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Jan-2007 Heavy metals and Pb isotopic composition of aerosols in urban and suburban areas of Hong Kong and Guangzhou, South China - Evidence of the long-range transport of air contaminantsLee, Celine Siu-lan; Li, Xiangdong; Zhang, Gan; Li, Jun; Ding, Aijun; Wang, Tao
31-Aug-2009 Increasing surface ozone concentrations in the background atmosphere of southern China, 1994-2007Wang, Tao; Wei, X. L.; Ding, A. J.; Poon, Steven C. N.; Lam, Ka-se; Li, Yok-sheung; Chan, L. Y.; Anson, Michael
Feb-2006 Influence of stratosphere-to-troposphere exchange on the seasonal cycle of surface ozone at Mount Waliguan in western ChinaDing, Aijun; Wang, Tao
Nov-2003 Influences of biomass burning during the Transport and Chemical Evolution Over the Pacific (TRACE-P) experiment identified by the regional chemical transport modelTang, Youhua; Carmichael, Gregory R.; Woo, Jung-Hun; Thongboonchoo, Narisara; Kurata, Gakuji; Uno, Itsushi; Streets, David G.; Blake, Donald R.; Weber, Rodney J.; Talbot, Robert W.; Kondo, Yutaka; Singh, Hanwant B.; Wang, Tao
Apr-2006 On the origin of surface ozone and reactive nitrogen observed at a remote mountain site in the northeastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, western ChinaWang, Tao; Wong, H. L. A.; Tang, J.; Ding, Aijun; Wu, W. S.; Zhang, X. C.
Jun-2001 Ozone and related gaseous pollutants in the boundary layer of eastern China : overview of the recent measurements at a rural siteWang, Tao; Cheung, Vincent T. F.; Anson, Michael; Li, Yok-sheung
Aug-2004 Relationships of trace gases and aerosols and the emission characteristics at Lin'an, a rural site in eastern China, during spring 2001Wang, Tao; Wong, C. H.; Cheung, T. F.; Blake, D. R.; Arimoto, R.; Baumann, K.; Tang, J.; Ding, G. A.; Yu, X. M.; Li, Yok-sheung; Streets, D. G.; Simpson, I. J.
15-Oct-2007 Slow relaxation of piezoelectric response in CdZnTe ferroelectric semiconductor single crystalsKe, Shanming; Huang, Haitao; Wang, Tao; Fan, Huiqing; Jie, Waiqi; Chan, Helen L. W.
Apr-2011 Source of surface ozone and reactive nitrogen speciation at Mount Waliguan in western China : new insights from the 2006 summer studyXue, Likun; Wang, Tao; Zhang, J. M.; Zhang, X. C.; Deliger; Poon, C. N.; Ding, A. J.; Zhou, X. H.; Wu, W. S.; Tang, J.; Zhang, Q. Z.; Wang, W. X.
Jun-2009 Source origins, modeled profiles, and apportionments of halogenated hydrocarbons in the greater Pearl River Delta region, southern China  Guo, Hai; Ding, A. J.; Wang, Tao; Simpson, I. J.; Blake, D. R.; Barletta, B.; Meinardi, S.; Rowland, F. S.; Saunders, S. M.; Fu, T. M.; Hung, Wing-tat; Li, Yok-sheung
Nov-2006 Strong ozone production in urban plumes from Beijing, ChinaWang, Tao; Ding, Aijun; Gao, Jian; Wu, W. S.
20-Dec-1997 Trace gas measurements in coastal Hong Kong during the PEM‐West B Wang, Tao; Lam, Ka-se; Chan, L. Y.; Lee, A. S. Y.; Carroll, M. A.
Apr-2009 Transport of north China air pollution by midlatitude cyclones : case study of aircraft measurements in summer 2007Ding, Aijun; Wang, Tao; Xue, Likun; Gao, Jian; Stohl, Andreas; Lei, Hengchi; Jin, Dezhen; Ren, Yu; Wang, Xuezhong; Wei, X. L.; Qi, Yanbin; Liu, Jian; Zhang, Xiaoqing
4-Jan-2008 Tropospheric ozone climatology over Beijing : analysis of aircraft data from the MOZAIC programDing, A. J.; Wang, Tao; Thouret, V.; Cammas, J.-P.; Nédélec, P.
Dec-2004 Vertical profile and origin of wintertime tropospheric ozone over China during the PEACE‐A periodChan, C. Y.; Zheng, X. D.; Chan, L. Y.; Cui, H.; Ginn, E. W. L.; Leung, Y. K.; Lam, H. M.; Zheng, Y. G.; Qin, Y.; Zhao, C. S.; Wang, Tao; Blake, D. R.; Li, Yok-sheung
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