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Biography

Prof. Tijian Wang

Department of Atmospheric Physics

Nanjing University, China

Professor


Qualifications

1997  Ph.D., Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, China

1991  M.A., Nanjing University, China

1987  B.A., Nanjing University, China


Publications (Selected)

  1. Tijian Wang, Shu Li, Fanhui Shen, Junjun Deng, and Min Xie, Investigations on direct and indirect effect of nitrate on temperature and precipitation in China using a regional climate chemistry modeling system, J. Geophys. Res., 115, D00K19. Doi: 10.1029/2009JD013165, 2010
  2. Wang Tijian,Jiang Fei,Li Shu,Liu Qian, Air pollution trend during 1996-2003 and cross-border transport in city clusters over Yangtze River Delta region of China, TAO, 2007, 18(5), 995-1009.
  3. T.J. WANG, K.S. LAM, M. XIE, X.M. WANG, G. CARMICHAEL, Y.S. Li,Integrated studies of a photochemical smog episode in Hong Kong and regional transport in the Pearl River Delta of China, Tellus, 2006, 58B, 31-40.
  4. T.J. Wang, H.M. Yang, L.J. Gao, Y. Zhang, Z.Y. Hu, C.K. Xu, Atmospheric sulfur deposition on farmland in East China, Pedosphere,2005, 15(1), 120-128.
  5. T.J. Wang, Z.Y.  Hu, M.  Xie, Y.Zhang, C.K.  Xu,Z.H.  Chao, Atmospheric sulfur deposition onto different ecosystems over China, Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 2004, 26(2), 169-177.
  6. T.J. Wang, K.S. Lam, C.W. Tsang, S.C. Kot.On the variability and correlation of surface ozone and carbon monoxide observed in Hong Kong using trajectory and regression analyses, Advance of Atmosphere Science, 2004, 21(1), 141-152.
  7. T.J. Wang, Y. Zhang, M. Zhang, Z.Y.  Hu,  C.K.  Xu, Y.W. Zhao. Atmospheric sulfur deposition and the sulfur nutrition of crops at an agricultural site in Jiangxi province of China, Tellus, 2003, 55B, 893-900.
  8. T.J. Wang, J.Z Min, Y.F. Xu and K.S. Lam.Seasonal variations of anthropogenic sulphate aerosol and direct radiative forcing over China. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics2003, 84(3-4), 185-193.
  9. Wang Tijian, Jin Longshan, Li Zongkai and K.S. Lam, A modeling study of acid rain and recommended emission control strategies in China. Atmospheric Environment, 34(26), 4467-4477, 2000.
  10. Wang Tijian, Sun Zhaobo and Li Zongkai, A condensed gas-phase model and its application, Advance in Atmospheric Science, 16(4), 607-618, 1999.