Shu Tao

Title:Professor

Research Direction: Pollutant emission, environmental behavior, return and migration of trace pollutants

Department: Department of Environmental Science

Tel: 010-62751938

Fax:010-62751938

Email:taos@.pku.edu.cn

Self Introduction

Dr. Shu Tao is a professor in College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University, China. He is a member of Chinese Academy of Science and a member of National Steering Committee on Environmental Protection. He serves as Associate Editor of Environmental Science & Technology and editorial members of Environmental Pollutant and Journal of Environmental Science and Health. He is currently board members of International Panels on Chemical Pollution and Pacific Basin Consortium for Environmental and Health Sciences. His current research interests include global emission inventories of various air pollutants, atmospheric transport and population exposure modeling, household air quality, and bioaccessibility of toxic pollutants. He has more than 300 papers published in peer-reviewed international journals, including two in PNAS and 73 in Environmental Science & Technology with current H-index (Web of Science) of 54.

Education and experience

Ph.D.   Environmental Science,           1984     The University of Kansas, the U.S.

M.S.    Environmental Science,           1981     The University of Kansas, the U.S.

B.S.     Physical Geography,                1977     Peking University, China



Work experience

2015 - present Professor, College of Urban and Environ. Sci., Peking University

2008 - 2015     Professor, Dean, College of Urban and Environ. Sci., Peking University

2002 - 2007     Professor, Associate Dean, College of Environ. Sci., Peking University

1991 - 2001     Professor

1986 - 1990     Associate professor

2002 - 2005     Assistant professor

1977 - 1978     Research assistant,InstituteofEnviron Chem,ChineseAcademyof Sci.


Fund Project

Projects on the way

  • NSFC/NERC - Sino/UK collaboration: Integrated assessment of the emission-health-socioeconomics nexus and air pollution mitigation solutions and interventions in Beijing (INHANCE)

  • NSFC - Oversee collaboration: A study on environmental process and effect of nanoparticles

  • NSFC - Major project: Source, fate, human exposure and health risk of typical semi-volatile POPs in eastern China

  • Dupond - Contracted: Development of an accelerated diffusion sampler for undisturbed sampling of semi-volatile organic compounds

Projects accomplished in recent years

  • NIEHSPAHs in Highly Exposed Populations: Composition, Exposure, and Mutagenicity

  • NSFC - Key project: Geospatial distribution, source, and health impacts of PAHs in air and surface soil in China

  • NSFC - Key project: Meridional variations of fate of PAHs in northern China

  • NSFC - Key project: Regional processes of PAHs in Northern China Plain

  • NSFC - Key project: Regional processes of typical organic pollutants

  • NSFC - Int. collaboration: Emission, outflow and long-range transport potential of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in East Asia

  • NSFC -  innovative research groups: Environmental Geochemistry

  • NSFC - Distinguished Young Scholar: Environmental baseline and capacity

  • MEP: Development of passive sampling technology for POPs in air

The  fire_forecast data contains the 19-years FSS metric, the CIs and MPs datasets, the MATLAB codes to develop the four predictive model clusters, and other necessary data for developing predictive model clusters.

Publications

TABLE OF CONTENT

ENERGY & EMISSION

Residential energy;  Emission inventories;  Residential emission;  Transportation emissions

EXPOSURE AND HEALTH IMPACT

Household air quality;  Inhalation exposure;  Dietary exposure;  Dermal exposure;  Health impact;  

MODELING

Atmospheric transport modeling;  Trajectory based probabilistic modeling;  Climate forcing;  Multimedia fate modeling;  QSAR

BIOAVAILABILITY AND BIOACCUMULATION

Bioaccessibility, gastrointestinal;  Plant, organics;  Animals, organics;  Microbial, organics;  

Plant, metals;  Fish, metals;  Toxicity, in vitro;  Toxicity, others

BEHAVIOR AND FATE

Natural organic matter, occurrence;  Natural organic matter, interaction;  Sorption & binding;  Reaction

METHOD

Sampling, passive;  Sampling, thermal;  Analytical method;  

AIR POLLUTION

PM;  PAHs;  Others

WATER POLLUTION

Water;  Sediment;  Animals

SOIL POLLUTION

PAHs;  OCPs;  Metals;  Others

OTHERS

Ecological health, lakes;  Vegetation;  Noise;  Others


ENERGY & EMISSION  Residential energy

1.Modeling temporal variations in global residential energy consumption , Chen, H; Huang, Y; Shen, HZ; Chen, YL; Ru, MY; Chen, YC; Lin, N; Su, Shu; Zhuo, SJ; Zhong, QR; Wang, XL; Li, BG; Tao, S*, APPLIED ENERGY, 2016, 184, 820-829

2.Transition of household cookfuels in China from 2010 to 2012, Chen YL, Shen HZ, Zhong QR, Chen H, Huang TB, Liu JF, Cheng HF, Zeng EY, Smith KR, Tao S*, APPLIED ENERGY, 2016, 184, 800-809

3.Direct Energy Consumption Associated Emissions by Rural-to-Urban Migrants in Beijing, Ru, MY; Tao, S*; Kirk, S; Shen, GF; Shen, HZ; Huang, Y; Chen, H; Chen, YL; Chen, X; Liu, JF; Li, BG; Wang, XL; He, CF., ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2015, 49, 13708-13715

4.Temporal and spatial trends of residential energy consumption and air pollutant emissions in China, Zhu, D; Tao, S*; Wang, R; Shen, HZ; Huang, Y; Shen, GF; Wang, B; Li, W; Zhang, YY; Chen, H; Chen, YC; Liu, JF; Li, BG; Wang, XL; Liu, WX, APPLIED ENERGY, 2013, 106, 17-24

ENERGY & EMISSION  Emission inventories

5.Global estimates of carbon monoxide emissions from 1960 to 2013,, Zhong QR, Huang Y, Shen HZ, Chen YL, Chen H, Huang TB, Zeng EY, Tao S*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH, 2016, DOI 10.1007/s11356-016-7896-2.

6.Inventory of anthropogenic methane emissions in mainland China from 1980 to 2010, Peng, SS; Piao, SL; Bousquet, P; Ciais, P; Li, BG; Lin, X; Tao, S; Wang, ZP; Zhang, YA; Zhou, F, ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 2016, 16, 14545-14562

7.The impact of domestic and foreign trade on energy-related PM emissions in Beijing, Meng J, Liu JF, Guo S, Huang Y, Tao S, APPLIED ENERGY, 2016, 184, 853-862

8.Trend and driving forces of Beijing`s black carbon emissions from sectoral perspectives, Meng, J; Liu, JF; Guo, S; Li, JS; Li, Z; Tao, S, JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, 2016, 112, 1272-1281

9.Globalization and Pollution: Tele-connecting Local Primary PM2.5 Emissions to Global Consumption, Meng, J.; Liu, J. F.; Xu, Y.; Guan, D. B.; Huang, Y.; Tao, S, Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 2016,  , DOI: 10.1098/rspa.2016.0380

10.Global organic carbon emissions from primary sources from 1960 to 2009, Huang, Y; Shen, HZ; Chen, YL; Zhong, QR; Chen, H; Wang, R; Shen, GF; Liu, JF; Li, BG; Tao, S*, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2015, 122, 505-512

11.Tracing Primary PM2.5 emissions via Chinese supply chains, Meng, J; Liu, JF; Xu, Y; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS, 2015, 10, 42016

12.New model for capturing the variations of fertilizer-induced emission factors of N2O, Zhou, F; Shang, ZY; Zeng, ZZ; Piao, SL; Ciais, P; Raymond, PA; Wang, XH; Wang, R; Chen, MP; Yang, XL; Tao, S; Zhao, Y; Meng, Q; Gao, SS; Mao, Q, GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES, 2015, 29, 885-897

13.Significant contribution of combustion-related emissions to the atmospheric phosphorus budget, Wang, R; Balkanski, Y; Boucher, O; Ciais, P; Penuelas, J; Tao, S, NATURE GEOSCIENCE, 2015, 8, 48-54

14.Quantification of Global Primary Emissions of PM2.5, PM10, and TSP from Combustion and Industrial Process Sources, Huang, Y; Shen, HZ; Chen, H; Wang, R; Zhang, YY; Su, S; Chen, YC; Lin, N; Zhuo, SJ; Zhong, QR; Wang, XL; Liu, JF; Li, BG; Liu, WX; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2014, 48, 13834-13843

15.Global Mercury Emissions from Combustion in Light of International Fuel Trading, Chen, YL; Wang, R; Shen, HZ; Li, W; Chen, H; Huang, Y; Zhang, YY; Chen, YC; Su, S; Lin, N; Liu, J; Li, BG; Wang, XL; Liu, WX; Coveney, RM; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2014, 48, 1727-1735

16.Trend in global black carbon emissions from 1960 to 2007, Wang, R; Tao, S*; Shen, HZ; Huang, Y; Chen, H; Balkanski, Y; Boucher, O; Ciais, P; Shen, GF; Li, W; Zhang, YY; Chen, YC; Lin, N; Su, S; Li, BG; Liu, JF; Liu, WX, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2014, 48, 6780-6787

17.A new high-resolution N2O emission inventory for China in 2008, Zhou, F; Shang, ZY; Ciais, P; Tao, S; Piao, SL; Raymond, P; He, CF; Li, BG; Wang, R; Wang, XH; Peng, SS; Zeng, ZZ; Chen, H; Ying, N; Hou, XK; Xu, P, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2014, 48, 8538-8547

18.Global Atmospheric Emissions of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons from 1960 to 2008 and Future Predictions, Shen HZ; Huang Y; Wang R; Zhu D; Li W; Shen GF; Wang B; Zhang YY; Chen YC; Lu Yan; Chen H; Li TC; Sun K; Li BG; Liu WX; Liu JF; Tao S*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2013, 47, 6415-6424

19.High-resolution mapping of combustion processes and implications for CO2 emissions, Wang R; Tao S*; Ciais P; Shen HZ; Huang Y; Chen H; Shen GF; Wang B; Li W; Zhang YY; Zhu D; Chen YC; Liu XP; Wang WT; Wang XL; Liu WX; Li BG; Piao SL, ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 2013, 13, 5189–5203

20.Multiannual changes of CO2 emissions in China: indirect estimates derived from satellite measurements of tropospheric NO2 columns, Berezin, EV; Konovalov, IB; Ciais, P; Richter, A; Tao, S; Janssens-Maenhout, G; Beekmann, M; Schulze, ED, ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 2013, 13, 9415-9438

21.Black Carbon Emissions in China from 1949 to 2050, Wang, R; Tao, S*; Wang, WT; Liu, JF; Shen, HZ; Shen, GF; Wang, B; Liu, XP; Li, W; Huang, Y; Zhang, YY; Lu, Y; Chen, H; Chen, YC; Wang, C; Zhu, D; Wang, XL; Li, BG; Liu, WX; Ma, JM, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2012, 46, 7595-7603

22.Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from Combustion in China: From 1990 to 2007, Su SS, Li BG, Cui SY, Tao S, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY , 2011, 45, 8403-8410

23.Global atmospheric emission inventory of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) for 2004, Zhang YX, Tao S*, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT    , 2009, 43, 812-819

24.Seasonal variation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) emissions in China, Zhang YX, Tao S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2008, 156, 657–663

25.Emission of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) from indoor straw burning and emission inventory updating in China, Zhang YX, Dou H, Chang B, Wei ZC, Qiu WX, Liu SZ, Liu Y, Liu WX, Tao S*, ANNA NEW YORK ACAD SCI, 2008, 1140, 218-227

26.Emission of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in China by county, Zhang, YX; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2007, 41, 683-687

27.Emission of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in China, Xu, SS; Liu, WX; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2006, 40, 702-708

ENERGY & EMISSION  Residential emission

28.Field measurement and estimate of gaseous and particle pollutant emissions from cooking and space heating processes in rural households, northern China, Chen YC, Shen GF, Liu WJ, Du W, Su S, Duan YH, Lin N, Zhuo SJ, Wang XL, Xing BS, Tao S*, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2016, 125, 265-271

29.Efficiencies and pollutant emissions from forced-draft biomass-pellet semi-gasifier stoves: Comparison of International and Chinese water boiling test protocols, Chen, YC, Shen, GF, Su, S, Du, W, Huangfu, YB, Liu, GQ, Wang, XL, Xing, BS, Smith, KR, Tao, S*, ENERGY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, 2016, 32, 22-30

30.Pollutant Emissions from Improved Coal- and Wood-Fuelled Cookstoves in Rural Households, Shen, GF; Chen, YC; Xue, CY; Lin, N; Huang, Y; Shen, HZ; Wang, YL; Li, TC; Zhang, YY; Su, S; Huangfu, YB; Zhang, WH; Chen, XF; Liu, GQ; Liu, WX; Wang, XL; Wong, MH; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2015, 49, 6590−6598

