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46. Feron, S., Cordero, R. R.*, Damiani, A., Oyola, P., Ansari, T., Pedemonte, J. C., Wang, C., Ouyang, Z., & Gallo, V. (2023). Compound climate-pollution extremes in Santiago de Chile. Scientific Reports, 13, 6726. Full Text.

45. Yang, X., Wang, Z.-H.*, Wang, C., & Lai, Y.-C. (2023). Finding causal gateways of precipitation over the contiguous United States. Geophysical Research Letters, 50(4), e2022GL101942. Full Text.


44. Li, Y.*, Wang, C., Huang, R., Yan, D., Peng, H.*, & Xiao, S. (2022). Spatial distribution of oceanic moisture contributions to precipitation over the Tibetan Plateau. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 26(24), 6413–6426. Full Text.

43. Yang, S., Liu, J.*, Wang, C., Zhang, T., Dong, X., & Liu, Y. (2022). Vegetation dynamics influenced by climate change and human activities in the Hanjiang River Basin, central China. Ecological Indicators, 145, 109586. Full Text.

42. Huang, X., Song, J.*, Wang, C., & Chan, P. W. (2022). Realistic representation of city street-level human thermal stress via a new urban climate-human coupling system. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 169, 112919. Full Text.

41. Yang, X., Wang, Z.-H.*, Wang, C., & Lai, Y.-C. (2022). Detecting the causal influence of thermal environments among climate regions in the United States. Journal of Environmental Management, 322, 116001. Full Text.

C2. Zhu, B.*†, Lui, N.*†, Irvin, J.*†, Le, J., Tadwalkar, S., Wang, C., Ouyang, Z., Liu, F. Y., Ng., A. Y., & Jackson, R. B. (2022). METER-ML: A multi-sensor Earth observation benchmark for automated methane source mapping. In Gruca, A., Robinson, C., Yokoya, N., Zhou, J., and Ghamisi, P. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Complex Data Challenges in Earth Observation (CDCEO 2022), pp. 33–43. IJCAI-ECAI 2022: the 31st International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence and the 25th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Vienna, Austria, July 23–29, 2022. Full Text. (conference paper)

40. Ouyang, Z.*, Sciusco, P., Tong, J., Feron, S., Lei, C., Li, F., John, R., Fan, P., Li, X., Williams, C., Chen, G., Wang, C., & Chen, J.* (2022). Albedo changes caused by future urbanization contribute to global warming. Nature Communications, 13, 3800. Full Text.

39. Wang, C.*, Miller, J., Jackson, R. B., & Carstensen L. L. (2022). Combating climate change in an era of longevity. Generations Journal, 46(2), 1–10. Full Text.

38. Jackson, R. B.*, Ahlström, A., Hugelius, G., Wang, C., Porporato, A., Ramaswami, A., Roy, J., & Yin, J. (2022). Human well-being and per capita energy use. Ecosphere, 13(4), e3978. Full Text.

37. Yang, X., Wang, Z.-H.*, & Wang, C. (2022). Critical transitions in the hydrological system: early-warning signals and network analysis. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 26(7), 1845–1856. Full Text.

36. Cordero, R., Sepúlveda, E., Feron, S.*, Wang, C., Damiani, A., Fernandoy, F., Neshyba, S., Rowe, P. M., Asencio, V., Carrasco, J., Alfonso, J. A., MacDonell, S., Sechmeyer, G., Carrera, J. M., Jorquera, Llanillo, P., J., Dana, J., Khan, A. L., & Casassa, G. (2022). Black carbon in the Southern Andean snowpack. Environmental Research Letters, 17(4), 044042. Full Text.

35. Cordero, R., Sepúlveda, E., Feron, S.*, Damiani, A.*, Fernandoy, F., Neshyba, S., Rowe, P. M., Asencio, V., Carrasco, J., Alfonso, J. A., Llanillo, P., Wachter, P., Sechmeyer, G., Stepanova, M.*, Carrera, J. M., Jorquera, J., Wang, C., Malhotra, A., Dana, J., Khan, A. L., & Casassa, G. (2022). Black carbon footprint of human presence in Antarctica. Nature Communications, 13, 984. Full Text.


34. Wang, C.*, Sierra Huertas, D., Rowe, J. W., Finkelstein, R., Carstensen, L. L., & Jackson, R. B. (2021). Rethinking the urban physical environment for century-long lives: from age-friendly to longevity-ready cities. Nature Aging, 1, 1088–1095. Full Text.

