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Β Mr. Haoxian Lin | Atmospheric Physics | Best Scholar Award

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ«Profile Summary

Lin Haoxian is a dedicated PhD student specializing in Atmospheric Physics at Nanjing University. With a Master’s in Development Economics and Bachelor’s in Economic and Financial Sciences from the same institution, he has a strong academic background. His research focuses on analyzing the impacts of northward typhoons on autumn haze pollution over North China Plain. Lin has published in reputable journals and showcased expertise in statistical analysis, programming, and regional climate modeling. With a keen interest in aerosol-weather interactions, he aims to contribute significantly to the field in the future.

 

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About My Education, Experience, and Academic Achievements πŸŽ“

I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Atmospheric Science from Nanjing University and am currently pursuing my doctorate in Atmospheric Physics and Atmospheric Environment at the same esteemed institution. During my undergraduate years, I actively engaged in the National Innovation and Entrepreneurship training program, where my research on indoor and outdoor air quality was published in Aerosol and Air Quality Research in 2020. Now, during my doctoral studies, my research on the impacts of northward typhoons on autumn haze pollution over the North China Plain has been recently published in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. Proficient in analyzing diverse datasets and utilizing regional climate models, I aim to delve deeper into the interaction between typhoons and aerosols, contributing to the field of atmospheric science.

About My Contribution to Research & Development, Innovations, and Extension Activities 🌐

My research has shed light on the significant role of northward typhoons in autumn haze pollution over the North China Plain. By analyzing ground-based and satellite observations, reanalysis data, and model simulations, we identified the mechanisms behind rapid PM2.5 increases during these events. Our findings underscore the importance of synoptical weather patterns in haze pollution and provide insights for mitigating haze exposure in affected regions. I aim to further explore the interaction between typhoons and aerosols, contributing to our understanding of atmospheric processes and aiding in the development of strategies for improving air quality.

πŸ“šTop Noted Publication

Title: Impacts of Northward Typhoons on Autumn Haze Pollution Over North China Plain
Authors: Lin, H., Ding, K., Huang, X., Ma, Y., Ding, A.
Journal: Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
Year: 2024
Volume: 129
Issue: 6

 

Title: Joint effects of environmental filtering and dispersal limitation on the species assemblage of the Tibetan Plateau
Authors: He, J., Lin, H., Wang, R., Yu, J., Jiang, H.
Journal: Journal of Biogeography
Year: 2022
Volume: 49
Issue: 4
Pages: 640–653

 

Title: A comparison study of indoor and outdoor air quality in Nanjing, China
Authors: Xu, R., Qi, X., Dai, G., Wang, L., Ding, A.
Journal: Aerosol and Air Quality Research
Year: 2020
Volume: 20
Issue: 10
Pages: 2128–2141

 

Haoxian Lin | Atmospheric Physics | Best Scholar Award