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Prof. Zhang Renjian
Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing 100029, China
Phone: 86-10-62064089
Fax:    86-10-62028604
Email: zrj@mail.iap.ac.cn   zrj@tea.ac.cn

Education and work Experience
1984.9-1988.7  Nanjing University, Department of Atmospheric Sciences,  B.Sc
1992.9-1997.7  Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Atmospheric Chemistry,  Ph D.
2004.01-       Professor in Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS

Social Activities
  • President of Chinese Association of Aerosol Science & Technology(CAAST)
  • Executive Member /Former Vice President of Chinese Society of Particuology
  • Executive Member of International Aerosol Research Assembly(IARA)
  • Executive Member of Asian Aerosol Research Assembly(AARA)
  • Editorial Board Member of Particuology
  • Editorial Board Member of Aerosol and Air Quality Research
  • Editorial Board Member of Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health
  • Editorial Board Member of China Powder Technology(in Chinese)
  • Editorial Board Member of Journal of University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences(in Chinese)


Research interests

  • Atmospheric aerosol
  • Aerosol chemistry and source apportionment
  • Dust aerosol and Global Change

Renjian Zhang, Research Professor at the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IAP/CAS), has about 20 years of research experience in aerosol and atmospheric chemistry. Dr. Zhang is the principal author or co-author of more than 110 peer-reviewed international papers, with 1600 SCI citations and H-index of 16. Currently his research focuses on dust, aerosol properties, aerosol chemistry, and their relation to environment/climate.


Honors
1. “Integrated Impact of Asian Brown Cloud and Strategic Research in China ”, Golden prize by China Environment Protection Agency, 2009
2. “Young Scientist Award of China Aerosol Research”, 2007
3. “Inspector of Atmospheric Environment for Beijing Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau” 2004-2007
4. “Tuchangwang Young Meteorological Science and Technology Award” by Chinese Meteorological Society ,2002
5. “Honored National Outstanding Young Meteorological Scientist”, 2002.
6. Speaker of and awarded “Excellent course for Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences” in 2002

Publications
1. Zhang R., J. Jing, J. Tao, S.-C. Hsu, G. Wang, J. Cao, C. S. L. Lee, L. Zhu, Z. Chen, Y. Zhao, and Z. Shen, 2013, Chemical characterizations and source apportionment of PM2.5 in Beijing: Seasonal perspective, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 7053-7074, doi:10.5194/acp-13-7053-2013
2. Zhang Renjian, Tao Jun, Ho K. F., Shen Zhenxing, Wang Gehui, Cao Junji, Liu Suixin, Zhang Leiming, and Lee S.C., 2012, Characterization of atmospheric organic carbon and elemental carbon of PM2.5 in a typical semi-arid area of Northeastern China, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 12: 792-802. doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2011.07.0110
3. Zhang Renjian, Ho Kinfai, Shen Zhenxin, 2012, The Role of Aerosol in Climate Change, the Environment and Human Health, Atmospheric and Ocean Science Letters, 5(2): 156-161.
4. Zhang Renjian, Shen Zhenxing, Zhang Leiming, Zhang Meigen, Wang Xin, and Zhang Kun, 2011, Elemental composition of atmospheric particles during periods with and without traffic restriction in Beijing: the effectiveness of traffic restriction measure, Scientific Online Letters on the Atmosphere, 7: 61-64, doi:10.2151/sola.2011-016
5. Zhang Renjian, Shen Zhenxing, Cheng Tiantao, Zhang Meigen, Liu Yanju, 2010, The elemental composition of atmospheric particles at Beijing during Asian dust events in spring 2004, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 10: 67-75, doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2009.05.0038.
6. Zhang Renjian, 2010, The element size-spectrum distribution of atmospheric aerosol in autumn strong wind over Beijing, Atmospheric and Ocean Science Letters, 3(1):31-35.
7. Zhang Renjian, Zhang Meigen, Zhu Lingyun, Hu Liangwen, 2009, Elemental composition of atmospheric particles in winter at Datong city, Shanxi Province, China and its impact on Beijing, Atmospheric and Ocean Science Letters,2(6): 345−349.
8. Zhang Renjian, Ho Kin-Fai, Cao Junji, Han Zhiwei, Zhang Meigen, Cheng Yan, Lee Shung-Cheng, 2009, Organic carbon and elemental carbon associated with PM10 in Beijing during spring time, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 172: 970-977, doi:10.1016/j.jhazmat.2009.07.087.
