Details of the Faculty or Staff
Name  
Cao Junji
Title  
  副所长,党委书记
Highest Education  
  Doctor
Office  
  No. 97 Yanxiang Road, Yanta Zone, Xi’an, Shaanxi, China , 710061
Phone  
  029-62336205
Zip Code  
  710061
Fax  
  029-62336234
Email  
  cao@loess.llqg.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:

  1.     Personal information  

  Name:    Cao Junji 

  Position:  Director of Key Lab of Aerosol Chemistry & Physics, CAS 

  Vice President of Institute of Earth Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IEECAS) 

  Highest Education:  Doctor                          

  Office:    No. 97 Yanxiang Road, Yanta Zone, Xi’an, Shaanxi, China 

  Phone:    029-62336205 

  Zip Code:  710061 

  Fax:      029-62336234 

  Email:    cao@loess.llqg.ac.cn 

    

  2.     Education background  

  2001      Ph.D., Environmental Sciences, IEECAS 

  1997      M.Sc., Geochemistry, Chang An University 

  1994   B.Sc., Geology, Chang An University 

    

  3.     Professional experience  

  Ÿ   President of Asian Aerosol Research Assembly (AARA) (2011-2014) 

  Ÿ   Chair of China Section of International Air & Waste Management Association (AWMA; 2009-present)  

  Ÿ   Technical Coordinating Committee Chair for AM3 of A&WMA: Ambient Monitoring 

  Ÿ   Vice Director of China Association of Aerosol Science & Technology (2005-present) 

  Ÿ   Chinese Representatives in Asian Aerosol Research Assembly (AARA; 2007-present)  

  Ÿ   Adjunct Professor of Xi’an Jiaotong University (2006-present) 

    

  4.     Honors  

  Ÿ   2013 Frank A. Chambers Excellence in Air Pollution Control Award (only one in Asia) 

  Ÿ   The 12th Outstanding Young Scientists of China (2011) 

  Ÿ   Outstanding scientific achievements in Environmental Science in “2010 SCOPUS Young Researcher Award Scheme” (2010) 

  Ÿ   The 10th Outstanding Young Scientists of Chinese Academy of Sciences (2010) 

  Ÿ   The 6th Asian Young Aerosol Scientist Award (AYASA, 2009)  

  Ÿ   The Chinese National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars (2009) 

  Ÿ   Wang Kuancheng Award for Outstanding Scientist in Western China (2009) 

  Ÿ   The 5th Young Scientist of Chinese Society of Particuology (2008) 

  Ÿ   The first Young Scientist of China Association of Aerosol Science & Technology (2007) 

  Ÿ   The 4th Young Scientist of Chinese Society of Environment (2003) 

    

  5.     Membership of professional societies 

  Ÿ   Editorial Board Member of Journal of Air & Waste Management Association (2014-present) 

  Ÿ   Editorial Board Member of Atmospheric Environment (2014-present) 

  Ÿ   Editorial Board Member of Particuology (2009-present) 

  Ÿ   Editorial Board Member of China Power Science & Technology (2009-present) 

  Ÿ   Member of International Air & Waste Management Association (AWMA; 2008-present) 

  Ÿ   Member of New York Academy of Sciences (2008-present) 

  Ÿ   Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS; 2006-present) 

  Ÿ   Member of American Geophysical Union (AGU; 2007-present) 

  Ÿ   Member of Standing Committee of Chinese Society of Particuology (2006-present) 

  Ÿ   Editorial Board Member of Aerosol and Air Quality Research (AAQR; 2006-present) 

  Ÿ   Permanent Member of Chinese Mineral, Rock and GeochemistryAssociation (2003-present) 

    

  6.     Expertise  

  Ÿ   Carbonaceous Aerosol & Atmospheric Chemistry  

  Ÿ   Urban Atmospheric Pollution 

    

  7.     Publications (selected) 

  1. Huang Ru-Jin, Yanlin Zhang, Carlo Bozzetti, Kin-Fai Ho, Jun-Ji Cao*, Yongming Han, Kaspar R. Daellenbach, Jay G. Slowik, Stephen M. Platt, Francesco Canonaco, Peter Zotter, RobertWolf, Simone M. Pieber, Emily A. Bruns, Monica Crippa, Giancarlo Ciarelli, Andrea Piazzalunga, Margit Schwikowski, Gu¨lcinAbbaszade, Ju¨rgenSchnelle-Kreis, Ralf Zimmermann, Zhisheng An, So¨nkeSzidat, UrsBaltensperger, Imad El Haddad, & Andre´ S. H. Pre´voˆt*. High secondary aerosol contribution to particulate pollution during haze events in China. Nature, 514, 218-222, 2014. 

