张彦旭  教授

电子邮件:zhangyx AT nju.edu.cn  

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个人简历:   

张彦旭,南京大学大气科学学院教授、博导、国家高层次青年人才计划入选者、江苏省双创人才。曾获全国百篇优秀博士学位论文奖。2006年大学本科毕业于北京大学环境科学系,随后于2010年和2013年分别获得了北京大学和美国华盛顿大学的博士学位。2013年至2017年在美国哈佛大学从事博士后研究,并在格雷丁环境咨询公司担任环境科学家。2019年起担任哈佛大学管理的国际著名模式GEOS-Chem模式科学指导委员会委员以及“汞和持久性有机污染物”工作组组长。  

  研究领域包括大气和海洋环境化学、持久性污染物的生物地球化学循环、气候变化和人为排放对环境质量和人体健康的影响等。共发表SCI论文50余篇,发表刊物包括美国科学院院刊(PNAS)、自然通讯(Nature Communications)、One Earth等全球知名期刊。研究成果多次被路透社,美国地调局,哈佛大学主页等国际媒体报道。论文目前累计共被引用次数近3000次,H指数24,并多次为丹麦环境部、日本国立环境研究所和国家能源研究所提供咨询报告。

  我与国内外著名大学(包括北京大学,华盛顿大学,哈佛大学,MIT等)建立了良好的合作关系,欢迎校内、外的本科生参与科研项目和报考研究生。同时招收博士后研究人员及专职科研岗位,有意者请与我直接联系。  

  

研究方向    

大气化学、环境化学、海洋化学
大气、海洋输送模式开发持久性污染物(汞、POPs)的生物地球化学循环
城市(超高精度)空气质量模拟
气候、能源和环境政策对空气质量和人体健康的影响
  

教育经历    

美国华盛顿大学大气科学系 博士(导师:Lyatt Jaeglé)2009-2013  

北京大学城市与环境学院 博士(导师陶澍 院士)2006-2010  

北京大学环境学院 学士  2002-2006

  

工作经历    

南京大学大气科学系 教授

美国哈佛大学工程与应用科学学院 博士后(合作导师:Daniel Jacob & Elsie Sunderland)2013-2017  

美国Gradient环境咨询公司 环境科学家  2015-2017

  

所获奖励    

江苏省双创人才  

国家高层次青年人才计划  

全国优秀百篇博士学位论文(国务院学委员会、教育部)  

北京大学优秀博士学位论文一等奖(北京大学)  

  

在研项目    

科技部国家重点研发计划“地球系统模式中的气溶胶模式研发及气溶胶气候效应评估”,课题负责人 2019-2024

基金委面上项目“中国河流汞输出对近岸环境及我国人体健康的影响”,主持 2022-2025 

基金委面上项目“中国近海区域汞的海气交换模拟研究”,主持 2019-2022  

南京大学关键地球物质循环前沿科学中心“青年教师团队”培育项目,主持,2021

中央高校基本科研业务费原创交叉项目,主持,2021

江苏省双创计划,主持 2019-2021  

国家高层次青年人才计划,主持  

南京大学引进人才自主启动课题项目,主持  

  

代表性论文

Qiaotong Pang#, Jing Gu#, Yanxu Zhang*. Gold's dark side: global health impact of artisanal gold mining accounts for half of its revenue. Science, Under Evaluation.

Yiming Peng#, Peipei Wu#, Amina T. Schartup, Yanxu Zhang*. Plastic waste release caused by COVID-19 and its fate in the global ocean. PNAS, In Revision.

Peipei Wu#, Ruochong Xu#, Xuantong Wang#, Amina Schartup, Yanxu Zhang*. Tracking Seventy Years of Sources, Sinks, Sizes, and Age of Marine Plastics. Nature Communicaions, Under Review.

Jing Zhao, Rong Tang, Yifan Liu, Xin Huang, Yanxu Zhang, Aijun Ding, Haikun Wang. Health co-benefit of China's carbon peak before 2030. Nature Communications. In Revision.

Zhang Y.*, S. Dutkiewicz, E. Sunderland. Impacts of climate change on methylmercury formation and bioaccumulation in the 21st century ocean. One Earth, 4(2), 279-288.

Yanxu Zhang*, Stephanie Dutkiewicz, Huanxin Zhang, Shiliang Wu, Long Chen, Shuxiao Wang, Ping Li, Feiyue Wang. Global Health Effects of Future Atmospheric Mercury Emissions. Nature Communications, 12, 3035 (2021). [research highlight paper]

Ruoyu Sun, Jingjing Yuan, Jeroen E. Sonke, Yanxu Zhang, Tong Zhang, Wang Zheng, Shun Chen, Mei Meng, Jiubin Chen, Yi Liu, Xiaotong Peng, Congqiang Liu. Methylmercury produced in upper oceans accumulates in deep Mariana Trench fauna. NatureCommunications. 11(1):3389

Long Chen, Sai Liang, Maodian Liu, Yujun Yi, Zhifu Mi, Yanxu Zhang, Yumeng Li, Jianchuan Qi, Jing Meng, Xi Tang, Haoran Zhang, Yindong Tong, Wei Zhang, Xuejun Wang, Jiong Shu, Zhifeng Yang. Trans-provincial health impacts of atmospheric mercury emissions in China. Nature Communications. doi:10.1038/s41467-019-09080-6.

