dr. ooi chel gee

pensyarah universiti

institut perubahan iklim (ipi)

 chelgee.ooi@ukm.edu.my

No. sambungan :  6798

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • Maggie Chel Gee Ooi currently works as Senior Lecturer/Research Fellow at the Institute of Climate Change, National University of Malaysia (UKM). Maggie does research in application of chemical weather prediction model in several aspects including urban climate and pollution transportation. Their current project is real-time air quality forecast and biomass-burning haze transportation with numerical models.

  • ooi, maggie chel gee, chuang, ming-tung, fu, joshua s., kong, steven s., huang, wei-syun, wang, sheng-hsiang, chan, andy, pani, shantanu kumar, lin, neng-huei.  (2021).  improving prediction of trans-boundary biomass burning plume dispersion: from northern peninsular southeast asia to downwind western north pacific ocean.  - atmospheric chemistry and physics.  12521-12541. 

     

    norfazrin mohd hanif, nor syamimi sufiera limi hawari, murnira othman, haris hafizal abd hamid , fatimah ahamad, royston uning, maggie chel gee ooi, muhammad ikram a wahab, mazrura sahani, mohd talib latif.  (2021).  ambient volatile organic compounds in tropical environments: potential sources, composition and impacts - a review.  - chemosphere.  1-12. 

     

    steven soon-kai kong, joshua s.fu, xinyi dong, ming-tung chuang, maggie chel gee ooi, wei-syun huang, stephen m. griffith, shantanu kumar pani, neng-huei lin.  (2021).  sensitivity analysis of the dust emission treatment in cmaqv5.2.1 and its application to long-range transport over east asia.  - atmospheric environment.  1-16. 

     

    nurul amirah isa, siti aekbal salleh, wan mohd naim wan mohd, maggie chel gee ooi, andy chan andmd amirul islam.  (2021).  impacts of lateral boundary condition resolution in tropical urban climate modelling for kuala lumpur.  - engineering journal.  165-175. 

     

    yi, xin, yin, sijia, huang, ling, li, hongli, wang, yangjun, wang, qian, chan, andy, traoré, dramane, ooi, maggie chel gee, chen, yonghang, allen, david t, li, li.  (2021).  anthropogenic emissions of atomic chlorine precursors in the yangtze river delta region , china.  - science of the total environment.  1-10. 

     

    norfazrin mohd hanif, nor syamimi sufiera limi hawari, murnira othman, haris hafizal abd hamid , fatimah ahamad, royston uning, maggie chel gee ooi, muhammad ikram a wahab, mazrura sahani, mohd talib latif.  (2021).  ambient volatile organic compounds in tropical environments: potential sources, composition and impacts - a review.  - chemosphere.  1-12. 

     

    ooi, maggie chel gee, chuang, ming-tung, fu, joshua s., kong, steven s., huang, wei-syun, wang, sheng-hsiang, chan, andy, pani, shantanu kumar, lin, neng-huei.  (2021).  improving prediction of trans-boundary biomass burning plume dispersion: from northern peninsular southeast asia to downwind western north pacific ocean.  - atmospheric chemistry and physics.  12521-12541. 

     

    yi, xin, yin, sijia, huang, ling, li, hongli, wang, yangjun, wang, qian, chan, andy, traoré, dramane, ooi, maggie chel gee, chen, yonghang, allen, david t, li, li.  (2021).  anthropogenic emissions of atomic chlorine precursors in the yangtze river delta region , china.  - science of the total environment.  1-10. 

     

    steven soon-kai kong, joshua s.fu, xinyi dong, ming-tung chuang, maggie chel gee ooi, wei-syun huang, stephen m. griffith, shantanu kumar pani, neng-huei lin.  (2021).  sensitivity analysis of the dust emission treatment in cmaqv5.2.1 and its application to long-range transport over east asia.  - atmospheric environment.  1-16. 

     

    mingtung chuang, maggie chel gee ooi, nenghuei , joshua s. fu, chungte lee, shenghsiang wang, mingcheng yen, steven soon kai kong, weisyun huang.  (2020).  study the impact of three asian industrial regions on pm2.5 in taiwan and the process analysis during transport.  - atmospheric chemistry and physics.  14947-14967. 

     

    ling huang, ziyi liu, hongli li, yangjun wang, yumin li, yonghui zhu, maggie chel gee ooi, jing an, yu shang, dongping zhang, andy chan, li li.  (2020).  the silver lining of covid-19 - estimation of short-term health impacts due to lockdown in the yangtze river delta region, china.  - geohealth.  1-9.