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Contributions of trans-boundary transport to summertime air quality in Beijing, China.
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Title

Contributions of trans-boundary transport to summertime air quality in Beijing, China.

Authors

Wu, JR; Li, GH; Cao, JJ; Bei, NF; Wang, YC; Feng, T; Huang, RJ; Liu, SX; Zhang, Q; Tie, XX

Abstract

In the present study, the WRF-CHEM model is used to evaluate the contributions of trans-boundary transport to the air quality in Beijing during a persistent air pollution episode from 5 to 14 July 2015 in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei (BTH), China. Generally, the predicted temporal variations and spatial distributions of PM2.5 (fine particulate matter), O3 (ozone), and NO2 are in good agreement with observations in BTH. The WRF-CHEM model also reproduces reasonably well the temporal variations of aerosol species compared to measurements in Beijing. The factor separation approach is employed to evaluate the contributions of transboundary transport of non-Beijing emissions to the PM2.5 and O3 levels in Beijing. On average, in the afternoon during the simulation episode, the local emissions contribute 22.4% to the O3 level in Beijing, less than 36.6% from non-Beijing emissions. The O3 concentrations in Beijing are decreased by 5.1% in the afternoon due to interactions between local and non-Beijing emissions. The non-Beijing emissions play a dominant role in the PM2.5 level in Beijing, with a contribution of 61.5 %, much higher than 13.7 %, from Beijing local emissions. The emission interactions between local and non-Beijing emissions enhance the PM2.5 concentrations in Beijing, with a contribution of 5.9 %. Therefore, the air quality in Beijing is generally determined by the trans-boundary transport of non-Beijing emissions during summertime, showing that the cooperation with neighboring provinces to mitigate pollutant emissions is key for Beijing to improve air quality.

Corresponding author

Li GuohuiCao Junji

Volume

17

Issue

3

Page

2035-2051

Pub year

2017

Publication name

ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS

Details

http://www.atmos-chem-phys.net/17/2035/2017/

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