33. Liu, J., Xiao, S., Wang, C., Yang, Z.*, Liu, D. Guo, X., Liu, L., & Lorke, A. (2021). Spatial and temporal variability of dissolved methane concentrations and diffusive emissions in the Three Gorges Reservoir. Water Research, 207, 117788. Full Text.

32. Li, Y., Wang, C., & Su, F.* (2021). Evaluation of CMIP6 models over two Third Pole subregions with contrasting circulation systems. Journal of Climate, 34(22), 9133–9152. Full Text.

31. Cordero, R., Feron, S.*, Sepúlveda, E., Damiani, A., Carrera, J. M., Jorquera, J., Alfonso, J. A., Fuenzalida, R., Rivas, M., MacDonell, S., Sechmeyer, G., Wang, C., Ouyang, Z., & Lhermitte, S. (2021). Evaluation of MODIS-derived estimates of the albedo over the Atacama Desert using ground-based spectral measurements. Scientific Reports, 11, 19822. Full Text.

30. Li, Y., Wang, C., Peng, H., Xiao, S., & Yan, D.* (2021). Contribution of moisture sources to precipitation changes in the Three Gorges Reservoir Region. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 25(9), 4759–4772. Full Text.

29. Huang, X., Song, J.*, Wang, C., Chui, T. F. M., & Chan, P. W. (2021). The synergistic effect of urban heat and moisture islands in a compact high-rise city. Building and Environment, 205, 108274. Full Text.

28. Wang, Z.-H.*, Wang, C., & Yang, X. (2021). Dynamic synchronization of extreme heat in complex climate networks in the contiguous United States. Urban Climate, 38, 100909. Full Text.

27. Wang, C.*, Wang, Z.-H., Kaloush, K. E., & Shacat, J. (2021). Cool pavements for urban heat island mitigation: A synthetic review. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 146, 111171. Full Text.

26. Wang, C.*, Wang, Z.-H., & Ryu, Y.-H. (2021). A single-layer urban canopy model with transmissive radiation exchange between trees and street canyons. Building and Environment, 191, 107593. Full text.

25. Wang, C.*, Wang, Z.-H., Kaloush, K. E., & Shacat, J. (2021). Perceptions of urban heat island mitigation and implementation strategies: survey and gap analysis. Sustainable Cities and Society, 66, 102687. Full Text.


C1. Wang, C.* (2020). Landscape phenology and soil moisture dynamics influenced by irrigation in a desert urban environment. In Ghaffarianhoseini, A., Ghaffarianhoseini A., and Nasmith N. (Eds.), Imaginable Futures: Design Thinking, and the Scientific Method, pp. 670–679. 54th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA) 2020. Auckland, New Zealand, November 26–27, 2020. Full Text. (conference paper)

24. Zhang, F.†, Wang, C.†, & Wang, Z.-H.* (2020). Responses of natural vegetation to climate in dryland ecosystems: A case study between Xinjiang and Arizona. Remote Sensing, 12(21), 3567. Full Text.

23. Wang, C., Wang, Z.-H.*, & Li, Q. (2020). Emergence of urban clustering among U.S. cities under environmental stressors. Sustainable Cities and Society, 63, 102481. Full Text.

22. Wang, C., Wang, Z.-H.*, & Sun, L. (2020). Early-warning signals for critical temperature transitions. Geophysical Research Letters, 47(14), e2020GL088503. Full Text.

21. Wang, C., & Wang, Z.-H.* (2020). A network-based toolkit for evaluation and intercomparison of weather prediction and climate modeling. Journal of Environmental Management, 268, 110709. Full Text.


20. Yang, J.,*†, Hu, L.,*†, & Wang, C. (2019). Population dynamics modify urban residents’ exposure to extreme temperatures across the United States. Science Advances, 5(12), eaay3452. Full Text.

19. Wang, C., Wang, Z.-H.*, & Yang, J. (2019). Urban water capacity: Irrigation for heat mitigation. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 78, 101397. Full Text.

18. Wang, C., Wang, Z.-H.*, Wang, C. Y., & Myint, S. W. (2019). Environmental cooling provided by urban trees under extreme heat and cold waves in U.S. cities. Remote Sensing of Environment, 227, 28–43. Full Text.