9. Zhang Renjian, Shen Zhenxing, Zou Han, 2009, Atmospheric Pb levels over mount Qomolangma region, Particuology, 7(3),211-214. doi:10.1016/j.partic.2008.10.002
10. Zhang Renjian, Han Zhiwei, Cheng Tiantao, Tao Jun, 2009, Chemical properties and origin of dust aerosols in Beijing during springtime, Particuology, 7(1), 61-67. doi:10.1016/j.partic.2008.11.003
11. Zhang Renjian, Fu Congbin, Han Zhiwei, Zhu Chongshu, 2008, Characteristics of elemental composition of PM2.5 in the spring period at Tongyu in the semi-arid region of Northeast China, Adv.Atmos.Sci., 25(6): 922-931.
12. Zhang Renjian, Han Zhiwei, Shen Zhenxin, Cao Junji, 2008, Continuous measurement of number concentrations and elemental composition of aerosol particles for a dust storm event in Beijing, Adv. Atmos.Sci., 25(1):89-95.
13. Zhang Renjian, Shen Zhenxing, Zou Han, Wang Wei, Han Yuemei, Zhou Juan, 2008, Study of elemental mass size distributions of aerosol in Lijiang, a background site in Southwest China, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 8(3):339-347.
14. Zhang R.J., Cao J.J., Lee S.C., Shen Z.X., Ho K.F., 2007, Carbonaceous aerosols in PM10 and pollution gases in winter in Beijing, J. Environ. Sci.,19(5):564-571.
15. Zhang Renjian, Wang Zifa, Shen Zhenxin, Yabuki S., Kanai Y., Ohta A., 2006, Physicochemical characterization and origin of the 20 March 2002 heavy dust storm in Beijing, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 6(3),268-280.
16. Zhang R.J., Arimoto R., An J.L., Yabuki S., Sun J.H., 2005, Ground observations of a strong dust storm in Beijing in March 2002, J.Geophys.Res., 110(D18S06), doi:10.1029/2004JD004589.
17. Zhang Renjian, Xu Yongfu, Han Zhiwei, 2004, A comparison analysis of chemical composition of aerosols in the dust and non-dust periods in Beijing, Adv. Atmos.Sci., 21(2), 300-305.
18. Zhang R.J., Wang M.X., Sheng L.F., Kanai Y., and Ohta A., 2004, Seasonal characterization of dust days, mass concentration and dry deposition of atmospheric aerosols over Qingdao, China, China Particuology, 2(5), 196-199.
19. Zhang Renjian, Wang Mingxing, Zhang Xiaoye, Zhu Guanghua, 2003,Analysis on the chemical and physical properties of particles in a dust storm in spring in Beijing, Powder Technology, 137(1),77-82.
20. Zhang Renjian, Xu Yongfu, Han Zhiwei, 2003, Inorganic chemical composition and source signature of PM2.5 in Beijing during ACE-Asia period, Chinese Science Bulletin, 48(10),1002-1005.
21. Zhang Renjian, Wang Mingxing, Xia Xiangao, 2002, Chemical composition of aerosols in winter/spring in Beijing, Journal of Environmental Sciences, 14(1), 7-11.
22. Zhang Renjian, Wang Mingxing and Ren Lixin, 2001, Long-term trends of carbon monoxide inferred using a 2-d Model, Chemosphere-Global Change Science, 3(2),123-132.
23. Zhang Renjian, Wang Mingxing, Fu Jianzhong, 2001, Preliminary research on the size distribution of aerosols in Beijing, Adv. Atmos.Sci., 18(2), 225-230.
24. Zhang Renjian, Wang Mingxing, 2001, Numerical simulation of atmospheric methane trends over the last 150 Years,ACTA. Meteor. Sinaca, 15(1), 12-20.
25. Zhang Renjian, Wang Mingxing, and Zeng Qingcun, 2000, Global two-dimensional chemistry model and simulation of atmospheric chemical composition, Adv. Atmos.Sci., 17(1), 72-82.
26. Zhang Renjian and Wang Mingxing, 1999, Modeling the sudden decrease in CH4 growth rate in 1992, Adv. Atmos.Sci., 16(2), 242-250.
27. Tao Jun, Leiming Zhang, Zhisheng Zhang, Ruijin Huang, Yunfei Wu, Renjian Zhang, Junji Cao, Yuanhang Zhang, 2015, Control of PM2.5 in Guangzhou during the 16th Asian Games period: Implication for hazy weather prevention, Science of Total Environment, 508:57-66.
28. Zhisheng Zhang, Jian Gao, Guenter Engling, Jun Tao, Fahe Chai, Leiming Zhang, Renjian Zhang, Xuefang Sang, Chuen-yu Chan, Zejian Lin, Junji Cao, 2015, Characteristics and applications of size-segregated biomass burning tracers in China's Pearl River Delta region, Atmospheric Environment, 102: 290-301.
