PRESENTATIONS

2018

  • “Transport of Central American Fire Emissions to the U.S. Gulf Coast: Pathways and Impacts on O3 and PM2.5”, presentation by Yuxuan Wang at Texas Air Quality Symposium, Austin, TX, April 2018

  • "Changing aerosol chemical and microphysical properties due to drought: analysis of the SGP aerosol data", poster presented by Yuxuan Wang at the  2018 ARM/ASR Joint User Facility and Principal Investigator Meeting, Leesburg, VA, March 2018

2017

  • “Impacts of Central American Fires on Ozone Air Quality along the US Gulf coast”, poster presentation by Sally Wang at the AGU Fall Meeting, New Orleans, LA, Dec 2017

  • “Managing the mean or the tail: sensitivity of surface PM2.5 to emissions changes in China”, presentation by Yuxuan Wang at the 18th GEIA Conference, Hamburg, Germany, Sep 2017

  • “Impacts of Drought on Air Quality”, poster presented by Yuxuan Wang at the Gordon Research Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry, Newry, ME, Aug 2017

  • “High Background Ozone Events in HGB: Causes, Effects, and Case Studies of Central American Fires”, presentation by Yuxuan Wang at Texas Air Quality Research Program Workshop, Austin, TX, Aug 2017

  • “Influence of the Western Pacific Subtropical High on summertime ozone variability in East China”, presentation by Yuxuan Wang at the third workshop on Atmospheric Composition and Asian Monsoon, Guangzhou, China, Jun 2017

  • “Adverse effects of drought on air quality”, presentation by Yuxuan Wang at the 8th International GEOS-Chem Meeting, Cambridge, MA, May 2017

  • Impacts of Central American Fires on Ozone Air Quality in Texas, poster presentation by Sally Wang at the 8th International GEOS-Chem Meeting, Cambridge, MA, May 2017

 

2016

  • “Impacts of Central American Fires on Ozone Air Quality in Texas”, poster presentation by Sally Wang at the AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Dec 2016

  •  “Smart” Control of Emissions from Power Generation in China and Policy Implications, invited presentation by Yuxuan Wang at the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) Project Science Conference, Breckenridge, CO, Sep 2016

  • “Contributions of chemistry, emission, and meteorology to high wintertime PM2.5 levels in China”, invited presentation by Yuxuan Wang at the 252nd ACS National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, Aug 2016

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