Research ID: http://www.researcherid.com/rid/H-3195-2011

Google Scholar Profile

Ø2017

  1. Wang H., Wang X.F., Yang X., Li W.J., Xue L.K., Wang T., Chen J.M., Wang W.X., (2017) Mixed chloride aerosols and their atmospheric implications: a review, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 17(4), 878-887. (IF=2.393)

  2. Li W.J., Xu L., Liu X.H., Zhang J.C., Lin Y.T., Yao X.H., Gao H.W., Zhang D.Z., Chen J.M., Wang W.X., Harrison R.M., Zhang X.Y., Shao L.Y., Fu P.Q., Nenes A., Shi Z.B.*, (2017) Air pollution–aerosol interactions produce more bioavailable iron for ocean ecosystems, Science Advances, 3(3) : e1601749.  [pdf download]

    科学网报道:http://news.sciencenet.cn/htmlnews/2017/4/374359.shtm

    基金委报道:http://www.nsfc.gov.cn/publish/portal0/tab38/info66191.htm

    中文视频:https://v.qq.com/x/page/q0385wqscx4.html

    文章英文视频科普介绍https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jv2ami6QE0E

    伯明翰大学报道:

    http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/news/latest/2017/03/iron-dissolved-by-air-pollution.aspx

    科技日报:

    http://digitalpaper.stdaily.com/http_www.kjrb.com/kjrb/html/2017-03/21/content_365488.htm?div=-1

    BBC采访问约10min

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08g2tvp

    其他报纸媒体的报道链接如下:

    ü  NewsDog: Air pollution could help oceans increase amount of greenhouse gases they can absorb. China: http://newsdog.today/a/article/58b954a3129071312bb955d5/

    ü  CNBC: Air pollution could help oceans increase amount of greenhouse gases they can absorb. United States: http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/03/air-pollution-could-help-oceans-increase-amount-of-greenhouse-gases-they-can-absorb.html

    ü  ElUniversal.mx: Partículas contaminantes pueden fertilizar el océano. Mexico:http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/articulo/ciencia-y-salud/ciencia/2017/03/3/particulas-contaminantes-pueden-fertilizar-el-oceano

    ü  Otras Voces en Educacion China: El hierro disuelto por la contaminación del aire puede aumentar el potencial del océano para atrapar carbon. Venezuela: http://otrasvoceseneducacion.org/archivos/205810

    ü  Agua.es: Partículas contaminantes podrían estar fertilizando el océano. Spain: http://www.iagua.es/noticias/ep/17/03/02/particulas-contaminantes-podrian-estar-fertilizando-oceano

    ü  Research & Development. Pollution May Increase Ocean's Ability to Trap Carbon, Offsetting Global Warming. United States: http://www.rdmag.com/article/2017/03/pollution-may-increase-oceans-ability-trap-carbon-offsetting-global-warming

    ü  Smithsonian: Human Pollution May Be Fertilizing The Oceans. Here’s Why That’s Not a Good Thing. United States : http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/human-pollution-may-be-fertilizing-oceans-not-good-180962346/

    ü  TeInteresa.es: LOS OCÉANOS PUEDEN ABSORBER EL HIERRO DISUELTO EN EL AIRE POR LAS CIUDADES Y LA INDUSTRIA. Spain: http://www.teinteresa.es/espana/OCEANOS-ABSORBER-DISUELTO-CIUDADES-INDUSTRIA_0_1751825007.html

    ü  ECOticias.com: Cómo fertilizar el océano?. Spain: http://www.ecoticias.com/medio-ambiente/133180/Como-fertilizar-oceano

    ü  EcoDiario - ElEconomista.esLos océanos pueden absorber el hierro disuelto en el aire por las ciudades y la industria. Spain: http://ecodiario.eleconomista.es/sociedad/noticias/8192731/03/17/Los-oceanos-pueden-absorber-el-hierro-disuelto-en-el-aire-por-las-ciudades-y-la-industria.html

    ü  La Informacion.com: LOS OCÉANOS PUEDEN ABSORBER EL HIERRO DISUELTO EN EL AIRE POR LAS CIUDADES Y LA INDUSTRIA. Spain: http://www.lainformacion.com/medio-ambiente/recursos-naturales/oceanos/OCEANOS-ABSORBER-DISUELTO-CIUDADES-INDUSTRIA_0_1004299986.html

    ü  Europa Press: Partículas contaminantes pueden fertilizar el océano. Spain: http://www.europapress.es/ciencia/habitat-y-clima/noticia-particulas-contaminantes-pueden-fertilizar-oceano-20170302105922.html