29. Jun Tao, Leiming Zhang, Kinfai Ho, Renjian Zhang, Zejian Lin, Zhisheng Zhang, Mang Lin,Junji Cao, Suixing Liu, Gehui Wang, 2014, Impact of PM2.5 chemical compositions on aerosol light scattering in Guangzhou-the largest megacity in South China, Atmospheric Research, 135-136: 48-58, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosres.2013.08.015. (SCI)
30. Gao Lina, Renjian Zhang, Zhiwei Han, Congbin Fu, Peng Yan, Tijian Wang, Shengmao Hong, Li Jiao, 2014, A modeling study of a typical winter PM2.5 pollution episode in a city in Eastern China, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 14(1): 311-322.doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2013.02.0054
31. Zhang R., J. Jing, J. Tao, S.-C. Hsu, G. Wang, J. Cao, C. S. L. Lee, L. Zhu, Z. Chen, Y. Zhao, and Z. Shen, 2013, Corrigendum to "Chemical characterization and source apportionment of PM2.5 in Beijing: seasonal perspective published in Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 7053–7074", Atmos. Chem. Phys.,14(1), 175-175.
32. Cheng Y., S.C. Lee, Y. Huang, K.F. Ho, S.S.H. Ho, P.S. Yau, P.K.K. Louie, R.J. Zhang, 2014, Diurnal and seasonal trends of carbonyl compounds in roadside, urban, and suburban environment of Hong Kong, Atmospheric Environment, 89: 43-51.
33. Meng Zhaoyang, Renjian Zhang, Weili Lin, Xiaofang Jia, Xiangming Yu, Xiaolan Yu, Gehui Wang,2014, Seasonal variation of ammonia and ammonium aerosol at a Background station in the Yangtze River Delta Region, China, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 14(3): 756-766, doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2013.02.0046
34. Liu Yan-Ju, Zhang Ting-Ting, Liu Qing-Yang, Zhang Ren-Jian, Sun Zhen-Quan, Zhang Mei-Gen, Seasonal variation of physical and chemical properties in TSP, PM10 and PM2.5 at a roadside site in Beijing and their influence on atmospheric visibility, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 14(3):954-969.doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2013.01.0023
35. Huang Guanghan, Tiantao Cheng, Renjian Zhang, Jun Tao, Chunpeng Leng,Yunwei Zhang, Shuping Zha, Deqin Zhang, Xiang Li, Chunyang Xue, 2014, Optical properties and chemical composition of PM2.5 in Shanghai in the spring of 2012, Particuology, 13: 52-59.2
36. Qiyuan Wang, R.-J. Huang,Junji Cao, Yongming Han, Gehui Wang, Guohui Li,Yichen Wang, Wenting Dai, Renjian Zhang, and Yaqing Zhou, 2014, Mixing state of black carbon aerosol in a heavily polluted urban area of China: implications for light absorption enhancement, Aerosol Science and Technology, 48:689-697. DOI: 10.1080/02786826.2014.917758
37. Jiawei Li, Zhiwei Han, Renjian Zhang, 2014, Influence of aerosol hygroscopic growth parameterization on aerosol optical depth and direct radiative forcing over East Asia, Atmospheric Research, 140-141: 14-27.
38. Zha, S., Cheng, T., Tao, J., Zhang, R., Chen, J., Zhang, Y., Leng, C., Zhang, D., Du, J., 2014, Characteristics and relevant remote sources of black carbon aerosol in Shanghai, Atmospheric Research, 135-136: 159-171.
39. Zhang Qian, Zhenxing Shen, Junji Cao, KinFai Ho, Renjian Zhang, Zengjun Bie, Hairu Chang, Suixin Liu, 2014, Chemical profiles of urban fugitive dust over Xi’an in the south margin of the Loess Plateau, China, Atmspheric Pollution Research, 5: 421-430.
40. Xiaocui Chen, Zhisheng Zhang, Guenter Engling, Renjian Zhang, Jun Tao,Mang Lin, Xuefang Sang, Chuenyu Chan, Shiyu Li, Youping Li, 2014, Characterization of fine particulate black carbon in Guangzhou, a megacity of South China, Atmospheric Pollution Research, 5: 361‐370. DOI:10.5094/APR.2014.042
41. Gao Zongting, Zeng-Zhen Hu, Bhaskar Jha, Song Yang, Jieshun Zhu, Baizhu Shen, and, Renjian Zhang, 2014, Variability and predictability of Northeast China climate during 1948–2012, Climate Dynamics, 43:787–804. DOI 10.1007/s00382-013-1944-0
42. Jun Tao, Leiming Zhang, Junji Cao, Shih-Chieh Hsu, Xiangao Xia, Zhisheng Zhang, Zejian Lin, Tiantao Cheng, Renjian Zhang,2014, Characterization and source apportionment of aerosol light extinction in Chengdu, Southwest China, Atmospheric Environment,95:552-562.