31.Can Coronene and/or Benzo(a)pyrene/Coronene ratio act as unique markers for vehicle emission?, Shen, GF; Chen, YC; Wei, SY; Fu, XF; Ding, AJ; Wu, HS; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2014, 184, 650-653

32.Comparison of carbonaceous particulate matter emission factors among different solid fuels burned in residential stoves, Shen, GF; Xue, M; Chen, YC; Yang, CL; Li, W; Shen, HZ; Huang, Y; Zhang, YY; Chen, H; Zhu, Y; Wu, HS; Ding, AJ; Tao, S*, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2014, 89, 337-345

33.Field measurement on the emissions of PM, OC, EC and PAHs from indoor crop straw burning in rural China, Wei, SY, Shen, GF, Zhang, YY, Xue, M, Xie, H, Lin, PC, Chen, YC, Wang, XL, Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION  , 2014, 184, 18-24

34.Emission Characteristics for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from solid fuels burned in domestic soves in rural China, Shen, GF; Tao, S*; Chen, YC; Zhang, YY; Wei, SY; Xue, M; Wang, B; Wang, R; Lu, Y; Li, W; Shen, HZ; Huang, Y; Chen, H, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2013, 47, 14485-14494

35.Mass absorption efficiency of elemental carbon for source samples from residential biomass and coal combustions, Shen, GF; Chen, YC; Wei, SY; Fu, XF; Zhu, Y; Tao, S*, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2013, 79, 79-84

36.Emissions of parent, nitrated, and oxygenated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from indoor corn straw burning in normal and controlled combustion conditions, Shen, GF; Xue, M; Wei, SY; Chen, YC; Wang, B; Wang, R; Lv, Y; Shen, HZ; Li, W; Zhang, YY; Huang, Y; Chen, H; Wei, W; Zhao, QY; Li, B; Wu, HS; Tao, S*, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES-CHINA, 2013, 25, 2072-2080

37.Influence of fuel moisture, charge size, feeding rate and air ventilation conditions on the emissions of PM, OC, EC, parent PAHs, and their derivatives from residential wood combustion, Shen, GF; Xue, M; Wei, SY; Chen, YC; Zhao, QY; Li, B; Wu, HS; Tao, S*, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES-CHINA, 2013, 25, 1808-1816

38.Influence of fuel mass load, oxygen supply and burning rate on emission factor and size distribution of carbonaceous particulate matter from indoor corn straw burning, Shen, GF; Xue, M; Wei, SY; Chen, YC; Wang, B; Wang, R; Shen, HZ; Li, W; Zhang, YY; Huang, Y; Chen, H; Wei, W; Zhao, QY; Li, B; Wu, HS; Tao, S*, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES-CHINA, 2013, 25, 511-519

39.Emission and size distribution of particle-bound polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from residential wood combustion in rural China, Shen GF; Wei SY; Zhang YY; Wang B; Wang R; Shen HZ; Li W; Huang Y; Chen YC; Chen H; Tao S*, BIOMASS & BIOENERGY, 2013, 55, 141-147

40.Field measurement of emission factors of PM, EC, OC, parent, nitro-, and oxy- polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons for residential briquette, coal cake, and wood in rural Shanxi, China, Shen, GF; Tao, S*; Wei, SY; Chen, YC; Zhang, YY; Shen, HZ; Huang, Y; Zhu, D; Yuan, CY; Wang, HC; Wang, YF; Pei, LJ; Liao, YL; Duan, YH; Wang, B; Wang, R; Lv, Y; Li, W; Wang, XL; Zheng, XY, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2013, 47, 2998-3005

41.Emissions of Parent, Nitro, and Oxygenated Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons from Residential Wood Combustion in Rural China, Shen, GF; Tao, S*; Wei, SY; Zhang, YY; Wang, R; Wang, B; Li, W; Shen, HZ; Huang, Y; Chen, YC; Chen, H; Yang, YF; Wang, W; Wang, XL; Liu, WX; Simonich, SLM, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2012, 46, 8123-8130

42.Emission of oxygenated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from biomass pellet burning in a modern burner for cooking in China , Shen, GF; Wei, SY; Zhang, YY; Wang, R; Wang, B; Li, W; Shen, HZ; Huang, Y; Chen, YC; Chen, H; Wei, W; Tao, S*, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT  , 2012, 60, 234-237   

43.Reductions in Emissions of Carbonaceous Particulate Matter and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons from Combustion of Biomass Pellets in Comparison with Raw Fuel Burning, Shen, GF; Tao, S*; Wei, SY; Zhang, YY; Wang, R; Wang, B; Li, W; Shen, HZ; Huang, Y; Chen, YC; Chen, H; Yang, YF; Wang, W; Wei, W; Wang, XL; Liu, WX; Wang, XJ; Simonich, SLM, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2012, 46, 6409-6416

44.Emission Factors, Size Distributions, and Emission Inventories of Carbonaceous Particulate Matter from Residential Wood Combustion in Rural China, Shen GF, Wei SY, Wei W, Zhang YY, Ming YJ, Wang B, Wang R, Li W, Shen GZ, Ye H, Yang YF, Wang W, Wang XL, Wang XJ, Tao S*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2012, 46, 4207-4214

45.Retene Emission from Residential Solid Fuels in China and Evaluation of Retene as a Unique Marker for Soft Wood Combustion, Shen GF, Tao S*, Wei SY, Zhang YY, Wang R, Wang B, Li W, Shen HZ, Huang Y, Yang YF, Wang W, Wang XL, Simonich S, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2012, 46, 4666-4672

46.Emission of Oxygenated Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons from Indoor Solid Fuel Combustion, Shen GF, Tao S*, Wang W, Yang YF, Ding JN, Xue M, Min YJ, Zhu C, Shen HZ, Li W, Wang B, Wang R, Wang WT, Wang XL, Russell AG, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2011, 45, 3459-3465   

47.Emissions of PAHs from Indoor Crop Residue Burning in a Typical Rural Stove: Emission Factors, Size Distributions, and Gas-Particle Partitioning, Shen GF,Wang W,Yang YF,Ding JN,XueM,Min YJ,Zhu C,Shen HZ,Li W,Wang B,Wang R,Wang L,Tao S*,Russell AG, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2011, 45, 1206-1212

48.Emission factors and particulate matter size distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from residential coal combustions in rural Northern China, Shen GF, Wang W, Yang YF, Zhu C, Min YJ, XUe M, Ding JN, Li W, Wang B, Shen HZ, Wang R, Wang XL, Tao S*, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2010, 44, 5237-5243

49.Emission factors of particulate matter and elemental carbon for crop residues and coals burned in typical household stoves in China, Shen GF, Yang YF, Wang W, Tao S*, Zhu C, Min YJ, Xue MA, Ding JN, Wang B, Wang R, Shen HZ, Li W, Wang XL, Russell AG, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2010, 44, 7157-7162    

50.Emission characteristics of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from combustion of different residential coals in north China, Liu WX, Dou H, Wei ZC, Chang B, Qiu WX, Liu Y, Tao S, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2009, 407, 1436-1446

ENERGY & EMISSION  Transportation emissions

51.Global Emission of Black Carbon from Motor Vehicles from 1960 to 2006, Wang R, Tao S*, Shen HZ, Wang XL, Li BG, Shen GF, Wang B, Li W, Liu XP, Huang Y, Zhang YY, Lu Y, Ouyang HL, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2012, 46, 1278−1284

52.Global time trends in PAH emissions from motor vehicles, Shen, HZ; Tao, S*; Wang, R; Wang, B; Shen, GF; Li, W; Su, SS; Huang, Y; Wang, XL; Liu, WX; Li, BG; Sun, K, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2011, 45, 2067-2073

EXPOSURE AND HEALTH IMPACT  Household air quality

53.Exposure and health impact evaluation based on simultaneous measurement of indoor and ambient PM2.5 in Haidian, Beijing, Qi M, Zhu X, Du W, Chen YL, Chen YC, Huang TB, Pan XL, Zhong QR, Sun X, Zeng EY, Xing BS, Tao S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2017, 220, 704-712

54.Influences of ambient air PM2.5 concentration and meteorological condition on the indoor PM2.5 concentrations in a residential apartment in Beijing using a new approach, Han, Y; Qi, M; Chen, YL; Shen, HZ; Liu, J; Huang, Y; Chen, H; Liu, WX; Wang, XL; Liu, JF; Xing, BS; Tao, S*., ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION  , 2015, 205, 307-314

55.Characterization of particulate-bound PAHs in rural households using different types of domestic energy in Henan Province, China, Wu, FY; Liu, XP; Wang, W; Man, YB; Chan, CY; Liu, WX; Tao, S; Wong, MH, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2015, 536, 840-846

56.Levels of PM2.5/PM10 and associated metal(loid)s in rural households of Henan Province, China, Wu, FY; Wang, W; Man, YB; Chan, CY; Liu, WX; Tao, S; Wong, MH, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2015, 512-514, 194-200

EXPOSURE AND HEALTH IMPACT  Inhalation exposure

57.Inhalation exposure and risk of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) among the rural population adopting wood gasifier stoves compared to different fuel-stove users, Lin, N; Chen, YC; Du, W; Shen, GF; Zhu, X; Huang, TB; Wang, XL; Cheng, HF; Liu, JF; Xue, CY; Liu, GQ; Zeng, EY; Xing, BS; Tao, S*, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2016, 147, 485-491

58.Exposure and size distribution of nitrated and oxygenated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons among the population using different household fuels, Shen, GF, Chen, YC, Du, W, Lin, N, Wang, XL, Cheng, HF, Liu, JF, Xue, CY, Liu, GQ, Zeng, EY, Xing, BS, Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2016, 216, 935-942

59.Household air pollution and personal exposure risk of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons among rural residents in Shanxi, China, Chen, YC, Shen, GF, Huang, Y, Zhang, YY, Chen, H, Wang, R, Shen, HZ, Su, S, Lin, N, Zhu, D, Pei, L, Zheng X, Wu, J, Wang, X, Liu, W, Wong, M, Tao, S*, INDOOR AIR, 2016, 26, 246-258

60.Personal inhalation exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in urban and rural residents in a typical northern city in China, Duan, X; Wang, B; Zhao, X; Shen, G; Xia, Z; Huang, N; Jiang, Q; Lu, B; Xu, D; Fang, J; Tao, S, INDOOR AIR, 2014, 24, 464-473

61.Indoor/outdoor pollution level and personal inhalation exposure of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons through biomass fuelled cooking, Shen, GF; Zhang, YY; Wei, SY; Chen, YC; Yang, CL; Lin, PC; Xie, H; Xue, M; Wang, XL; Tao, S*, AIR QUALITY ATMOSPHERE AND HEALTH, 2014, 7, 449-458

62.Exposure to ambient black carbon derived from a new inventory and high resolution model, Wang R. Tao S*, Balkanski Y, Ciais P, Boucher O, Liu JF, Piao SL, Shen HZ, Vuolo R, Valari M, Chen H, Chen YC, Zozic A, Huang Y, Li BG, Li W, Shen GF, Wang B, Zhang YY, PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 2014, 111, 2459–2463

63.Carbonaceous Particulate Matter Air Pollution and Human Exposure from Indoor Biomass Burning Practices , Zhong, JJ; Ding, JN; Su, YH; Shen, GF; Yang, YF; Wang, C; Simonich, SLM; Cao, HY; Zhu, Y; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE  , 2012, 29, 1038-1045

64.Occurrence and exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and their derivatives in a rural Chinese home through biomass fuelled cooking, Ding, JN; Zhong, JJ; Yang, YF; Li, BG; Shen, GF; Su, YH; Wang, C; Li, W; Shen, HZ; Wang, B; Wang, R; Huang, Y; Zhang, YY; Cao, HY; Zhu, Y; Simonich, SLM; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2012, 169, 160-166

65.Environmental and human exposure to persistent halogenated compounds derived from e-waste in china, Ni, HG; Zeng, H; Tao, S; Zeng, EY, ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY, 2010, 29, 1237-1247

66.Inhalation exposure of traffic police officers to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) during the winter in Beijing, China, Liu, YN, Tao, S*, Yang, YF, Dou, H, Yang, Y, Coveney, RM, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2007, 383, 98-105

67.Exposure of traffic police to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Beijing, China, Liu, YN; Tao, S*; Dou, H; Zhang, WT; Zhang, XL, Dawson, R, CHEMOSPHERE, 2007, 66, 1922-1928

EXPOSURE AND HEALTH IMPACT  Dietary exposure

68.The Challenges and Solutions for Cadmium-contaminated Rice in China: A Critical Review, Hu, YN; Cheng, HF; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL, 2016, 92/93, 515-532

