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Name: Wang Yuesi
Address: Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IAP/CAS), Beijing 100029, PR China
Tel: +86-10-820808530
Fax: +86-10-62041393
Email: wys@scas.dq.cern.ac.cn  wys@mail.iap.ac.cn

Brief Experences

Date and place of birth, nation
10, Jan., 1961; Beijing, P. R. China; Chinese
Education
Ph.D. 1993-1998, Atmospheric Chemistry, IAP-CAS.
M. S. 1987-1990, Chemistry, Capital Normal University.
B. S. 1979-1983, Chemistry, Capital Normal University.

Occupation
Professor of the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Professor and Director, The Sub-Center of Atmospheric Sciences, Chinese Ecosystem Research Network. (SCAS-CERN) ;Professor and Deputy Director, State Key Laboratory of Atmospheric Boundary Layer Physics and Atmospheric Chemistry(LAPC).
Associate Professor and Deputy director, 1996-1998, The Sub-Center of Atmospheric Sciences, Chinese Ecosystem Research Network. (SCAS-CERN).
Assistant Professor & Engineer, 1990-1995, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IAP-CAS) .

Overseas Experiences:
Visiting Scholar: Jun.-Sep.,1992, Fraunhofer Institute of Atmospheric Environmental Research, Germany; Jul. 2000-Jan. 2001, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology, U.S.A..
Visiting Research Professor: Feb.-Mar.,2002, Institut f¨¹r Meteorologie und Klimaforschung, Bereich Atmospharische Umweltforschung, des Forschungszentrums Karlsruhe Gmbh, Germany; Jan.-Feb., 2003, Institut f¨¹r Meteorologie und Klimaforschung, Forschungszentrums Karlsruhe Gmbh, Germany.

PRIZE
Award the Distinguished Young Scholars by NSFC in 2005
Award the Expert Enjoying Special Government Subsidy from the State Council of China in 2005
Award the Second Class Prize of National Science and Technology Progress of China in 2001 for "Study on Measurement Technologies and Emission Process of Greenhouse Gases from the Agriculture Ecosystem" (Certification No.J-231-2-01-R02)
Award the First Class Prize of Nature Sciences of CAS in 1999 for the research on "Production, transformation and transport mechanism of Methane in the rice ecosystem" (Certification No. 99Z-1-1005-4)
The PhD dissertation "Study and Application of Methodologies for Analyzing Trace Compounds in the Atmosphere" was awarded the prize of "The top 100 PhD dissertations of China" in 1999.(Certification No.99079)Patents
"The instrument for automatic sampling and analysis of CH4" was authorized the National Patent of China (ZL 92-1-00938.0) in 1997
"The apparatus for sampling and analysis of N2O" was authorized the National Patent of China (ZL 96-2-49356.2) in 1998
"The system of rapid collection of fine particles (RCFP)"was authorized the National Patent of China (ZL 200520023110.6) in 2005

Research interests

Dr. Wang' research field is Atmospheric Chemistry and is expert in the research of determination techniques and Practical application for net exchange of trace gases between terrestrial ecosystems and atmosphere. He is an expert for the techniques and methods for detecting atmospheric trace gases using chromatography, Mass Spectrometry and spectrometry. Since 1990, Dr. Wang has been responsible for a few 863, 973, NSFC, CAS and IAP-CAS programs and areas of research are involved in atmospheric trace gases Chemistry, aerosol Chemistry, determination techniques and methods for green house gases, and pollution meteorology, etc.

Ongoing Projects

Responsible for a research project "Rapid online monitoring techniques for key Gaseous pollutants in air Pollution Complex" The project is a most important sub-program of "Synthesized Prevention Techniques for Air Pollution Complex in Key City-Cluster Region and Integrated Demonstratin (3C-STAR)", which is the National High Technology Research and Development Program of China (863 Program) from 2006-2009.
Responsible for a research project "The ground-based network observation for atmospheric key gaseous pollutants in Beijing and its surrounding areas". The project is a most important sub-program of "Plan of Action for atmospheric environment monitoring in Beijing", which is a key research program of CAS 2007.6-10.
Responsible for a research program of atmospheric Chemistry for the Distinguished Young Scholars, which is funded by the NSFC from 2006-2009.
Responsible for a research project "Multiple Interface Process and Multi-media transmission mechanism in Regional compound pollution". The project is a most important sub-program of "Combined pollution process, Eco-toxicological effects and Principle of control and repair", which is 973 program from 2006-2009.