    ü  dmanewsdesk: Iron dissolved by air pollution may increase ocean potential to trap carbon. Canada: http://dmanewsdesk.com/iron-dissolved-by-air-pollution-may-increase-ocean-potential-to-trap-carbon/

    ü  ScienceDaily: Iron dissolved by air pollution may increase ocean potential to trap carbon       . United States: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/03/170301142212.htm

    ü  Voice of America: Air Pollution Particles May Fertilize Oceans, Study Finds. United States: http://www.voanews.com/a/pollution-particles-fertilize-oceans/3745610.html

    ü  EurekAlert!     Iron dissolved by air pollution may increase ocean potential to trap carbon. United States: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-03/uob-idb022417.php

    ü  Phys.org: Iron dissolved by air pollution may increase ocean potential to trap carbon. United States: https://phys.org/news/2017-03-iron-dissolved-air-pollution-ocean.html

    ü  Telecinco.es: El hierro disuelto por la contaminación del aire puede aumentar el potencial del océano para atrapar carbono       . Spain: http://www.telecinco.es/informativos/tecnologia/disuelto-contaminacion-aumentar-potencial-carbono_0_2332050997.html

    ü  La Informacion.com: El hierro disuelto por la contaminación del aire puede aumentar el potencial del océano para atrapar carbon. Spain: http://www.lainformacion.com/medio-ambiente/recursos-naturales/oceanos/disuelto-contaminacion-aumentar-potencial-carbono_0_1004001238.html

    ü  EcoDiario - ElEconomista.es: El hierro disuelto por la contaminación del aire puede aumentar el potencial del océano para atrapar carbon. Spain: http://ecodiario.eleconomista.es/sociedad/noticias/8191603/03/17/El-hierro-disuelto-por-la-contaminacion-del-aire-puede-aumentar-el-potencial-del-oceano-para-atrapar-carbono.html

    ü  SIGLO XXI: El hierro disuelto por la contaminación del aire puede aumentar el potencial del océano para atrapar carbono       . Spain: http://www.diariosigloxxi.com/texto-ep/mostrar/20170301200107/hierro-disuelto-contaminacion-aire-puede-aumentar-potencial-oceano-atrapar-carbono

    ü  Cuatro.com: El hierro disuelto por la contaminación del aire puede aumentar el potencial del océano para atrapar carbon. Spain: http://www.cuatro.com/noticias/tecnologia/disuelto-contaminacion-aumentar-potencial-carbono_0_2332051000.html

    ü  Interbusca: El hierro disuelto por la contaminación del aire puede aumentar el potencial del océano para atrapar carbon. Spain: http://noticias.interbusca.com/ciencia/el-hierro-disuelto-por-la-contaminacion-del-aire-puede-aumentar-el-potencial-del-oceano-para-atrapar-carbono-20170301200107.html

    ü  Bolsamanía.com: El hierro disuelto por la contaminación del aire puede aumentar el potencial del océano para atrapar carbon. Spain: http://www.bolsamania.com/noticias/sociedad/el-hierro-disuelto-por-la-contaminacion-del-aire-puede-aumentar-el-potencial-del-oceano-para-atrapar-carbono--2553060.html

    ü  Diario Galicia Multimedia    El hierro disuelto por la contaminación del aire puede aumentar el potencial del océano para atrapar carbon. Spain: http://www.diariogaliciamultimedia.com/?_0H31K1770x0F000

    ü  Press Release Point       : Iron dissolved by air pollution may increase ocean potential to trap carbon. India: http://www.pressreleasepoint.com/node/1117503

    ü  The Puzzling Effects of Air Pollution on the Oceans. http://insights.globalspec.com/article/4381/the-puzzling-effects-of-air-pollution-on-the-oceans

     

  3. Xu L., Liu L., Zhang J., Zhang Y.X., Ren Y., Wang X., Li W.J. *, (2017) Morphology,Composition, and Mixing State of Individual Aerosol Particles in Northeast China during Wintertime, Atmosphere, 8(3), 47; doi:10.3390/atmos8030047.(IF=1.221) [pdf download]