17. Wang, C., Li, Q., & Wang, Z.-H.* (2018). Quantifying the impact of urban trees on passive pollutant dispersion using a coupled large-eddy simulation–Lagrangian stochastic model. Building and Environment, 145, 33–49. Full Text.

16. Wang, C., Wang, Z.-H.*, & Yang, J. (2018). Cooling effect of urban trees on the built environment of contiguous United States. Earth’s Future, 6(8), 1066–1081. Full Text.

15. Song, J.*, Wang, Z.-H., & Wang, C. (2018). The regional impact of urban heat mitigation strategies on planetary boundary-layer dynamics over a semiarid city. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123(12), 6410–6422. Full Text.

14. Wang, C., Wang, Z.-H.*, Yang, J., & Li, Q. (2018). A backward-Lagrangian-stochastic footprint model for the urban environment. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 168, 59–80. Full Text.


13. Wang, C.*, Wang, C. Y., Myint, S. W., & Wang, Z.-H. (2017). Landscape determinants of spatio-temporal patterns of aerosol optical depth in the two most polluted metropolitans in the United States. Science of the Total Environment, 609, 1556–1565. Full Text.

12. Wang, C., & Wang, Z.-H.* (2017). Projecting population growth as a dynamic measure of regional urban warming. Sustainable Cities and Society, 32, 357–365. Full Text.

11. Song, J.*, Wang, Z.-H., & Wang, C. (2017). Biospheric and anthropogenic contributors to atmospheric CO2 variability in a residential neighborhood of Phoenix, Arizona. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 122(6), 3317–3329. Full Text.


10. Wang, Z.-H.*, Fan, C., Myint, S. W., & Wang, C. (2016). Size matters: What are the characteristic source areas for urban planning strategies? PLoS One, 11(11), e0165726. Full Text.

9. Xiao, S.*, Wang, C., Wilkinson, R. J., Liu, D., Zhang, C., Xu, W., Yang, Z., Wang, Y., & Lei, D. (2016). Theoretical model for diffusive greenhouse gas fluxes estimation across water-air interfaces measured with the static floating chamber method. Atmospheric Environment, 137, 45–52. Full Text.

8. Wang, C., Liu, J.*, Dong, X., & Yu, D. (2016). Runoff response to RCP scenarios of CMIP5 climate change projections in Qingjiang River Basin. Journal of Central China Normal University (Natural Sciences), 50(3), 449–456. Full Text (in Chinese).

7. Wang, C., Liu, J.*, Dong, X., & Yu, D. (2016). Research of runoff change in Qingjiang River Basin based on CMIP5 climate model. Water Resources and Power, 34(7), 16–20. Full Text (in Chinese).

2015 and earlier

6. Wang, C.*, & Li, X. (2015). Primary assessment of the daytime aquatic environment in summer at Three Gorges Reservoir and Yangtze River’s Yichang section. Science and Technology Innovation Herald, 12(3), 111–114. Full Text (in Chinese).

5. Xiao, S.*, Yang, H., Liu, D., Zhang, C., Lei, D., Wang, Y., Peng, F., Li, Y., Wang, C., Li, X., Wu, G., & Liu, L. (2014). Gas transfer velocities of methane and carbon dioxide in a subtropical shallow pond. Tellus B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology, 66, 23795. Full Text.

4. Xiao, S.*, Liu, W., Yang, H., Lei, D., Wang, Y., Peng, F., Li, Y., Wang, C., Zhang C., Li, X., Wu, G., Liu, L., & Ouyang, K. (2014). Extreme methane bubbling emissions from a subtropical shallow eutrophic pond. Austin Biometrics and Biostatistics, 1(2), id1006. Full Text.

3. Wang, C., Xiao, S.*, Li, Y., Zhong, H., Li, X., & Peng, F. (2014). Methane formation and consumption processes in Xiangxi Bay of the Three Gorges Reservoir. Scientific Reports, 4, 4449. Full Text.

2. Wang, C.* (2014). Current research of sediment incipient motion velocity. Science and Technology Innovation Herald, 11(27): 32–36. Full Text (in Chinese).

1. Wang, C.*, & Luo Z. (2012). An approach for calculating the outflow of a hydropower plant with guaranteed output under sparse data conditions. New Technology & New Products of China, 19: 70–71. Full Text (in Chinese).

Note: A full list of journal publications, conference papers, and technical articles and reports is available in Dr. Chenghao Wang’s CV.