Chen Siyu

发布时间:2019-05-28  字体大小T|T
       Chen Siyu, is the Doctor of Science, Professor, Changjiang Young Scholar of Ministry of Education. His main research areas include air pollution, the interaction between the atmospheric environment and climate change, and aerosol physical processes. He focuses on the parameterization of dust emission, aerosol dynamic transport, absorbing aerosol radiative forcing and climate effects, the impact of human activities on dust emission, the risk assessment of aerosols on human health through different channels, and sand and dust storm warning and forecasting. The research results obtained are of great significance in air pollution control, numerical weather prediction, and global climate change. In recent years, as the first or corresponding author, he has published nearly 30 papers in authoritative journals in the field of atmospheric sciences such as Environmental Science & Technology, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Journal of Climate, Journal of Geophysical Research, etc.. He presided over a number of national, provincial and ministerial-level projects such as the General Program (Key Program, Major Research Plan) of National Natural Science Foundation of China, and participated in a number of national-level projects such as the innovative research groups of the National Natural Science Fund Committee of Science, and public welfare industry (meteorology) research projects. The total scientific research funding is 4 million. Relevant results were selected as the cover papers of Environmental Science & Technology, Journal of Meteorological Research; His ESI highly cited papers, Altimetric top 5% papers, Science China 'hot papers' and China Desert Science Top Ten Papers were interviewed as research highlights by Global Times , and were reported by mainstream media at home and abroad such as Xinhua News Agency, Daily Mail, Science and Technology Daily, Guangming Daily, etc. He has won the second prize of Natural Science of the Ministry of Education, the 'Academic Newcomer Award' of the Ministry of Education, the outstanding instructor of the Lanzhou University College Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship Action Plan, and was selected into the 'Western Light' Talent Training Program of the Organization Department. He is the backbone member of the National University Huang Danian Teacher Team, the 'Yangtze River Scholars' innovation team of the Ministry of Education, the 'Key Field Innovation Team' of the Ministry of Science and Technology, and the provincial teaching team of Gansu Province. He serves as a reviewer for dozens of international SCI journals, including Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, Journal of Geophysical Research, Environmental Pollution, Journal of Climate, Atmospheric Environment, International Journal of Climatology, Atmospheric Research, etc. He enrolls graduate students with professional backgrounds in atmosphere, ocean, environment, mathematics, physics, and computer all year round.
Address: College of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou City, Gansu Province, 730000
Main academic papers:
1. Yuan ,T.,Chen, S.*,Wang ,L.,Yang Y,Bi H.,Zhang, X.,&Zhang Y. (2020). Impacts of two East Asian atmospheric circulation modes on Black Carbon aerosol over the Tibetan Plateau in winter.Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 125, e2020JD032458.
2. Zhang X., Chen, S.*, Kang, L., Yuan, T., Luo, Y., Alam, K., Li, J., He, Y., Bi, H., & Zhao, D. (2020). Direct radiative forcing induced by light-absorbing aerosols in different climate regions over East Asia. Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres, 125, e2019JD032228.
3. Zeng, Y., Wang, M., Zhao, C., Chen, S., Liu, Z., Huang, X., & Gao, Y. (2020). WRF-Chem v3.9 simulations of the East Asian dust storm in May 2017: modeling sensitivities to dust emission and dry deposition schemes, Geosci. Model Dev.,13, 2125–2147.
4. Yuan, T., Chen, S.*, Huang, J.*, Zhang, X., Luo, Y., Ma, X. (2019). Sensitivity of simulating a dust storm over Central Asia to different dust schemes using the WRF-Chem model. Atmospheric Environment, 207, 16–29.
5. Liu,D., Zhao, T.L.*, Boiyo,R., Chen, S.*, Lu, Z., Wu, Y., and Zhao, Y. (2019) Vertical structures of dust aerosols over East Asia based on CALIPSO retrievals. Remote Sensing, 11, 701; doi:10.3390/rs11060701.
6. Chen, S., Zhang, X., Lin, J., Huang, J.*, Zhao, D., Yuan, T., Huang, K., Luo, Y., Jia, Z., Zang, Z., Qiu, Y., Li, X.(2019). Fugitive road dust PM2.5 emissions and their potential health impacts. Environmental Science & Technology.
7. Chen S., T. Yuan, X. Zhang, G. Zhang, T. Feng, D. Zhao, Z. Zang, S. Liao, X. MA, N. Jiang, J. Zhang, F. Yang, and H. Lu (2018). Dust modeling over East Asia during the summer of 2010 using the WRF-Chem model [J]. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer. Doi: 10.1016/j.jqsrt.2018.04.013.
8. Chen S., N. Jiang, J. Huang, X. Xu, H. Zhang, Z. Zang,K. Huang, X. Xu, Y. Wei, X. Guan, X. Zhang, Y. Luo,Z. Hu, and T. Feng (2018). Quantifying contributions of natural and anthropogenic dust emission from different climatic regions [J]. Atmospheric Environment, 191 (2018) 94–104. DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2018.07.043.
9. Chen S., Jiang Nanxuan, Huang Jianping, Xu Xiaoguang, Zhang Huiwei, Zang Zhou, Huang Kangning, Xu Xiaocong, Wei Yun, Guan Xiaodan, Zhang Xiaorui, Luo Yuan, Hu Zhiyuan, Feng Taichen (2018). Estimations of indirect and direct anthropogenic dust emission at the global scale. Atmospheric Environment.2018. DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2018.11.063.
