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Introduction to Special Issue - In-depth study of air pollution sources and processes within Beijing and its surrounding region (APHH-2 Beijing). / Shi, Zongbo; Vu, Tuan; Kotthaus, Simone ; Grimmond, Sue ; Harrison, Roy; Yue, Siyao ; Zhu, Tong; Lee, James; Han, Yiqun; Demuzere, Matthias ; Dunmore, Rachel E.; Ren, Lujie ; Liu, Di ; Wang, Yuanlin ; Wild, Oliver; Allan, James; Barlow, Janet ; Beddows, David ; Bloss, William J. ; Carruthers, David; Carslaw, David C. ; Chatzidiakou, Lia ; Crilley, Leigh ; Coe, Hugh; Dai, Tie ; Doherty, Ruth; Duan, Fengkui ; Fu, Pingqing ; Ge, Baozhu ; Ge, Maofa ; Guan, Dabo; Hamilton, Jacqueline F.; He, Kebin; Heal, Mathew ; Heard, Dwayne E.; Hewitt, Charles Nicholas; Hu, Min; Ji, Dongsheng; Jiang, Xujiang ; Jones, Rod L.; Kalberer, Markus; Kelly, Frank J. ; Kramer, Louisa ; Langford, Ben ; Lin, Chun ; Lewis, Alastair C.; Li, Jie; Li, Weijun; Liu, Huan ; Loh, Miranda ; Lu, Keding ; Mann, Graham; McFiggans, Gordon; Miller, Mark R.; Mills, Graham; Monk, Paul; Nemitz (CEH), Eiko; O'Connor, Fionna ; Ouyang, Bin; Palmer, Paul I.; Percival, Carl; Popoola, Olalekan ; Reeves, Claire.

In: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Vol. 19, 05.06.2019, p. 7519-7546.

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Shi, Z, Vu, T, Kotthaus, S, Grimmond, S, Harrison, R, Yue, S, Zhu, T, Lee, J, Han, Y, Demuzere, M, Dunmore, RE, Ren, L, Liu, D, Wang, Y, Wild, O, Allan, J, Barlow, J, Beddows, D, Bloss, WJ, Carruthers, D, Carslaw, DC, Chatzidiakou, L, Crilley, L, Coe, H, Dai, T, Doherty, R, Duan, F, Fu, P, Ge, B, Ge, M, Guan, D, Hamilton, JF, He, K, Heal, M, Heard, DE, Hewitt, CN, Hu, M, Ji, D, Jiang, X, Jones, RL, Kalberer, M, Kelly, FJ, Kramer, L, Langford, B, Lin, C, Lewis, AC, Li, J, Li, W, Liu, H, Loh, M, Lu, K, Mann, G, McFiggans, G, Miller, MR, Mills, G, Monk, P, Nemitz (CEH), E, O'Connor, F, Ouyang, B, Palmer, PI, Percival, C, Popoola, O & Reeves, C 2019, 'Introduction to Special Issue - In-depth study of air pollution sources and processes within Beijing and its surrounding region (APHH-2 Beijing)' Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, vol. 19, pp. 7519-7546. https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-2018-922

