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ATMSYC project KPI assessment

On September 12 afternoon, the KPI assessment of the five ATMSYC projects took ‘place’ online. The assessment panel included 中国环境科学院柴发合研究员、国电环保研究院朱法华董事长、 暨南大学郑君瑜教授、中山大学邹世春教授、生态 环境部固废中心于洋研究员、华南环科所任明忠研究员、气象科学研究院龚山陵研究员、广东省环保职业学院钟流举教授 and 华中科技大学徐 顺清教授。Each of the leaders of the five projects of the ATMSYC Program (2017.702021.6) presented his/her project report. The panel members highly appraised the achievements of the projects.  It has been a long-term pressure for us to prepare for the  KPI assessment. Th result came out to be unexpected promising, and we are all proud of it. We will aim high and try our best to score excellent in the final ATMSYC Program KPI assessment, which may take place in the end of this year. I would like to thank all the ATMSYC program participators for their great contribution to the sound management of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) in China! Great ATMSYC (Air Toxics Management System of China)!Cheers!

Website of ATMSYC Program.

Project-4 led by Gan

Project-5 led by Prof. Jun Li.

ATMSYC Guiyang meeting

On July 2-4, Shizhen, Hongxing, Li Jun and I went to Guiyang to attend a task meeting of ATMSYC program.  which was dedicated to the screening of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) .  Professor Fu Xuewu host the meeting. Professors Wang Youjie from Wuhan HUST joined with 5 students. We were able to meet Xu Yue and pay a short visit to Qingyan Ancient Town (青岩古 镇). The town was first built as a fortress in Ming Dynasty. A fruitful meeting and nice trip! Here are some pictures for archive.

New paper on OCPs in the PRD accepted by ES&T

Lele(乐乐), Shizhen(时真) and Li Jing’s (李静) new paper entitled ‘DDT, chlordane and hexachlorobenzene in the air of the Pearl River Delta revisited: a tale of source, history and monsoon‘ has been accepted for publication in ES&T.  The paper illustrates the general picture of the OCPs in the Pearl River Delta. It has been a team work achievement dedicated to our ATMSYC project. Well done and congratulations!

The geographic-anthropogenic factors, including source, history, and air circulation pattern, combine to affect the regional fate of OCP compounds. Inspired by Gan, illustrated by Lele and Shizhen.

Spatial distribution and time trends of the OCPs. Slide by Gan, presented at Xi’ning over POP Forum 2021.

PSCF illustration and presented by Lv Xiaopu (吕效谱) of Hong Kong PolyU.

Numeric modelling by Li Jing.