WANG Xin
Professional Title: Professor
Email: wxin@tju.edu.cn
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Office Location:Rm 621, Building No.16
Education/Employment
2019.01~2019.04, Tianjin University, Professor,.
2015.05~2019.04, Lanzhou University, Professor,.
2009.07~2015.04, Lanzhou University, Assitant Professor,.
2005.09~2009.07, Lanzhou University, Ph.D. in meteorology,.
2003.09~2005.06, Lanzhou University, M.S. in meteorology,.
1999.09~2003.06, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, B.S. in Environment Sciences,.
Research

Urban air pollution properties

Insoluble light-absorbing impurities in snow and ice

Cloud/aerosol/radiation/climate interactions

Natural and anthropogenic dust events

Selected Publications
(1)
Wang, X.*, Liu, J., Che, H. Z., Ji, F., and Liu, J. J., 2018, Spatial and temporal evolution of natural and anthropogenic dust events over northern China, Sci. Rep.,.
(2)
Wang, X. *, Wen, H., Shi, J., Bi, J., Huang, Z., Zhang, B., Zhou, T., Fu, K., Chen, Q., and Xin, J., 2018, Optical and microphysical properties of natural mineral dust and anthropogenic soil dust near dust source regions over northwestern China, Atmos. Chem. Phys.,.
(3)
Wu, X., Liu, J., Wu, Y.*, Wang, X.*, Yu, X., Shi, J., Bi, J., Huang, Z., Zhou, T., and Zhang, R., 2018, Aerosol optical absorption coefficients at a rural site in Northwest China: The great contribution of dust particles, Atmos. Environ.,.
(4)
Wang, X.*, Pu, W., Ren, Y., Zhang, X., Zhang, X., Shi, J., Jin, H., Dai, M., and Chen, Q., 2017, Observations and model simulations of snow albedo reduction in seasonal snow due to insoluble light-absorbing particles during 2014 Chinese survey, Atmos. Chem. Phys.,.
(5)
Ren, Y., Zhang, X., Wei, H., Xu, L., Zhang, J., Sun, J., Wang, X.*, and Li, W., 2017, Comparisons of methods to obtain insoluble particles in snow for transmission electron microscopy, Atmos. Environ.,.
(6)
Pu, W., Wang, X.*, Wei, H., Zhou, Y., Shi, J., Hu, Z., Jin, H., and Chen, Q., 2016, Properties of black carbon and other insoluble light-absorbing particles in seasonal snow of northwest China, The Cryosphere Discuss.,.
(7)
Wang, X.*, Pu, W., Zhang, X. Y., Ren, Y., and Huang, J. P., 2015, Water-soluble ions and trace elements in surface snow and their potential source regions across northeastern China, Atmos. Environ.,.
(8)
Pu, W., Wang, X.*, Zhang, X. Y., Ren, Y., Shi, J. S., Bi, J. R., and Zhang, B. D., 2015, Size Distribution and Optical Properties of Particulate Matter (PM10) and Black Carbon (BC) during Dust Storms and Local Air Pollution Events across a Loess Plateau Site, Aerosol Air. Qual. Res.,.
(9)
Wang, X.*, Pu, W., Shi, J. S., Bi, J. R., Zhou, T., Zhang, X. Y., and Ren, Y., 2015, A comparison of the physical and optical properties of anthropogenic air pollutants and mineral dust over Northwest China, J. Meteorol. Res.,.
(10)
Wang, X.*, Xu, B. Q., and Ming, J., 2014, An Overview of the Studies on Black Carbon and Mineral Dust Deposition in Snow and Ice Cores in East Asia, J. Meteorol. Res.,.
(11)
Wang, X., Doherty, S. J., and Huang, J. P., 2013, Black carbon and other light-absorbing impurities in snow across Northern China, J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos.,.
(12)
Huang, J. P., Fu, Q. A., Zhang, W., Wang, X., Zhang, R. D., Ye, H., and Warren, S. G., 2011, Dust and Black Carbon in Seasonal Snow across Northern China, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc.,.
(13)
Wang, X., Huang, J. P., Zhang, R. D., Chen, B., and Bi, J. R., 2010, Surface measurements of aerosol properties over northwest China during ARM China 2008 deployment, J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos.,.
(14)
Wang, X., Huang, J. P., Ji, M. X., and Higuchi, K., 2008, Variability of East Asia dust events and their long-term trend, Atmos. Environ.,.