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Shi, Zongbo ; Vu, Tuan ; Kotthaus, Simone ; Grimmond, Sue ; Harrison, Roy ; Yue, Siyao ; Zhu, Tong ; Lee, James ; Han, Yiqun ; Demuzere, Matthias ; Dunmore, Rachel E. ; Ren, Lujie ; Liu, Di ; Wang, Yuanlin ; Wild, Oliver ; Allan, James ; Barlow, Janet ; Beddows, David ; Bloss, William J. ; Carruthers, David ; Carslaw, David C. ; Chatzidiakou, Lia ; Crilley, Leigh ; Coe, Hugh ; Dai, Tie ; Doherty, Ruth ; Duan, Fengkui ; Fu, Pingqing ; Ge, Baozhu ; Ge, Maofa ; Guan, Dabo ; Hamilton, Jacqueline F. ; He, Kebin ; Heal, Mathew ; Heard, Dwayne E. ; Hewitt, Charles Nicholas ; Hu, Min ; Ji, Dongsheng ; Jiang, Xujiang ; Jones, Rod L. ; Kalberer, Markus ; Kelly, Frank J. ; Kramer, Louisa ; Langford, Ben ; Lin, Chun ; Lewis, Alastair C. ; Li, Jie ; Li, Weijun ; Liu, Huan ; Loh, Miranda ; Lu, Keding ; Mann, Graham ; McFiggans, Gordon ; Miller, Mark R. ; Mills, Graham ; Monk, Paul ; Nemitz (CEH), Eiko ; O'Connor, Fionna ; Ouyang, Bin ; Palmer, Paul I. ; Percival, Carl ; Popoola, Olalekan ; Reeves, Claire. / Introduction to Special Issue - In-depth study of air pollution sources and processes within Beijing and its surrounding region (APHH-2 Beijing). In: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 2019 ; Vol. 19. pp. 7519-7546.

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title = "Introduction to Special Issue - In-depth study of air pollution sources and processes within Beijing and its surrounding region (APHH-2 Beijing)",
abstract = "Abstract. The Atmospheric Pollution and Human Health in a Chinese Megacity (APHH-Beijing) programme is an international collaborative project focusing on understanding the sources, processes and health effects of air pollution in the Beijing megacity. APHH-Beijing brings together leading China and UK research groups, state-of-the-art infrastructure and air quality models to work on four research themes: (1) sources and emissions of air pollutants; (2) atmospheric processes affecting urban air pollution; (3) air pollution exposure and health impacts; and (4) interventions and solutions. Themes 1 and 2 are closely integrated and support Theme 3, while Themes 1-3 provide scientific data for Theme 4 to develop cost-effective air pollution mitigation solutions. This paper provides an introduction to (i) the rationale of the APHH-Beijing programme, and (ii) the measurement and modelling activities performed as part of it. In addition, this paper introduces the meteorology and air quality conditions during two joint intensive field campaigns - a core integration activity in APHH-Beijing. The coordinated campaigns provided observations of the atmospheric chemistry and physics at two sites: (i) the Institute of Atmospheric Physics in central Beijing, and (ii) Pinggu in rural Beijing during 10 November – 10 December 2016 (winter) and 21 May- 22 June 2017 (summer). The campaigns were complemented by numerical modelling and automatic air quality and low-cost sensor observations in the Beijing megacity. In summary, the paper provides background information on the APHH-Beijing programme, and sets the scene for more focussed papers addressing specific aspects, processes and effects of air pollution in Beijing.",
author = "Zongbo Shi and Tuan Vu and Simone Kotthaus and Sue Grimmond and Roy Harrison and Siyao Yue and Tong Zhu and James Lee and Yiqun Han and Matthias Demuzere and Dunmore, {Rachel E.} and Lujie Ren and Di Liu and Yuanlin Wang and Oliver Wild and James Allan and Janet Barlow and David Beddows and Bloss, {William J.} and David Carruthers and Carslaw, {David C.} and Lia Chatzidiakou and Leigh Crilley and Hugh Coe and Tie Dai and Ruth Doherty and Fengkui Duan and Pingqing Fu and Baozhu Ge and Maofa Ge and Dabo Guan and Hamilton, {Jacqueline F.} and Kebin He and Mathew Heal and Heard, {Dwayne E.} and Hewitt, {Charles Nicholas} and Min Hu and Dongsheng Ji and Xujiang Jiang and Jones, {Rod L.} and Markus Kalberer and Kelly, {Frank J.} and Louisa Kramer and Ben Langford and Chun Lin and Lewis, {Alastair C.} and Jie Li and Weijun Li and Huan Liu and Miranda Loh and Keding Lu and Graham Mann and Gordon McFiggans and Miller, {Mark R.} and Graham Mills and Paul Monk and {Nemitz (CEH)}, Eiko and Fionna O'Connor and Bin Ouyang and Palmer, {Paul I.} and Carl Percival and Olalekan Popoola and Claire Reeves",
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T1 - Introduction to Special Issue - In-depth study of air pollution sources and processes within Beijing and its surrounding region (APHH-2 Beijing)

