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【Focus】Sulfate and Nitrate in Dust Particles

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Time: 9:30-10:30, 10 September (Tuesday)

Venue: Lecture Hall 221, Institute of Surface-Earth System Science (Building No. 16)

Speaker: Prof. Daizhou Zhang (Prefectural University of Kumamoto, Japan)


Dr. Daizhou Zhang is a professor in the Faculty of Environmental and Symbiotic Sciences of the Prefectural University of Kumamoto, Japan. He studied in Peking University from 1983 to 1994, and worked there as a postdoc and a staff before he started to work in the present university in 1999. After getting his degree by a study of internal gravity waves in the low tropical stratosphere at Peking University, he turned to study atmospheric aerosols. He has been working on aerosol particles at various areas from Chinese deserts to the Northwestern Pacific, and trying to reveal and elucidate the physical and chemical properties and their variations during the long-distance transport over East Asia. Recently, he has extended his research interests to bacterial aerosols and their dependence on mineral particles and weather conditions. (Lab homepage