Ruochong Xu

Ruochong Xu
Tsinghua University | TH · Center for Earth System Science

Bachelor of Science

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July 2019 - September 2019
University of Washington Seattle
Position
  • Visiting Student Assistant
Education
September 2016 - June 2020
Nanjing University
Field of study
  • Atmospheric Sciences

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Publications (6)
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We evaluate monoterpene-derived peroxy radical (MT-RO2) unimolecular autoxidation and self- and cross-reactions with other RO2 species in the GEOS-Chem global chemical transport model. The formation of associated highly oxygenated organic molecules (HOMs) and accretion products are tracked in competition with other bimolecular reactions. Autoxidati...
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Global industrialization and urbanization processes enabled a diverse cement production boom over the past three decades, as cement is the most important building construction material. Consequently, the cement industry is the second-largest industrial CO 2 emitter (~25% of global industrial CO 2 emissions) globally. In this study, the Global Cemen...
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The past three decades have witnessed the dramatic expansion of global biomass- and fossil fuel-fired power plants, but the tremendously diverse power infrastructure shapes different spatial and temporal CO2 emission characteristics. Here, by combining Global Power plant Emissions Database (GPED v1.1) constructed in this study and the previously de...
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We evaluate monoterpene-derived peroxy radical (MT-RO2) unimolecular autoxidation and self and cross reactions with other RO2 in the GEOS-Chem global chemical transport model. Formation of associated highly oxygenated organic molecule (HOM) and accretion products are tracked in competition with other bimolecular reactions. Autoxidation is the domin...
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Mismanaged plastics accumulate in oceans and threaten marine life. About 40 million tonnes of plastics have reached the oceans, where their fate remains unclear. To track the sources, sinks, sizes, and age of all-time released plastics, we developed a new mechanistic model and synthesized decades of measurements. We find that Asian plastics are the...
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Because humans spend much of their time in indoor microenvironments, the air quality indoors has attracted significant attention. This study simultaneously conducted real-time indoor observations and comprehensive outdoor measurements of O 3 , CO and PM 2.5 in suburban Nanjing in eastern China from September to December 2018. The O 3 , CO and PM 2....

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