69.Risk of human exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: A case study in Beijing, China, Yu, YX; Li, Q; Wang, H; Wang, B; Wang, XL; Ren, AG; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2015, 205, 70-77

70.Dietary and inhalation exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and urinary excretion of monohydroxy metabolites: A controlled case study in Beijing, China, Zhang, YY, Ding, JN, Shen, GF, Zhong, JJ, Wang, C, Wei, SY, Chen, CQ, Chen, YC, Lu, Y, Shen, HZ, Li, W, Huang, Y, Chen, H, Sun, S, Lin, N, Wang, XL, Liu, WX, Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION  , 2014, 184, 515-522

71.Contamination and distribution of parent, nitrated,and oxygenated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in smoked meat, Chen, YC; Shen, GF; Su, S.; Shen, HZ; Huang, Y; Li, TC; Li, W; Zhang, YY; Lu, Y; Chen, H; Yang, CL; Lin, N; Zhu, Y; Fe, XF; Liu WX; Wang, XL, Tao, S*, Environ Sci Pollut Res, 2014, 21, 11521–11530

72.Hexachlorocyclohexanes (HCHs) in placenta and umbilical cord blood and dietary intake for women in Beijing, Chin, Yu, YX; Wang, B; Wang, XL; Wang, R; Wang, WT; Shen, GF; Shen, HZ; Li, W; Wong, MH; Liu, WX; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2013, 179, 75-80

73.Temporal trends in daily dietary intakes of DDTs and HCHs in urban populations from Beijing and Shenyang, China, Yu, YX; Wang, B; Wang, L; Liu, WX; Cao, J; Wong, MH; Tao, S*, CHEMOSPHERE, 2013, 91, 1395-1400

74.Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Residues in Human Milk, Placenta, and Umbilical Cord Blood in Beijing, China, Yu YX, Wang XL, Wang B, Tao S*, Liu WX, Wang XJ, Cao J, Li BG. Lu XX, Wong MH, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2011, 45, 10235-10242

75.Body burden of POPs of Hong Kong residents, based on human milk, maternal and cord serum, Tsang, HL; Wu, SC; Leung, CKM; Tao, S; Wong, MH, ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL, 2011, 37, 142-151

76.Dietary intake and human milk residues of hexachlorocyclohexane isomers in two Chinese cities, , Yu, YX; Tao, S*; Liu, WX; Lu, XX; Wang, XJ; Wong, MH, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2009, 43, 4830-4835

77.Validation of dietary intake of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane and metabolites in two populations from Beijing and Shenyang, China based on the residuals in human milk, Tao, S*, Yu YX, Liu WX, Wang XJ, Cao J, Li BG, Lu XX, Wong MH, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY    , 2008, 42, 7709-7714 

78.Human exposure and health risk of alpha-, beta-, gamma- and delta-hexachlorocyclohexane (HCHs) in Tianjin, China, Yang, Y; Tao, S*; Wong, PK; Hu, JY; Guo, M; Cao, HY; Coveney, RM; Zuo, Q; Li, BG; Liu, W; Cao, J; Xu, FL, CHEMOSPHERE, 2005, 60, 753-761

EXPOSURE AND HEALTH IMPACT  Dermal exposure

79.Dermal Uptake from Airborne Organics as an Important Route of Human Exposure to E-Waste Combustion Fumes, Wu, CC; Bao, LJ; Tao, S; Zeng, EY, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2016, 50, 6599-6605

EXPOSURE AND HEALTH IMPACT  Health impact;  

80.Potential health benefits of controlling dust emissions in Beijing, Meng, J; Liu, JF; Fan, SM; Kang, CY; Yi, K; Cheng, YL; Shen, X; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2016, 213, 850-859

81.Levels of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Maternal Serum and Risk of Neural Tube Defects in Offspring, Wang, B; Jin, L; Ren, AG; Yuan, Y; Liu, JF; Li, ZW; Zhang, L; Yi, DQ; Wang, LL; Zhang, YL; Wang, XL; Tao, S; Finnell, RH, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2015, 49, 588-596

82.Global lung cancer risk from PAH exposure highly depends on emission sources and individual susceptibility, Shen,HZ; Tao,S; Liu, JF; Huang,Y; Chen, H; Li, W; Zhang, YY; Chen, YC; Su, S; Lin, N; Xu, YY; Li, BG; Wang, XL; Liu, WX, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 2014, 4:6561,DOI: 10.1038/srep06561, 1-8

83.Organochlorine pesticide levels in maternal serumand risk of neural tube defects in offspring in Shanxi Province, China: A case–control study, Wang B, Yi DQ,Jin L, Li ZW, Liu JF, Zhang YL, Qiu XH,Liu WX,, Tao S, AG Ren, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2014, 490, 1037–1043

84.Pollution level, inhalation exposure and lung cancer risk of ambient atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Taiyuan, China, Xia ZH, Duan XL, Tao S, Qiu WX,Liu D, Wang YL, Wei SY, Wang B, Jiang QJ, Lu B, Song YX, Hu XX, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION  , 2013, 173, 150-156

85.Estimated Reduction in Cancer Risk due to PAH Exposures If Source Control Measures during the 2008 Beijing Olympics Were Sustained, Jia YL, Stone D, Wang WT, Schrlau J, Tao S, Simonich SLM, ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES, 2011, 119, 815-820

86.Health risk assessment on dietary exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Taiyuan, China, Xia ZH, Duan XL, Qiu WX, Liu D, Wang B, Tao S, Jiang QJ, Lu B, Song YX, Hu XX, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2010, 408, 5331–5337

87.Inhalation exposure to ambient polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and lung cancer risk of Chinese population, Zhang YX; Tao S*; Shen HZ; Ma JM., PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 2009, 106, 21063–21067

88.Risk assessment of PCDD/Fs levels in human tissues related to major food items based on chemical analyses and micro-EROD assay, Tsang HL, Wu SC, Wong CKC, Leung CKM, Tao S, Wong MH, ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL    , 2009, 35, 1040-1047    

89.Environment and health in the twenty-first century challenges and solutions, Holdren J, Tao S, Carpenter DO, ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, 2008, 1140, 1-21   

90.Health risks of heavy metals to the general public in Tianjin, China via consumption of vegetables and fish, Wang, XL; Sato, T; Xing, BS; Tao, S, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2005, 350, 28-37

91.Characterizing and comparing risks of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in a Tianjin wastewater-irrigated area, Wang, XL; Tao, S*; Dawson, RW; Xu, FL, ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, 2002, 90, 201-206

MODELING  Atmospheric transport modeling

92.Microphysics-based black carbon aging in a global CTM: constraints from HIPPO observations and implications for global black carbon budget, He, CL; Li, QB; Liou, KN; Qi, L; Tao, S, Schwarz, JP, ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 2016, 16, 3077-3098

93.Interprovincial Reliance for Improving Air Quality in China: A Case Study on Black Carbon Aerosol, Li, Y; Meng, J; Liu, JF; Xu, Y; Guan, DB; Tao, W; Huang, Y; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2016, 50, 4118-4126

94.Long-range transport of black carbon to the Pacific Ocean and its dependence on aging timescale, Zhang, J; Liu, J; Tao, S; Ban-Weiss, GA, ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 2015, 15, 11521-11535

95.Effects of urban land expansion on the regional meteorology and air quality of eastern China, Tao, W; Liu, J; Ban-Weiss, GA; Hauglustaine, DA; Zhang, L; Zhang, Q; Cheng, Y; Yu, Y; Tao, S, ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 2015, 15, 8597-8614

96.Sources, transport and deposition of iron in the global atmosphere, Wang, R; Balkanski, Y; Boucher, O; Bopp, L; Chappell, A; Ciais, P; Hauglustaie, D Tao, S, ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 2015, 15, 6247-6270

97.Effects of trans-Eurasian transport of air pollutants on surface ozone concentrations over Western China, Li, XY; Liu, JF; Mauzerall, DL; Emmons, LK; Walters, S; Horowitz, LW; Tao, S, JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES, 2014, 119, 12338-12354

98.Analysis of transpacific transport of black carbon during HIPPO-3: implications for black carbon aging, Shen, Z; Liu, J; Horowitz, LW; Henze, DK; Fan, S; Levy, H; Mauzerall, DL; Lin, JT; Tao, S, ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 2014, 14, 6315-6327

99.Evaluation of factors controlling global secondary organic aerosol production from cloud processes, He, C; Liu, J; Carlton, AG; Fan, S; Horowitz, LW; Levy, H; Tao, S, ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 2013, 13, 1913-1926

100.Transpacific transport of Benzo[a]pyrene emitted from Asia, Zhang YX, Tao S, Ma JM, Simonich S, ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 2012, 11, 1-14

101.Modeling the atmospheric transport and outflow of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons emitted from China, Zhang YX, Tao S*, Shen HZ, Ma JM, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2011, 45, 2820-2827

102.Dry deposition of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and its influence on surface soil contamination in Tianjin, China, Li XR, Tao S*, Liu WX, Li XQ, Chen HT, Wu SP, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING, 2010, 12, 952-957

103.Emission and outflow of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from wildfires in China, Yuan HS, Tao S*, Li BG, Lang C, Cao J, Coveney RM, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT    , 2008, 42, 6828-6835

104.Dispersion modeling of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from combustion of biomass and fossil fuels and production of coke in Tianjin, China, Tao, S*; Li, XR; Yang, Y; Coveney, RM; Lu, XX; Chen, HT; Shen, WR, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2006, 40, 4586-4591

MODELING  Trajectory based probabilistic modeling

105.Sources and pathways of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons transported to Alert, the Canadian high Arctic, Wang R, Tao S*, Wang B, Yang Y, Lang C, Zhang YX, Hu J, Ma JM, Hung H, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2010, 44, 1017-1022

106.Atmospheric transport and outflow of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from China, Lang C, Tao S*, Liu WX, Zhang YX, Simonich S, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2008, 42, 5196-5201

107.Modeling polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon composition profiles of sources and receptors in the pear river delta, China, Lang C, Tao S*, Wang XJ, Zhang G, Fu JM, ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY, 2008, 27, 4-9

108.Outflow of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from Guangdong, southern China, Lang C, Tao S*, Zhang G, Fu JM, Simonich S, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2007, 41, 8370-8375

109.Seasonal variation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Pearl River Delta region, China, Lang C, Tao S*, Wang XJ, Zhang G, Li J, Fu JM, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2007, 41, 8370–8379

MODELING  Climate forcing

110.Estimation of global black carbon direct radiative forcing and its uncertainty constrained by observations, Wang, R, Balkanski, Y, Boucher, O, Ciais, P, Schuster, GL, Chevallier, F, Samset, BH, Liu, JF, Piao, SL, Valari, M, Tao, S*, JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES, 2016, 121, 5948-5971

111.The contribution of China`s emissions to global climate forcing, Li, BG; Gasser, T; Ciais, P; Piao, SL; Tao, S; Balkanski, Y; Hauglustaine, D; Boisier, JP; Chen, Z; Huang, MT; Li, LZ; Li, Y; Liu, HY; Liu, JF; Peng, SS; Shen, ZH; Sun, ZZ; Wang, R; Wang, T; Yin, GD; Yin, Y; Zeng, H; Zeng, ZZ; Zhou, F, NATURE, 2016, 531, 7594

112.Air quality and climate responses to anthropogenic black carbon emission changes from East Asia, North America and Europe, Sadiq, M; Tao, W; Liu, JF; Tao, S, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2015, 120, 262-276

113.Influence of anthropogenic aerosol deposition on the relationship between oceanic productivity and warming, Wang, R; Balkanski, Y; Bopp, L; Aumont, O; Boucher, O; Ciais, P; Gehlen, M; Penuelas, J; Ethe, C; Hauglustaine, D; Li, BG; Liu, JF; Zhou, F; Tao, S, GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, 2015, 42, DOI: 10.1002/2015GL066753

MODELING  Multimedia fate modeling

114.A Multimedia Fate Model to Support Chemical Management in China: A Case Study for Selected Trace Organics, Zhu, Y; Price, OR; Kilgallon, J; Rendal, C; Tao, S; Jones, KC; Sweetman, A, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2016, 50, 7001-7009

115.Environmental Distributions of Benzo[a]pyrene in China: Current and Future Emission Reduction Scenarios Explored Using a Spatially Explicit Multimedia Fate Model, Zhu, Y; Tao, S; Price, OR; Shen, HZ; Jones, KC; Sweetman, AZhu, Ying; Tao, Shu; Price, Oliver R.; Shen, Huizhong; Jones, Kevin C.; Sweetman, Andrew J, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2015, 49, 13868-13877   

116.A new multimedia contaminant fate model for China: How important are environmental parameters in influencing chemical persistence and long-range transport potential?, Zhu, Y; Price, OR; Tao, S; Jones, KC; Sweetman, AJ, ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL, 2014, 69, 18-27

