研究期間：10108~10207;As for the influence of yellow-sand and fine particles from Asian continent and biomass burning aerosols from Indochina on Taiwan and neighborhood area during long-range transport, certain understanding of aerosol properties has been obtained through years of observation experiments. However, all these experiments can only tell us the information of aerosols at the north tip of Taiwan when air masses were from Asian continent and at Mt. Lulin Mountains in Central Taiwan when air masses were from Indochina or southern China. The characteristics of aerosol components analyzed at the receptor cannot tell us the evolution of chemical species during long-range transport and the radiative effects over Taiwan and neighborhood. This project is the only one that will apply state of the science air quality models to simulate aerosol chemistry and radiation among all sub-projects. The results will include the evolution of aerosol and precursors emitted from Asian continent Indochina through long-range transport and the influence of aerosols on radiative effects around Taiwan. The simulation results will be validated by observations from other sub-projects which analyzed chemical components of aerosols collected at Mt. Lulin and regional observation in South China Sea.