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Zheng Mei

2018-07-14 05:01:55

Zheng Mei:

Professor, College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University

E-mail: mzheng@pku.edu.cn

Web: http://scholar.pku.edu.cn/meizheng


2000, Ph.D., Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island, USA

1993, M.S., Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

1990, B.S., Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China

Professional Experiences:

2010-Now, Professor, College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University

2007-2010, Senior Research Scientist, EAS, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

2001-2007, Research Scientist II, EAS, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

2000-2001, Postdoctoral fellow, EAS, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Aug., 2000-Jan., 2001, Visiting postdoctoral fellow, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

1994-1995, Assistant Lecturer, Dept. of Environmental Science, Sun Yat-sen University

May.-Sep., 1993, Research associate, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Teaching Experiences:

Undergraduate course: Our Changing Planet

Research Interests:

Prof. Zheng’s research interests include urban air pollution, marine aerosol, sources of atmospheric fine particulate matter (PM2.5), and health impacts using chemical tracers and modeling tools.

Selected Publications:

Yan CQ, Zheng M*. A review of methods for quantifying contribution of vehicular emission to fine particulate matter(in Chinese). Chinese Sci. Bull. [Internet]. 2017;62(1):1-18.

Chen SR, Xu L, Zhang YX, Chen B, Wang XF, Zhang XY, Zheng M*, Chen JM, Wang WX, Sun YL, et al. Direct observations of organic aerosols in common wintertime hazes in North China: Insights into direct emissions from Chinese residential stoves. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2017;17:1259-1270.

Yan CQ, Zheng M*, Bosch C, Andersson A, Desyaterik Y, Sullivan AP, Collett JL, Zhao B, Wang SX, He KB, et al. Important fossil source contribution to brown carbon in Beijing during winter. Sci. Rep. 2017;Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 43182 (2017):Doi:10.1038/srep43182.

Yan CQ, Zheng M*. A review of methods for quantifying contribution of vehicular emission to fine particulatematter (in Chinese). Chinese Sci. Bull. 2017;62(1):1-18.

Liu MX, Song Y*, Zhou T, Xu ZY, Yan CQ, Zheng M*, Wu ZJ, M H, Wu YS, Zhu T. Fine particle pH during severe haze episodes in Northern China. Geophys. Res. Lett. 2017;44:5213-5221.

Wang Y, Bao S, Wang S, Hu Y, Shi X, Wang J, Zhao B, Jiang J, Zheng M*, Wu M, et al. Local and regional contributions to fine particulate matter in Beijing during heavy haze episodes. Science of The Total Environment [Internet]. 2017;580:283 - 296.

Zhang Y, Cai J, Wang S, He K, Zheng M*. Review of receptor-based source apportionment research of fine particulate matter and its challenges in China. Science of The Total Environment [Internet]. 2017;586:917 - 929.

Yang J, Ma S, Gao B, Li X, Zhang Y, Cai J, Li M, Yao L'ai, Huang B, Zheng M*. Single particle mass spectral signatures from vehicle exhaust particles and the source apportionment of on-line PM2.5 by single particle aerosol mass spectrometry. Science of The Total Environment [Internet]. 2017;593:310 - 318.

Liu Y, Yan C, Ding X, Wang X, Fu Q, Zhao Q, Zhang Y, Duan Y, Qiu X, Zheng M*. Sources and spatial distribution of particulate polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Shanghai, China. Science of The Total Environment [Internet]. 2017;584:307 - 317.

Cai J, Wang J, Zhang Y, Tian H, Zhu C, Gross DS, Hu M, Hao J, He K, Wang S*, et al. Source apportionment of Pb-containing particles in Beijing during January 2013. Environmental Pollution [Internet]. 2017;226:30 - 40.

Wang Y, Xing Z, Zhao S, Zheng M*, Mu C, Du K*. Are emissions of black carbon from gasoline vehicles overestimated? Real-time, in situ measurement of black carbon emission factors. Science of The Total Environment [Internet]. 2016;547:422 - 428.

Cheng Y, He K*, Du Z, Engling G, Liu J, Ma Y, Zheng M*, Weber RJ. The characteristics of brown carbon aerosol during winter in Beijing. Atmospheric Environment [Internet]. 2016;127:355 - 364.

Cui M, Chen Y*, Tian C, Zhang F, Yan C, Zheng M*. Chemical composition of PM2.5 from two tunnels with different vehicular fleet characteristics. Science of The Total Environment [Internet]. 2016;550:123 - 132.

Li X, Yan C, Patterson RF, Zhu Y, Yao X, Zhu Y, Ma S, Qiu X, Zhu T, Zheng M*. Modeled deposition of fine particles in human airway in Beijing, China. Atmospheric Environment [Internet]. 2016;124:387 - 395.