117.Multimedia fate modeling of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Lake Small Baiyangdian, Northern China, Xu, FL; Qin, N; Zhu, Y; He, W; Kong, XZ; Barbour, MT; He, QS; Wang, Y; Ou-Yang, HL; Tao, S, ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 2013, 252, 246-257

118.Influence of global climate change on chemical fate and bioaccumulation: The role of multimedia models , Gouin, T; Armitage, JM; Cousins, IT;  Muir, DCG; Ng, CA; Reid, L;  Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY, 2013, 32, 20-31   

119.Multimedia fate and source apportionment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in a coking industry city in Northern China, Wang, YL; Xia, ZH; Liu, D; Qiu, WX; Duan, XL; Wang, R; Liu, WJ; Zhang, YH; Wang, D; Tao, S; Liu, WX, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2013, 181, 115-121

120.Spatial and seasonal variations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Haihe Plain, China, Wang R, Cao HY*, Li W, Wang W, Wang WT, Zhang LW, Liu JM, Ouyang HL, Tao S, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2011, 159, 1413-1418

121.Simulating the temporal changes of OCP pollution in Hangzhou, China, Cao, HY, Liang, T, Tao, S, Zhang, CS, CHEMOSPHERE, 2007, 67, 1335-1345

122.Modeling the dynamic changes in concentrations of gamma-hexachlorocyclohexane (gamma-HCH) in Tianjin region from 1953 to 2020, Tao, S*; Yang, Y; Cao, HY; Liu, WX; Coveney, RM; Xu, FL; Cao, J; Li, BG; Wang, XJ; Hu, JY; Fang, JY, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2006, 139, 183-193

123.Source diagnostics of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons based on species ratios: A multimedia approach, Zhang, XL; Tao, S*; Liu, WX; Yang, Y; Zuo, Q; Liu, SZ, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2005, 39, 9109-9114

124.Simulating the transfer and fate of hexachlorocyclohexane in recent 50 years in Beijing, China, Cao, HY; Liang, T; Tao, S, SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES D-EARTH SCIENCES, 2005, 48, 2203-2213

125.Uncertainty analysis of parameters for modeling the transfer and fate of benzo(a)pyrene in Tianjin wastewater irrigated areas, Wang, XL; Tao, S*; Dawson, RW; Wang, XJ, CHEMOSPHERE, 2004, 55, 525-531

126.Multimedia fate model for hexachlorocyclohexane in Tianjin, China, Cao, HY; Tao, S*; Xu, FL; Coveney, RM; Cao, J; Li, BG; Liu, WX; Wang, XJ; Hu, JY; Shen, WR; Qin, BP; Sun, R, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2004, 38, 2126-2132

127.Fate modeling of phenanthrene with regional variation in Tianjin, China, Tao, S*; Cao, HY; Liu, WX; Li, BG; Cao, J; Xu, FL; Wang, XJ; Coveney, RM; Shen, WR; Qin, BP; Sun, R, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2003, 37, 2453-2459

128.Modeling the fate of benzo[a]pyrene in the wastewater-irrigated areas of Tianjin with a fugacity model, Wang, XL; Tao, S*; Xu, FL; Dawson, RW; Cao, J; Li, BG; Fang, JY, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, 2002, 31, 896-903

MODELING  QSAR

129.Prediction of the bioconcentration factor of PCBs in fish using the molecular connectivity index and fragment constant models, Hu, HY; Xu, FL; Li, BG; Cao, J; Dawson, R; Tao, S*, WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH, 2005, 77, 87-97

130.A fragment constant QSAR model for evaluating the EC50 values of organic chemicals to Daphnia magna, Tao, S*; Xi, XH; Xu, FL; Li, BG; Cao, J; Dawson, R, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2002, 116, 57-64

131.A QSAR model for predicting toxicity (LC50) to rainbow trout, Tao, S*; Xi, XH; Xu, FL; Dawson, R, WATER RESEARCH, 2002, 36, 2926-2930

132.QSAR modeling of bioconcentration factors in fish based on fragment constants and structural correction factors, Tao, S*; Hu, HY; Xu, FL; Dawson, R; Li, BG; Cao, J, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B, 2001, 36, 631-649

133.A comparison of the fragment constant and molecular connectivity indices models for normalized sorption coefficient estimation, Tao, S*; Lu, XX; Cao, J; Dawson, R, WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH, 2001, 73, 307-313

134.Fragment constant method for prediction of fish bioconcentration factors of non-polar chemicals, Tao, S*; Hu, HY; Lu, XX; Dawson, RW; Xu, FL, CHEMOSPHERE, 2000, 41, 1563-1568

135.Estimation of bioconcentration factors of nonionic organic compounds in fish by molecular connectivity indices and polarity correction factors, Lu, XX; Tao, S*; Hu, HY; Dawson, RW, CHEMOSPHERE, 2000, 41, 1675-1688

136.Estimation of organic carbon normalized sorption coefficient (K-oc) for soils using the fragment constant method, Tao, S*; Piao, HS; Dawson, R; Lu, XX; Hu, HY, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 1999, 33, 2719-2725

137.Estimation of organic carbon normalized sorption coefficient (Koc) for soils by topological indices and polarity factors, Tao, S*; Lu, XX, CHEMOSPHERE, 1999, 39, 2019-2034

138.Prediction of fish bioconcentration factors of nonpolar organic pollutants based on molecular connectivity indices, Lu, XX; Tao, S*; Cao, J; Dawson, RW, CHEMOSPHERE, 1999, 39, 987-999

BIOAVAILABILITY AND BIOACCUMULATION  Bioaccessibility, gastrointestinal

139.Adsorption and bioaccessibility of phenanthrene on carbon nanotubes inthe in vitro gastrointestinal system, Li, W, Zhao, J, Zhao, Q, Zheng, H, Du, P, Tao, S, Xing, BS, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2016, 566, 50-56

140.Bioaccessibility of nitro- and oxy-PAHs in fuel soot assessed by an in vitro digestive model with absorptive sink, Zhang, YY, Pignatello, JJ, Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2016, 50, 901-908

141.Bioaccessibility of PAHs in Fuel Soot Assessed by an in Vitro Digestive Model with Absorptive Sink: Effect of Food Ingestion, Zhang, YY, Pignatello, JJ, Tao, S, Xing, BS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2015, 49, 14641-14648

142.Bioacessibility of PAHs in Fuel Soot Assessed by an in Vitro Digestive Model: Effect of Including an Absorptive Sink, Zhang, YY, Pignatello, JJ, Tao, S, Xing, BS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2015, 49, 3905-3912

143.Mobilization of soil bound residue of organochlorine pesticides and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in an in-vitro gastrointestinal model, Tao, S*, Li L; Ding JN; Zhong JJ; Zhang DY; Lu Y; Yang YF; Wang XL; Li XQ; Cao J; Lu XX; Liu WX, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2011, 45, 1127-1132

144.Cell absorption induced desorption of hydrophobic organic contaminants from digested soil residue, Wang B, Xue M, Lu Y, Zhong JJ, Su YH, Wang R, Shen GF, Wang XL, Tao S*, CHEMOSPHERE, 2011, 83, 1461–1466

145.Mobility of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the gastrointestinal tract assessed using an in vitro digestion model with sorption rectification, Tao, S*; Zhang, DY; Lu, Y; Li, L; Ding, JN; Yang, Y; Yang, YF; Wang, XL; Liu, WX; Xing, BS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2010, 44, 5608-5612

146.Assessment of oral bioaccessibility of organochlorine pesticides in soil using an in vitro gastrointestinal model, Tao, S*; Lu, Y; Zhang, DY; Yang, YF; Yang, Y; Lu, XX; Sai, DJ, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2009, 43, 4524-4529

147.Bioaccessibility of polychlorinated biphenyls in different foods using an in vitro digestion method, Xing GH, Yang Y, Chan JKY, Tao S, Wong MH, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2008, 156, 1218-1226    

BIOAVAILABILITY AND BIOACCUMULATION  Plant, organics

148.Influence of multiwalled carbon nanotubes and sodium dodecyl benzene sulfonate on bioaccumulation and translocation of pyrene and 1-methylpyrene in maize (Zea mays) seedlings, Zhang, HY; Liu, Y; Shen, XF; Zhang, M; Yang, Y; Tao, S; Wang, XL, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2017, 220, 1409-1417

149.Bioavailability of phenanthrene and nitrobenzene sorbed on carbonaceous materials, Zhang, M; Shen, XF; Zhang, HY; Cai, F; Chen, WX; Gao, Q; Ortega-Calvo, JJ; Tao, S; Wang, XL, CARBON, 2016, 110, 404-413

150.The impact of carbon nanotubes on bioaccumulation and translocation of phenanthrene, 3-CH3-phenanthrene and 9-NO2-phenanthrene in maize (Zea mays) seedlings, Wang, XL; Liu, Y; Zhang, HY; Shen, XF; Cai, F; Zhang, M; Gao, Q; Chen, WX; Wang, B; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE-NANO, 2016, 3, 818-829

151.Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in leaf cuticles and inner tissues of six species of trees in urban Beijing, Wang YQ, Tao S*, Jiao XC, Coveney RM, Wu SP, Xing BS, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2008, 151, 158-164

152.Adsorption and absorption of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons to rice roots, Jiao, XC; Xu, FL; Dawson, R; Chen, SH; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2007, 148, 230-235

153.Adsorption and absorption of ichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) and metabolites (DDD and DDE) by rice roots, Chen, SH; Xu, FL; Dawson, R; Jiao, XC; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2007, 147, 256-261

154.Uptake of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by maize plants, Lin, H; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2007, 148, 614-619

155.A chemical extraction method for mimicking bioavailability of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons to wheat grown in soils containing various amounts of organic matter, Tao, S*; Xu, FL; Liu, WX; Cui, YH; Coveney, RM, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2006, 40, 2219-2224

156.Accumulation and distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in rice (Oryza sativa), Tao, S*; Jiao, XC; Chen, SH; Liu, WX; Coveney, RM; Zhu, LZ; Luo, YM, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2006, 140, 406-415

157.Uptake of vapor and particulate polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by cabbage, Tao, S*; Jiao, XC; Chen, SH; Xu, FL; Li, YJ; Liu, FZ, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2006, 140, 13-15

158.A two-compartment exposure device for foliar uptake study, Zuo, Q; Lin, H; Zhang, XL; Li, QL; Liu, SZ; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2006, 143, 126-128

159.Organochlorine pesticides in agricultural soil and vegetables from Tianjin, China, Tao, S*; Xu, FL; Wang, XJ; Liu, WX; Gong, ZM; Fang, JY; Zhu, LZ; Luo, YM, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2005, 39, 2494-2499

160.Use of sequential ASE extraction to evaluate the bioavailability of DDT and its metabolites to wheat roots in soils with various organic carbon contents, Tao, S*; Guo, LQ; Wang, X; Liu, WX; Ju, TZ; Dawson, R; Cao, J; Xu, FL; Li, BG, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2004, 320, 1-9

BIOAVAILABILITY AND BIOACCUMULATION  Animals, organic

161.Accumulation Dynamics of Chlordanes and Their Enantiomers in Cockerels (Gallus gallus) after Oral Exposure Accumulation Dynamics of Chlordanes and Their Enantiomers in Cockerels (Gallus gallus) after Oral Exposure, Lu, ZJ; Xue, M; Shen, GF; Li, KY; Li, XQ; Wang, XL; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2011, 45, 7928-7935

162.Dynamic changes of a-hexachlorocyclohexane and its enantiomers in various 3 tissues of Japanese Rabbits (Oyctolagus cuniculus) after oral or dermal exposure, Xue M, Shen GF, Yu JL, Zhang DY, Lu ZJ, Wang B, Lu Y, Cao J, Tao S*, CHEMOSPHERE, 2010, 81, 1486–1491

163.Impact of chemical constructions on the microbial availability of phenanthrene sorbed on biopolymers (ABSTRACT), Yang, Y; Shu, L; Wang, XL; Tao, S*, GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA, 2009, 73, A1480-A1480

164.Organochlorine pesticide residuals in chickens and eggs at a poultry farm in Beijing, China, Tao, S*, Liu WX, Li XQ, Zhou DX, Li Y, Yang YF, Yue DP, Coveney RM, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2009, 157, 497-502

165.Effects of cetyltrimethylammonium chloride on uptake of pyrene by fish gills, Liu XL, Tao S, Yu X, Liu GH, Zhang N, Xu W, Wang WT, Xie YJ, Zhu Y, Xie JK, Wu WJ, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A, 2009, 44, 791-798

166.Effects of sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate on uptake of pyrene by fish gills, Liu XL, Tao S, Xue B, Zhu Y, Xie YJ, Wu WJ, Kie JK, Zhang N, Wang WT, Xu W, Liu GH, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A, 2008, 43, 247-254