43. Lin Z. J., Z. S. Zhang, L. Zhang, J. Tao, R. J. Zhang, J. J. Cao, S. J. Fan, and Y. H. Zhang, 2014, An alternative method for estimating hygroscopic growth factor of aerosol light-scattering coefficient: a case study in an urban area of Guangzhou, South China, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 7631–7644, doi:10.5194/acp-14-1-2014.
44. Tao J., J. Gao, L. Zhang, R. Zhang, H. Che, Z. Zhang, Z. Lin, J. Jing, J. Cao, and S.-C. Hsu, 2014, PM2.5 pollution in a megacity of Southwest China: source apportionment and implication, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 8679–8699, 2014. doi:10.5194/acp-14-8679-2014
45. Leng C., Q. Zhang, J. Tao, H. Zhang, D. Zhang, C. Xu, X. Li, L. Kong, T. Cheng, R. Zhang, X. Yang, J. Chen, L. Qiao, S. Lou, H. Wang, and C. Chen, 2014, Impacts of new particle formation on aerosol cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) activity in Shanghai: case study, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 11353–11365. doi:10.5194/acp-14-11353-2014
46. Leng C., Q. Zhang, D. Zhang, C. Xu, T. Cheng, R. Zhang, J. Tao, J. Chen, S. Zha, Y. Zhang, X. Li, L. Kong, and W. Gao, 2014, Variations of cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) and aerosol activity during fog–haze episode: a case study from Shanghai, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 12499–12512, 2014.
47. Tian Ping, Guangfu Wang, Renjian Zhang,Yunfei Wu, Peng Yan,2014,Impacts of aerosol chemical compositions on optical properties in urban Beijing, China,Particuology,(in press)
48. Cheng Yan, Shuncheng Lee, Zhaolin Gu, Kinfai Ho, Yunwei Zhang, Yu Huang, Judith C. Chow, John G. Watson, Junji Cao, Renjian Zhang, 2014, PM2.5 and PM10-2.5 chemical composition and source apportionment near a Hong Kong roadway,Particuology, (in press)
49. Li J. J., G. H. Wang, J. J. Cao, X. M. Wang, and R. J. Zhang, 2013, Observation of biogenic secondary organic aerosols in the atmosphere of a mountain site in central China: temperature and relative humidity effects, Atmos. Chem. Phys. 13, 11535-11549. doi:10.5194/acp-13-11535-2013
50. Wang G. H., Zhou B. H., Cheng C. L., Cao J. J., Li J. J., Meng J. J.,Tao J., Zhang R. J., Fu P. Q., 2013, Impact of Gobi desert dust on aerosol chemistry of Xi’an, inland China during spring 2009: differences in composition and size distribution between the urban ground surface and the mountain atmosphere, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 819-835,doi:10.5194/acp-13-819-2013.
51. Tao J., Zhang L.M., Engling G., Zhang R.J., Yang Y.H., Cao J.J., Zhu C.S., Wang Q.Y., Luo L., 2013, Chemical composition of PM2.5 in an urban environment in Chengdu, China: Importance of springtime dust storms and biomass burning, Atmospheric Research, 122: 270-283.
52. Tao J., T. T. Cheng, R. J. Zhang, J. J. Cao, L. H. Zhu, Q. Y.Wang, L. Luo, and L. M. Zhang, 2013: Chemical composition of PM2.5 at an urban site of Chengdu in southwestern China. Adv. Atmos.Sci., 30(4), 1070-1084, doi: 10.1007/s00376-012-2168-7.
53. Lin Z.J., Tao J., Chai F.H., Fan S.J., Yue J.H., Zhu L.H., Ho K.F., Zhang R.J., 2013, Impact of relative humidity and particles number size distribution on aerosol light extinction in the urban area of Guangzhou, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 1115-1128, doi:10.5194/acp-13-1115-2013.
54. Li Yushan, Cao Junji, Li Jianjun, Zhou Jiamao, Xu Hongmei, Zhang Renjian, Ouyang Zhiyun, 2013, Molecular distribution and seasonal variation of hydrocarbons in PM2.5 from Beijing during 2006, Particuology, 11:78-85. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.partic.2012.09.002
55. Yu Lingda, Wang Guangfu, Zhang Renjiang, Zhang Leiming, Song Yu, Wu Bingbing, Li Xufang, An Kun, Chu Junhan, 2013, Characterization and source apportionment of PM2.5 in an urban environment in Beijing, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 13: 574-583. doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2012.07.0192.