  2. Cao Junji, Tie Xuexi, Dabberdt Walter, Tang Jie, Zhao Zhuzi, and An Zhisheng, On the potential high acid deposition in northeastern China, JGR, 118, 4834–4846, doi:10.1002/jgrd.50381, 2013. 

  3. Cao J.J., , Zhu C.S., Tie X.X., Geng F.H., Xu H.M., Wang G.H., Han Y.M., Ho K.F., Ho. S.S.H. Characteristics and sources of carbonaceous aerosols from Shanghai, China, Atmos. Chem. Phys. 13, 803–817, 2013 2013. 

  4. Cao J.J., Chow J.C., Lee, S.C., Watson J.G., Evolution of PM2.5 measurements and standards in the U.S. and future perspectives for China. Aer. & Air Qual. Res., 13: 1197–1211, 2013. 

  5. Cao J.J., et al., Fine Particulate Matter Constituents and Cardiopulmonary Mortality in a Heavily-Polluted Chinese City. Environmental Health Perspectives, dx.doi.org/10.1289/ehp.1103671, 2012. 

  6. Cao J.J., et al., Isotope characteristics of carbonaceous aerosols in the urban atmosphere of China. Atmos. Environ., 45, 1359-1363, 2011. 

  7. Cao J.J., et al., Chemical Composition of Indoor and Outdoor Atmospheric Particles at Emperor Qin's Terra-cotta Museum, Xi’an, China. Aer. &Air Qual. Res., 11, 70–79, 2011. 

  8. Cao J.J., et al., Black Carbon (BC) Contamination on Tibetan Glaciers, Measured in the Southeast Tibetan Plateau. J Atmos Chem., 67:45–60, 2010. 

  9. Cao J.J., et al., Concentrations, Temporal Variations, and Transport of Carbonaceous Aerosols at a Remote Mountainous Region in Western China. Atmos. Environ., 43, 4444-4452, 2009. 

  10.Cao J.J., et al., Black carbon relationships with emissions and meteorology in Xi’an, China. Atmos. Res., 94, 194-202, 2009. 

  11.Cao J.J., et al., Characterization of atmospheric ammonia over Xi’an, China. Aer. & Air Qual. Res., 9, 277-289, 2009. 

  12.Cao J.J., et al., Seasonal Variations and Sources of PM10 Mass and Chemical Composition of Aerosol in Hangzhou, China, Particuology, 7, 161-168, 2009. 

  13.Cao J.J., Zhu C.S., Chow J.C., et al. Stable Carbon and Oxygen Isotopic Composition of Carbonate in Fugitive Dust in the Chinese Loess Plateau. Atmos. Environ., 42, 9118–9122, 2008. 

  14.Cao J.J., Chow J.C., Watson J.G., et al. Size-differentiated Source Profiles for Fugitive Dust in the Chinese Loess Plateau. Atmos. Environ., 42, 2261-2275, 2008.  

  15.Cao J.J., Lee S.C., Chow J.C., et al. Spatial and Seasonal Distributions of Carbonaceous Aerosols over China. Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, D22S11, doi:10.1029/2006JD008205, 2007.  

  16.Cao J.J., Lee S.C., Ho K.F., et al. Characterization of Roadside Fine Particulate Carbon and its 8 Fractions in Hong Kong. Aerosol & Air Quality Research, 6(2), 106-122, 2006. 

  17.Cao J.J., F. Wu, Chow J. C., et al. Characterization and source apportionment of atmospheric organic and elemental carbon during fall and winter of 2003 in Xi’an, China. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 5, 3127–3137, 2005.  