167.Determination of trophic relationships within a Bohai Bay food web using stable delta N-15 and delta C-13 analysis, Wan, Y; Hu, JY; An, LH; An, W; Yang, M; Mitsuaki, I; Tatsuya, H; Tao, S, CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN, 2005, 50, 1021-1025

168.Trophodynamic behavior of 4-monylphenol and nonylphenol polyethoxylate in a marine aquatic food web from Bohai Bay, North China: Comparison to DDTs, Hu, JY; Jin, F; Wan, Y; Yang, M; An, LH; An, W; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2005, 39, 4801-4807

BIOAVAILABILITY AND BIOACCUMULATION  Microbial, organics;  

169.Mechanisms regulating bioavailability of phenanthrene sorbed on a peat soil-origin humic substance, Yang, Y; Shu, L; Wang, XL; Xing, BS; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY, 2012, 31, 1431-1437

170.Effects of soil organic matter on the development of the microbial polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) degradation potentials, Yang Y, Zhang N, Xue M, Lu ST, Tao S*, , ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2011, 159, 591-595

171.The effect of soil organic matter on fate of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soil: A microcosm study, Yang Y, Tao S*, Zhang N, Zhang DY, Li XQ, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2010, 158, 1768-1774

172.Enantioselective behavior of alpha-HCH in mouse and quail tissues, Yang DB, Li XQ, Tao S*, Wang YQ, Cheng Y, Zhang DY, Yu LC, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2010, 44, 1854-1859

173.Effects of composition and domain arrangement of biopolymer components of soil organic matter on the bioavailability of phenanthrene, Yang Y, Shu L, Wang XL, Xing BS, Tao S*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2010, 44, 3339-3344

174.Microbial availability of different forms of phenanthrene in soils, Yang, Y; Hunter, W; Tao, S; Gan, J, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2009, 43, 1852-1857

175.Effects of black carbon on pyrethroid availability in sediment, Yang Y, Hunter W, Tao S, Gan J , JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY, 2009, 57, 232-238

176.Effect of activated carbon on microbial bioavailability of phenanthrene in soils, Yang Y, Hunter W, Tao S, Gan J., ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY, 2009, 28, 2283-2288

BIOAVAILABILITY AND BIOACCUMULATION  Plant, metals

177.Uptake, translocation and transformation of antimony in rice (Oryza sativa L.) seedlings, Cai, F; Ren, JH; Tao, S; Wang, XL, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2016, 209, 169-176 

178.Changes of copper speciation in maize rhizosphere soil, Tao, S*; Chen, YJ; Xu, FL; Cao, J; Li, BG, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2003, 122, 447-454

179.Influences of excessive Cu on photosynthesis and growth in ectomycorrhizal Pinus sylvestris seedlings, Huang, Y; Tao, S,  JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES-CHINA, 2004, 16, 414-419

180.Excessive Cu and Zn affecting on distribution of the metals and activities of glycolytic and nitrogen incorporating key enzymes in mycelia of ectomycorrhizal fungi Suillus bovinus, Huang, Y; Tao, S,  JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES-CHINA, 2001, 13, 337-341

181.The role of arbuscular mycorrhiza on change of heavy metal speciation in rhizosphere of maize in wastewater irrigated agriculture soil, Huang, Y; Tao, S; Chen, YJ, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES-CHINA, 2005, 17, 276-280

BIOAVAILABILITY AND BIOACCUMULATION  Fish, metals

182.Short-term dynamic change of gill copper in common carp, Cyprinus carpio, evaluated by a sequential extraction, Tao, S*; Liu, WX; Liu, GJ; Dawson, R; Cao, J; Wong, PK, ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY, 2006, 51, 408-415

183.Evaluation of factors influencing root-induced changes of copper fractionation in rhizosphere of a calcareous soil, Tao, S*; Liu, WX; Chen, YJ; Xu, FL; Dawson, RW; Li, BG; Cao, J; Wang, XJ; Hu, JY; Fang, JY, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2004, 129, 5-12

184.Uptake of copper complexed to EDTA, diaminoethane, oxalic acid, or tartaric acid by neon tetras (Paracheirodon innesi), Tao, S*; Long, AM; Pan, B; Xu, FL; Dawson, R, ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY, 2002, 53, 317-322

185.Estimation of conditional stability constant for copper binding to fish gill surface with consideration of chemistry of the fish gill microenvironment, Tao, S*; Liu, GJ; Xu, FL; Pan, B, COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY C-TOXICOLOGY & PHARMACOLOGY, 2002, 133, 219-226

186.Copper speciation in the gill microenvironment of carp (Cyprinus carpio) at various levels of pH, Tao, S*; Long, AM; Xu, FL; Dawson, RW, ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY, 2002, 52, 221-226

187.Copper speciation and accumulation in the gill microenvironment of carp (Cyprinus carpio) in the presence of kaolin particles, Tao, S*; Long, A; Dawson, RW; Xu, F; Li, B; Cao, J; Fang, J, ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY, 2002, 42, 325-331

188.Speciation and bioavailability of EDTA complexed copper in the microenvironment of fish gills, Wen, Y; Long, AM; Dawson, R; Tao, S*, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A, 2002, 37, 331-342

189.Simulation of acid-base condition and copper speciation in the fish gill microenvironment, Tao, S*; Wen, Y; Long, AM; Dawson, R; Cao, J; Xu, FL, COMPUTERS & CHEMISTRY, 2001, 25, 215-222

190.Uptake of cadmium adsorbed on particulates by gills of goldfish (Carassius auratus), Tao, S*; Liu, CF; Dawson, R; Long, AM; Xu, FL, ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY, 2000, 47, 306-313

191.Fish uptake of inorganic and mucus complexes of lead, Tao, S*; Li, H; Liu, CF; Lam, KC, ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY, 2000, 46, 174-180

192.Bioavailability of apparent fulvic acid complexed copper to fish gills, Tao, S*; Xu, S; Cao, J; Dawson, R, BULLETIN OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY, 2000, 64, 221-227

193.The influence of mucus on copper speciation in the gill microenvironment of carp (Cyprinus carpio), Tao, S*; Long, AM; Liu, CF, Dawson, R, ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY, 2000, 47, 59-64

194.Uptake of copper by neon tetras (Paracheirodon innesi) in the presence and absence of particulate and humic matter, Tao, S*; Liang, T; Liu, CF; Xu, SP, ECOTOXICOLOGY, 1999, 8, 269-275

195.Synergistic effect of copper and lead uptake by fish, Tao, S*; Liang, T; Cao, J; Dawson, RW; Liu, CF, ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY, 1999, 44, 190-195

196.Uptake of particulate lead via the gills of fish (Carassius auratus), Tao, S*; Liu, C; Dawson, R; Cao, J; Li, B, ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY, 1999, 37, 352-357

197.Computer simulation of metal complex dissociation during free metal determination using anodic stripping voltammetry, Tao, S*; Lam, KC; Cao, J; Li, BG, COMPUTERS & CHEMISTRY, 1999, 23, 61-68

198.Long-term monitoring of bioavailable copper in the aquatic environment using a resin-filled dialysis membrane, Tao, S*; Liang, T, BULLETIN OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY, 1997, 58, 712-719

BIOAVAILABILITY AND BIOACCUMULATION  Toxicity, in vitro

199.Properties and cellular effects of particulate matter from direct emissions and ambient sources, Jin, WJ, Su, S, Wang, B, Zhu, X, Chen, YL, Shen, GF, Liu, JF, Cheng, HF, Wang, XL, Wu, SP, Zeng, ED, Xing, BS, Tao, S*, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS, SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING,, 2016, 51, 1075-1083

200.Human bronchial epithelial cell injuries induced by fine particulate matter from sandstorm and non-sandstorm periods: Association with particle constituents, Wang, B; Li, N; Deng, FR; Buglak, N; Park, G; Su, S; Ren, AG; Shen, GF; Tao, S; Guo, XB, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, 2016, 47, 201-210

201.Characteristics and cellular effects of ambient particulate matter from Beijing, Lu, Y; Su, S; Jin, WJ; Wang, B; Li, N; Shen, HZ; Li, W; Huang, Y; Chen, H; Zhang, YY; Chen, YC; Lin, N; Wang, XL; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2014, 191, 63-69

202.Properties and Inflammatory Effects of Various Size Fractions of Ambient Particulate Matter from Beijing on A549 and J774A.1 Cells, Wang, B; Li, KX; Jin, WJ; Lu, Y; Zhang, YZ; Shen, GF; Wang, R; Shen, HZ; Li, W; Huang, Y; Zhang, YY; Wang, XL; Li, XQ; Liu, WX; Cao, HY; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2013, 47, 1520-5851

BIOAVAILABILITY AND BIOACCUMULATION  Toxicity, others

203.Biological impact of environmental polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (ePAHs) as endocrine disruptors, Zhang, YY, Dong, SJ, Wang, HG, Tao, S, Kiyama, R, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2016, 213, 809-824

204.Toxicities of fipronil enantiomers to the honeybee apis mellifera l. and enantiomeric compositions of fipronil in honey plant flowers, Li XQ, Bao C, Yang DB, Zheng MQ, Li XF, Tao S, ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY, 2010, 29, 127-132

205.Induction of vitellogenin mRNA in juvenile Chinese sturgeon (Acipenser sinensis Gray) treated with 17 beta-estradiol and 4-nonylphenol, Zhang, ZB; Hu, JY; An, W; Jin, F; An, LH; Tao, S; Chen, JS, ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY, 2005, 24, 1944-1950

BEHAVIOR AND FATE  Natural organic matter, occurrence

206.Water soluble organic carbon and its measurement in soil and sediment, Tao, S*; Lin, B, WATER RESEARCH, 2000, 34, 1751-1755

207.Release kinetics of water soluble organic Carbon (WSOC) from river sediment and wetland soil, Tao, S*; Lin, B; Liu, XH; Cao, J, WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION, 2000, 118, 407-418

208.AUTHOR`S REPLY TO Comment on "Spatial and temporal variations in dissolved organic carbon in the Yichun River, China" by S Tao Wat Res 32(7) 2205-2210-Reply, Tao, S*, WATER RESEARCH, 1999, 33, 3062-3062

209.Spatial and temporal variation in DOC in the Yichun River, China, Tao, S*, WATER RESEARCH, 1998, 32, 2205-2210

210.A sequential gel filtration chromatographic method to estimate the molecular weight distribution of humic substances, Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY, 1994, 15, 1083-1088

BEHAVIOR AND FATE  Natural organic matter, interaction

211.Suspending Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes by Humic Acids from a Peat Soil, Zhou XZ, Shu L, Zhao HB, Guo XY, Wang XL, Tao S, Xing BS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY , 2012, 46, 3891-3897

212.Leaching kinetics of water soluble organic carbon (WSOC) from upland soil, Cao, J; Tao, S*; Li, BG, CHEMOSPHERE, 1999, 39, 1771-1780

213.Comparison of halogenation potential among various fractions of TOC in water from Jingmi Canal, Beijing, Liu, WX; Tao, S*, WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION, 1998, 105, 667-675

214.Fractionation and chlorination of organic carbon in water from Yinluan River Tianjin, China, Tao, S*, GEOJOURNAL, 1996, 40, 213-217

215.A fixed-k model for metal-humate binding, Tao, S*, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 1992,  118/117, 139-144

216.Zero-deposition time extrapolation DPASV for determination of the complexation capacity, Tao, S*; Chen, JS; Tang, F, ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY LETTER, 1987, 8, 433-440

BEHAVIOR AND FATE  Sorption & binding

217.Surfactant removal with multiwalled carbon nanotubes, Gao, Q; Chen, WX; Chen, Y; Werner, D; Cornelissen, G; Xing, BS; Tao, S; Wang, XL, WATER RESEARCH, 2016, 106, 531-538

218.Retention of C-14-labeled multiwall carbon nanotubes by humic acid and polymers: Roles of macromolecule properties, Zhao, Q; Petersen, EJ; Cornelis, G; Wang, XL; Guo, XY; Tao, S; Xing, BS, CARBON, 2016, 99, 229-237

219.Sorption Mechanisms of Organic Compounds by Carbonaceous Materials: Site Energy Distribution Consideration, Shen, XF; Guo, ZY; Zhang, M; Tao, S; Wang, XL, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2015, 49, 4894−4902

220.Impact of humic acid coating on sorption of naphthalene by biochars, Zhang , M; Shu, L; Guo, XY; Shen, XF; Zhang, HY; Shen, GF; Wang, B; Yang, Y; Tao, S; Wang, XL, CARBON, 2015, 94, 946–954

221.Displacement and competitive sorption of organic pollutants on multiwalled carbon nanotubes, Shen, XF; Wang, XL; Tao, S; Xing, BS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH, 2014, 11979-11986, 11979

