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Prof. Xuexi Tie

Atmospheric Chemistry Division

National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA   

 

Email: xxtie@ucar.edu

 

Qualifications

 

1984 Ph.D., in Atmospheric Science, Georgia Institute of Technology

1980 M.S., in Atmospheric Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences

1973 B.S., in Atmospheric Science, Beijing University     

 

Publications (selected)

1.     Tie, X., G. Brasseur, and Z. Ying: Impact of model resolution on chemical ozone formation in Mexico City; application of the WRF-Chem model, Atmos. Chem Phys. D, 10, 9801-9838, 2010.

2.     Deng, XJ., XJ Zhou, D. Wu, X Tie, HB Tan, F Li, XY Bi, T Deng, DH Jiang, Effect of atmospheric aerosol on surface ozone variation over the Pearl River Delta region, Science in China, in-press, 2010.

3.     Zhang, Q, Tie, X., M. Huang, and X. Ma, Direct evidence of reduction of cloud water after spreading diatomite particles in stratus clouds in Beijing, In-press, Adv. Meteorology, 2010.

4.     Geng, FH, CG Cai, X. Tie, Q. Yu, JL An, L. Peng, GQ Zhou, JM Xu, Analysis of VOC emissions using PCA/APCS receptor model at city of Shanghai, China, J. Atmos. Chem, 62, 229–247, DOI :10.1007/s10874-010-9150-5, 2010.

5.     Apel, E.C., T. Karl, F. Flocke, A.J. Hills, L. Emmons, S. Madronich, A. Fried, X. Tie, L. Mauldin, T. Campos, B. Sive, L. Kleinman, S. Springston, J. Ortega, D. Blake, A. Baker, C. Warneke, D. Welsh-Bon, J. de Gouw, Z. Zheng , R. Zhang, J. Rudolph, W. Junkermann, and D.D. Riemer, Characterization of volatile organic compounds in the Mexico City Metropolitan area and in the outflow from the city, Atmos. Chem Phys. 10, 2353-2375, 2010.

6.     Emmons, LK, S. Walters, P. G. Hess, J.-F. Lamarque, G. G. Pfister, D. Fillmore, C. Granier, A. Guenther, D. Kinnison, T. Laepple, J. Orlando, X. Tie, G. Tyndall, C. Wiedinmyer, S. L. Baughcum, and S. Kloster, Description and evaluation of the Model for Ozone and Related chemical Tracers, version 4 (MOZART-4), Geosci. Model Dev., 3, 43-67, 2010.

7.     Tie, X. and J Cao, Aerosol Pollutions in Eastern China; Present and Future impacts on Environment, Particuology, 7, 426-431, 2009.

8.     Liu, PF, CS Zhao, Q Zhang, ZZ Deng, MY Huang, XC MA, and X Tie, Aircraft study of aerosol vertical distributions over Beijing and their optical properties, Tellus B, 61, 756-767, 2009.

9.     Tie, X., FH. Geng. L. Peng, W. Gao, and CS. Zhao, Measurement and modeling of O3 variability in Shanghai, China; Application of the WRF-Chem model, Atmos. Environ., 43, 4289-4302, 2009.

10.   Ran L., CS Zhao, FH Geng, X Tie, X Tang, L Peng, GQ Zhou, Q Yu, JM Xu, and A Guenther, Ozone photochemical production in urban Shanghai, China: Analysis based on ground level observations, J. Geophys. Res., 114, D15301, doi:10.1029/2008JD010752, 2009.

11.   Tie, X., S. Madronich, GH. Li, ZM. Ying, A. Weinheimer, E. Apel, and T. Campos, Simulation of Mexico City Plumes during the MIRAGE-Mex Field Campaign Using the WRF-Chem Model, Atmos. Chem. Phys. 9, 4621-4638, 2009.

12.   Wu, D., J. Mao, XJ Deng, X Tie, Y. Zhang, L Zeng, F Li, HB Tan, XY Bi, XY Huang, J Chen, and T Deng, Black carbon aerosols and their radiative properties in the Pearl River Delta region, Science in China, DOI: 10.1007/s11430-009-0115-y, 52, 1152-1163, 2009.

13.   Tie, X., D. Wu, and G. Brasseur, Lung Cancer Mortality and Exposure to Atmospheric Aerosol Particles in Guangzhou, China, Atmos. Environ, 43, 2375–2377, 2009.

14.   Liu Y., C. X. Liu, H. P. Wang, X. Tie, S. T. Gao, D. Kinnison, and G. Brasseur, Atmospheric tracers during the 2003–2004 stratospheric warming event and impact of ozone intrusions in the troposphere, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 9, 2157-2170, 2009.

15.   Ying, Z.M., X. Tie, and G.H. Li, Sensitivity of ozone concentrations to diurnal variations of surface emissions in Mexico City: A WRF/Chem modeling study, Atmos. Environ, 43, 851-859, 2009.

16.   Geng F.H., Z. Qiang, X. Tie, M. Huang, X. Ma, Z. Deng, J. Quan, and C. Zhao, Aircraft measurements of O3, NOx, CO, VOCs, and SO2 in the Yangtze River Delta region, Atmos. Environ, 43, 584-593, 2009.

17.   Han, SQ, H. Bian, X. Tie, Y. Xie, M. Sun, and A. Liu, Impact Measurements of nocturnal planetary boundary layer on urban air pollutants: from a 250-m tower over Tianjin, China, J. Hazard Mater., 162 , 264–269, doi:10.1016, 2009.

18.   Shon Z.H., S. Madronich, S.-K. Song, F. M. Flocke, D. J. Knapp, R. S. Anderson, R. E. Shetter, C. A. Cantrell, S. R. Hall, and X. Tie, Characteristics of the NO-NO2-O3 system in different chemical regimes during the MIRAGE-Mex field campaign Atmos. Chem. Phys., 8, 7153-7164, 2008.

19.   Tang WY, CS Zhao, FH Geng, X Tie, Study of ozone "weekend effect" in Shanghai, Science in China, 51, 1354-1360, 2008.

20.   Deng XJ, X. Tie, XJ Zhou, D. Wu, L. Zhong, H. Tan, L. Fei, XY Bi, and D. Tao, Effects of Southeast Asia Biomass Burning on Aerosols and Ozone concentrations over the Pearl River Delta (PRD) Region, China, Atmos. Environ, 42, 8493-8501 2008.

 

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