Profile for Yan Zhang

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Updates to our publications records have been put on hold until a new storage and delivery system has been put in place. As a result, this information is currently out of date and does not include the most recent publications. For a more complete listing of publications, please visit the Sciences and Exporation Directorate.

Yu, H., L. A. Remer, R. A. Kahn, M. Chin, and Y. Zhang (2013). Satellite perspective of aerosol intercontinental transport: from qualitative tracking to quantitative characterization Atmos. Res, 124(Online), 73-100

Yu, H., Y. Zhang, Chin, M., Z. Liu, A. Omar, L.A. Remer, Y. Yang, T. Yuan, and J. Zhang (2012). An Integrated Analysis of Aerosol above Clouds from A-Train Multi-sensor Measurements Rem. Sens. Environ, 121, 125-131

Yu, H., L. Remer, M. Chin, H. Bian, Q. Tan, T. Yuan, and Y. Zhang (2012). Aerosols from Overseas Rival Domestic Emissions over North America SCIENCE, 337, 566-569

Zhang, Y., H. Yu, R.F. Eck, A. Smirnov, M.Chin, L. Remer, H. Bian, Q. Tan, R.C. Levy, B.N. Holben, and S. Piazzolla (2012). Aerosol Daytime Variations over North and South America Derived from Multiyear AERONET Measurements J. Geophys. Res. Atmos, 117, D05211.
doi: 10.1029/2011JD017242

Wright, J.S., R. Fu, S. Fueglistaler, Y.S. Liu, and Y. Zhang (2011). The influence of summertime convection over Southeast Asia on water vapor in the tropical stratosphere J. Geophys. Res, 116, D12302.

Zhang, J., L. Wu, G. Huang, W. Zhu, and Y. Zhang (2011). The role of May vegetation greenness on the southeastern Tibetan Plateau for East Asian summer monsoon prediction J. Geophys. Res, 116, D05201.

Zhang Y., R. Fu, H. Yu, Y. Qian, R. E. Dickinson, M. A. F. SilvaDias, P. L. daSilvaDias, and K. Fernandes (2009). Impact of biomass burning aerosol on the monsoon circulation transition over Amazonia Geophys. Res. Lett., L10814, 36.

Zhang Y., R. Fu, H. Yu, R. E. Dickinson, R. N. Juarez, M. Chin, and H. Wang (2008). A regional climate model study of how biomass burning aerosol impacts land-atmosphere interactions over the Amazon J. Geophys. Res., D14S15, 113.

Yu H., R. Fu, R. E. Dickinson, Y. Zhang, M. Chen, and H. Wang (2007). Interannual variability of smoke and warm cloud relationships in the Amazon as inferred from MODIS retrievals Remote Sens. Environ., 111, 435-449