222.Characterization of nitrogen-rich biomaterial-derived biochars and their sorption for aromatic compounds, Zhang, M; Shu, L; Shen, XF; Guo, XY; Tao, S; Xing, BS; Wang, XL, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2014, 195, 84-90

223.Effect of model dissolved organic matter coating on sorption of phenanthrene by TiO2 nanoparticles, Wang, XL; Ma, EX; Shen, XF; Guo, XY; Zhang, M; Zhang, HY; Liu, Y; Cai, F; Tao, S; Xing, BS, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2014, 194, 31-37

224.Binary Short-Range Colloidal Assembly of Magnetic Iron Oxides Nanoparticles and Fullerene (nC(60)) in Environmental Media, Ghosh, S; Pradhan, NR; Mashayekhi, H; Dickert, S; Thantirige, R; Tuominen, MT; Tao, S; Xing, BS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2014, 21, 12285-12291

225.Impact of the Simulated Diagenesis on Sorption of Naphthalene and 1-Naphthol by Soil Organic Matter and its Precursors, Guo, XY; Wang, XL; Zhou, XZ; Ding, X; Fu, B; Tao, S; Xing, BS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2013, 47, 12148-12155

226.Desorption behaviors of BDE-28 and BDE-47 from natural soils with different organic carbon contents, Liu WX, Cheng FF, Li WB, Xing BS, Tao S, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2012, 163, 236-242

227.Sorption of Four Hydrophobic Organic Compounds by Three Chemically Distinct Polymers: Role of Chemical and Physical Composition, Guo, XY; Wang, XL; Zhou, XZ; Kong, XZ; Tao, S,; Xing, BS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2012, 46, 7252-7259

228.Phenanthrene sorption/desorption sequences provide new insight to explain high sorption coefficients in field studies, Pan B, Tao S*, Wu D, Zhang D, Peng HB, Xing BS, CHEMOSPHERE, 2011, 84, 1578-1583

229.Sorption isotherms of brominated diphenyl ethers on natural soils with different organic carbon fractions, Liu WX, Li WB, Xing GS, Chen JL, Tao S, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2011, 159, 2355-2358

230.Sorption Mechanisms of Phenanthrene, Lindane, and Atrazine with Various Humic Acid Fractions from a Single Soil Sample, Wang, XL; Guo, XY; Yang, Y; Tao, S; Xing, BS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2011, 45, 2124-2130

231.Sorption of Peat Humic Acids to Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes, Wang XL*, Shu L,Wang YQ, Xu BB, Bai YC, Tao S, Xing BS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY , 2011, 45, 9276-9283

232.Impact of De-Ashing Humic Acid and Humin on Organic Matter Structural Properties and Sorption Mechanisms of Phenanthrene, Yang, Y; Shu, L; Wang, XL*; Xing, BS; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2011, 45, 3996-4002

233.Sequestration of organochlorine pesticides in soils of distinct organic carbon content, Zhang, N; Yang, Y; Tao, S*; Liu, Y; Shi, KL, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2011, 159, 700-705

234.Formation of organo-mineral complexes as affected by particle size, pH, and dry–wet cycles, Pan B, Tao S*, Dawson R, Xing BS, AUSTRALIA JOURNAL OF SOIL RESEARCH, 2010, 48, 713-719

235.Impact of soil organic matter on the distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in soils, Yang, Y; Zhang, N; Xue, M; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2010, 158, 2170-2174

236.Nonlinear binding of phenanthrene to the extracted fulvic acid fraction in soil in comparison with other organic matter fractions and to the whole soil sample, Liu WX, Xu SS, Xing BS, Pan B, Tao S, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2010, 158, 566-575

237.Sorption kinetic characteristics of polybrominated diphenyl ethers on natural soils, Liu WX, Li WB, Hu J, Ling X, Xing BS, Chen JL, Tao S, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2010, 158, 2815-2820

238.Relative importance of multiple mechanisms in sorption of organic compounds by multiwalled carbon nanotubes, Wang XL, Liu Y, Tao S, Xing BS, CARBON, 2010, 48, 3721-3728    

239.Sorption and competition of aromatic compounds and humic acid on multiwalled carbon nanotubes, Wang XL, Tao S, Xing BS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2009, 43, 6214-6219   

240.Determination of octanol-air partition coefficients and supercooled liquid vapor pressures of organochlorine pesticides, Zhang N, Yang Y, Liu Y, Tao S*, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B, 2009, 44, 649-656

241.Relationships between desorption intervals and availability of sediment-associated hydrophobic contaminants, Yang Y, Hunter W, Tao S, Gan J, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY   , 2008, 42, 8446-8451   

242.Effect of physical forms of soil organic matter on phenanthrene sorption, Pan B, Xing BS, Tao S, Liu WX, Lin XM, Xiao Y, Dai HC, Zhang XM, Zhang YX, Yuan HS, CHEMOSPHERE, 2007, 68, 1262–1269

243.Sorption of aromatic organic contaminants by biopolymers: Effects of pH, copper (II) complexation, and cellulose coating, Wang, XL; Yang, K; Tao, S; Xing, BS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2007, 41, 185-191

244.Sorption of organic contaminants by biopolymers: Role of polarity, structure and domain spatial arrangement, Wang, XL; Cook, R; Tao, S; Xing, BS, CHEMOSPHERE, 2007, 66, 1476-1484

245.Investigating interactions of phenanthrene with dissolved organic matter: Limitations of stern-volmer plot, Pan B, Xing BS, Liu WX, Xing GH, Tao S, CHEMOSPHERE, 2007, 69, 1555-1562

246.Distribution of sorbed phenanthrene and pyrene in different humic fractions of soils and importance of humin, Pan, B; Xing, BS; Liu, WX; Tao, S*; Lin, XM; Zhang, XM; Zhang, YX; Xiao, Y; Dai, HC; Yuan, HS, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2006, 143, 24-33

247.Numerical simulation of PAHs sorption/desorption on soil with the influence of Tween80, Chen, J; Wang, XJ; Hu, JD; Xu, FL; Tao, S, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES-CHINA, 2006, 18, 716-720

248.Two-compartment sorption of phenanthrene on eight soils with various organic carbon contents, Pan B; Xing BS; Liu WX; Tao S; Lin XM; Zhang YX; Yuan HS; Dai HC ; Zhang XM; Xiao Y, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B-PESTICIDES FOOD CONTAMINANTS AND AGRICULTURAL WASTES  , 2006, 41, 1333-1347   

249.Modeling surfactant LAS influenced PAHs migration in soil column, Chen, J; Wang, XJ; Hu, JD; Tao, S, WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION, 2006, 176, 217-232

250.Thermodynamics of phenanthrene partition into solid organic matter from water, Chen, BL; Zhu, LZ; Tao, S, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES-CHINA, 2005, 17, 185-189

251.Sorption behavior of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soil-water system containing nonionic surfactant, Zhu, LZ; Chen, BL; Tao, S,  ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE, 2004, 21, 263-272

252.The effect of pH, ion strength and reactant content on the complexation of Cu2+ by various natural organic ligands from water and soil in Hong Kong, Cao, J; Lam, KC; Dawson, RW; Liu, WX; Tao, S, CHEMOSPHERE, 2004, 54, 507-514

253.Interactions of organic contaminants with mineral-adsorbed surfactants, Zhu, LZ; Chen, BL; Tao, S; Chiou, CT,  ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2003, 37, 4001-4006

BEHAVIOR AND FATE  Reaction

254.Heterogeneous Reactions of Particulate Matter-Bound PAHs and NPAHs with NO3/N2O5, OH Radicals, and O-3 under Simulated Long-Range Atmospheric Transport Conditions: Reactivity and Mutagenicity, Jariyasopit, N; Zimmermann, K; Schrlau, J; Arey, J; Atkinson, R; Yu, TW; Dashwood, RH; Tao, S; Simonich, SLM, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2014, 48, 10155-10164

255.Volatile fatty acids as electron donors for the reductive dechlorination of chloroethenes, Lu, XX; Li, GH; Tao, S*; Bosma, T; Gerritse, J,  JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A, 2002, 37, 439-449

256.Characteristic hydrogen concentrations for various redox processes in batch study, Lu, XX; Tao, S*; Bosma, T; Gerritse, J,  JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A, 2001, 36, 1725-1734

257.Treatment of atrazine by integrating photocatalytic, Chan, CY; Tao, S; Dawson, R; Wong, PK,  ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2004, 131, 45-54

258.Optimization of photocatalytic oxidation of 2,2`,3,3`-tetrachlorobiphenyl, Wong, KH; Tao, S; Dawson, R; Wong, R,  JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, 2004, 109, 149-155

259.Formation of Nitro-PAHs from the Heterogeneous Reaction of Ambient Particle-Bound PAHs with N2O5/NO3/NO2, Zimmermann, K; Jariyasopit, N; Simonich, SLM; Tao, S; Atkinson, R; Arey, J,, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2013, 47, 8434-8442

METHOD  Sampling, passive

260.Fugacity gradients of hydrophobic organics across the air-water interface measured with a novel passive sampler, Wu, CC; Yao, Y; Bao, LJ; Wu, FC; Wong, CS; Tao, S; Zeng, EY, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2016, 218, 1108-1115

261.A passive air sampler for characterizing the vertical concentration profile of gaseous phase polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in near soil surface air, Zhang, YZ; Deng, SX; Liu, YA; Shen, GF; Li, XQ; Cao, J; Wang, XL; Reid, B; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2011, 159, 694-699

262.A passive sampler with improved performance for collecting gaseous and particulate phase polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in air, Tao, S*; Cao, J; Wang, WT; Zhao, JY; Wang, W; Wang, ZH; Cao, HY; Xing, BS, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2009, 43, 4124-4129

263.A directional passive air sampler for monitoring polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in air mass, Tao, S*, Liu YN, Lang C, Wang WT, Yuan HS, Zhang DY, Qiu WX, Liu JM, Liu ZG, Liu SZ, Yi R, Ji M, Liu XX, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2008, 156, 435-441    

264.Calibration of a passive sampler for noth gaseous and particulate phase polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, Tao, S*; Liu, YN; Xu, W; Lang, C; Liu, SZ; Dou, H; Liu, WX, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2007, 41, 568-573

METHOD  Sampling, thermal

265.Performance study of a disk-to-disk thermal precipitator, Wang, B; Ou, QS; Tao, S; Chen, DR , JOURNAL OF AEROSOL SCIENCE  , 2012, 52, 45-56   

266.A Cylindrical Thermal Precipitator with a Particle Size-Selective Inlet, Wang, Bin; Tao, Shu; Chen, Da-Ren, AEROSOL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY  , 2012, 46, 1227-1238

METHOD  Analytical method;  

267.Comparison and Analysis of Organochlorine Pesticides and Hexabromobiphenyls in Environmental Samples by Gas Chromatography–Electron Capture Detector and Gas Chromatography–Mass Spectrometry, Liu, Y; Fu, XF; Tao, S; Liu L; Li, W; Meng, BJ, JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHIC SCIENCE, 2015, 53, 197-203

268.Freeze drying reduces the extractability of organochlorine pesticides in fish muscle tissue by microwave-assisted method, Zhang, YY; Lin, N; Su, S; Shen, GF; Chen, YC; Yang, CL; Li, W; Shen, HZ; Huang, Y; Chen, H; Wang, XL; Liu, WX; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2014, 191, 250-252

269.A novel pretreatment approach for fast determination of organochlorine pesticides in biotic samples, Yang DB, Wang YQ, Liu WX, Tao S, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B, 2008, 43, 307-313 

270.A method for determining pyrene in mucus using synchronous fluorimetry with multiple standard additions, Xie, YJ; Zhu, Y; Xu, FL*; Liu, XL, Xue, B, Tao, S, CHEMOSPHERE, 2007, 66, 1878-1883

271.Extraction of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and organochlorine pesticides from soils: A comparison between Soxhlet extraction, microwave-assisted extraction and accelerated solvent extraction techniques, Wang WT, Meng BJ, Lu XX, Liu Y, Tao S, ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA, 2007, 602, 211-222

272.Synchronous-scan fluorescence as a selective detection method for sodium dodecylbenzene-sulfonate and pyrene in environmental samples, Liu, XL; Tao, S; Deng, NS; Liu, Y; Meng, BJ; Xue, B; Liu, GH, ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA, 2006, 572, 134-139

273.Study on fluorescence emission and synchronous-scan fluorescence spectrea of Nitzschia hantzschiana solution with FE(III), Liu, XL; Deng, NS; Tao, S; Wu, F; Fang, T; Liu, JT,  FRESENIUS ENVIRONMENTAL BULLETIN, 2005, 14, 291-295

274.Synchronous-scan fluorescence spectra of Chlorella vulgaris solution, Liu, XL; Tao, S; Deng, N, CHEMOSPHERE, 2005, 60, 1550-1554

