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Inequalities in carbon intensity in China: A multi-scalar and multi-mechanism analysis 期刊论文
APPLIED ENERGY, 2019, 卷号: 254, 页码: 10
Authors:  Wang, Shaojian;  Wang, Jieyu;  Fang, Chuanglin;  Feng, Kuishuang
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Carbon intensity  Regional inequality  Multi-scale and multi-mechanism analysis  Spatial Markov chains  China  
Socioeconomic driving forces and scenario simulation of CO2 emissions for a fast-developing region in China 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, 2019, 卷号: 216, 页码: 217-229
Authors:  Wang, Shaojian;  Wang, Jieyu;  Li, Shijie;  Fang, Chuanglin;  Feng, Kuishuang
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CO2 emissions  STIRPAT model  Ridge regression  Scenario analysis  Guangdong province  
The effect of natural and anthropogenic factors on PM2.5: Empirical evidence from Chinese cities with different income levels 期刊论文
SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2019, 卷号: 653, 页码: 157-167
Authors:  Liu, Qianqian;  Wang, Shaojian;  Zhang, Wenzhong;  Li, Jiaming;  Dong, Guanpeng
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PM2.5 concentrations  Meteorological conditions  Anthropogenic factors  Income level cities  
Examining the effects of income inequality on CO2 emissions: Evidence from non-spatial and spatial perspectives 期刊论文
APPLIED ENERGY, 2019, 卷号: 236, 页码: 163-171
Authors:  Liu, Qianqian;  Wang, Shaojian;  Zhang, Wenzhong;  Li, Jiaming;  Kong, Yunlong
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CO2 emissions  Gini  Global Moran's I  Panel regression model  
Estimating the impacts of urban form on CO2 emission efficiency in the Pearl River Delta, China 期刊论文
CITIES, 2019, 卷号: 85, 页码: 117-129
Authors:  Wang, Shaojian;  Wang, Jieyu;  Fang, Chuanglin;  Li, Shijie
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Urban form  CO2 emission efficiency  Landscape metrics  Panel data analysis  Pearl River Delta  
Examining the spatial variations of determinants of energy-related CO2 emissions in China at the city level using Geographically Weighted Regression Model 期刊论文
APPLIED ENERGY, 2019, 卷号: 235, 页码: 95-105
Authors:  Wang, Shaojian;  Shi, Chenyi;  Fang, Chuanglin;  Feng, Kuishuang
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CO2 emissions  City-level  DMSP/OLS  Geographically Weighted Regression Model  China  
Decarbonizing China's Urban Agglomerations 期刊论文
ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF GEOGRAPHERS, 2019, 卷号: 109, 期号: 1, 页码: 266-285
Authors:  Wang, Shaojian;  Fang, Chuanglin;  Sun, Laixiang;  Su, Yongxian;  Chen, Xiuzhi;  Zhou, Chunshan;  Feng, Kuishuang;  Hubacek, Klaus
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aglomeraciones urbanas  imagenes de luminosidad nocturna  intensidad de la emision de CO2  modelado espaciotemporal.  
Structural contribution and scenario simulation of highway passenger transit carbon emissions in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei metropolitan region, China 期刊论文
RESOURCES CONSERVATION AND RECYCLING, 2019, 卷号: 140, 页码: 209-215
Authors:  Ma, Haitao;  Sun, Wei;  Wang, Shaojian;  Kang, Lei
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Highway passenger transit  Carbon emissions  Spatio-temporal change  LEAP model  Scenario simulation  BTH region  
Income distribution and environmental quality in China: A spatial econometric perspective 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, 2018, 卷号: 205, 页码: 14-26
Authors:  Liu, Qianqian;  Wang, Shaojian;  Zhang, Wenzhong;  Li, Jiaming
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Income distribution  Environmental quality  Gini index  Spatial econometric model  Environmental Kuznets curve  
Spatial variations of PM2.5 in Chinese cities for the joint impacts of human activities and natural conditions: A global and local regression perspective 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, 2018, 卷号: 203, 页码: 143-152
Authors:  Wang, Shaojian;  Liu, Xiaoping;  Yang, Xue;  Zou, Bin;  Wang, Jieyu
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PM2.5  Human activities  Topographic and meteorological conditions  Geographically weighted regression