王新明 (WANG XINMING)

王新明:湖北大悟县人,1969年生,二级研究员。1991年毕业于中国科学技术大学,获学士学位;1997年于中国科学院广州地球化学研究所获博士学位并留所工作至今,其间曾以访问学者或特邀访问教授在香港理工大学、美国加州大学尔湾分校、德国马普学会化学所、法国科学研究中心燃烧与环境反应研究所、法国科学研究中心环境催化研究所进行合作研究。2010年获国家杰出青年基金。主要从事大气环境有机污染物研究,当前重点关注挥发性有机物(VOC)、二次污染物(SOA和臭氧)和地气交换过程。所主持的研究组拥有国际先进的VOC和SOA分析测试平台、大型室内烟雾箱系统和大气理化性质离线在线表征手段。前期主要工作包括:1)区域VOC和PM2.5组成、演化趋势、成霾贡献及遗传毒性;2)区域-全球尺度生成二次有机气溶胶和臭氧的关键前体物VOC及其来源;3)烟雾箱模拟典型源二次有机气溶胶生成;4)机动车尾气与燃煤烟气排放SO2、农牧源排放NH3生成二次气溶胶的协同效应;5)珠三角地区破坏臭氧层物质(ODS)演化趋势、来源解析、排量估算;6)大洋有机污染物走航观测;7)珠三角典型生态系统重要含硫含氮气体的地气交换通量及影响因素。已发表SCI收录论文170余篇,SCI他引4000余次。曾担任国际大气环境专业期刊《Atmos. Environ.》编辑顾问委员会成员(2010-2013),现任欧洲地球科学联合会专业期刊《Biogeosciences》Associate Editor(2010-)。

研究领域:
大气环境化学(VOC和SOA); 环境有机质分析测试技术;生物地球化学(地气交换);

获奖及荣誉:
2003年广东省科学技术一等奖(排名第5);
2004年国家环境保护局环境保护科学技术二等奖(排名第7)
2006 年国家自然科学二等奖 (排名第4)
2013年 广东省科学技术一等奖(排名第1)
2013年获科技部中青年科技创新领军人才

代表论著:
近三年主要论著:
1. Zhang, YL; Wang, XM*, Wen, S; Herrmann, H; Yang, WQ; Huang, XY; Zhang, Z; Huang, ZH; He, QF; George, C. On-road vehicle emissions of glyoxal and methylglyoxal from tunnel tests in urban Guangzhou, China. Atmos. Environ. 2016, 127: 55-60
2. Liu, TY; Wang, XM*, Hu, QH; Deng, W; Zhang, YL; Ding, X; Fu, XX; Bernard, F; Zhang, Z; Lü, SJ; He, Q; Bi, XH; Chen, JM; Sun, YL; Yu, JZ; Peng, PA; Sheng, GY and Fu, JM. Formation of secondary aerosols from gasoline vehicle exhaust when mixing with SO2. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2016, 16, 675–689
3. Ding, X; H, QF; Shen, RQ; Yu, QQ; Zhang YQ; Xin, JY; Wen, TX; Wang, XM*. Spatial and seasonal variations of isoprene secondary organic aerosol in China: Significant impact of biomass burning during winter. Sci. Rep., 2016, DOI: 10.1038/srep20411
4. Zhang, YL; Wang, XM*, Zhang, Z; Lü, SJ; Huang, ZH; Li, LF. Sources of C2–C4 alkenes, the most important ozone nonmethane hydrocarbon precursors in the Pearl River Delta region. Sci. Total Environ. 2015, 502: 236–245
5. Zhang, YL; Wang, XM*; Li, GH; Yang, WQ; Huang, ZH; Zhang, Z; Huang, XY; Deng, W; Liu, TY; Huang, ZZ; Zhang, ZY. Emission factors of fine particles, carbonaceous aerosols and traces gases from road vehicles: Recent tests in an urban tunnel in the Pearl River Delta, China. Atmos. Environ. 2015, 122: 876-884
6. Gao, B; Du, XQ; Wang, XM*; Tang, JH; Ding, X; Zhang, YL; Bi, XH; Zhang, G. Parent, alkylated, and sulfur/oxygen-containing polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in mainstream smoke from 13 brands of Chinese cigarettes. Environ. Sci. Technol. 2015, 49: 9012-9019 (DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.5b01108)
7. Gao, B; Wang, XM*; Zhao, XY; Ding, X; Fu, XX; Zhang, YL; He, QF; Zhang, Z; Liu, TY; Huang, ZZ; Laiguo Chen, Yan Peng, Hai Guo. Source apportionment of atmospheric PAHs and their toxicity using PMF: impact of gas/particle partitioning. Atmos. Environ. 2015, 103: 114-120
8. Liu, TY; Wang, XM*; Deng, W; Hu, QH; Ding, X; Zhang, YL; He, QF; Zhang, Z; Lü, SJ; Bi, XH; Chen, JM; and Yu, J. Secondary organic aerosol formation from photochemical aging of light-duty gasoline vehicle exhausts in a smog chamber.Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2015, 15, 9049-9062
9. Zhang, Z; Wang, XM*; Zhang, YL; Lü, SJ; Huang, ZH; Huang, XY; Wang, YS. Ambient air benzene at background sites in China’s most developed coastal regions: exposure levels, source implication and health risks. Sci. Total Environ. 2015, 511: 792-800
10. Wang, XM*; Liu, TY; Bernard, F; Ding, X; Wen, S; Zhang, YL; Zhang, Z; He, QF; Lü, SJ; Chen, JM; Sauders, S; Yu, JZ. Design and characterization of a smog chamber for studying gas-phase chemical mechanisms and aerosol formation. Atmos. Meas. Tech. 2014, 7: 301-313.
11. Zhang, YL; Wang, XM*; Simpson, IJ; Barletta, B; Blake, DR; Meinardi, S; Louie, PKK; Zhao, XY; Shao, M; Zhong, LJ; Wang, BG; Wu, D. Ambient CFCs and HCFC-22 observed concurrently at 84 sites in the Pearl River Delta region during the 2008-2009 grid studies. J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos. 2014, 119: 7699-7717
12. Fu, XX; Wang, XM*; Guo, H; Cheung, K; Ding, X; Zhao, XY; He, QF; Gao, B; Zhang, Z; Liu, TY; Zhang, YL. 2014. Trends of ambient fine particles and major chemical components in the Pearl River Delta region: Observation at a regional background site in fall and winter. Sci. Total Environ. 497-498: 274-281