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Long Xin


Research Assistant Professor

School of Environmental Science and Engineering

longx@sustech.edu.cn

Brief Biography

 

Xin Long earned his Ph.D. degree from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is interested in numerical simulation in land use/change & atmospheric chemistry coupling, ozone & vegetation coupling, and the effects of anthropogenic activities on haze pollution.

 

Present Employment

Research Assistant Professor, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology

 

Education

2013/09–2016/07:Ph.D., Institute of Earth Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

2010/09–2013/07: Master, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

2006/09–2010/07: Bachelor, School of Resource and Environmental Sciences, Wuhan University

 

Work Experience

2019/01-present: Research Assistant Professor, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Southern University of Science and Technology

2016/08-2019/01: Post-doctoral research fellow, Institute of Earth Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences

 

Research Interests

Effects of anthropogenic activities on haze pollution
Land use/change & atmospheric chemistry coupling
Ozone & vegetation coupling

 

Published Works

Papers

[1] Tian, J., Wang, Q., Ni, H., Wang, M., Zhou, Y., Han, Y., Shen, Z., Pongpiachan, S., Zhang, N., Zhao, Z., Zhang Q., Zhang Y., Long X., Cao J., 2019. Emission characteristics of primary brown carbon absorption from biomass and coal burning: Development of an optical emission inventory for China. Journal of Geophys. Res.: Atmos..

[2] Zhao, S., Feng, T., Tie, X., Long, X., Li, G., Cao, J., Zhou, W., An, Z., 2018. Impact of Climate Change on Siberian High and Wintertime Air Pollution in China in Past Two Decades. Earth's Future 6, 118-133.

[3] Zhao, S., Feng, T., Tie, X., Dai, W., Zhou, J., Long, X., Li, G., Cao, J., 2018. Short‐term weather patterns modulate air quality in Eastern China during 2015‐2016 winter. Journal of Geophys. Res.: Atmos..

[4] Xu, R., Tie, X., Li, G., Zhao, S., Cao, J., Feng, T., Long, X., 2018. Effect of biomass burning on black carbon (BC) in South Asia and Tibetan Plateau: The analysis of WRF-Chem modeling. Sci. Total. Environ. 645, 901-912.

[5] Tian, J., Ni, H., Han, Y., Shen, Z., Wang, Q., Long, X., Zhang, Y., Cao, J., 2018. Primary PM2.5 and trace gas emissions from residential coal combustion: assessing semi-coke briquette for emission reduction in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, China. Atmos. Environ. 191, 378-386.

[6] Long, X., Tie, X., Li, G., Cao, J., Feng, T., Zhao, S., Xing, L., An, Z., 2018. Effect of ecological restoration programs on dust concentrations in the North China Plain: a case study. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 18.

[7] Long, X., Bei, N., Wu, J., Li, X., Tian, F., Li, X., Zhao, S., Cao, J., Tie, X., An, Z., 2018. Does afforestation deteriorate haze pollution in Beijing–Tianjin–Hebei (BTH), China? Atmos. Chem. Phys. 18, 10869.

[8] Li, N., Lu, Y., Liao, H., He, Q., Li, J., Long, X., 2018. WRF-Chem modeling of particulate matter in the Yangtze River Delta region: Source apportionment and its sensitivity to emission changes. PloS one 13, e0208944.

[9] Zhao, Z., Wang, Q., Xu, B., Shen, Z., Huang, R., Zhu, C., Su, X., Zhao, S., Long, X., Liu, S., 2017. Black carbon aerosol and its radiative impact at a high‐altitude remote site on the southeastern Tibet Plateau. Journal of Geophys. Res.: Atmos. 122, 5515-5530.

[10] Zhao, S., Tie, X., Long, X., Cao, J., 2017. Impacts of Himalayas on black carbon over the Tibetan Plateau during summer monsoon. Sci. Total. Environ. 598, 307-318.

[11] Su, X., Tie, X., Li, G., Cao, J., Huang, R., Feng, T., Long, X., Xu, R., 2017. Effect of hydrolysis of N 2 O 5 on nitrate and ammonium formation in Beijing China: WRF-Chem model simulation. Sci. Total. Environ. 579, 221-229.

[12] Ni, H., Tian, J., Wang, X., Wang, Q., Han, Y., Cao, J., Long, X., Chen, L.-W.A., Chow, J.C., Watson, J.G., 2017. PM2. 5 emissions and source profiles from open burning of crop residues. Sci. Total. Environ. 169, 229-237.

[13] Li, G., Bei, N., Cao, J., Wu, J., Long, X., Feng, T., Dai, W., Liu, S., Zhang, Q., Tie, X., 2017. Widespread and persistent ozone pollution in eastern China during the non-winter season of 2015: observations and source attributions. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 17.

[14] Bei, N., Wu, J., Elser, M., Tian, F., Cao, J., El-Haddad, I., Li, X., Huang, R., Li, Z., Long, X., 2017. Impacts of meteorological uncertainties on the haze formation in Beijing–Tianjin–Hebei (BTH) during wintertime: a case study. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 17, 14579.

[15] Xu, H., Ho, S.S.H., Gao, M., Cao, J., Guinot, B., Ho, K.F., Long, X., Wang, J., Shen, Z., Liu, S., 2016. Microscale spatial distribution and health assessment of PM2. 5-bound polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) at nine communities in Xi'an, China. Environ. Pollut. 218, 1065-1073.

[16] Tie, X., Huang, R.-J., Dai, W., Cao, J., Long, X., Su, X., Zhao, S., Wang, Q., Li, G., 2016. Effect of heavy haze and aerosol pollution on rice and wheat productions in China. Sci. Rep. 6, 29612.

[17] Long, X., Tie, X., Cao, J., Huang, R., Feng, T., Li, N., Zhao, S., Tian, J., Li, G., Zhang, Q., 2016. Impact of crop field burning and mountains on heavy haze in the North China Plain: a case study. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 16.

[18] Long, X., Li, N., Tie, X., Cao, J., Zhao, S., Huang, R., Zhao, M., Li, G., Feng, T., 2016. Urban dust in the Guanzhong Basin of China, part I: A regional distribution of dust sources retrieved using satellite data. Sci. Total. Environ.  541, 1603-1613.

[19] Li, N., Long, X., Tie, X., Cao, J., Huang, R., Zhang, R., Feng, T., Liu, S., Li, G., 2016. Urban dust in the Guanzhong basin of China, part II: A case study of urban dust pollution using the WRF-Dust model. Sci. Total. Environ.  541, 1614-1624.

[20] Yan, Y., Sun, Y., Ma, L., Long, X., 2015. A multidisciplinary approach to trace Asian dust storms from source to sink. Atmos. Environ. 105, 43-52.

[21] Zhao, S., Tie, X., Cao, J., Li, N., Li, G., Zhang, Q., Zhu, C., Long, X., Li, J., Feng, T., 2015. Seasonal variation and four-year trend of black carbon in the Mid-west China: the analysis of the ambient measurement and WRF-Chem modeling. Atmos. Environ. 123, 430-439.

 

Books

[1] Tie, X., Long, X., Dai, W., Brasseur, G.P., 2017. Surface PM2.5, Satellite Distribution of Atmospheric Optical Depth and Related Effects on Crop Production in China[M]. Air Pollution in Eastern Asia: An Integrated Perspective. Springer, pp. 479-488

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