS fire radiative power, Atmos. Environ., 112, 326-334, 2015.

Li, M., Song, Y., Liu, M., Yao, H., Huang, X., Wang, X., and Zhang, Y.: Impacts of decadal variations in natural emissions due to land-cover changes on ozone production in southern China, Tellus B, 67, 2015a.

Li, M., Mao, Z., Song, Y., Liu, M., and Huang, X.: Impacts of the Decadal Urbanization on Thermally Induced Circulations in Eastern China*, J. Appl. Meteor. Clim., 54, 259-282, 2015b.

Li, J., Song, Y., Huang, X., and Li, M.: Comparison of forest burned areas in mainland China derived from MCD45A1 and data recorded in yearbooks from 2001 to 2011, Int. J. Wildland Fire, 24, 103-113, 2015c.



Huang, X., Song, Y., Zhao, C., Li, M., Zhu, T., Zhang, Q., and Zhang, X.: Pathways of sulfate enhancement by natural and anthropogenic mineral aerosols in China, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 119, 14165-14179, 10.1002/2014JD022301, 2014.Huang-2014-JGR.pdf

Li, M., Song, Y., Huang, X., Li, al.: Improving mesoscale modeling using satellitederived land surface parameters in the Pearl River Delta region, China, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 119, 6325-6346, 2014a.

Li, J., Song, Y., Mao, Y., Mao, Z., Wu, Y., Li, M., Huang, X., He, Q., and Hu, M.: Chemical characteristics and source apportionment of PM 2.5 during the harvest season in eastern China's agricultural regions, Atmos. Environ., 92, 442-448, 2014b.

Li, J., Lu, K., Lv, W., Li, J., Zhong, L., Ou, Y., Chen, D., Huang, X., and Zhang, Y..: Fast increasing of surface ozone concentrations in Pearl River Delta characterized by a regional air quality monitoring network during 2006–2011, J. Environ. Sci., 26, 23-36, 2014c.



Huang, X., Song, Y., Li, M., Li, J., and Zhu, T.: Harvest season, high polluted season in East China, Environ. Res. Lett., 7, 10.1088/1748-9326/7/4/044033, 2012a[IOP research news]Huang-2012-ERL.pdf

Huang, X., et al.: A high-resolution ammonia emission inventory in China, Global Biogeochem. Cy., 26, 10.1029/2011gb004161, 2012b.[ESI highly cited & hot paper]Huang-2012-GBC.pdf

Huang, X., Li, M., Li, J., and Song, Y.: A high-resolution emission inventory of crop burning in fields in China based on MODIS Thermal Anomalies/Fire products, Atmos. Environ., 50, 9-15, 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2012.01.017, 2012c.[Nature China highlighted paper 2012]Huang-2012-AE.pdf

Li, M., Huang, X., Zhu, L., Li, J., Song, Y., Cai, X., and Xie, S.: Analysis of the transport pathways and potential sources of PM 10 in Shanghai based on three methods, Sci. Total Environ., 414, 525-534, 2012a.



Huang, X., Li, M., Friedli, H. R., Song, Y., Chang, D., and Zhu, L.: Mercury Emissions from Biomass Burning in China, Environ. Sci. Technol., 45, 9442-9448, 10.1021/Es202224e, 2011.Huang-2011-EST.pdf

Zhu, L., Huang, X., Shi, H., Cai, X., and Song, Y.: Transport pathways and potential sources of PM 10 in Beijing, Atmos. Environ., 45, 594-604, 2011.

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