56. Leng Chunpeng, Tiantao Cheng, Jianmin Chen, Renjian Zhang, Jun Tao, Guanghan Huang, Shuping Zha, Meigen Zhang, Wen Fang, Xiang Li, Ling Li, 2013, Measurements of surface cloud condensation nuclei and aerosol activity in downtown Shanghai, Atmospheric Environment, 69: 354-361. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2012.12.021
57. Zhang Y.Y., Xiu G.L., Wu X.F., Moore C.W.,Wang J.J., Cai J., Zhang D.N., Shi C.O., Zhang, R.J., 2013, Characterization of mercury concentrations in snow and potential sources, Shanghai, China, Science of the Total Environment, 449:434-442.DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2013.01.088
58. Xu H.M., J. Tao, Steven Sai Hang Ho, K.F. Ho, J.J. Cao, N. Li, Judith C. Chow, G.H. Wang, Y.M. Han, R.J. Zhang, John G. Watson, J.Q. Zhang, 2013, Characteristics of fine particulate non-polar organic compounds in Guangzhou during the 16th Asian Games: Effectiveness of air pollution controls, Atmospheric Environment,76: 94-101.
59. Ren Lihong, Zhang Renjian, Bai Zhipeng, Chen Jianhua, Liu Hongjie, Zhang Meigen, Yang Xiaoyang, Zhang Leiming, 2012, Aircraft Measurements of Ionic and Elemental Components in PM2.5 over Eastern Coastal Area of China, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 12: 1237-1246, doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2011.11.0224
60. Zhou Jiamao, Zhang Renjian, Cao Junji, Chow J. C., Watson J., 2012, Carbonaceous and ionic components of atmospheric fine particles in Beijing and their impact on atmospheric visibility, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 12: 492-502. doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2011.11.0218.
61. Wu Yunfei, Zhang Renjian, Pu Yifen, Zhang Leiming, Ho K.F., Fu C.B., 2012, Aerosol optical properties observed at a semi-arid rural site in Northeastern China, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 12: 503-514. doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2011.11.0202
62. Yan Peng, Zhang Renjian, Huan Ning, Zhou Xiuji, Zhang Yangmei, Zhou Huaigang, Zhang Leiming, 2012, Characteristics of aerosols and mass closure study at two WMO GAW regional background stations in eastern China, Atmos.Environ., 60: 121-131. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2012.05.050.
63. Lin Mang, Tao Jun, Chan Chuen-Yu, Cao Jun-Ji, Zhang Zhi-Sheng, Zhu Li-Hua, Zhang Ren-Jian, 2012, Regression Analyses between Recent Air Quality and Visibility Changes in Megacities at Four Haze Regions in China, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 12: 1049-1061, doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2011.11.0220
64. Zhenxing Shen, Leiming Zhang, Junji Cao, Jing Tian, Li Liu, Geihui Wang, Zhuzi Zhao, Xin Wang, Renjian Zhang and Suixin Liu, 2012, Chemical composition, sources, and deposition fluxes of water-soluble inorganic ions obtained from precipitation chemistry measurements collected at an urban site in northwest China, Journal of Environmental Monitoring,14, 3000-3008.
65. Steven Sai Hang Ho, Kin Fai Ho, Suixin Liu, Wandong Liu, Shun Cheng Lee, Kochy K. Fung, Junji Cao, Renjian Zhang, Yu Huang, Natele Siu Yau Feng and Yan Cheng, 2012, Quantification of carbonate carbon in aerosol filter samples using a modified thermal/optical carbon analyzer (M-TOCA), Analytical Methods, 4: 2578-2584. DOI: 10.1039/c2ay05942h.
66. Du Jianfei, Cheng Tiantao, Zhang Min, Chen Jianmin, He Qianshan, Wang Xuemei, Zhang Renjian, Tao Jun, Huang Guanghan, Li Xiang, Zha Shuping, 2012, Aerosol Size Spectra and Particle Formation Events at Urban Shanghai in Eastern China, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 12: 1362-1372, doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2011.12.0230
67. Han Xiao, Ge Cui, Tao Jinhua, Zhang Meigen, Zhang Renjian, 2012, Air Quality Modeling for a Strong Dust Event in East Asia in March 2010, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 12: 615-628. doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2011.11.0191.
68. Wang Gehui, Kawamura Kimitaka, Cheng Chunlei, Li Jianjun, Cao Junji, Zhang Renjian, Zhang Ting, Liu Suixin, Zhao Zhuzi, 2012, Molecular Distribution and Stable Carbon Isotopic Composition of Dicarboxylic Acids, Ketocarboxylic Acids, and alpha-Dicarbonyls in Size-Resolved  Atmospheric Particles From Xi'an City, China, Environmental Science & Technology, 46, 4783−4791.
