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- Wang, Shasha, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Journal of cleaner production 2019 v.229 pp. 570-581
- carbon; economic development; economic regions; emissions; energy; issues and policy; models; China
- ... The transport sector is steadily becoming a new major source of carbon emissions in China. A better understanding of decoupling economic outputs from carbon emissions in the Chinese transport sector could facilitate the country's move to low-carbon transport. This study combines the Tapio decoupling model and Log Mean Divisia Index method to develop a decoupling effort model, in order to quantify ...
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- Environmental pollution 2018 v.234 pp. 876-884
- Clupea pallasii pallasii; aquatic environment; carbon; chlorinated naphthalenes; chlorine; coasts; dibenzofuran; eating habits; emissions; food chain; humans; marine fish; polychlorinated biphenyls; toxicity; China
- ... Polychlorinated naphthalenes (PCNs) have been found widely in the aquatic environment and can be transferred through food chains, which can magnify or dilute their toxic effects on humans. In this study, PCNs were analyzed in samples of 17 species of fish with different dietary habits collected in the Bohai coastal area in China. Dichloronaphthalenes, which have rarely been quantified in previous ...