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Effects of meteorology and secondary particle formation on visibilityduring heavy haze events in Beijing, China
Zhang,Q(Zhang,Qiang)[1]; Quan,JN(Quan,Jiannong)[1]; Tie,XX(Tie,Xuexi)[2,3]; Li,X(Li,Xia)[1]; Liu,Q(Liu,Quan)[1]; Gao,Y(Gao,Yang)[1]; Zhao,DL(Zhao,Delong)[1]
2015-01
发表期刊Science of the Total Environment
卷号502期号:2015页码:578-584
文章类型期刊论文
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The causes of haze formation in Beijing, China were analyzed based on a comprehensive measurement, including PBL (planetary boundary layer), aerosol composition and concentrations, and several important meteorological parameters such as visibility, RH (relative humidity), and wind speed/direction. The measurement was conducted in an urban location from Nov. 16, 2012 to Jan. 15, 2013. During the period, the visibility varied from N20 km to less than a kilometer, with a minimum visibility of 667 m, causing 16 haze occurrences. During the haze occurrences, the wind speeds were less than 1 m/s, and the concentrations of PM2.5 (particle matter with radius less than 2.5 μm) were often exceeded 200 μg/m3. The correlation between PM2.5 concentration and visibility under different RH values shows that visibility was exponentially decreased with the increase of PM2.5 concentrations when RH was less than 80%. However, when RH was higher than 80%, the relationship was no longer to follow the exponentially decreasing trend, and the visibility maintained in very low values, even with low PM2.5 concentrations. Under this condition, the hygroscopic growth of particles played important roles, and a large amount of water vapor acted as particle matter (PM) for the reduction of visibility. The variations of meteorological parameters (RH, PBL heights, and WS (wind speed)), chemical species in gas-phase (CO, O3, SO2, and NOx), and gas-phase to particle-phase conversions under different visibility ranges were analyzed. The results show that from high visibility (N20 km) to low visibility (b2 km), the averaged PBL decreased from 1.24 km to 0.53 km; wind speeds reduced from 1 m/s to 0.5 m/s; and CO increased from 0.5 ppmv to 4.0 ppmv, suggesting that weaker transport/diffusion caused the haze occurrences. This study also found that the formation of SPM (secondary particle matter) was accelerated in the haze events. The conversions between SO2 and SO4 _ as well as NOx to NO3 − increased, especially under high humidity conditions. When the averaged RH was 70%, the conversions between SO2 and SO4 _ accounted for about 20% concentration of PM2.5, indicating that formation of secondary particle matter had important contribution for the haze occurrences in Beijing.

关键词Beijing Hazes Visibility Pm2.5 Pbl Secondary Particle Formation
DOI10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.09.079
收录类别SCI
语种英语
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条目标识符http://ir.ieecas.cn/handle/361006/9458
专题粉尘与环境研究室
作者单位1.Beijing Weather Modification Office, Beijing, China;
2.SKLLQG and Key Laboratory of Aerosol Chemistry and Physics, Institute of Earth Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Xian China;
3.National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, USA
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Zhang,Q,Quan,JN,Tie,XX,et al. Effects of meteorology and secondary particle formation on visibilityduring heavy haze events in Beijing, China[J]. Science of the Total Environment,2015,502(2015):578-584.
APA Zhang,Q.,Quan,JN.,Tie,XX.,Li,X.,Liu,Q.,...&Zhao,DL.(2015).Effects of meteorology and secondary particle formation on visibilityduring heavy haze events in Beijing, China.Science of the Total Environment,502(2015),578-584.
MLA Zhang,Q,et al."Effects of meteorology and secondary particle formation on visibilityduring heavy haze events in Beijing, China".Science of the Total Environment 502.2015(2015):578-584.
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