  4. Xu C.H., Wei M., Chen J.M., Wang X.F., Zhu C., Li J.R.,Zheng L.L., Sui G.D., Li W.J., WangW.X., Zhang Q.Z., Mellouki A., (2017) Bacterial characterization in ambientsubmicron particles during severe haze episodes at Ji’nan, China, Scienceof The Total Environment, 580, 188-196. (IF=3.976)
  5. Xu C.H., Wei M., Chen J.M., Sui X., Zhu C., Li J.R.,Zheng L.L., Sui G.D., Li W.J., WangW.X., Zhang Q.Z., Mellouki A., (2017) Investigation of diverse bacteria incloud water at Mt. Tai, China, Science of The Total Environment, 580,258-265. (IF=3.976)
  6. Ren Y., Zhang X.F., Wei H.L., Xu L., Zhang J., Sun J.X., Wang X.*, Li W. J.*, (2017) Comparisons of methods to obtain insoluble particles in snow for transmission electron microscopy, Atmospheric Environment, 153, 61–69. (IF=3.281) [pdf download]
  7. Chen S.R., Xu L., Zhang Y.X., Chen B., Wang X.F., Zhang X.Y., Zheng M., Chen J.M., Wang W.X., Sun Y.L., Fu P.Q., Wang Z.F., and Li W.J.*, (2017) Direct observations of organic aerosols in common wintertime hazes in North China: insights into direct emissions from Chinese residential stoves, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics., 17, 1259-1270. (IF=5.114) [pdf download]

         科学网对于该论文的报道:华北散煤利用的直接排放是冬季霾的重要来源之一

 

Ø2016

  1. Li W. J.*, Sun, J. X., Xu, L., Shi, Z. B., Riemer, N., Sun, Y. L., Fu, P. Q., Zhang, J. C., Lin, Y. T., Wang, X. F., Shao, L. Y., Chen, J. M., Zhang, X. Y., Wang, Z. F., Wang, W. X., (2016) A conceptual framework for mixing structures in individual aerosol particles, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, doi: 10.1002/2016JD025252. (IF=3.381) [pdf download](Cover Paper)该文章作为JGR封面文章发表。                                                                                   
  2. Yao, L., Yang, L. X., Chen, J. M., Wang, X. F., Xue, L. L., Li, W. J., Sui, X., Wen, L., Chi J. W., Zhu, Y. H., Zhang, J. M., Xu, C. H.,, Zhu, T., Wang, W. X., (2016) Characteristics of carbonaceous aerosols: Impact of biomass burning and secondary formation in summertime in a rural area of the North China Plain, Science of the Total Environment, 557–558 520–530. (IF=4.099)                               
  3.  Sun, Y. L., Jiang, Q., Xu, Y. S., Ma, Y., Zhang, Y. J., Liu, X. G., Li, W. J., Wang, F., Li, J., Wang, P. C., Li, Z. Q., (2016), Aerosol characterization over the North China Plain: Haze life cycle and biomass burning impacts in summer, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 121(5), 2508-2521. (IF=3.318)
  4. Sun, J.F., Peng, H. Y., Chen, J. M., Wang, X.M., Wei, M., Li, W. J., Yang, L. X., Zhang, Q. Z.,  Wang, W.X., and Mellouki. A., (2016), An estimation of CO2 emission via agricultural crop residue open field burning in China from 1996 to 2013, Journal of Cleaner Production, 112, Part 4, 2625-2631.  (IF=4.959)

  5. Li, W.J.,Shao, L.Y., Zhang, D. Z., Ro,C. U., Hu, M., Bi,X. H., Geng,H., Matsuki,A., Niu,H. Y., Chen,J. M.,(2016). A review of single aerosol particle studies in the atmosphere of East Asia: morphology, mixing state, source, and heterogeneous reactionsJournal of Cleaner Production, 112, Part2, 1330-1349. (IF=4.959)[pdf download]

Ø2015 

  1. Li, W. J.,Chen,S.R.,Xu,Y. S., Guo,X. C.,Sun, Y. L., Yang, X. Y., Wang, Z. F., Zhao,X. D.,  Chen, J. M., and Wang.W. X., Mixing state, and sources of submicron regional background aerosols in the northern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau and the influence of  biomass burning, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics., 15, 13365-13376, 10.5194/acp-15-13365-2015, 2015. [pdf download].(IF= 5.114)
  2. Li, T., Wang, Y.*, Li, W. J.,Chen, J. M., Wang,T., and Wang, W. X., (2015), Concentrations and solubility of trace elements in fine particles at a mountain site, southern China: regional sources and cloud processing, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics., 15(15), 8987-9002. (IF= 5.114)
  3. Chi, J. W., Li, W. J.*, Zhang, D. Z., Lin, Y. T., Shen, X. J., Sun, J. Y., Chen J. M., Zhang, X. Y., Zhang, Y. M.*, and Wang, W. X., (2015). Sea salt aerosols as a reactive surface for inorganic and organic acidic gases in the arctic troposphere, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics., 15, 11341-11353.(IF= 5.114) [pdf download]
  4. Lu, Y. L., Chi, J. W., Yao, L., Yang, L. X., Li, W. J.*, Wang, Z. F., Wang, W. X.,(2015). Composition and mixing state of water soluble inorganic ions during hazy days in a background region ofNorth China, Science China Earth Sciences, 58 (11), 2026-2033. (IF=1.655)[pdf download]
  5. Yuan,Q., Li,W. J.*, Zhou,S. Z., Yang,L. X., Chi, J. W., Sui,X., Wang,W. X., 2015. Integrated evaluation of aerosols during haze-fog episodes at one regional background site in North China Plain, Atmospheric Research, 156(0), 102-110. (IF=3.377)[pdf download]

