His scientific interests lie mostly in Ozone, Environmental chemistry, Troposphere, Atmospheric chemistry and Analytical chemistry. His Ozone research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Photodissociation, Boreal, NOx and Atmospheric sciences. His Environmental chemistry research integrates issues from Combustion, Hydrogen, Bromine, Volatile organic compound and Nitrous acid.
He works in the field of Troposphere, namely Chemical transport model. His Atmospheric chemistry study incorporates themes from Reactive nitrogen, Nitrate, Air quality index and Aerosol. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Atmosphere, Meteorology and Redox.
Jingqiu Mao mostly deals with Atmospheric sciences, Ozone, Atmospheric chemistry, Troposphere and Environmental chemistry. His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Meteorology and Radiative forcing. His Ozone research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Photodissociation, Reactive nitrogen, NOx and Flux.
His work deals with themes such as Hydroxyl radical, Ozone Monitoring Instrument, Aerosol, Air quality index and Methane, which intersect with Atmospheric chemistry. His study in Troposphere is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Atmosphere, Convection, Bromine and Analytical chemistry. His Environmental chemistry research includes elements of Yield, Radical, Nitrate and Formaldehyde.
His main research concerns Atmospheric sciences, Ozone, Atmospheric chemistry, NOx and Troposphere. The Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Atmosphere, Meteorology and Analytical chemistry. His Ozone research includes themes of Hydroxyl radical, Decadal change, Aerosol, Hydroperoxyl and Reactive nitrogen.
His work carried out in the field of Atmospheric chemistry brings together such families of science as Environmental chemistry, Atmospheric model, Formaldehyde and Air quality index. Jingqiu Mao combines subjects such as Chemical transport model and Nitrogen with his study of NOx. His studies deal with areas such as Atmospheric models, Convection and Scale as well as Troposphere.
His primary areas of study are Environmental chemistry, Atmospheric chemistry, Nitrate, Aerosol and Ozone. His work in Atmospheric chemistry covers topics such as Formaldehyde which are related to areas like Glyoxal, Yield, Radical and Photochemistry. His research integrates issues of Ammonium nitrate, Optical depth, Troposphere and Deposition in his study of Nitrate.
His Troposphere study which covers Nitrogen oxide that intersects with Chemical transport model and Air pollution. Jingqiu Mao interconnects Combustion and Reactive nitrogen in the investigation of issues within Aerosol. Jingqiu Mao focuses mostly in the field of Combustion, narrowing it down to topics relating to Air quality index and, in certain cases, Atmosphere.
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Global atmospheric model for mercury including oxidation by bromine atoms
C. D. Holmes;Daniel James Jacob;Elizabeth Sturges Corbitt;J. Mao.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2010)
Nitrate radicals and biogenic volatile organic compounds: oxidation, mechanisms, and organic aerosol
Nga Lee Ng;Steven S. Brown;Steven S. Brown;Alexander T. Archibald;Elliot Atlas.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2016)
Airborne measurement of OH reactivity during INTEX-B
J. Mao;J. Mao;X. Ren;X. Ren;W. H. Brune;J. R. Olson.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2009)
Atmospheric peroxyacetyl nitrate (PAN): a global budget and source attribution
E. V. Fischer;Daniel James Jacob;Robert M. Yantosca;Melissa Payer Sulprizio.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2014)
Ozone and organic nitrates over the eastern United States: Sensitivity to isoprene chemistry
Jingqiu Mao;Jingqiu Mao;Fabien Paulot;Daniel James Jacob;Ronald C. Cohen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2013)
Atmospheric oxidation in the Mexico City Metropolitan Area (MCMA) during April 2003
T. R. Shirley;W. H. Brune;X. Ren;J. Mao.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2005)
Insights into hydroxyl measurements and atmospheric oxidation in a California forest
J. Mao;J. Mao;X. Ren;L. Zhang;D. M. Van Duin.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2012)
Atmospheric oxidation capacity in the summer of Houston 2006: Comparison with summer measurements in other metropolitan studies
Jingqiu Mao;Xinrong Ren;Shuang Chen;William H. Brune.
Atmospheric Environment (2010)
Nitrogen oxides and PAN in plumes from boreal fires during ARCTAS-B and their impact on ozone: an integrated analysis of aircraft and satellite observations
M. J. Alvarado;J. A. Logan;J. Mao;E. Apel.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2010)
HOx chemistry during INTEX-A 2004: Observation, model calculation, and comparison with previous studies
Xinrong Ren;Jennifer R. Olson;James H. Crawford;William H. Brune.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
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