275.Sample purification for analysis of organochlorine pesticides in sediment and fish muscle, Pan, B; Liu, WX; Shi, Z; Cao, J; Shen, WR; Qing, BP; Sun, R; Tao, S*, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B, 2004, 39, 353-365

AIR POLLUTION  PM

276.Daily variations of size-segregated ambient particulate matter in Beijing, Zhou, BT; Shen, HZ; Yuang, Y; Li, W; Chen, H; Zhang, YY; Su, S; Chen, YC; Lin, N; Xhuo, SJ; Zhong, QR; Liu, JF; Li, BG, Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2015, 197, 36-42

277.Distribution of atmospheric particulate matter (PM) in rural field, rural village and urban areas of northern China, Li, W; Wang, C; Wang, HQJ; Chen, JW; Yuan, CY; Li, TC; Wang, WT; Shen, HZ; Huang, Y; Wang, R; Wang, B; Zhang, YY; Chen, H; Chen, YC; Tang, JH; Wang, XL; Liu, JF; Coveney, RM; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2014, 185, 134-140

278.Interannual variability of summertime aerosol optical depth over East Asia during 2000-2011: a potential influence from El Nino Southern Oscillation, Liu, YK; Liu, JF; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS, 2013, 8, 44034

279.Spatial and temporal variations of aerosol optical depth in China during the period from 2003 to 2006, Li BG, Yuan HS, Feng N, Tao S, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REMOTE SENSING, 2010, 31, 1801-1817

280.Atmospheric particulate matter pollution during the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Wang, WT; Primbs, T; Tao, S; Simonich, SLM, , ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2009, 43,  5314-5320

281.Comparing MODIS and AERONET aerosol optical depth over China, Li BG, Yuan HS, Feng N, Tao S, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REMOTE SENSING, 2009, 30, 6519-6529

AIR POLLUTION  PAHs

282.The gas/particle partitioning of nitro- and oxy-polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the atmosphere of northern China, Li, W, Shen, GF, Yuan, CY, Wang, C, Shen, HZ, Jiang, H, Zhang, YY, Chen, YC, Su, S, Lin, N, Tao, S*, ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH, 2016, 172, 66-73

283.Concentrations and origins of nitro-polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and oxy-polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in ambient air in urban and rural areas in northern China, Li, W; Wang, C; Shen, HZ; Su, S; Shen, GF; Huang, Y; Zhang, YY; Chen, YC; Chen, H; Lin, N; Zhuo, SJ; Zhong, QR; Wang, XL; Liu, JF; Li, BG; Liu, WX; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2015, 197, 156-164

284.Atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in rural and urban areas of northern China, Li, W; Wang, C; Wang, HQJ; Chen, JW; Shen, HZ; Shen, GF; Huang, Y; Wang, R; Wang, B; Zhang, YY; Chen, H; Chen, YC; Su, S; Lin, N; Tang, JH; Li, QB; Wang, XL; Liu, JF; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2014, 192, 83-90

285.Deposition flux of aerosol particles and 15 polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the North China Plain, Wang, XL; Liu, SZ; Zhao, JY; Zuo, Q; Liu, WX; Li, BG; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY, 2014, 33, 753-760

286.Atmospheric concentrations and air-soil gas exchange of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in remote, rural village and urban areas of Beijing-Tianjin region, North China, Wang, WT; Simonich, S; Giri, B; Chang, Y; Zhang, YG; Jia, YL; Tao, S*; Wang, R; Wang, B; Li, W; Cao, J; Lu, XX, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2011, 409, 2942-2950

287.Atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon concentrations and gas/particle partitioning at background, rural village and urban sites in the North China Plain, Wang, WT; Simonich, SLM; Wang, W; Giri, B; Zhao, JY; Xue, M; Cao, J; Lu, XX; Tao, S*, ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH, 2011, 99, 197-206

288.Spatial distribution and seasonal variation of atmospheric bulk deposition of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Beijing-Tianjin region, North China, Wang WT, Simonich SLM, Giric B, Xue M, Zhao JY, Chen SJ, Shen HZ, Shen GF, Wang R, Cao J, Tao S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2011, 159, 287-295

289.Concentration and Photochemistry of PAHs, NPAHs, and OPAHs and Toxicity of PM(2.5) during the Beijing Olympic Games, Wang, WT; Jariyasopit, N; Schrlau, J; Jia, YL; Tao, S; Yu, TW; Dashwood, RH; Zhang, W; Wang, XJ; Simonich, SLM*, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2011, 45, 6887-6895

290.Concentrations, sources and spatial distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soils from Beijing, Tianjin and surrounding areas, North China, Wang WT, Simonich SLM, Xue MA, Zhao JY, Zhang N, Wang R, Cao J, Tao S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2010, 158, 1245-1251  

291.Airborne particulates and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in ambient air in Donghe, Northern China, Wang W, Tao S*, Wang WT, Shen GF, Zhao JY, Lam KC, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING, 2009, 44, 854-860

292.Seasonal and spatial occurrence and distribution of atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in rural and urban areas of the North Chinese Plain, Liu SZ, Tao S*, Liu WX, Dou H, Liu YN, Zhao JY, Little RG, Tian ZF, Wang JF, Wang LG, Gao Y, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2008, 156, 651–656

293.Vertical distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in atmospheric boundary layer of Beijing in winter, Tao, S*; Wang Y, Wu SP, Liu SZ, Dou H, Lu YN, Lang C, Hu F, Xing BS, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2007, 41, 9594-9602

294.Atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in north china: a wintertime study, Liu SZ, Tao S*, Liu WX, Liu YN, Dou H, Zhao JY, Wang LG, Wang JF, Tian ZF, Gao Y, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2007, 41, 8256-8261

295.Characterization of TSP-bound n-alkanes and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons at rural and urban sites of Tianjin, China, Wu, SP, Tao, S*, Zhang, ZH, Lan, T, Zuo, Q,, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2007, 147, 203-210

296.Particle size distributions of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in rural and urban atmosphere of Tianjin, China, Wu, SP; Tao, S*; Liu, WX, CHEMOSPHERE, 2006, 62, 357-367

297.Distribution of particle-phase hydrocarbons, PAHs and OCPs in Tianjin, China, Wu, SP; Tao, S*; Zhang, ZH; Lan, T; Zuo, Q, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, 2005, 39, 7420-7432

298.Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in dustfall in Tianjin, China, Wu, SP; Tao, S*; Xu, FL; Dawson, R; Lan, T; Li, BG; Cao, J, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2005, 345, 115-126

AIR POLLUTION  Others

299.Summer atmospheric polybrominated diphenyl ethers in urban and rural areas of northern China , Wang, C; Li, W; Chen, JW; Wang, HQ; Li, TC; Shen, GF; Shen, HZ; Huang, Y; Wang, R; Wang, B; Zhang, YY; Tang, JH; Liu, WX; Wang, XL; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION  , 2012, 171, 234-240

300.Hexachlorocyclohexane and dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane residues in the dustfall of Tianjin, China, Wu, SP; Tao, S*; Lan, T; Li, BG; Cao, J; Liu, WX; Liu, Y; Meng, BJ, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A, 2005, 40, 1715-1730

WATER POLLUTION  Water

301.Distributions, sources, and ecological risks of DDT-related contaminants in water, suspended particulate matter, and sediments from Haihe Plain, Northern China, Wang, Y; He, W; Qin, N; He, QS; Kong, XZ; Tao, S; Xu, FL, ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT, 2013, 185, 1777-1790

302.Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) concentrations in the dissolved, particulate, and sediment phases in the Luan River watershed, China, Bai YJ, Li XQ, Liu WX, Tao S, Wang L, Wang JF, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A, 2008, 43, 365-374

303.Spatial and temporal variations and possible sources of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) and its metabolites in rivers in Tianjin, China, Tao, S*; Li, BG; He, XC; Liu WX; Shi, Z, CHEMOSPHERE, 2007, 68, 10-16

304.Partition and source diagnostics of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in rivers in Tianjin,China, Shi, Z; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2007, 146, 492-500

305.An approach to assess ecological risk for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in surface water from Tianjin, Yang, Y; Shi, X; Wong, PK; Dawson, R; Xu, FL; Liu, WX; Tao, S*, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A, 2006, 41, 1463-1482

306.Contamination of rivers in Tianjin, China by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, Shi, Z; Tao, S*; Pan, B; Fan, W; He, XC; Zuo, Q; Wu, SP; Li, BG; Cao, J; Liu, WX; Xu, FL; Wang, XJ; Shen, WR; Wong, PK, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2005, 134, 97-111

307.Fate of DDT-related compounds in Bohai Bay and its adjacent Haihe Basin, north China, Wan, Y; Hu, JY; Liu, JL; An, W; Tao, S; Jia, ZB, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 2005, 50, 439-445

308.Long-term temporal-spatial dynamics of marine coastal water quality in the Tolo Harbor, Hong Kong, China, Xu, FL; Lam, KC; Dawson, RW; Tao, S; Chen, YD,  JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES-CHINA, 2004, 16, 161-166

WATER POLLUTION  Sediment

309.Mediated distribution pattern of organic compounds in estuarine sediment by anthropogenic debris, Wu, CC; Bao, LJ; Tao, S; Zeng, EY, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2016, 565, 132-139

310.Significance of antifouling paint flakes to the distribution of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethanes (DDTs) in estuarine sediment, Wu, CC; Sao, LJ; Tao, S; Zeng, EY, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2016, 210, 253-260

311.Distributions, sources, and ecological risks of hexachlorocyclohexanes in the sediments from Haihe Plain, Northern China, Xu, FL; Kong, XZ; He, W; Qin, N; Zhu, Y; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH, 2013, 20, 2009-2019

312.Distribution and property of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in littoral surface sediments from the Yellow Sea, China, Hu J, Liu WX, Chen JL, Fan YS, Xing BS, Kang H, Tao S, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A, 2008, 43, 382-289

313.Multi-residues of organic pollutants in surface sediments from littoral areas of the Yellow Sea, China, Liu WX, Chen JL, Hu J, Lin X, Tao S, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 2008, 56, 1091–1103

314.Spatial distribution and species composition of PAHs in surface sediments from the Bohai Sea, Liu WX; Chen JL; Lin XM; Tao S, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 2007, 54, 97-116

315.Distribution and characteristics of organic micropollutants in surface sediments from Bohai Sea, Liu, WX; Chen, JL; Lin, XM; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2006, 140, 4-8

316.The distributions and effects of nutrients in the sediments of a shallow eutrophic Chinese lake, Xu, FL; Tao, S; Dawson, RW; Xu, ZR,  HYDROBIOLOGIA, 2003, 492, 85-93

WATER POLLUTION  Animals

317.Residual levels and health risk of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in freshwater fishes from Lake Small Bai-Yang-Dian, Northern China, Xu, FL; Wu, WJ; Wang, JJ; Qin, N; Wang, Y; He, QS; He, W; Tao, S, ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 2011, 222, 275-286

318.Distribution of persistent toxic substances in benthic bivalves from the inshore areas of the Yellow Sea, Liu WX, Hu J, Chen JL, Fan YS, Xing B, Tao S, ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY, 2008, 27, 57-66

319.Residual concentrations of micropollutants in benthic mussels in the coastal areas of Bohai Sea, North China, Liu, WX, Chen, JL, Lin, XM, Fan, YS, Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2007, 146, 470-477

320.Nonylphenol and nonylphenol ethoxylates in river water, drinking water, and fish tissues in the area of Chongqing, China, Shao, B; Hu, JY; Yang, M; An, W; Tao, S, ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY, 2005, 48, 467-473

SOIL POLLUTION  PAHs

321.Characteristics of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in agricultural soils at a typical coke production base in Shanxi, China, Duan, YH; Shen, GF; Tao, S; Hong, JP; Chen, YC; Xue, M; Li, TC; Su, S; Shen, HZ; Fu, XF; Meng, QC; Zhang, J; Zhang, B; Han, XY; Song, K, CHEMOSPHERE, 2015, 127, 64-69

322.Factors affecting spatial variation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in surface soils in North China Plain, Wang, XL; Zuo, Q; Duan, YH; Liu, WX; Cao, J; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY  , 2012, 31, 2246-2252   

323.Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and organochlorine pesticides in surface soils from the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau, Tao S*, Wang WT, Liu WX, Zuo Q, Wang XL, Wang R, Wang B, Shen GF, Yang YH, He JS, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING, 2011, 13, 175-181

324.Source apportionment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in surface soil in Tianjin, China, Zuo, Q; Duan, YH; Yang, Y; Wang, XJ, Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2007, 147, 303-310

325.Application of multivariate spatial analysis in scale-based distribution and source study of PAHs in the topsoil: an example from Tianjin, China, Wang, XJ; Liu, RM; Wang, KY; Hu, JD; Ye, YB; Zhang, SC; Xu, FL; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY, 2006, 49, 1208-1216

