Publications by Type: Thesis

2014
Junling Huang. 2014. “A climate-friendly energy future: Prospects for wind.” School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University. Publisher's VersionAbstract
The objective of this thesis is to evaluate the potential for wind as an alternative energy source to replace fossil fuels and reduce global CO2 emissions. From 1995 to 2007, fossil fuels as the major energy source accounted for an addition of 89.3 Gt of carbon to the atmosphere over this period, 29 % of which was transferred to the ocean, 15 % to the global biosphere, with the balance (57 %) retained in the atmosphere. Building a low-carbon and climate-friendly energy system is becoming increasingly urgent to combat the threat of global warming.
2010
Xi Lu. 2010. “Electricity from Wind: Opportunities and Challenges.” School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University.
2009
Jieping Li. 2009. “Application of latent variables in transport planning models.” Department of Geography and Environment, Boston University. Publisher's Version
2008
Rui Wang. 2008. “Autos, transit and bicycles: Transport choices in Chinese cities.” Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
2006
Xiaoqi Guo. 2006. “The economic value of air-pollution-related health risks in China.” Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics, Ohio State University.
2004
Yuxuan Wang. 2004. “Emissions from China: Implications for the regional and global environment.” Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Harvard University.
2002
Ying Zhou. 2002. “Evaluating Power Plant Emissions in China: Human Exposure and Valuation.” Harvard School of Public Health.
2001
Karolin Kokaz. 2001. “Optimal modal transport choice in the face of different strategies for air quality management in urban transport planning.” Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University.
1996
Fiona Elizabeth Murray. 1996. “Environment and technology in investment decision making: Power sector planning in China.” Division of Applied Sciences, Harvard University.