Kang Sun

PhD

Kang Sun.

Kang Sun

PhD

Kang Sun

PhD

Research Topics

Chemistry and physics of Earth's atmosphere; Sustainable urban development; Public health; Global climate change

Contact Information

230 Jarvis Hall

Buffalo NY, 14260

Phone: (716) 645-6167

kangsun@buffalo.edu

Biography Publications Teaching Research Honors and Awards

Recent Publications

  • G. Huang and K. Sun, Non-negligible impacts of clean air regulations on the reduction of tropospheric NO2 over East China during the COVID-19 pandemic observed by OMI and TROPOMI, Science of The Total Environment, 2020
  • K. Sun, L. Zhu, K. Cady-Pereira, C. Chan Miller, K. Chance, L. Clarisse, P.-F. Coheur, G. Gonzalez Abad, G. Huang, X. Liu, M. Van Damme, K. Yang, and M. Zondlo, Aphysics-based approach to oversample multi-satellite, multispecies observations to a common grid, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 2018
  • K. Sun, I. Gordon, C. Sioris, X. Liu, K. Chance, and S. Wofsy, Reevaluating the use of O2 singlet delta band in spaceborne remote sensing of greenhouse gases, Geophysical Research Letters, 2018.
  • J. Kelly, C. Parworth, Q. Zhang, D. Miller, K. Sun, M. Zondlo, K. Baker, A. Wisthaler, J.Nowak, S. Pusede, R. Cohen. A.Weinheimer, A. Beyersdorf, G. Tonnesen, J. Bash, L. Valin, J.Crawford, A. Fried, and J. Walega, Modeling NH4NO3 over the San Joaquin Valley during the 2013 DISCOVER-AQ campaign, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 2018.
  • K. Sun, X. Liu, G. Huang, G. Gonzalez Abad, Z. Cai, K. Chance, and K. Yang, Deriving the slit functions from OMI solar observations and its implications for ozone-prole retrieval, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 2017.
  • J. Bak, X. Liu, J. Kim, D. Haner, K. Chance, K. Yang, and K Sun, Characterization and Correction of OMPS Nadir Mapper Measurements for Ozone Prole Retrievals, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 2017.
  • K. Sun, X. Liu, C. Nowlan, Z. Cai, K. Chance, C. Frankenberg, R. Lee, R. Pollock, R. Rosenberg, and D. Crisp, Characterization of the OCO-2 instrument line shape functions using on-orbit solar measurements, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 2017.
  • K. Sun, L. Tao, D. Miller, D. Pan, L. Golston, M. Zondlo, R. Grin, H.Wallace, Y. Leong, M. Yang, Y. Zhang, D. Mauzerall, and T. Zhu, Vehicle emissions as an important urban ammonia source in the United States and China, Environmental Science & Technology, 2017.
  • D. Crisp, R. Pollock, R. Rosenberg, L. Chapsky, R. Lee, F. Oyafuso, C. Frankenberg, C. O'Dell, C. Bruegge, G. Doran, A. Eldering, B. Fisher, D. Fu, M. Gunson, L. Mandrake, G. Osterman, K. Sun, T. Taylor, P. Wennberg, and D. Wunch, The on-orbit performance of the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) instrument and its radiometrically calibrated products, Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 2017.
  • D. Jacob, A. Turner, J. Maasakkers, J. Sheng, K. Sun, X. Liu, K. Chance, I. Aben, J. McKeever, and C. Frankenberg, Satellite observations of atmospheric methane and their value for quantifying methane emissions, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2016.
  • A. Michel, D. Miller, K. Sun, L. Tao, L. Stanton, and M. Zondlo, Long-Path Quantum Cascade LaserBased Sensor for Methane Measurements, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 2016.