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Impacts of the near-surface urban boundary layer structure on PM2.5 concentrations in Beijing during winter 期刊论文
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2019, 卷号: 669, 页码: 493-504
Authors:  Wang, LL (Wang, Linlin);  Wang, H (Wang, Hong);  Liu, JK (Liu, Junkai);  Gao, ZQ (Gao, Zhiqiu);  Yang, YJ (Yang, Yuanjian);  Zhang, XY (Zhang, Xiaoye);  Li, YB (Li, Yubin);  Huang, M (Huang, Meng)
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PM2.5  Boundary layer structure  Mixing turbulence  Near-surface layer  Beijing  
Impacts of the near-surface urban boundary layer structure on PM2.5 concentrations in Beijing during winter 期刊论文
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2019, 卷号: 669, 页码: 493-504
Authors:  Wang, LL (Wang, Linlin)[ 1,2 ] ;   Wang, H (Wang, Hong)[ 2 ] ;   Liu, JK (Liu, Junkai)[ 1 ] ;   Gao, ZQ (Gao, Zhiqiu)[ 1 ] ;   Yang, YJ (Yang, Yuanjian)[ 2,3 ] ;   Zhang, XY (Zhang, Xiaoye)[ 4,5 ] ;   Li, YB (Li, Yubin)[ 2 ] ;   Huang, M (Huang, Meng)[ 2 ]
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SEVERE HAZE POLLUTION  AIR-POLLUTION  NORTH CHINA  AEROSOL POLLUTION  METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS  ATMOSPHERIC CIRCULATIONS  AMBIENT PM2.5  POLLUTANTS  EPISODES  HEIGHT  
Vertical observations of the atmospheric boundary layer structure over Beijing urban area during air pollution episodes 期刊论文
ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 2019, 卷号: 19, 期号: 10, 页码: 6949-6967
Authors:  Wang, LL (Wang, Linlin)[ 1,2 ] ;   Liu, JK (Liu, Junkai)[ 1,5 ] ;   Gao, ZQ (Gao, Zhiqiu)[ 1 ] ;   Li, YB (Li, Yubin)[ 2 ] ;   Huang, M (Huang, Meng)[ 2 ] ;   Fan, SH (Fan, Sihui)[ 2 ] ;   Zhang, XY (Zhang, Xiaoye)[ 3 ] ;   Yang, YJ (Yang, Yuanjian)[ 2,6 ] ;   Miao, SG (Miao, Shiguang)[ 4 ] ;   Zou, H (Zou, Han)[ 1 ] ;   Sun, YL (Sun, Yele)[ 1 ] ;   Chen, Y (Chen, Yong)[ 1 ] ;   Yang, T (Yang, Ting)[ 1 ]
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NORTH CHINA PLAIN  SURFACE-ENERGY BALANCE  ANTHROPOGENIC HEAT  SEVERE HAZE  METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS  AEROSOL POLLUTION  SEVERE FOG  IMPACT  PM2.5  EVENT