His primary scientific interests are in Environmental engineering, NOx, Atmospheric sciences, Air quality index and Meteorology. His research in Environmental engineering intersects with topics in Flue-gas desulfurization and Coal. His work carried out in the field of Coal brings together such families of science as Bidding, Natural resource economics, Renminbi and Investment.
Chris P. Nielsen focuses mostly in the field of NOx, narrowing it down to matters related to Emission inventory and, in some cases, Total organic carbon. His Atmospheric sciences study incorporates themes from Nitrogen dioxide, Beijing, Growth rate and Aerosol. In his papers, Chris P. Nielsen integrates diverse fields, such as Meteorology and Industrial production.
His main research concerns Environmental engineering, Environmental protection, Air quality index, Natural resource economics and Beijing. Chris P. Nielsen combines subjects such as Flue-gas desulfurization, Production, NOx and Coal with his study of Environmental engineering. The concepts of his Environmental protection study are interwoven with issues in Pollutant emissions and Environmental planning.
His work in the fields of Emission inventory overlaps with other areas such as Spatial ecology. His Natural resource economics research includes elements of Economic growth, Fossil fuel and Investment. His study looks at the relationship between Beijing and topics such as Climatology, which overlap with Ozone.
Chris P. Nielsen mainly focuses on Electricity, Air quality index, Natural resource economics, Gross domestic product and Beijing. His Air quality index research includes themes of Scenario analysis and Population health. As part of his studies on Natural resource economics, he often connects relevant areas like Greenhouse effect.
His Gross domestic product research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bioenergy and Environmental protection. His Beijing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Climatology and Physical geography. His work on Cost of electricity by source as part of general Electricity generation research is often related to Waste management, Negative carbon dioxide emission, Coal and Carbon price, thus linking different fields of science.
His primary scientific interests are in Electricity, Natural resource economics, Subsidy, Electricity generation and Greenhouse effect. His study of Electricity brings together topics like Emission intensity, Power sector, Current, Emission inventory and Environmental protection. His work on Investment expands to the thematically related Natural resource economics.
Chris P. Nielsen integrates many fields in his works, including Subsidy, Carbon emission trading, Control, Emissions trading, Carbon tax and Environmental economics. His work on Cost of electricity by source as part of general Electricity generation research is frequently linked to Waste management, Negative carbon dioxide emission, Carbon capture and storage and Coal, bridging the gap between disciplines. His study on Greenhouse effect is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Customer needs and Economic benefits.
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Quantifying the uncertainties of a bottom-up emission inventory of anthropogenic atmospheric pollutants in China
Y. Zhao;Y. Zhao;Chris P. Nielsen;Yu Lei;Michael Brendon McElroy.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2011)
An inventory of primary air pollutants and CO2 emissions from cement production in China, 1990–2020
Yu Lei;Yu Lei;Qiang Zhang;Chris Nielsen;Kebin He.
Atmospheric Environment (2011)
Emission trends and mitigation options for air pollutants in East Asia
S. X. Wang;B. Zhao;S. Y. Cai;Z. Klimont.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2014)
Establishment of a database of emission factors for atmospheric pollutants from Chinese coal-fired power plants
Yu Zhao;Yu Zhao;Shuxiao Wang;Chris P. Nielsen;Xinghua Li.
Atmospheric Environment (2010)
Soil acidification in China: is controlling SO2 emissions enough?
Yu Zhao;Lei Duan;Jia Xing;Thorjorn Larssen.
Environmental Science & Technology (2009)
Trade-driven relocation of air pollution and health impacts in China.
Haikun Wang;Haikun Wang;Yanxu Zhang;Hongyan Zhao;Xi Lu.
Nature Communications (2017)
Potential for Wind-Generated Electricity in China
Michael Brendon McElroy;Xi Lu;Chris Nielsen;Yuxuan Wang.
Reducing curtailment of wind electricity in China by employing electric boilers for heat and pumped hydro for energy storage
Ning Zhang;Xi Lu;Xi Lu;Michael B. McElroy;Chris P. Nielsen.
Applied Energy (2016)
The effects of recent control policies on trends in emissions of anthropogenic atmospheric pollutants and CO 2 in China
Y. Zhao;Junying Zhang;Chris Nielsen.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2013)
Challenges faced by China compared with the US in developing wind power
Xi Lu;Michael Brendon McElroy;Wei Peng;Shiyang Liu.
Nature Energy (2016)
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