Song W, Chang Y, Liu X, Li K, Gong Y, He G, Wang X, Christie P, Zheng M*, Dore AJ, et al. A multiyear assessment of air quality benefits from China's emerging shale gas revolution: Urumqi as a case study. Environmental science & technology [Internet]. 2015;49:2066—2072. LINK SCI被引用次数:30.

Andersson A*, Junjun D, Du K*, Zheng M, Yan C, Martin S, Gustafsson ?. Regionally-varying combustion sources of the January 2013 severe haze events over eastern China. Environmental science & technology [Internet]. 2015;49:2038—2043. LINK SCI被引用次数:180.

Cai J, Zheng M*, Yan C, Fu H, Zhang Y, Li M, ZHOU Z, Zhang Y. Application and Progress of Single Particle Aerosol Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry in Fine Particulate Matter Research. Chinese Journal of Analytical Chemistry [Internet]. 2015;43:765 - 774.

Yu N, Zhu YF, Xie XS, Yan CQ, Zhu T, Zheng M*. Characterization of Ultrafine Particles and Other Traffic Related Pollutants near Roadways in Beijing. Aerosol Air Qual. Res. 2015;15:1261-1269.

Zhang YJ, Zheng M*, Cai J, Yan CQ, Hu YT, AG R, Wang XS, Zhang YH*. Comparison and overview of PM2.5 source apportionment methods. Chinese Science Bulletin [Internet]. 2015;60:109-121.

Lin Y, Qiu X*, Ma Y, Ma J, Zheng M*, Shao M. Concentrations and spatial distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and nitrated PAHs (NPAHs) in the atmosphere of North China, and the transformation from PAHs to NPAHs. Environmental Pollution [Internet]. 2015;196:164 - 170.

Feng XD, Ming CB, Liu H, Zhang YH, Zheng M*. Microscopic morphology and size distribution of PM2.5in Guangzhou urban area in fall 2011. China Environmental Science [Internet]. 2015;35 (4):1013-1018.

Gao J, Tian H*, Cheng K, Lu L, Zheng M*, Wang S, Hao J, Wang K, Hua S, Zhu C, et al. The variation of chemical characteristics of PM2.5 and PM10 and formation causes during two haze pollution events in urban Beijing, China. Atmospheric Environment [Internet]. 2015;107:1 - 8.

Yan C, Zheng M*, Sullivan AP, Bosch C, Desyaterik Y, Andersson A, Li X, Guo X, Zhou T, Gustafsson ?, et al. Chemical characteristics and light-absorbing property of water-soluble organic carbon in Beijing: Biomass burning contributions. Atmospheric Environment [Internet]. 2015;121:4 - 12. LINK

Yan C, Zheng M*, Yang Q, Zhang Q, Qiu X, Zhang Y, Fu H, Li X, Zhu T, Zhu Y. Commuter exposure to particulate matter and particle-bound PAHs in three transportation modes in Beijing, China. Environmental Pollution [Internet]. 2015;204:199 - 206.

Cheng Y, He K*, Du Z, Zheng M*, Duan F, Ma Y. Humidity plays an important role in the PM2.5 pollution in Beijing. Environmental Pollution [Internet]. 2015;197:68 - 75.

Ma S, Ren K, Liu X, Chen L, Li M, Li X, Yang J, Huang B, Zheng M*, Xu Z*. Production of hydroxyl radicals from Fe-containing fine particles in Guangzhou, China. Atmospheric Environment [Internet]. 2015;123:72 - 78. L

Fu H, Zheng M*, Yan C, Li X, Gao H, Yao X, Guo Z*, Zhang Y. Sources and characteristics of fine particles over the Yellow Sea and Bohai Sea using online single particle aerosol mass spectrometer. Journal of Environmental Sciences [Internet]. 2015;29:62 - 70.

Shi GL, Zhou XY, Feng YC*, Tian YZ, Liu GR, Zheng M*, Zhou Y, Zhang Y. Technical note: An improved estimate of uncertainty for source contribution from effective variance Chemical Mass Balance (EV-CMB) analysis. Atmospheric Environment [Internet]. 2015;100:154 - 158.


Prof. Zheng's research focuses on developing tools for chemical characterization and measurement of particulate air pollutants especially carbonaceous aerosol to quantify sources and understand their impacts. The primary goal of developing different tools is to improve accuracy of source apportionment of fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and to better understand impacts of air pollutants on human health and climate change. She has collaborated widely with domestic and international scientists. She is interested in interdisciplinary research for improved and integrated methods to study sources of aerosol including receptor modeling with organic and inorganic tracers, source-oriented modeling, and isotope analysis such as 14C. She currently leads a research team at Peking University and her on-going projects include developing online source apportionment of fine PM using single particle mass spectrometry, light absorbing properties and efficiencies of organic carbon in aerosol (brown carbon), changes of aerosol properties from land to sea, and the role of organic aerosol especially secondary organic aerosol during severe haze in megacities of China.


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