326.Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in agricultural soil and vegetables from Tianjin, Tao, S*; Cui, YH; Xu, F; Li, BG; Cao, J; Liu, W; Schmitt, G; Wang, XJ; Shen, W; Qing, BP; Sun, R, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2004, 320, 11-24

327.Distribution and sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soil profiles of Tianjin area, People`s Republic of China, Wang, XJ; Chen, J; Zhang, ZH; Piao, XY; Hu, JD; Tao, S,  BULLETIN OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY, 2004, 73, 739-748

328.Medium scale spatial structures of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the topsoil of Tianjin area, Wang, XJ; Zheng, Y; Liu, RM; Li, BG; Cao, J; Tao, S,  JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B, 2003, 38, 327-335

329.Determination of PAHs in wastewater irrigated agricultural soil using accelerated solvent extraction, Tao, S*; Cui, YH; Cao, J; Xu, FL; Dawson, R; Li, BG, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B, 2002, 37, 39-48

330.Identification of organic pollutants in agricultural soils from Tianjin, China, Tao, S* Deng, BS; Hermosin, B; Saiz-Jimenez, C, FRESENIUS ENVIRONMENT BULLITIN, 1993, 2, 677-682

SOIL POLLUTION  OCPs

331.Organochlorine pesticides contaminated surface soil as reemission source in the Haihe Plain, China, Tao, S*, Liu WX, Li Y, Yang Y, Zuo Q, Li BG, Cao J, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY    , 2008, 42, 8395-8400   

332.Spatial structure analysis and kriging of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane residues in topsoil from Tianjin, China,, Li, BG., Ran, Y, Cao, J, Liu, WX, Shen, WR., Wang, J, Coveney, Raymond. M., Jr., Tao, S., GEODERMA, 2007, 141, 71-77

333.Geostatistical analysis and kriging of hexachlorocyclohexane residues in topsoil from Tianjin, China, Li, BG; Cao, J; Liu, WX; Shen, WR; Wang, XJ; Tao, S*, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2006, 142, 567-575

334.Organochlorine pesticides in soil profiles from Tianjin, China, Wang, XJ; Piao, XY; Chen, J; Hu, JD; Xu, FL; Tao, S, CHEMOSPHERE, 2006, 64, 1514-1520

335.Residues of hexachlorocyclohexane isomers and their distribution characteristics in soils in the Tianjin area, China, Gong, ZM; Xu, FL; Dawson, R; Cao, J; Liu, WX; Li, BG; Shen, WR; Zhang, WJ; Qin, BP; Sun, R; Tao, S*, ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY, 2004, 46, 432-437

336.Level and distribution of DDT in surface soils from Tianjin, China, Gong, ZM; Tao, S*; Xu, FL; Dawson, R; Liu, WX; Cui, YH; Cao, J; Wang, XJ; Shen, WR; Zhang, WJ; Qing, BP; Sun, R, CHEMOSPHERE, 2004, 54, 1247-1253

SOIL POLLUTION  Metals

337.Critical loads of metals and other trace elements to terrestrial environments, Lofts, S; Chapman, P.; Dwyer, R.; Mclaughlin, M.; Schoeters, I.; Sheppard, S.; Adams, W.; Alloway, B.; Antunes, P.; Campbell, P.; Davies, B.; Degryse, F.; De Vries, W.; Farley, K.; Garrett, R.; Green, A.; Groenenberg, BJ.; Hale, B.; Harrass, M.; Hendershot, W.; Keller, A.; Lanno, R.; Liang, T.; Liu, WX.; Menzie, C.; Moolenaar, S.; Piatkiewicz, W.; Reimann, C.; Rieuwerts, J.; Santore, R.; Sauvé, S.; Schuetze, G.; Schlekat, C.; Skeaff, J.; Smolders, E.; Tao, S.; Wilkins, J.; Zhao, F, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2007, Sept.15, 6326-6331

338.Source identification, size distribution and indicator screening of airborne trace metals in Kanazawa, Japan, Wang, XL; Sato, T; Xing, BS; Tamamura, S; Tao, S, JOURNAL OF AEROSOL SCIENCE, 2005, 36, 197-210

339.Coregionalization analysis of heavy metals in the surface soil of Inner Mongolia, Xu, SP; Tao, S*, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2004, 320, 73-87

340.Kriging and PAH pollution assessment in the topsoil of Tianjin area, Wang, XJ; Zheng, Y; Liu, RM; Li, BG; Cao, J; Tao, S,  BULLETIN OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY, 2003, 71, 189-195

341.Factor score mapping of soil trace element contents for the Shenzhen area, Tao, S*, WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION, 1998, 102, 415-425

342.Spatial structures and relations of heavy metal content in wastewater irrigated agricultural soil of Beijing`s eastern farming regions, Wang, XJ; Tao, S,  BULLETIN OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY, 1998, 61, 261-268

343.kriging and mapping of copper, lead, and mercury contents in surface soil in Shenzhen area, Tao, S*, WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION, 1995, 83, 161-172

344.spatial structures of copper, lead, and mercury contents in surface soil in the Shenzhen area, Tao, S*, WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION, 1995, 82, 583-591

SOIL POLLUTION  Others

345.Kinetics of Brominated Flame Retardant (BFR) Releases from Granules of Waste Plastics, Sun, BB; Hu, YN; Cheng, HF; Tao, S, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2016, 50, 13419-13427

346.Quantifying nitrogen leaching response to fertilizer additions in China`s cropland, Gao, SS; Xu, P; Zhou, F; Yang, H; Zheng, CM; Cao, W; Tao, S; Piao, SL; Zhao, Y; Ji, XY; Shang, ZY; Chen, MP, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 2016, 211, 241-251

347.Preliminary evaluation on the use of homing pigeons as a biomonitor in urban areas, Liu WX, Ling X, Halbrook RS, Martineau D, Dou H, Liu X, Zhang G, Tao S, ECOTOXICOLOG, 2010, 19, 295-305

348.Analysis of silicon concentration periodicity for the past 2,4 Ma in sediments from Lake Baikal site BDP 96-2, Dawson, R; Wei, R; Tao, S; Ito, Y; Yamanaka, K; Haraguchi, H,  CLIMATE RESEARCH, 2004, 26, 193-197

OTHERS  Ecological health, lakes

349.Restoration of marine coastal ecosystem health as a new goal for integrated catchment management in Tolo Harbor, Hong Kong, China, Xu, FL; Hao, JY; Tao, S; Dawson, RW; Lam, KC; Chen, YQD, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, 2006, 37, 540-552

350.A triangle model for evaluating the sustainability status and trends of economic development, Xu, FL; Zhao, SS; Dawson, RW; Hao, JY; Zhang, Y; Tao, S, ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 2006, 195, 327-337

351.An ecosystem health index methodology (EHIM) for lake ecosystem health assessment, Xu, FL; Zhao, ZY; Zhan, W; Zhao, SS; Dawson, RW; Tao, S, ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 2005, 188, 327-339

352.The 7-decade degradation of a large freshwater lake in central Yangtze river, China, Zhao, SQ; Fang, JY; Miao, SL; Gu, B; Tao, S; Peng, CH; Tang, ZY,  ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2005, 39, 431-436

353.Marine coastal ecosystem health assessment: a case study of the Tolo Harbour, Hong Kong, China, Xu, FL; Lam, KC; Zhao, ZY; Zhan, W; Chen, YD; Tao, S,  ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 2004, 173, 355-370

354.History development and characteristics of lake ecological models, Xu, FL; Tao, S; Dawson, RW; Lu, XY,  JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES-CHINA, 2002, 14, 255-263

355.System-level responses of lake ecosystems to chemical stresses using exergy and structural exergy as ecological indicators, Xu, FL; Dawson, RW; Tao, S; Li, BG; Cao, J, CHEMOSPHERE, 2002, 46, 173-185

356.A GIS-based method of lake eutrophication assessment, Xu, FL; Tao, S; Dawson, RW; Li, BG,  ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 2001, 144, 231-244

357.Lake ecosystem health assessment: Indicators and methods, Xu, FL; Tao, S; Dawson, RW; Li, PG; Cao, J,  WATER RESEARCH, 2001, 35, 3157-3167

358.A method for lake ecosystem health assessment: an Ecological Modeling Method (EMM) and its application, Xu, FL; Dawson, RW; Tao, S; Cao, J; Li, BG,  HYDROBIOLOGIA, 2001, 443, 159-175

359.The restoration of riparian wetlands and macrophytes in Lake Chao: an eutrophic Chinese lake: possibilities and effects, Xu, FL; Tao, S; Xu, ZR,  HYDROBIOLOGIA, 1999, 405, 169-178

360.Modeling the effects of ecological engineering on ecosystem health of a shallow eutrophic Chinese lake (Lake Chao), Xu, FL; Jorgensen, SE; Tao, S; Li, BG,  ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 1999, 117, 239-260

361.Ecological indicators for assessing freshwater ecosystem health, Xu, FL; Jorgensen, SE; Tao, S,  ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 1999, 116, 77-106

OTHERS  Vegetation

362.The carbon budget of terrestrial ecosystems in East Asia over the last two decades , Piao, SL; Ito, A; Li, SG; Huang, Y; Ciais, P; Wang, XH; Peng, SS; Nan, HJ; Zhao, C; Ahlstrom, A; Andres, RJ; Chevallier, F; Fang, JY; Hartmann, J; Huntingford, C; Jeong, S; Levis, S; Levy, PE; Li, JS; Lomas, MR; Mao, JF; Mayorga, E; Mohammat, A; Muraoka, H; Peng, CH; Peylin, P; Poulter, B; Shen, ZH; Shi, X; Sitch, S; Tao, S; Tian, HQ; Wu, XP;  Xu, M; Yu, GR; Viovy, N; Zaehle, S; Zeng, N; Zhu, B, BIOGEOSCIENCES  , 2012, 9, 3571-3586

363.Spatial and temporal variations of AOD over land at the global scale, Li BG, Su S, Yuan HS, Tao S, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REMOTE SENSING, 2012, 33, 2097-2111

364.Changes in biomass carbon stocks in China`s grasslands between 1982 and 1999, Piao, SL, Fang, JY, Zhou, LM, Tan, K, Tao, S, GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES, 2007, 21, GB2002

365.Changes in vegetation net primary productivity from 1982 to 1999 in China, Piao, SL; Fang, JY; Zhou, LM; Zhu, B; Tan, K; Tao, S, GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES, 2005, 19, GB2027

366.Variation in a satellite-based vegetation index in relation to climate in China, Piao, SL; Fang, JY; Ji, W; Guo, QH; Ke, JH; Tao, S,  JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE, 2004, 15, 219-226

367.Interannual variations of monthly and seasonal normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) in China from 1982 to 1999, Piao, SL; Fang, JY; Zhou, LM; Guo, QH; Henderson, M; Ji, W; Li, Y; Tao, S,  JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, 2003, 108, 4401,doi:10

368.Increasing net primary production in China from 1982 to 1999, Fang, JY; Piao, S; Field, CB; Pan, Y; Guo, QH; Zhou, LM; Peng, CH; Tao, S,  FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT, 2003, 1, 293-297

369.Relations between AVHRR NDVI and ecoclimatic parameters in China, Li, BG; Tao, S; Dawson, RW,  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REMOTE SENSING, 2002, 23, 989-999

OTHERS  Noise

370.Influence of expanding ring roads on traffic noise in Beijing City, Li, BG; Tao, S,  APPLIED ACOUSTICS, 2004, 65, 243-249

371.Evaluation and analysis of traffic noise from the main urban roads in Beijing, Li, BG; Tao, S; Dawson, RW,  APPLIED ACOUSTICS, 2002, 63, 1137-1142

372.A GIS based road traffic noise prediction model, Li, BG; Tao, S; Dawson, RW; Cao, J; Lam, K,  APPLIED ACOUSTICS, 2002, 63, 679-691

OTHERS  Others

373.Environmental science and research in China: A snapshot of the current state, Zeng EY, Tao S, ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY, 2008, 27, 1-3

374.A physical-mathematical model for the transport of heavy metals and toxic matter from point sources by geogas microbubbles, Zhou, ZY; Tao, S; Xu, FL; Dawson, R,  ECOLOGICAL MODELLING, 2003, 161, 139-149

375.Concurrency: a system design approach to environmental management and sustainability, Dawson, RW; Tao, S,  JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES-CHINA, 2002, 14, 63-69

376.Error propagation in geochemical calculations of groundwater-mineral interactions: A case study from the Pingdingshan Coalfield, Henan, Wang, GC; Tao, S; Shen, ZL; Zhong, ZS,  ACTA GEOLOGICA SINICA, 2000, 74, 394-399.


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