Ling Shao (邵玲)
Ling Shao (邵玲)
China University of Geosciences, Beijing
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Three-scale input–output modeling for urban economy: carbon emission by Beijing 2007
GQ Chen, S Guo, L Shao, JS Li, ZM Chen
Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation 18 (9), 2493-2506, 2013
1472013
Low-carbon building assessment and multi-scale input–output analysis
GQ Chen, H Chen, ZM Chen, B Zhang, L Shao, S Guo, SY Zhou, ...
Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation 16 (1), 583-595, 2011
1422011
Global land-water nexus: Agricultural land and freshwater use embodied in worldwide supply chains
B Chen, MY Han, K Peng, SL Zhou, L Shao, XF Wu, WD Wei, SY Liu, Z Li, ...
Science of the Total Environment 613, 931-943, 2018
1292018
Water footprint assessment for wastewater treatment: method, indicator, and application
L Shao, GQ Chen
Environmental science & technology 47 (14), 7787-7794, 2013
892013
Low-carbon assessment for ecological wastewater treatment by a constructed wetland in Beijing
GQ Chen, L Shao, ZM Chen, Z Li, B Zhang, H Chen, Z Wu
Ecological Engineering 37 (4), 622-628, 2011
892011
Inventory and input–output analysis of CO2 emissions by fossil fuel consumption in Beijing 2007
S Guo, L Shao, H Chen, Z Li, JB Liu, FX Xu, JS Li, MY Han, J Meng, ...
Ecological Informatics 12, 93-100, 2012
842012
Embodied energy consumption of building construction engineering: case study in E-town, Beijing
MY Han, GQ Chen, L Shao, JS Li, A Alsaedi, B Ahmad, S Guo, MM Jiang, ...
Energy and Buildings 64, 62-72, 2013
812013
Embodied energy assessment for ecological wastewater treatment by a constructed wetland
L Shao, Z Wu, L Zeng, ZM Chen, Y Zhou, GQ Chen
Ecological modelling 252, 63-71, 2013
662013
Embodied greenhouse gas emission by Macao
JS Li, GQ Chen, TM Lai, B Ahmad, ZM Chen, L Shao, X Ji
Energy Policy 59, 819-833, 2013
652013
Systems accounting for energy consumption and carbon emission by building
L Shao, GQ Chen, ZM Chen, S Guo, MY Han, B Zhang, T Hayat, A Alsaedi, ...
Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation 19 (6), 1859-1873, 2014
602014
Carbon emissions from fossil fuel consumption of Beijing in 2012
L Shao, D Guan, N Zhang, Y Shan, GQ Chen
Environmental Research Letters 11 (11), 114028, 2016
522016
Carbon emission imbalances and the structural paths of Chinese regions
L Shao, Y Li, K Feng, J Meng, Y Shan, D Guan
Applied Energy 215, 396-404, 2018
502018
Renewable resource for agricultural ecosystem in China: ecological benefit for biogas by-product for planting
JS Li, N Duan, S Guo, L Shao, C Lin, JH Wang, J Hou, Y Hou, J Meng, ...
Ecological Informatics 12, 101-110, 2012
482012
Embodied water for urban economy: a three-scale input–output analysis for Beijing 2010
MY Han, GQ Chen, MT Mustafa, T Hayat, L Shao, JS Li, XH Xia, X Ji
Ecological modelling 318, 19-25, 2015
452015
Environmental dispersion in a tidal flow through a depth-dominated wetland
Z Wu, L Zeng, GQ Chen, Z Li, L Shao, P Wang, Z Jiang
Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation 17 (12), 5007-5025, 2012
422012
Virtual water accounting for building: case study for E-town, Beijing
J Meng, GQ Chen, L Shao, JS Li, HS Tang, T Hayat, A Alsaedi, F Alsaadi
Journal of cleaner production 68, 7-15, 2014
402014
Exergy based ecological footprint accounting for China
L Shao, Z Wu, GQ Chen
Ecological modelling 252, 83-96, 2013
402013
Sustainability of a typical biogas system in China: Emergy-based ecological footprint assessment
XF Wu, Q Yang, XH Xia, TH Wu, XD Wu, L Shao, T Hayat, A Alsaedi, ...
Ecological Informatics 26, 78-84, 2015
352015
Multi-scale input-output analysis of consumption-based water resources: Method and application
L Shao, D Guan, Z Wu, P Wang, GQ Chen
Journal of Cleaner Production 164, 338-346, 2017
342017
Systems ecological accounting for wastewater treatment engineering: method, indicator and application
L Shao, GQ Chen, T Hayat, A Alsaedi
Ecological indicators 47, 32-42, 2014
292014
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