10. Zhang H, S. Chen*, N. Jiang, X. Wang, X. Zhang, J. Liu*, Z. Zang, D. wu, T. Yuan, Y. Luo, D. Zhao (2018). Differences in sulfate aerosol radiative forcing between daytime and nighttime over East Asia using the WRF-Chem model[J]. Atmosphere, 9, 441; doi:10.3390/atmos9110441.
11. Yuan T., S. Chen*, J. Huang, D. Wu, H. Lu, G. Zhang, X. Ma, Z. Chen, Y. Luo and X. Ma (2018). Influence of dynamic and thermal forcing on the meridional transport of Taklimakan Desert dust in spring and summer [J]. Journal of Climate. doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0361.1.
12. Huang, J., Kang, S., Yin, R., Ram, K., Liu, X., Lu, H., Guo, J., Chen, S.,& Tripathee, L. (2020). Desert dust as a significant carrier of atmospheric mercury, Environmental Pollution, 267, 115442.
13. Zhiyuan Hu, Jianping Huang, Chun Zhao, Jiangrong Bi, Qinjian Jin, Yun Qian, L. Ruby Leung, Taichen Feng, Siyu Chen, Jianmin Ma. (2019). Modeling the contributions of Northern Hemisphere dust sources to dust outflow from East Asia [J]. Atmospheric Environment. Doi: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2019.01.022.
14. Zhang, Z., Huang, J., Chen, B., Yi, Y., Liu, J., Bi, J., Zhou T., Huang Z., Chen S. (2019). Three-year continuous observation of pure and polluted dust aerosols over Northwest China using the ground-based lidar and sun photometer data. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 124, 1118-1131.
15. Chen S., J. Huang*, L. Kang, H. Wang, X. Ma, Y. He, T. Yuan, B. Yang, Z. Huang, and G. Zhang (2017). Emission, transport and radiative effects of mineral dust from Taklimakan and Gobi Deserts: comparison of measurements and model results. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 17(3):1-43, doi: 10.5194/acp-17-2401-2017.
16. Chen S., J. Huang*, Y. Qian, C. Zhao, L. Kang, B. Yang, Y. Wang, Y. Liu, T. YUAN, T. WANG, X. Ma and G. Zhang (2017), An Overview of Mineral Dust Modeling over East Asia [J], Journal of Meteorological Research. doi:10.1007/s13351-017-6142-2.
17. Li J., Q. Lv, M. Zhang, T. Wang, K. Kawamoto, S. Chen, B. Zhang, 2017: Effects of atmospheric dynamics and aerosols on the fraction of supercooled water clouds [J], Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 17, 1847-2863, doi:10.5194/acp-17-1847-2017.
18. Chen, S., J Huang,J. Li,R. Jia, N. Jiang, L. Kang, X. Ma, T. Xie, Comparison of dust emission, transport, and deposition between the Taklimakan Desert and Gobi Desert from 2007 to 2011, 2017, Science China Earth Sciences, 60:1-1, doi:1.01007/s11430-016-9051-0.
19. Litai Kang, Siyu Chen*, Jianping Huang, Shuman Zhao, Xiaojun Ma, Tiangang Yuan, Xiaorui Zhang, and Tingting Xie, The spatial and temporal distribution of absorbing aerosols over East Asia. Remote Sensing, 2017, Remote Sensing, 9, 1050, doi: 10.3390/rs9101050.
20. Liu J., Wu, D., Liu G., Mao, R.,Chen, S., Ji, M., Fu, P., Su, Y., Pan, X., Jin, H., Zhou, Y., & Wang, X. (2020). Impact of Arctic amplifcation on declining spring dust events in East Asia, Climate Dynamics, 54, 1913-1935.
21. Chen, S., C. Zhao*, Y. Qian, L. R. Leung, J. Huang, Z. Huang, J. Bi, W. Zhang, J. Shi, L. Yang, D. Li, and J. Li (2014), Regional modeling of dust mass balance and radiative forcing over East Asia using WRF-Chem, Aeolian Research, Doi: 10.1016/j.aeolia.2014.02.001.
22. Chen, S., J. Huang, Y. Qian, J. Ge, and J. Su (2014), Effects of aerosols on autumn precipitation over Mid-eastern China, Journal of Tropical meteorology, Doi:1006-8775(2014) 03-0242-09.
23. Chen, S.*, J. Huang, C. Zhao, Y. Qian, L. R. Leung, and B. Yang (2013), Modeling the transport and radiative forcing of Taklimakan dust over the Tibetan Plateau: A case study in the summer of 2006, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 118, Doi:10.1002/jgrd.50122.
24. Zhao C.*, S. Chen, L.R. Leung, Y. Qian, J.F. Kok, R.A. Zaveri, and J. Huang (2013), Uncertainty in Modeling Dust Mass Balance and Radiative Forcing from Size Parameterization. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 13(21): 10733-10753, Doi:10.5194/acp-13-10733-2013.
25. Kang, L.T., J. Huang and S. Chen (2015), Long-term trends of dust events over Tibetan Plateau during 1961-2010. Atmospheric Environment, 125(2016) 188-198.
26. Yuan Tiangang, Chen siyu, Kang litai et al. Temporal and Spatial Distribution Characteristics and Change Tends of dust intensity in dust source regions of Northern China during 1961-2010 [J]. Journal of Arid Meteorology, 2016, 34(6):927-935, Doi:10.11755/j.issn.1006-7639 (2016)-06-0927.
27. Kang Litai and Chen Siyu, Numerical Modeling of a dust storm process in Northern China. Chinese Desert. 2017, 37(3), doi:10.7522/j.issn.1000-694X.2015.00246.

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