Zhang Y.*, D. Jacob, H. Horowitz, L. Chen, H. Amos, F. Slemr, V. St. Louis, D. Krabbenhoft, E. Sunderland. Observed decrease in atmospheric mercury explained by global decline in anthropogenic emissions. PNAS, 2016, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1516312113. [highlighted by Reuters and Harvard]    

Zhang Y., S. Tao*, H. Shen, J. Ma. Inhalation exposure to ambient polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and lung cancer risk of Chinese population. PNAS, 2009, 106: 21063-21067. [*student supervised]    

Wang H., Zhang Y., Lu X., McElory B. M. Trade-driven relocation of air pollution and health impacts in China. Nature Communications, 2017, doi: 10.1038/s41467-017-00918-5.    

Xie Y., Dai H., Zhang Y*., Hanaoka T., Masui T. Health and economic impacts of ozone pollution in China: a provincial level analysis. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. doi:10.5194/acp-2017-849. [*as co-corresponding author].    

Long C.*, Zhang Y.**, Sunderland E., Jacob D. Differences in Long-term Trends of Atmospheric Mercury between the Arctic and northern mid-latitudes suggest a decline in Atctic Ocean mercury. Geophys. Res. Lett., 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015GL064051. [*student supervised][**co-corresponding author] [highlighted by AGU Blogosphere]    

Zhang Y.*, E. Sunderland, S. Dutkiewicz, D. Jacob, H. Amos, M. Long. Biogeochemical drivers of the fate of riverine mercury discharged to the global and Arctic oceans. Glob. Biogeochem. Cycles, 2015, doi: 10.1002/2015GB005124. [highlighted by MITgcm webpage]    

Zhang Y., L. Jaeglé, L*. Thompson, D. G. Streets. Six centuries of changing oceanic mercury. Glob. Biogeochem. Cycles, 2014, doi: 10.1002/2014GB004939. [cover article]    

Zhang, Y., L. Jaeglé*, and L. A. Thompson, Natural biogeochemical cycle of mercury in a global three-dimensional ocean tracer model, Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 2014, 28, 553-570. [research spotlight by AGU Eos, 22 April 2015]    

Zhang Y., L. Jaeglé*, Decreases in mercury wet deposition trends over the United States during 2004 – 2010: roles of domestic and global background emissions reductions. Atmosphere 2013, 4: 113-131.    

Zhang Y., L. Jaeglé*, A. van Donkelaar, R. V. martin, C. D. Holmes, H. M. Amos, Q. Wang, R. Talbot, R. Artz, S. Brooks, W. Luke, T. M. Holsen, D. Felton, E. K. Miller, K. D. Perry, D. Schmeltz, A. Steffen, R. Tordon, P. Weiss-Penzias, R. Zsolway. Nested-grid simulation of mercury over North America. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2012, 12: 6095-6111.    

Zhang Y., S. Tao*, J. Ma, S. Simonich. Transpacific transport of benzo[a]pyrene emitted from Asia. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2011, 11: 11993-12006.    

Zhang Y., H. Shen, S. Tao*, J. Ma. Modeling the atmospheric transport and outflow of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons emitted from China. Atmos. Environ. 2011, 45: 2820-2827. [*student supervised]    

Zhang Y., S. Tao*. Global atmospheric emission inventory of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) for 2004. Atmos. Environ. 2009, 43: 812-819. [>400 citations, one of the most cited Atmospheric Environment articles published since 2008]    

Zhang Y., H. Dou, B. Chang, Z. Wei, W. Qiu, S. Liu, W. Liu, S. Tao*. Emission of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons from Indoor Straw Burning and Emission Inventory Updating in China. Ann. NY Acad. Sci. 2008, 1140: 218-227.    

Zhang Y., S. Tao*. Seasonal variation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) emissions in China. Environ. Pollut. 2008, 156: 657-663.    

Zhang Y., S. Tao*, J. Cao, R. M. Coveney JR. Emission of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in China by County. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2007, 41:683-687. [Top 20 most-cited papers in Environ. Sci. Technol. in 2007] [Most-cited Chinese papers in international journals in 2007]    

Zhang Y., B. Pan, W. Liu, H. Dai, Y. Xiao, X. Zhang, H. Yuan, S. Tao*. Dynamics of Sorption Behaviors of Phenanthrene on Natural Soils. J. Argro-Environ. Sci. (in Chinese), 2006, 25:699-703.  



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