69. Xu Junwei, Jun Tao, Renjian Zhang, Tiantao Cheng, Chunpeng Leng, Jianmin Chen, Guanghan Huang, Xiang Li, Zhaoqin Zhu, 2012, Measurements of surface aerosol optical properties in winter of Shanghai, Atmospheric Research, 109-110: 25-35.DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosres.2012.02.008.
70. Tao Jun, Shen Zhenxing, Zhu Chongshu, Yue Jianhua, Cao Junji, Liu Suixin, Zhu Lihua, Zhang Renjian, 2012, Seasonal variations and chemical characteristics of sub-micrometer particles (PM1) in Guangzhou, China, Atmospheric Research, 118: 222-231, doi:10.1016/j.atmosres.2012.06.025.
71. Tao Jun, Cao Jun-ji, Zhang Ren-jian, Zhu Lihua, Zhang Tao, Shi Si, Chan Chuen-yu, 2012, Reconstructed Light Extinction Coefficients Using Chemical Compositions of PM2.5 in Winter in Urban Guangzhou, China, Adv.Atmos.Sci.,29(2):359-368.
72. Han Zhiwei, Li Jiawei, Xia Xiangao, Zhang Renjian, 2012, Investigation of direct radiative effects of aerosols in dust storm season over East Asia with an online coupled regional climate-chemistry-aerosol model. Atmospheric Environment, 54: 688-699, DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2012.01.041. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2012.01.041.
73. Fu T.-M., Cao J. J., Zhang X. Y., Lee S. C., Zhang Q., Han Y. M., Qu W. J., Han Z., Zhang R., Wang Y. X., Chen D. and Henze D. K., 2012, Carbonaceous aerosols in China: top-down constraints on primary sources and estimation of secondary contribution, Atmos. Chem. Phys., (5):12, 2725-2746. doi:10.5194/acp-12-2725-2012.
74. Wu Yunfei, Zhang Renjian, Fu Conbin, Gao Congting, 2011, Variability of Blowing Dust Weather Frequency over Semi-Arid Areas of China (Baicheng, Jilin Province) and Relationships with Climatic Factors During 1951-2006, Terr. Atmos. Ocean. Sci., 22(3), 315-324. doi: 10.3319/TAO.2010.09.15.01(A)
75. Ho K.F., Zhang R.J., Lee S.C., Ho S.S.H., Liu, S.X., Fung, K., Cao, J.J., Shen, Z.X., Xu, H.M., 2011, Characteristics of carbonate carbon in PM2.5 in a typical semi-arid area of Northeastern China, Atmospheric Environment, 45(6):1268-1274.
76. Li Jiawei, Han Zhiwei, Zhang Renjian, 2011, Model study of atmospheric particulates during dust storm period in March 2010 over East Asia, Atmospheric Environment, 45: 3954-3964.doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.04.068.
77. Shen Zhenxing, Wang Xin, Zhang Renjian, Ho Kaifai, Cao Junji, Zhang Meigen, 2011, Chemical composition of water-soluble ions and carbonate estimation in spring aerosol at a semi-arid site of Tongyu, China, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 10: 360-368, doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2011.02.0010.
78. Gao Lina, Jia Gensuo, Zhang Renjian, Che Huizheng,Fu Congbin,Wang Tijian, Zhang Meigen, Jiang Hong, Yan Peng, 2011, Visual Range Trends in the Yangtze River Delta Region of China, 1981-2005, Journal of Air and Waste Management Association, 61:843-849. DOI:10.3155/1047-3289.61.8.1
79. Deng Junjun, Wang Tijian, Jiang Ziqiang, Xie Min, Zhang Renjian, Huang Xiaoxian, Zhu Jialei, 2011, Characterization of visibility and its affecting factors over Nanjing, China, Atmospheric Research, 101(3): 681-691.
80. Tao Jun, Cheng Tiantao, Zhang Renjian, 2012, Summertime PM2.5 Chemical Composition and its Relationship to Aerosol Optical Properties at Guangzhou, China, Atmospheric and Ocean Science Letters, 5(2): 88-94
81. Ling Xiao-Lu, Guo Wei-Dong, Zhang Lei, and Zhang Ren-Jian. 2010, A case study of the impacts of dust aerosols on surface atmospheric variables and energy budgets in a semi-arid region of China. Atmospheric and Ocean Science Letters, 3(3), 145−150
82. Jing J.S., Zhang R.J., Tao J., Zhang L.M., 2011, Observations of aerosol optical properties in Beijing urban area in summer, Atmospheric and Ocean Science Letters, 4(6), 338-343.