  18.Cao, J.J., S. C. Lee, J. C. Chow, et al. Indoor/Outdoor Relationships for PM2.5 and Associated Carbonaceous Pollutants at Residential Homes in Hong Kong – Case Study. Indoor Air, 15(3): 197-204, 2005. 

  19.Cao, J.J., S. C. Lee, X. Y. Zhang, et al. Characterization of airborne carbonate over a site on Asian Dust source regions during 2002 spring and its climatic and environmental significance. Journal of Geophysical Research, 110, D03203, doi:10.1029/2004JD005244, 2005.  

  20.Cao, J.J., Lee S.C., Ho K.F., et al. Spatial and seasonal variations of atmospheric organic carbon and elemental carbon in Pearl River Delta region, China.  Atmospheric Environment, 38, 4447–4456, 2004.  

  21.Cao J. J., Wang Y. Q., Zhang X. Y., et al. Analysis of carbon isotope in airborne carbonate: implications for aeolian sources. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2004 49(15), 1637-1641, 2004.  

  22.Cao J.J., Lee S.C., Ho K.F., et al., Characteristics of Carbonaceous Aerosol in Pearl River Delta Region, China during 2001 Winter Period. Atmosphere Environment, 37, 1451-1460, 2003.  

  23.Cao J.J., Lee S.C., Zheng X.D., et al. Characteristics of Hong Kong aerosols during the dust storm in April 1998. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, Focus 3: 213–229, 2003.  

  24.Xu B.Q., Cao J.J., Hansen. J., et al., Black Soot and the Survival of Tibetan Glaciers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 106, 22114-22118, 2009. 

  25.Jickells T.D., Z.S. An, K. K. Andersen, A.R. Baker, G. Bergametti, N. Brooks, Cao, J.J., et al. Global Iron Connections Between Desert Dust, Ocean Biogeochemistry, and Climate, Science, 308, 67-71, 2005. 

 

     


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  Publications (selected) 

  1. Huang Ru-Jin, Yanlin Zhang, Carlo Bozzetti, Kin-Fai Ho, Jun-Ji Cao*, Yongming Han, Kaspar R. Daellenbach, Jay G. Slowik, Stephen M. Platt, Francesco Canonaco, Peter Zotter, RobertWolf, Simone M. Pieber, Emily A. Bruns, Monica Crippa, Giancarlo Ciarelli, Andrea Piazzalunga, Margit Schwikowski, Gu¨lcinAbbaszade, Ju¨rgenSchnelle-Kreis, Ralf Zimmermann, Zhisheng An, So¨nkeSzidat, UrsBaltensperger, Imad El Haddad, & Andre´ S. H. Pre´voˆt*. High secondary aerosol contribution to particulate pollution during haze events in China. Nature, 514, 218-222, 2014. 

  2. Cao Junji, Tie Xuexi, Dabberdt Walter, Tang Jie, Zhao Zhuzi, and An Zhisheng, On the potential high acid deposition in northeastern China, JGR, 118, 4834–4846, doi:10.1002/jgrd.50381, 2013. 

  3. Cao J.J., , Zhu C.S., Tie X.X., Geng F.H., Xu H.M., Wang G.H., Han Y.M., Ho K.F., Ho. S.S.H. Characteristics and sources of carbonaceous aerosols from Shanghai, China, Atmos. Chem. Phys. 13, 803–817, 2013 2013. 

  4. Cao J.J., Chow J.C., Lee, S.C., Watson J.G., Evolution of PM2.5 measurements and standards in the U.S. and future perspectives for China. Aer. & Air Qual. Res., 13: 1197–1211, 2013. 

  5. Cao J.J., et al., Fine Particulate Matter Constituents and Cardiopulmonary Mortality in a Heavily-Polluted Chinese City. Environmental Health Perspectives, dx.doi.org/10.1289/ehp.1103671, 2012. 

  6. Cao J.J., et al., Isotope characteristics of carbonaceous aerosols in the urban atmosphere of China. Atmos. Environ., 45, 1359-1363, 2011. 

