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He Kebin
School of Environment, Tsinghua University
Black Carbon Steering Committee Health




1. He, K., Y. Lei, X.  Pan, Y. Zhang, Q. Zhang, and D. Chen (2010), Co-benefits from energy policies  in China, Energy, in press
Wang, L.T., C. Jang, Y. Zhang, K. Wang,  Q. Zhang, D. Streets, J. Fu, Y. Lei, J. Schreifels, K. He, J. Hao, Y.-F. Lam,  J. Lin, N. Meskhidze, S. Voorhees, D. Evarts, and S. Phillips (2010),  Assessment of air quality benefits from national air pollution control  policies in China. Atmos. Environ., in press.
2. Li, C., Q. Zhang, N. A. Krotkov, D. G.  Streets, K. He, S.-C. Tsay, and J. F. Gleason (2010), Recent large reduction  in sulfur dioxide emissions from Chinese power plants observed by the Ozone  Monitoring Instrument, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L08807, doi:10.1029/2010GL042594.
3. Yang, F., J. Brook, K. He, F. Duan, and  Y. Ma (2010), Temporal variability in fine carbonaceous aerosol over two  years in two megacities: Beijing and Toronto, Adv. Atmos. Sci., 27, 705-714.
4. Wang, S., M. Zhao, J. Xing, Y. Wu, Y.  Zhou, Y. Lei, K. He, L. Fu, and J. Hao (2010), Quantifying the Air Pollutants  Emission Reduction during the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, Environ. Sci.  Technol., 44, 2490-2496.
5. Zhao, Q., K. He, K. A. Rahn, Y. Ma, Y.  Jia, F. Yang, F. Duan, Y. Lei, G. Chen, Y. Cheng, H. Liu, and S. Wang (2010),  Dust storms come to Central and Southwestern China too: implications from a  major dust event in Chongqing. Atmos. Chem. Phys, 10, 2615-2630.
6. Zhao, Q. K. He, K. A. Rahn, Y. Ma, F.  Yang, and F. Duan (2010), Using Si depletion in aerosol to identify the  sources of crustal dust in two Chinese megacities. Atmos. Environ., 44,  2615-2624.


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