Publications

  1. Bo Hu, Yuesi Wang, Guangren Liu. Ultraviolet radiation spatio-temporal characteristics derived from the ground-based measurements taken in China,Atmospheric environment,Atmospheric environment, 2007, 41, 5707-5718

  2. Bo Hu, Yuesi Wang, Guangren Liu. The spatio-temporal characteristics of Photosynthetically active radiation in China, JGR£­atmosphere, 2007, 112, D14106, doi:10.1029/2006JD007965

  3. Bo Hu, Yuesi Wang, Guangren Liu. Measurements and Estimations of Photosynthetically Active Radiation in Beijing,Atmospheric research,Atmospheric research, 2007, 85, 361-371

  4. Jinyuan Xin, Yuesi Wang, Zhanqing Li, Pucai Wang, et al. AOD and Angstrom exponent of aerosols observed by the Chinese Sun Hazemeter Network from August 2004 to September 2005. J. Geophy. Res., 2007, VOL.112, D05203, doi:10.1029/2006JD007075,.

  5. Kai Zhang, Yuesi Wang, Tianxue Wen, Meslmani Yousef, Murray Frank. Properties of nitrate, sulfate and ammonium in typical polluted atmospheric aerosols (PM10) in Beijing. Atmospheric Research, 2007, 84(1):67-77.

  6. Lili Wang, Jinyuan Xin, Yuesi Wang, Zhanqing Li, Pucai Wang, Guangren Liu, Tianxue Wen. Validation of MODIS aerosol products by CSHNET over China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2007, 52(12):1708-1718

  7. Lili Wang, Jinyuan Xin, Yuesi Wang, Zhanqing Li, Pucai Wang, Guangren Liu, Tianxue Wen, Jing Li. Evaluation of the MODIS aerosol optical depth retrieval over different ecosystems in China during EAST-AIRE. Atmospheric Environment, 2007, doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2007.05.001.

  8. Tianxue Wen, Yuesi Wang, Shih-Yu Chang, Guangren Liu. On-line Measurement of Water-soluble Ions in Ambient Particles, Advances in atmospheric sciences, 2006, 23(4): 586-592.

  9. Yang Sun, Yuesi Wang, Junlin AN, Jinyuan Xin, Bo Hu. An analysis for vertical distribution of O3, NOx and CO in the seriously polluted days in Beijing. CHINESE JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICS, 2006, 49(6), 1475-1482.

  10. Yuesi Wang, M. Xue, X. Zheng, B. Ji, R. Du. Effects of Environmental Factors on N2O Emission from and CH4 Uptake by the Typical Grasslands in the Inner Mongolia. Chemosphere, 2005, 58(2): 205-215.

  11. Xunhua Zheng, Yao Huang, Yuesi Wang, Mingxing Wang. Seasonal characteristics of nitric oxide emission from a typical Chinese rice-wheat rotation during the non-waterlogged period. Global Change Biology, 2003, 9(2): 219-227

  12. Xunhua Zheng, Yao Huang, Yuesi Wang, Mingxing Wang, Jisheng Jin, Laotu Li. Effects of soil temperature on nitric oxide emission from a typical Chinese rice-wheat rotation during the non-waterlogged period. Global Change Biology, 2003, 9(4): 601-611

  13. Zou, J., Y. Huang, L. Zong, J. Jiang, X. Zheng, and Y. Wang. Effects of water regime and straw application in paddy rice season on N2O emission from following wheat growing season, China Agricultural Science, 2003, 2, 68-74

  14. Xu-Ri, Yuesi Wang, Xunhua Zheng, Baomin Ji, Mingxing Wang. A comparison between measured and modeled N2O emissions from Inner Mongolian semi-arid grassland. Plant and Soil, 2003,255(2): 513-528

  15. Zheng, X., S. Han, Y. Huang, Y. Wang, M. Wang. Re-quantifying the emission factors based on field measurements and estimating the direct N2O emission from Chinese croplands. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2004, 18: doi:10.1029/2003GB002167

  16. Zou, J., Y. Huang, X. Zheng, Y. Wang, Y. Chen Static opaque chamber-based technique for determination of net exchange of CO2 between terrestrial ecosystems and atmosphere. Chinese Science Buttelin, 2004,.49 (4):381-388