  7. Cao J.J., et al., Chemical Composition of Indoor and Outdoor Atmospheric Particles at Emperor Qin's Terra-cotta Museum, Xi’an, China. Aer. &Air Qual. Res., 11, 70–79, 2011. 

  8. Cao J.J., et al., Black Carbon (BC) Contamination on Tibetan Glaciers, Measured in the Southeast Tibetan Plateau. J Atmos Chem., 67:45–60, 2010. 

  9. Cao J.J., et al., Concentrations, Temporal Variations, and Transport of Carbonaceous Aerosols at a Remote Mountainous Region in Western China. Atmos. Environ., 43, 4444-4452, 2009. 

  10. Cao J.J., et al., Black carbon relationships with emissions and meteorology in Xi’an, China. Atmos. Res., 94, 194-202, 2009. 

  11. Cao J.J., et al., Characterization of atmospheric ammonia over Xi’an, China. Aer. & Air Qual. Res., 9, 277-289, 2009. 

  12. Cao J.J., et al., Seasonal Variations and Sources of PM10 Mass and Chemical Composition of Aerosol in Hangzhou, China, Particuology, 7, 161-168, 2009. 

  13. Cao J.J., Zhu C.S., Chow J.C., et al. Stable Carbon and Oxygen Isotopic Composition of Carbonate in Fugitive Dust in the Chinese Loess Plateau. Atmos. Environ., 42, 9118–9122, 2008. 

  14. Cao J.J., Chow J.C., Watson J.G., et al. Size-differentiated Source Profiles for Fugitive Dust in the Chinese Loess Plateau. Atmos. Environ., 42, 2261-2275, 2008.  

  15. Cao J.J., Lee S.C., Chow J.C., et al. Spatial and Seasonal Distributions of Carbonaceous Aerosols over China. Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, D22S11, doi:10.1029/2006JD008205, 2007.  

  16. Cao J.J., Lee S.C., Ho K.F., et al. Characterization of Roadside Fine Particulate Carbon and its 8 Fractions in Hong Kong. Aerosol & Air Quality Research, 6(2), 106-122, 2006. 

  17. Cao J.J., F. Wu, Chow J. C., et al. Characterization and source apportionment of atmospheric organic and elemental carbon during fall and winter of 2003 in Xi’an, China. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 5, 3127–3137, 2005.  

  18. Cao, J.J., S. C. Lee, J. C. Chow, et al. Indoor/Outdoor Relationships for PM2.5 and Associated Carbonaceous Pollutants at Residential Homes in Hong Kong – Case Study. Indoor Air, 15(3): 197-204, 2005. 

  19. Cao, J.J., S. C. Lee, X. Y. Zhang, et al. Characterization of airborne carbonate over a site on Asian Dust source regions during 2002 spring and its climatic and environmental significance. Journal of Geophysical Research, 110, D03203, doi:10.1029/2004JD005244, 2005.  

  20. Cao, J.J., Lee S.C., Ho K.F., et al. Spatial and seasonal variations of atmospheric organic carbon and elemental carbon in Pearl River Delta region, China. Atmospheric Environment, 38, 4447–4456, 2004.  

  21. Cao J. J., Wang Y. Q., Zhang X. Y., et al. Analysis of carbon isotope in airborne carbonate: implications for aeolian sources. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2004 49(15), 1637-1641, 2004.  

  22. Cao J.J., Lee S.C., Ho K.F., et al., Characteristics of Carbonaceous Aerosol in Pearl River Delta Region, China during 2001 Winter Period. Atmosphere Environment, 37, 1451-1460, 2003.  

  23. Cao J.J., Lee S.C., Zheng X.D., et al. Characteristics of Hong Kong aerosols during the dust storm in April 1998. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, Focus 3: 213–229, 2003.  

  24. Xu B.Q., Cao J.J., Hansen. J., et al., Black Soot and the Survival of Tibetan Glaciers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 106, 22114-22118, 2009. 

  25. Jickells T.D., Z.S. An, K. K. Andersen, A.R. Baker, G. Bergametti, N. Brooks, Cao, J.J., et al. Global Iron Connections Between Desert Dust, Ocean Biogeochemistry, and Climate, Science, 308, 67-71, 2005. 


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