83. Cheng Y., Zou S. C., Lee S. C., Chow J. C., Ho K. F., Watson J. G., Han Y. M., Zhang R. J., Zhang F., Yau P. S., Huang Y., Bai Y., Wu W. J., 2011, Characteristics and source apportionment of PM1 emissions at a roadside station, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 195, 82-91.
84. Wu Yunfei, Zhang Renjian, Han Zhiwei, Zeng Zhaomei, 2010, Relationship between East Asian Monsoon and Dust Weather Frequency over Beijing, Adv. Atmos.Sci.,27(6), 1389-1398.
85. Wang Weijie, Cheng Tiantao, Zhang Renjian, Han Zhiwei, Jia Xuan, Zhang Xiaoling, Xu Xiaofeng, Li Deping, 2010, Insights into an Asian dust event sweeping Beijing during April 2006: Particle chemical composition, boundary layer structure, and radiative forcing, J. Geophys. Res., 115, D18208, doi:10.1029/2009JD013391.
86. Cheng Tiantao, Han Zhiwei, Zhang Renjian, Du Huanhuan, Jia Xuan, Wang Jingjing, Yao Jiayun, 2010, Black carbon in a continental semi-arid area of Northeast China and its possible sources of fire emission, J. Geophys. Res., 115, D23204, doi:10.1029/2009JD013523.
87. Li Hongyu, Han Zhiwei, Cheng Tiantao, Du Huanhuan, Kong Lingdong, Chen Jianmin, Zhang Renjian, Wang Weijie, 2010, Agricultural fire impacts on the air quality of Shanghai during summer harvesttime, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 10: 95-101,doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2009.08.0049.
88. Wu Jian, Fu Congbin, Han Zhiwei, Tang Jianping, Xu Yanyan, Zhang Renjian, 2010, Simulation of the direct effects of dust aerosol on climate in East Asia, Particuology, 8:301-307.doi:10.1016/j.partic.2010.01.006.
89. Zhang Kai, Chai Fahe, Zhang Renjian, Xue Zhigang, 2010, Source, route and effect of Asian sand dust on environment and the oceans, Particuology, 8: 319-324.
90. Wu Jian, Congbin Fu, Yanyan Xu, Jianping Tang, Zhiwei Han, Renjian Zhang, 2009, Effects of total aerosol on temperature and precipitation in East Asia, Climate Research, 40:75-87,doi: 10.3354/cr00796.
91. Shen Zhenxing, Junji Cao, R. Arimoto, Zhiwei Han, Renjian Zhang, Yuemei Han, Suixin Liu, T. Okuda, S. Nakao, S. Tanaka., 2009, Ionic composition of TSP and PM2.5 during dust storms and air pollution episodes at Xi'an, China, Atmospheric Environment, 43:2911-2918.
92. Yan Peng, Xiaole Pan, Jie Tang, Xiuji Zhou, Renjian Zhang, Limin Zeng, 2009, Hygroscopic growth of aerosol scattering coefficient: A comparative analysis between urban and suburban sites at winter in Beijing, Particuology,7: 52-60.
93. Cheng Tiantao, Renjian Zhang, Zhiwei Han, and Wen Fang, 2008, Relationship between ground-based particle component and column aerosol optical property in dusty days over Beijing, Geophy. Res. Let. 35, L20808, doi:10.1029/2008GL035284.
94. Han Zhiwei, Zhang Renjian, Wang Qin'geng, Wang Wei, Cao Junji, Xu Jun, 2008, Regional modeling of organic aerosols over China in summertime, J.Geophys.Res., 113, D11202, doi:10.1029/2007JD009436.
95. Wang Qin'geng, Zhiwei Han, Tijian Wang, Renjian Zhang, 2008, Impacts of biogenic emissions of VOC and NOx on tropospheric ozone during summertime in eastern China, Science of Toatl Environment, 395:41-49.
96. Han Y.M., Z.W. Han, J.J. Cao, J.C. Chow, J.G. Watson, Z.S. An, S.X. Liu, R.J. Zhang, 2008, Distribution and origin of carbonaceous aerosol over a rural high-mountain lake area, Northern China and its transport significance, Atmos. Environ., 42:2405-2414.
97. Lau K.-M., V. Ramanathan, G.-X. Wu, Z. Li, S. C. Tsay, C. Hsu, R. Sikka, B. Holben, D. Lu, G. Tartari, M. Chin, P. Koudelova, H. Chen, Y. Ma, J. Huang, K. Taniguchi, and R. Zhang, 2008, The Joint Aerosol-Monsoon Experiment - A new challenge for monsoon climate research, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 89(3): 369-383.
98. Yang Duoxing,Wang Zhongqiong, Zhang Renjian., 2008, Estimating air quality impacts of elevated point source emissions in Chongqing, China, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 8(3), 279-294.
