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Characteristics of surface ozone at an urban site of Xi'an in Northwest China.
  • X. Wang, Z. Shen, +5 authors Y. Sun
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Journal of environmental monitoring : JEM
  • 4 January 2012
Surface ozone concentrations in Xi'an, China were monitored from March 23, 2008 to January 12, 2009 using the Model ML/EC9810 ozone analyzer. The daily average O(3) ranged from <1 ppb to 64.2 ppbvExpand
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Chemical Characteristics of Fine Particles (PM1) from Xi'an, China
Daily mass concentrations of water-soluble inorganic (WS-i) ions, organic carbon (OC), and elemental carbon (EC) were determined for fine particulate matter (PM1, particles < 1.0 μm in diameter)Expand
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Response of ecosystem respiration to experimental warming and clipping in Tibetan alpine meadow at three elevations
This study aims to understand the response of ecosystem respiration ( R eco ) to warming and clipping in the alpine meadow of Tibet. A field warming experiment using open top chambers was conductedExpand
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Seasonal Variation and Health Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals in PM2.5 during Winter and Summer over Xi’an, China
In this study, 24 h PM2.5 (particles with an equivalent diameter equal to or below 2.5 μm) samples were collected in winter and summer in Xi’an, Northwestern China to characterize the seasonalExpand
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Characteristics of Organic and Elemental Carbon in PM2.5 and PM0.25 in Indoor and Outdoor Environments of a Middle School: Secondary Formation of Organic Carbon and Sources Identification
Secondary organic carbon (SOC) formation and its effects on human health require better understanding in Chinese megacities characterized by a severe particulate pollution and robust economic reform.Expand
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High time resolution observation of PM2.5 Brown carbon over Xi'an in northwestern China: Seasonal variation and source apportionment.
There is growing evidence suggesting the enhancement of brown carbon (BrC) in severe haze episodes. In this study, hourly measurements of BrC in PM2.5 were conducted in Xi'an, a typical city inExpand
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A 10-year observation of PM2.5-bound nickel in Xi’an, China: Effects of source control on its trend and associated health risks
This study presents the first long term (10-year period, 2004–2013) datasets of PM2.5-bound nickel (Ni) concentration obtained from the daily sample in urban of Xi’an, Northwestern China. The NiExpand
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Emission reduction effect on PM2.5, SO2 and NOx by using red mud as additive in clean coal briquetting
  • Yue Zhang, Z. Shen, +8 authors J. Cao
  • Environmental Science
  • 15 February 2020
Abstract Emissions of PM2.5 and trace gases from residential coal consumption for winter heating have caused severe air pollution in northern China. Clean coal briquettes can meet both demands ofExpand
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Carbonaceous aerosols emission reduction by using red mud additive in coal briquette
  • Yue Zhang, Z. Shen, +7 authors T. Wang
  • Environmental Science
  • 1 March 2020
Residential coal combustion is a major source of carbonaceous aerosol globally. Clean coal briquettes can be used for pollution emission control. In this study, red mud (RM), a high alkalinityExpand
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Corrigendum to "Chemical characterization and source apportionment of PM 2.5 in Beijing: seasonal perspective" published in Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 7053–7074, 2013
R. Zhang1,*, J. Jing1,2,*, J. Tao3,*, S.-C. Hsu4,*, G. Wang5, J. Cao5, C. S. L. Lee6, L. Zhu3, Z. Chen7, Y. Zhao7, and Z. Shen8 1Key Laboratory of Regional Climate-Environment Research for TemperateExpand
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