  17. Zou, J., Y. Huang, X. Zheng, Y. Wang, Y. Chen. Estimating the net ecosystem exchange of CO2 between a paddy rice agro-ecosystem and the atmosphere based on static opaque chamber measurement. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2004,49, 258-264. (In Chinese)

  18. Z. Xu, X. Zheng, Y. Wang, Y. Huang, J. Zhu, K. Butterbach-Bahl. Effects of elevated CO2 and N fertilization on CH4 emissions from paddy rice fields. Global Biogeochemical Cycles,2004,18,doi:10.1029/2004GB002233

  19. J. Zou, Y. Huang, W. Sun, X. Zheng, Y. Wang. Contribution of plants to N2O emissions in soil-winter wheat ecosystem: pot and field experiments. Plant and Soil, 2004,256: 1¨C7

  20. Wang Yuesi, Wang Changke, Guo Xueqing, LiuGuangren & Huang Yao,Trend, seasonal and diurnal variations of atmospheric CO2 in Beijing,CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN, 2002, 39,1720-1723

  21. Wang Yuesi, Ji Baoming, Huang Yao, Hu Yuqiong, Wang Yanfen, Effects of Grazing and Cultivation on Emission of Nitrous Oxide, Carbon Dioxide and Uptake of Methane from Grasslands, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 2001, 22(6)7-13

  22. Wang Yuesi, Zhou li,Wang Mingxing et al., Trend of Atmospheric Methane in Beijing,Chemosphere-Global Change Science, 2001, 3(2001):65-71

  23. Xingkai Xu, Yuesi Wang and Xunhua Zheng, Mingxing Wang, Zijian Wang, Likaihou and Oswald van cleempat. Methane emission from a simulated rice field ecosystem as influenced by hydroquinone and dicyandiamide. The Science of the Total Enviroment, , 2000, 263(1-3): 243-253

  24. Xu, X., P. Boeckx, Y. Wang, Y. Huang, X. Zheng, F. Hu, O. van Cleemput. Nitrous oxide and methane emissions during rice growth and through rice plants: effects of dicyandiamide and dydroquinone. Biol. Fert. Soils, 2002, 36:53-58

  25. Wang Yuesi, Ji Baoming, Wang Yanfen,Zhang Wen, Liu Guangren,Du Rui, Luo Dongmei, Measurement of the Exchange Rate of Greenhouse Gases between Field and Atmosphere in Semi-Arid Grassland, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 2000, 21(3)6-10

  26. Wang Yuesi, Zhou Li, Wang Mingxing, Zheng Xunhua, Zhang Renjian, A Research on Variation of Organic Pollutants in the Atmosphere of Beijing, Climatic and Environmental Research, 2000, 5(1):13-19

  27. Wang Yuesi, Zhou li, Wang Mingxing and Zheng Xunhua ,Trend and Seasonal Variation of Atmospheric Methane in Beijing, Journal of Environmental Science, 2000, 12(3):369-374

  28. Zheng Xunhua, Wang Mingxing, Wang Yuesi, Shen Renxing, Gou Ji, Li Jing, Jin Jisheng, Li Laotu. Impacts of Soil Moisture on Nitrous Oxide Emission from Croplands: a case study on the rice-based agro-ecosystem in Southeast China. Chemosphere-Global Change Science, 2000, 2:207-224

  29. Wang Yue-Si, Wang Mingxing and Zheng Xunhua et al,Automatic Monitoring of N2O Emission in Farmlands, ANALYSIS AND TESTING TECHNOLOGY AND INSTRUMENTS, 1997, 3(1) pp.10-15

  30. Wang Yue-Si, Wang Mingxing and Zheng Xunhua et al.. An Automated system for measurement of N2O/CH4 emission fluxes. ACTA of the Graduate School of Chinese Sciences and Technology University. 1997, 14(1): 17-22

  31. Wang Yue-Si, Wang Mingxing & Liu Guangren, Analysis and Research of Trace Organic Gases in Atmosphere by GC/MS. J. of Chinese Mass Spectrometry Society, 1996, 17(4): 25-33

  32. Wang Yue-Si, Zheng Xunhua and Wang Mingxing et al.. Observation of Atmospheric N2O with gas chromatography.Chinese J. of Analytical Techniques and Equipment.1994, 2(2): 19-24

  33. Y. Wang, M. Wang, X. Zheng et al., Concentration and Variation of Atmospheric Methane in Beijing,CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN, 1994, 39: 1720-1723
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