99. Shen Z.X., R. Arimoto, T. Okuda, J.J. Cao, R.J. Zhang, X.X. Li, N. Du, S.Nakao, S. Tanaka, 2008, Seasonal variations and evidence for the effectiveness of pollution controls on water-soluble inorganic species in total suspended particulates and fine particulate matter from Xi'an, China, J. Air & Waste Manage. Assoc. 58:1560-1570.
100. Cao J.J., S.C. Lee, J.C. Chow, J.G. Watson, K.F. Ho, R.J. Zhang, Z.D. Jin, Z.X. Shen, G.C. Chen, Y.M. Kang, S.C. Zou, L.Z. Zhang, S.H. Qi, M.H. Dai, Y. Cheng, and K. Hu, 2007, Spatial and seasonal distributions of carbonaceous aerosols over China, J. Geophys. Res., 112, D22S11, doi:10.1029/2006JD008205.
101. Shen, Z. X., J. J. Cao, R. Arimoto, R. J. Zhang, D. M. Jie, S. X. Liu, and C. S. Zhu, 2007: Chemical composition and source characterization of spring aerosol over Horqin sand land in northeastern China, J. Geophys. Res., 112, D14315, doi:10.1029/ 2006JD007991.
102. Ho, K. F., J. J. Cao, S. C. Lee, K. Kawamura, R. J. Zhang, J. C. Chow, and J. G. Watson, 2007, Dicarboxylic acids, ketocarboxylic acids, and dicarbonyls in the urban atmosphere of China, J. Geophys. Res., 112, D22S27, doi:10.1029/2006JD008011.
103. Fu C.B., Ailikun, Zhang R.J., and Yan X.D., 2006, Development of a coordinated data, observation and modeling program for MAIRS (Monsoon Asia Integrated Regional Study),China Particuology,4(6),352-355.
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105. Zhang Meigen, Yifen Pu, Renjian Zhang, Zhiwei Han, 2006, Simulation of sulfur transport and transformation in East Asia with a comprehensive chemical transport model. Environ. Model. Software, 21:812-820
106. Zhang Meigen, Itsushi Uno, Renjian Zhang, Zhiwei Han, Zifa Wang, Yifen Pu, 2006, Evaluation of the Models-3 Community Multi-scale Air Quality (CMAQ) modeling system with observations obtained during the TRACE-P experiment: Comparison of ozone and its related species. Atmos. Environ., 40(26):4874-4882.
107. Sun Jianhua, Zhao Linna, Zhao Sixiong, Zhang Renjian, 2006, An integrated dust storm prediction system suitable for east Asia and its simulation results, Global and Planetary Change, 52: 71-87.
108. Shen Z.X., J.J. Cao, X.Y. Zhang, R. Arimoto, J.F. Ji, W.L. Balsam,Y.Q. Wang, R.J. Zhang, X.X. Li, 2006, Spectroscopic analysis of iron-oxide minerals in aerosol particles from northern China, Science of the Total Environment, 367: 899-907.
109. Yang Duoxing, Chen Gangcai, Zhang Renjian, 2006,Estimated Public Health Exposure to H2S Emissions from a Sour Gas Well Blowout in Kaixian County, China, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 6(4), 430-443.
110. Ohta Atsuyuki, Hiroshi Tsuno, Hiroyuki Kagi, Yutaka Kanai, Masaharu Nomura, Renjian Zhang, Shigeru Terashima and Noboru Imai, 2006, Chemical compositions and XANES speciations of Fe, Mn and Zn from aerosols collected in China and Japan during dust events, Geochemical Journal, 40, 363-376.
111. Zhang Meigen, Xu Yongfu, Zhang Renjian, Han Zhiwei, 2005, Emission and concentration distributions of black carbon aerosol in East Asia during the spring time, Chinese Journal of Geophysics, 48(1), 55-61.
112. Kanai Yutaka, Ohta Atsuyuki, Kamioka Hikari, Terashima Shigeru, Imai Noboru, Kanai Michiyo, Shimizu Hiroshi, Takahashi Yoshio, Kai Kenji, Hayashi Masahiko, Zhang Renjian, and Sheng Lifang, 2005, Characterization of Aeolian Dust in East China and Japan from 2001 to 2003, Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 83A, 73—106.
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114. Li Can, Xu Li, Shao Min, Zhang Renjian, 2004, Interannual variability of carbon cycle implied by a 2-D atmospheric transport model, J. Environ. Sci., 16(5), 779-783.
115. Zeng X.-M., M. Zhao, R.-C. Yu, N.-S. Lin, Y.-Q. Zheng, L.-J. Zhang and R.-J. Zhang, Application of a Big-Tree model to regional climate modeling: a sensitivity study, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2003,76(3-4), 203-218.
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