Method development

Wang, Peng; Chen, Yuan; Hu, Jianlin; Zhang, Hongliang; Ying, Qi. Attribution of Tropospheric Ozone to NOx and VOC Emissions: Considering Ozone Formation in the Transition Regime. Environmental Science and Technology. Accepted.

Hongliang Zhang, Hao Guo, Jianlin Hu, Qi Ying, and Michael J. Kleeman. Modeling atmospheric age distribution of elemental carbon using a regional age-resolved particle representation framework. Environmental Science and Technology. Accepted.

Qi Ying, Miao Feng, Danlin Song, Li Wu, Jianlin Hu, Hongliang Zhang, Michael J. Kleeman, Xinghua Li, 2018. Improve Regional Distribution and Source Apportionment of PM2.5 Trace Elements in China using Inventory-Observation Constrained Emission Factors. Science of the Total Environment, 624, 355-365. Link

Peng Wang, Qi Ying, Hongliang Zhang, Jianlin Hu, Yingchao Lin, Hongjun Mao, 2017. Source apportionment of secondary organic aerosol in China using a regional chemical transport model and two emission inventories. Environmental Pollution, 237, 756-766.

Jianlin Hu, Lin Huang, Mindong Chen, Hong Liao, Hongliang Zhang, Shuxiao Wang, Qiang Zhang and Qi Ying, 2017. Premature mortality attributable to particulate matter in China: source contributions and responses to reduction. Environmental Science and Technology, 51(17), 9950-9959.

Hu, J., Li, X., Huang, L., Ying, Q., Zhang, Q., Zhao, B., Wang, S. and Zhang, H., 2017. Ensemble Predictions of Air Pollutants in  China  in  2013  for Health Effects Studies Using WRF/CMAQ Modeling System with Four Emission Inventories. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 17, 13103-13118.

Jie Zhang, Peng Wang, Jingyi Li, Pauline Mendola, Seth Sherman and Qi Ying, 2017. Estimating Population Exposure to Ambient Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon in the United States – Part I: Model Development and Evaluation. Environment International, 99, 263-274.

Jianlin Hu, Qi Ying, Yungang Wang, Hongliang Zhang. 2015. Characterizing Multi-Pollutant Air Pollution in China: Comparison of Three Air Quality Indices. Environmental International, 84, 17-25. 

Qi Ying, Jingyi Li, Sri Harsha Kota. 2015. Significant Contributions of Isoprene to Summertime Secondary Organic Aerosol in Eastern United States. Environmental Science and Technology, 49(13), 7834-7842.

Gang Chen, Jingyi Li, Qi Ying, Seth Sherman, Neil Perkins, Sundaram Rajeshwari and Pauline Mendola. 2014. Evaluation of Observation-Fused Regional Air Quality Model Results for Population Air Pollution Exposure Estimation, Science of the Total Environment, 485-486, p563-574.

 Jianlin Hu, Hongliang Zhang, Shu-Hua Chen, Qi Ying, Christine Wiedinmyer, Francois, Vandenberghe, Michael Kleeman. Identifying PM2.5 and PM0.1 Sources for Epidemiological Studies in California. Environmental Science and Technology, 2014, 48(9), 4980-4990.

Jingyi Li, Qi Ying, Bingqi Yi, Ping Yang. 2013. Role of Stabilized Criegee Intermediates in the Formation of Atmospheric Sulfate in Eastern United States. Atmospheric Environment, 79. 442-447.

Sri Harsha Kota, Qi Ying and Yunlong Zhang. 2010. TAMNROM-3D: A Three-Dimensional Eulerian Model to Simulate Air Quality near Highways. Transportation Research Record, the Journal of Transportation Research Board, v2158, 61-68.

Qi Ying and Michael J. Kleeman. 2009. Regional Contributions to Airborne Particulate Matter in Central California During a Severe Pollution Episode. Atmospheric Environment. 43(6), 1218-1228 .

Michael J. Kleeman, Qi Ying and Mitchel J. Mysliwiec. 2007. Source apportionment of Secondary Organic Aerosol during a Severe Photochemical Smog Episode. Atmospheric Environment. 41(3), 576-591.

Qi Ying and Michael J. Kleeman. 2006. Regional Source Contribution to Secondary Particulate Matter in California Using a Three-Dimensional Source-Oriented Air Quality Model. Atmospheric Environment, 40(3), 736-752.

Qi Ying, Mitchell Mysliwiec, and Michael J. Kleeman. 2004. Source Apportionment of Visibility Impairment Using a Three-Dimensional Source-Oriented Air Quality Model, Environmental Science and Technology, 38 (4), 1089-1101.

Qi Ying and Michael J. Kleeman. 2003. Effects of Aerosol UV Extinction on the Formation of Ozone and Secondary Particulate Matter, Atmospheric Environment, 37 (36), 5047-5068.