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  XIE Zhouqing
     
Department: School of Earth and Space Science
Mailing Address:
School of Earth and Space Science, University of Science and Technology of China, 96 Jinzhai Rd, Hefei, Anhui, 230026, PR China
Postal Code:
230026
Phone:
+86-551-3601415
Fax:
3601415
Homepage:
http://ess.ustc.edu.cn/user/137
 
       

Research Profile

    Xie Zhouqing, male, born in July 1972; professor and Ph.D. supervisor in School of Earth and Space Sciences of USTC; winner of National Natural Science Funds; Aug. 2005-Aug. 2006, senior visiting scholar, University of Michigan, U.S.; May 2007-Jun. 2008, Humboldt visiting scholar, Max Planck Institute for Chemistry. He mainly does research on environment and polar science, and has published over 40 SCI papers on Nature, Atmos. Chem. Phys., J. Geophys. Res, Environ. Sci & Technol, Geophys. Res. Lett. His papers has been cited for nearly 400 times by SCI including Science, Nature Geoscience, PNAS.
 
     
Selected Publications
1) Total gaseous mercury in Pearl River Delta region, China during 2008 winter period , Atmospheric Environment , 2011 , 45,834-838
2) Levels and distribution of polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in marine fishes from Chines coastal waters , Chemosphere , 2011 , 82, 18-24
3) Atmospheric HCH concentrations over the marine boundary layer from Shanghai, China to the Arctic Ocean: Role of human activity and climate change. , Environmental Science & Technology , 2010 , 44, 8422-8428
4) Atmospheric mercury in the marine boundary layer along a cruise path from Shanghai, China to Prydz Bay, Antarctica , Atmospheric Environment , 2010 , 44,1815-1821
5)  Iodine speciation in marine aerosols along a 15000-km round-trip cruise path from Shanghai, China, to the Arctic Ocean , Environmental Chemistry , 2010 , 7, 406-412
6) Atmospheric DDTs over the North Pacific Ocean and the adjacent Arctic region: Spatial distribution, congener patterns and source implication , Atmospheric Environment , 2009 , 43, 4319-4326
7) Simulation of atmospheric mercury depletion events (AMDEs) during polar springtime using the MECCA box model , Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics , 2008 , 8, 7165-7180.
8) Microanalysis of metals in barbs of a snow petrel (Pagodroma Nivea) from the Antarctica using synchrotron radiation X-ray fluorescence , Marine Pollution Bulletin , 2008 , 56, 516-524
9) A 1,800-year record of arsenic concentration in the penguin dropping sediment, Antarctic , Environmental Geology , 2008 , 55, 1065-1059.
10) Iodine speciation in marine aerosols along a 30,000 km round-trip cruise path from Shanghai, China to Prydz Bay, Antarctica. , Geophysical Research Letter , 2008 , 35, L21803, doi:10.1029/2008GL
11) Natural mercury isotope variation in coal deposits and organic soils , Environmental Science & Technology , 2008 , 42, 8303-8309.
12) Summertime carbonaceous aerosols collected in the marine boundary of the Arctic Ocean , Journal of Geophysical Research , 2007 , 112(D02306), doi:10.1029/2006J
13) Atmospheric Hexachlorocyclohexanes (HCHs) in the North Pacific Ocean and the adjacent Arctic Region: Spatial Patterns, chiral signatures and sea-air exchanges , Environmental Science and Technology , 2007 , 41, 5204-5209
14) Summertime aerosol chemical components in the marine boundary layer of the Arctic Ocean. , J.Geophys.Res,2006 , 2006 , doi:10.1029/2005JD006253
15) Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers in airborne particulates collected during a research expedition from the Bohai Sea to the Arctic. , Environmental Science and Technology , 2005 , 39, 6803-7809
16) Preliminary geochemical evidence of groundwater contamination in coral islands of Xisha, South China Sea , Applied Geochem. , 2005 , 20, 1848-1856
 
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