Yongming Han spends much of his time researching Environmental chemistry, Aerosol, Total organic carbon, Soot and Coal combustion products. His study in Environmental chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hydrology and Enrichment factor. His Aerosol study introduces a deeper knowledge of Meteorology.
In general Meteorology study, his work on Haze and Air quality index often relates to the realm of Mass concentration, thereby connecting several areas of interest. The concepts of his Haze study are interwoven with issues in Beijing, Particulate pollution and Environmental protection. His Soot research includes themes of Atmosphere and Char.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental chemistry, Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences, Total organic carbon and Soot. Within one scientific family, Yongming Han focuses on topics pertaining to Coal combustion products under Environmental chemistry, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Environmental engineering and Anthracite. His study on Radiative forcing is often connected to Mass concentration as part of broader study in Aerosol.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Period, Meteorology, Earth's energy budget and Brown carbon in addition to Atmospheric sciences. His research in Total organic carbon intersects with topics in Mineralogy and Straw. His research in Soot tackles topics such as Char which are related to areas like Deposition.
Yongming Han mostly deals with Environmental chemistry, Aerosol, Atmosphere, Physical geography and Glacial period. The various areas that Yongming Han examines in his Environmental chemistry study include Opah and Fossil fuel. His Fossil fuel study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Soot, Deposition, Air quality index, Haze and Char.
His Aerosol study frequently involves adjacent topics like Atmospheric sciences. His research investigates the link between Atmosphere and topics such as Monsoon that cross with problems in Plateau, Qinghai lake and Brown carbon. He has researched Glacial period in several fields, including Climate change and Quaternary.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Arid, Physical geography, Carbon cycle, Interglacial and δ18O. The Arid study combines topics in areas such as Glacial period, Climate change and Quaternary.
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High secondary aerosol contribution to particulate pollution during haze events in China
Ru Jin Huang;Yanlin Zhang;Carlo Bozzetti;Kin Fai Ho.
Severe haze in northern China: A synergy of anthropogenic emissions and atmospheric processes.
Zhisheng An;Ru-Jin Huang;Renyi Zhang;Xuexi Tie.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2019)
Winter and Summer PM2.5 Chemical Compositions in Fourteen Chinese Cities
Jun Ji Cao;Zhen Xing Shen;Judith C. Chow;John G. Watson.
Journal of The Air & Waste Management Association (2012)
Water-soluble ions in atmospheric aerosols measured in Xi'an, China: Seasonal variations and sources
T. Zhang;J.J. Cao;X.X. Tie;Z.X. Shen.
Atmospheric Research (2011)
Evaluation of the thermal/optical reflectance method for discrimination between char- and soot-EC.
Yongming Han;Junji Cao;Judith C. Chow;Judith C. Chow;John G. Watson;John G. Watson.
Black carbon relationships with emissions and meteorology in Xi'an, China
Jun-Ji Cao;Chong-Shu Zhu;Judith C. Chow;John G. Watson.
Atmospheric Research (2009)
Different characteristics of char and soot in the atmosphere and their ratio as an indicator for source identification in Xi'an, China
Y. M. Han;Y. M. Han;J. J. Cao;J. J. Cao;Shun-cheng Lee;Shun-cheng Lee;K. F. Ho;K. F. Ho.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2010)
Fossil vs. non-fossil sources of fine carbonaceous aerosols in four Chinese cities during the extreme winter haze episode of 2013
Y.-L. Zhang;R.-J. Huang;R.-J. Huang;I. El Haddad;K.-F. Ho;K.-F. Ho.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2015)
Lead concentrations in fine particulate matter after the phasing out of leaded gasoline in Xi'an, China
H.M. Xu;J.J. Cao;J.J. Cao;K.F. Ho;H. Ding.
Atmospheric Environment (2012)
Characteristics and sources of carbonaceous aerosols from Shanghai, China
J.-J. Cao;J.-J. Cao;C.-S. Zhu;X.-X. Tie;X.-X. Tie;F.-H. Geng.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2013)
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