Department of Geography and Resource Management (GRM), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Research Collaborations

Transboundary air pollution in China and UK: Intensity, Attribution and Impacts

Private: Prof. YIM Hung Lam, Steve



Prof. Jim Haywood (University of Exeter)

Project period:

1-1-2019 to 30-6-2021

Funding source:

CUHK–University of Exeter Joint Centre for Environmental Sustainability & Resilience (ENSURE)

Funded amount:

HKD 1,015,120


Air pollution has become a critical global environmental problem and causes significant public health impacts. Even though this environmental problem is of importance to human health, our knowledge about emissions, chemical transformations and deposition rates of air pollutants and the resultant population exposures is still limited. We propose this comprehensive study to address this issue using Doppler LiDARs network, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and atmospheric modeling.