Chris Nielsen
Chris Nielsen
Executive Director, Harvard-China Project
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Quantifying the uncertainties of a bottom-up emission inventory of anthropogenic atmospheric pollutants in China
Y Zhao, CP Nielsen, Y Lei, MB McElroy, J Hao
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 11 (5), 2295-2308, 2011
An inventory of primary air pollutants and CO2 emissions from cement production in China, 1990–2020
Y Lei, Q Zhang, C Nielsen, K He
Atmospheric Environment 45 (1), 147-154, 2011
Trade-driven relocation of air pollution and health impacts in China
H Wang, Y Zhang, H Zhao, X Lu, Y Zhang, W Zhu, CP Nielsen, X Li, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 738, 2017
Emission trends and mitigation options for air pollutants in East Asia
SX Wang, B Zhao, SY Cai, Z Klimont, CP Nielsen, T Morikawa, JH Woo, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 14 (13), 6571-6603, 2014
Establishment of a database of emission factors for atmospheric pollutants from Chinese coal-fired power plants
Y Zhao, S Wang, CP Nielsen, X Li, J Hao
Atmospheric Environment 44 (12), 1515-1523, 2010
China’s CO2 peak before 2030 implied from characteristics and growth of cities
H Wang, X Lu, Y Deng, Y Sun, CP Nielsen, Y Liu, G Zhu, M Bu, J Bi, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (8), 748-754, 2019
Soil Acidification in China: Is Controlling SO2 Emissions Enough?
Y Zhao, L Duan, J Xing, T Larssen, CP Nielsen, J Hao
Environmental Science & Technology 43 (21), 8021-8026, 2009
Prospective contributions of biomass pyrolysis to China’s 2050 carbon reduction and renewable energy goals
Q Yang, H Zhou, P Bartocci, F Fantozzi, O Mašek, FA Agblevor, Z Wei, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 1-12, 2021
Potential for wind-generated electricity in China
MB McElroy, X Lu, CP Nielsen, Y Wang
science 325 (5946), 1378-1380, 2009
Reducing curtailment of wind electricity in China by employing electric boilers for heat and pumped hydro for energy storage
N Zhang, X Lu, MB McElroy, CP Nielsen, X Chen, Y Deng, C Kang
Applied energy 184, 987-994, 2016
Ozone air quality during the 2008 Beijing Olympics: effectiveness of emission restrictions
Y Wang, J Hao, MB McElroy, JW Munger, H Ma, D Chen, CP Nielsen
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 9 (14), 5237-5251, 2009
Challenges faced by China compared with the US in developing wind power
X Lu, MB McElroy, W Peng, S Liu, CP Nielsen, H Wang
Nature Energy 1 (6), 1-6, 2016
The effects of recent control policies on trends in emissions of anthropogenic atmospheric pollutants and CO2 in China
Y Zhao, J Zhang, CP Nielsen
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 13 (2), 487-508, 2013
Power system capacity expansion under higher penetration of renewables considering flexibility constraints and low carbon policies
X Chen, J Lv, MB McElroy, X Han, CP Nielsen, J Wen
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 33 (6), 6240-6253, 2018
Cost increase in the electricity supply to achieve carbon neutrality in China
Z Zhuo, E Du, N Zhang, CP Nielsen, X Lu, J Xiao, J Wu, C Kang
Nature communications 13 (1), 3172, 2022
Air quality and health co-benefits of China’s carbon dioxide emissions peaking before 2030
R Tang, J Zhao, Y Liu, X Huang, Y Zhang, D Zhou, A Ding, CP Nielsen, ...
Nature communications 13 (1), 1008, 2022
Long-term trend and spatial pattern of PM2. 5 induced premature mortality in China
R Xie, CE Sabel, X Lu, W Zhu, H Kan, CP Nielsen, H Wang
Environment International 97, 180-186, 2016
CO2 and its correlation with CO at a rural site near Beijing: implications for combustion efficiency in China
Y Wang, JW Munger, S Xu, MB McElroy, J Hao, CP Nielsen, H Ma
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10 (18), 8881-8897, 2010
The impact of power generation emissions on ambient PM2. 5 pollution and human health in China and India
M Gao, G Beig, S Song, H Zhang, J Hu, Q Ying, F Liang, Y Liu, H Wang, ...
Environment international 121, 250-259, 2018
Impacts of fleet types and charging modes for electric vehicles on emissions under different penetrations of wind power
X Chen, H Zhang, Z Xu, CP Nielsen, MB McElroy, J Lv
Nature Energy 3 (5), 413-421, 2018
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