AU - Shi, Zongbo

AU - Vu, Tuan

AU - Kotthaus, Simone

AU - Grimmond, Sue

AU - Harrison, Roy

AU - Yue, Siyao

AU - Zhu, Tong

AU - Lee, James

AU - Han, Yiqun

AU - Demuzere, Matthias

AU - Dunmore, Rachel E.

AU - Ren, Lujie

AU - Liu, Di

AU - Wang, Yuanlin

AU - Wild, Oliver

AU - Allan, James

AU - Barlow, Janet

AU - Beddows, David

AU - Bloss, William J.

AU - Carruthers, David

AU - Carslaw, David C.

AU - Chatzidiakou, Lia

AU - Crilley, Leigh

AU - Coe, Hugh

AU - Dai, Tie

AU - Doherty, Ruth

AU - Duan, Fengkui

AU - Fu, Pingqing

AU - Ge, Baozhu

AU - Ge, Maofa

AU - Guan, Dabo

AU - Hamilton, Jacqueline F.

AU - He, Kebin

AU - Heal, Mathew

AU - Heard, Dwayne E.

AU - Hewitt, Charles Nicholas

AU - Hu, Min

AU - Ji, Dongsheng

AU - Jiang, Xujiang

AU - Jones, Rod L.

AU - Kalberer, Markus

AU - Kelly, Frank J.

AU - Kramer, Louisa

AU - Langford, Ben

AU - Lin, Chun

AU - Lewis, Alastair C.

AU - Li, Jie

AU - Li, Weijun

AU - Liu, Huan

AU - Loh, Miranda

AU - Lu, Keding

AU - Mann, Graham

AU - McFiggans, Gordon

AU - Miller, Mark R.

AU - Mills, Graham

AU - Monk, Paul

AU - Nemitz (CEH), Eiko

AU - O'Connor, Fionna

AU - Ouyang, Bin

AU - Palmer, Paul I.

AU - Percival, Carl

AU - Popoola, Olalekan

AU - Reeves, Claire

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N2 - Abstract. The Atmospheric Pollution and Human Health in a Chinese Megacity (APHH-Beijing) programme is an international collaborative project focusing on understanding the sources, processes and health effects of air pollution in the Beijing megacity. APHH-Beijing brings together leading China and UK research groups, state-of-the-art infrastructure and air quality models to work on four research themes: (1) sources and emissions of air pollutants; (2) atmospheric processes affecting urban air pollution; (3) air pollution exposure and health impacts; and (4) interventions and solutions. Themes 1 and 2 are closely integrated and support Theme 3, while Themes 1-3 provide scientific data for Theme 4 to develop cost-effective air pollution mitigation solutions. This paper provides an introduction to (i) the rationale of the APHH-Beijing programme, and (ii) the measurement and modelling activities performed as part of it. In addition, this paper introduces the meteorology and air quality conditions during two joint intensive field campaigns - a core integration activity in APHH-Beijing. The coordinated campaigns provided observations of the atmospheric chemistry and physics at two sites: (i) the Institute of Atmospheric Physics in central Beijing, and (ii) Pinggu in rural Beijing during 10 November – 10 December 2016 (winter) and 21 May- 22 June 2017 (summer). The campaigns were complemented by numerical modelling and automatic air quality and low-cost sensor observations in the Beijing megacity. In summary, the paper provides background information on the APHH-Beijing programme, and sets the scene for more focussed papers addressing specific aspects, processes and effects of air pollution in Beijing.

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