Li Jiayun

发布时间:2021-09-27  字体大小T|T
       Li Jiayun, female, PhD, young researcher, master supervisor. In 2021, she received a doctorate degree from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. She is mainly engaged in the research of the physical and chemical properties of air compound pollution, the source of components and the generation mechanism, the physical and chemical structure of the boundary layer and the interaction of air pollution. She has published more than 10 SCI papers in journals such as Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Environmental Pollution, Science of the Total Environment and Atmospheric Environment.
Contact information:
Mailing address: College of Atmospheric Sciences, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou City, Gansu Province, 730000
Research direction:
The physical and chemical characteristics, component sources and generation mechanism of air complex pollution; the interaction between the physical and chemical structure of the boundary layer and air pollution
Published papers:
1.Li J, Cao L, Gao W, et al. Seasonal variations in the high time-resolved aerosol composition, sources, and chemical process of background submicron particles in North China Plain. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2020, 21(1), 1-19.
2.Li J, Gao W, Cao L, et al. Significant changes in autumn and winter aerosol composition and sources in Beijing from 2012 to 2018: effects of clean air actions. Environmental Pollution, 2020, 268,135803.
3.Li J, Liu Z, Cao L, et al. Highly time-resolved chemical characterization and implications of regional transport for submicron aerosols in the North China Plain. Science of the Total Environment, 2019, 705, 135803.
4.Li J, Liu Z, Gao W, et al. Insight into the formation and evolution of secondary organic aerosol in the megacity of Beijing, China. Atmospheric Environment, 2019, 220, 117070.
5.Li J, Gao W, et al. Effects of different stagnant meteorological conditions on aerosol chemistry and regional transport changes in Beijing, China. Atmospheric Environment. 2021, 258, 118483.
6.Yang S, Liu Z, Li J, et al. Insights into the chemistry of aerosol growth in Beijing: Implication of fine particle episode formation during wintertime. Chemosphere, 2021, 274, 129776.
7.Liu Q, Jia X, Quan J, Li J, et al. New positive feedback mechanism between boundary layer meteorology and secondary aerosol formation during severe haze events[J]. Scientific Report, 2018(1): 6095.
8.Yan Y, Liu Z, Gao W, Li J, et al. Physiochemistry characteristics and sources of submicron aerosols at the background area of North China Plain: Implication of air pollution control in heating season. Atmospheric Research, 2020, 105291.
9.Huang W, Yang Y, Wang Y, Gao W, Li H, Zhang Y, Li J, et al. Exploring the inorganic and organic nitrate aerosol formation regimes at a suburban site on the North China Plain. Science of the Total Environment, 2021, 768, 144538.
10.Wang Y, Gao W, Wang S, Song T, Gong Z, Ji D, Wang L, Liu Z, Tang G, Tian S, Li J, et al. Contrasting tends of PM2.5 and surface ozone concentrations in China from 2013 to 2017. National Science Review, 2019.

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