His primary scientific interests are in Environmental engineering, NOx, Particulates, Emission inventory and Air quality index. His Environmental engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Flue-gas desulfurization, Pollution and Coal. His research on Particulates frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Combustion.
His Combustion research incorporates themes from Meteorology and Total organic carbon. Emission inventory is often connected to Energy consumption in his work. His research in Air quality index intersects with topics in Air pollution, Nitrogen dioxide, Pollutant and Aerosol.
Yu Zhao spends much of his time researching Emission inventory, Air quality index, Air pollution, Environmental engineering and Particulates. To a larger extent, Yu Zhao studies Meteorology with the aim of understanding Emission inventory. While the research belongs to areas of Air quality index, Yu Zhao spends his time largely on the problem of Aerosol, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Environmental chemistry, Pollution and Ozone.
In his study, Spatial ecology is strongly linked to NOx, which falls under the umbrella field of Air pollution. His research integrates issues of Soil acidification, Flue-gas desulfurization, Sulfur dioxide, Coal and Efficient energy use in his study of Environmental engineering. The Particulates study combines topics in areas such as Combustion, Emission intensity, Seasonality and Environmental protection.
Yu Zhao mostly deals with Air pollution, Emission inventory, Delta, Air quality index and Aerosol. Yu Zhao combines subjects such as Total organic carbon and Particulates with his study of Air pollution. His research investigates the connection between Particulates and topics such as Emission intensity that intersect with issues in Energy consumption.
He has researched Emission inventory in several fields, including Troposphere and Environmental protection. His studies in Air quality index integrate themes in fields like Pollution and Chrysene. His NOx research includes elements of Environmental engineering, Growing season, Sulfur dioxide, Coal and Retrofitting.
His primary areas of study are Air pollution, Particulates, NOx, Delta and Aerosol. His Air pollution research includes themes of Nitrogen oxides, Sulfur dioxide, Environmental engineering and Coal. His study looks at the relationship between Particulates and fields such as Emission intensity, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His work deals with themes such as Ozone Monitoring Instrument, Troposphere, Satellite observation and Spatial ecology, which intersect with NOx. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental chemistry, Carbon and Gasoline. His Environmental chemistry research includes themes of Opah, Chrysene and Chemical composition.
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Primary air pollutant emissions of coal-fired power plants in China: Current status and future prediction
Yu Zhao;Shuxiao Wang;Lei Duan;Yu Lei.
Atmospheric Environment (2008)
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)
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)
Air pollution and lung cancer risks in China--a meta-analysis
Yu Zhao;Shuxiao Wang;Kristin Aunan;Hans Martin Seip.
Science of The Total Environment (2006)
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)
Modeling biogenic and anthropogenic secondary organic aerosol in China
Jianlin Hu;Peng Wang;Qi Ying;Qi Ying;Hongliang Zhang.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2016)
Seasonal variation of urban carbonaceous aerosols in a typical city Nanjing in Yangtze River Delta, China
Bing Li;Jie Zhang;Yu Zhao;Siyu Yuan.
Atmospheric Environment (2015)
Benefits of China's efforts in gaseous pollutant control indicated by the bottom-up emissions and satellite observations 2000–2014
Yinmin Xia;Yu Zhao;Yu Zhao;Chris P. Nielsen.
Atmospheric Environment (2016)
Comparison of emissions inventories of anthropogenic air pollutants and greenhouse gases in China
Eri Saikawa;Hankyul Kim;Min Zhong;Alexander Avramov.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2017)
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