Ø2014

  1. Li, W.J., Chi, J.W., Shi, Z.B, Wang, X.F., Chen, B., Wang, Y., Li, T., Chen, J.M., Zhang, D.Z., Wang, Z.F., Shi, C., Liu, L., W.X. Wang., (2014) Composition and hygroscopicity of aerosol particles at Mt. Lu in South China: Implications for acid precipitation. Atmospheric Environment,94, 626-636. (IF= 3.281)[pdf download]
  2. Zhou, S., Wang, T., Wang, Z., Li, W.J., Xu, Z., Wang, X., Yuan, C., Poon, C. N., Louie, P. K. K., Luk, C. W. Y..Wang, W. Photochemical evolution of organic aerosols observed in urban plumes from Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta of China. Atmospheric Environment. 2014, 88, (0), 219-229. (IF= 3.281)
  3. Li, W.J., Shao, L, Shi, Z, Chen, J., Yang, L., Yuan, Q., Yan, C., Zhang, X., Wang, Y., Sun, J., Zhang, Y., Shen, X., Wang, Z.F., Wang, W.X.(2014) Mixing State and Hygroscopicity of Dust and Haze Particles Before Leaving Asian Continent. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres,119, (2), 1044-1059.. (IF=3.318)[pdf download]
  4. Zhou S, Yuan Q, Li W.J., Lu, Y., Zhang, Y.,Wang,W.X., (2014) Trace metals in atmospheric fine particles in one industrial urban city: Spatial variations, sources, and health implications. Journal of Environmental Sciences 26 (1), 205-213 (corresponding author). (IF=2.002)[pdf download]

Ø2013

  1. Li, W.J., T. Wang, S. Zhou, S. Lee, Y. Huang, Y. Gao, W. Wang (2013), Microscopic Observation of Metal-Containing Particles from Chinese Continental Outflow Observed from a Non-Industrial Site, Environmental Science & Technology, 47(16), 9124-9131.(IF=5.33)[pdf download]
  2. Li, W.J.,Wang, Y., Collett, J.L., Chen, J.M., Zhang, X.Y., Wang, Z.F., Wang, W.X. 2013. Microscopic evaluation of trace metals in cloud droplets in an acid precipitation region. Environmental Science & Technology. 2013, 47, (9), 4172-4180.(IF=5.33)[pdf download]
  3. Li, W.J., Shi, Z.B.,Yan, C., Yang, L.X.,Dong, C., Wang, W.X. 2013. Individual metal-bearing particles in a regional haze caused by firecracker and firework emissions. Science of the Total Environment. 443: 464-469. (IF=4.099)[pdf download]

Ø2012

  1. Li, W.J.,Shao, L.Y. 2012. Chemical modification of dust particles during different dust storm episodes. Aerosol and Air Quality Research. 12(6): 1095-1104. (IF= 2.094)[pdf download]
  2. Li, W.J.,Shi, Z.B., Zhang, D.Z., Zhang, X.Y., Li, P.R.,Feng,Q.J., Yuan, Q., Wang, W.X.2012. Haze particles over a coal-burningregion in the China Loess Plateau in winter: Three flight missions in December 2010.Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmosphere. 117(D12306). doi:10.1029/2012JD017720.(IF= 3.426)[pdf download]
  3. Fu, H.B., Zhang, M.,Li, W.J.,Chen, J.M., Wang, L.,Quan, X., Wang, W. 2012. Morphology, composition and mixing state of individual carbonaceous aerosol in urban Shanghai. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 12(2): 693-707. (IF= 5.053)

