- "Potential effects of climate and emissions changes on surface ozone in the Chicago area"
Lin JT, Wuebbles DJ, Huang HC, et al., Journal of Great Lakes Research 36 (2): 59-64 Nov 2010. Study uses a regional climate-air quality modeling system to evaluate the combined and individual effects of climate warming (and resulting biogenic emissions increases) and anthropogenic emissions perturbations from 1996-2000 to 2048-2052 and 2095-2099 in this region.
- "Quantifying pollution inflow and outflow over East Asia in spring with regional and global models"
Lin M, Holloway T, Carmichael GR, Fiore AM, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 10(9): 4221-4239 2010. Results highlight the important roles of rapid convective transport, orographic forcing, urban photochemistry and heterogeneous boundary layer processes in controlling intercontinental transport; these processes may not be well resolved in the large-scale models.
- "Seasonality of speciated aerosol transport over the Great Lakes region"
Spak SN, Holloway T, Journal of Geophysical Research- Atmospheres 114: D08302 Apr 2009. The Community Multiscale Air Quality model (CMAQ) is used to simulate aerosol mass and composition in the Great Lakes region of North America in an annual study for 2002. Keywords: Secondary Organic Arosol; Fine Particulate Matter; Community Multiscale Air; Southern Oxidants.
- "Long-range transport of acidifying substances in east Asia - Part II - Source-receptor relationships"
Lin M, Oki T, Bengtsson M, et al., Atmospheric Environment 42 (24): 5956-5967 Aug 2008. Region-to-grid source-receptor (S/R) relationships are established for sulfur and reactive nitrogen deposition in East Asia, using the Eulerian-type Community Multiscale Air Quality (CMAQ) model with emission and meteorology data for 2001. We proposed a source region attribution methodology by analyzing the non-linear responses of the CMAQ model to emission changes.