Ø2011

  1. Li, W.J.,Zhang, D.Z., Shao, L.Y., Zhou, S.Z., Wang, W.X.2011. Individual particle analysis of aerosols collected under haze and non-haze conditions at a high-elevation mountain site in the North China plain.Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.11(22): 11733-11744. (IF= 5.053)[pdf download]
  2. Li, W.J., Li, P.R., Sun,G.D., Zhou, S.Z.,Yuan, Q., Wang, W.X.2011. Cloud residues and interstitial aerosols from non-precipitating clouds over an industrial and urban area in northern China. Atmospheric Environment.45(15): 2488-2495. (IF= 3.281)[pdf download]
  3. Li, W.J.,Zhou, S.Z.,Wang, X.F., Xu, Z., Yuan, C., Yu, Y.C., Zhang, Q.Z., Wang, W.X.2011. Integrated evaluation of aerosols from regional brown hazes over Northern China in Winter: concentrations, sources, transformation, and mixing states.Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmosphere.116(D09301). doi:10.1029/2010JD015099.(IF= 3.426)[pdf download]
  4. Li, W.J.,Shao, L.Y., Shen, R.R., Yang, S.S., Wang, Z.S., Tang U. 2011. Internally mixed sea salt, soot, and sulfates at Macao: A coastal city in South China. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association.61(11): 1166-1173.(IF= 1.342).[pdf download]

Ø2010

  1. Li, W.J.,Shao, L.Y.,Buseck, P.R.2010. Haze types in Beijing and the influence of agricultural biomass burning. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.10(17): 8119-8130. (IF= 5.053)[pdf download]
  2. Li, W.J.,Shao, L.Y., Shen, R.R., Wang, Z.S., Yang, S.S., Tang, U. 2010. Size, composition, and mixing state of individual aerosol particles in a South China coastal city.Journal of Environmental Sciences.22(4): 561-569. (IF= 2.002).[pdf download]
  3. Li, W.J.,Shao, L.Y.2010. Characterization of mineral particles in winter fog of Beijing analyzed by TEM and SEM.Environmental Monitoring and Assessment.161(1): 565-573. (IF= 1.679).[pdf download]
  4. Li, W.J.,Shao, L.Y.2010. Mixing and water-soluble characteristics of particulate organic compounds in individual urban aerosol particles.Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmosphere. 115(D02301). doi:10.1029/2009JD012575. (IF= 3.426)[pdf download]

Ø2009年及之前

  1. Li, W.J.,Shao, L.Y.2009. Observation of nitrate coatings on atmospheric mineral dust particles, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 9(6): 1863-1871. (IF= 5.053).[pdf download]
  2. Li, W.J.,Shao, L.Y.2009. Transmission electron microscopy study of aerosol particles from the brown hazes in northern China. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmosphere. 114(D09302). doi: 10.2008jd011285. (IF= 3.426).[pdf download]
  3. Feng, X.D.,Zhi, D.,Huang, W.L., Shao, L.Y., Li, W.J.2009. Microscopic morphology and size distribution of particles in PM2.5 of Guangzhou City.Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry. 64(1): 37-51. (IF= 0.985).
  4. Shao, L.Y.,Li, W.J.,Xiao, Z.H., Sun,Z.Q., Jones, T.P.2008. The mineralogy and sources of dust particles collected from a severe Asian dust storm event in Beijing in spring 2006. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences. 25(3): 395-403. (IF= 0.925).
  5. Shao, L.Y., Li, W.J.,Yang, S.S., Shi, Z.B., Lu, S.L. (2007). Mineralogical characteristics of airborne particles collected in Beijing during a severe Asian dust storm period in spring 2002. Science in China Series D- Earth Sciences. 50(6): 953-959. (IF= 1.271).
  6. Shao, L.Y., Li, J.J., Zhao, H.Y., Yang, S.S., Li, H.,Li, W.J.,Jones, T.P., Sexton, K., BéruBé, K.2007. Associations between particle physicochemical characteristics and oxidative capacity: an indoor PM10 study in Beijing, China. Atmospheric Environment. 41(26): 5316-5326. (IF= 3.281).
  7. Yue, W.S., Li, X.L., Liu, J.F., Li, Y., Yu, X.H., Deng, B., Wan, T.M., Zhang, G.L., Huang, Y.Y., He, W., Hua, W.,Shao, L.Y.,Li, W.J.,Yang, S.S. 2006. Characterization of PM2.5 in the ambient air of Shanghai city by analyzing individual particles. Science of the Total Environment. 368(2-3): 916-925. (IF= 4.099).