Yishan’s paper ‘Flexible soil microbial carbon dynamics across an Asian elevation gradient‘ has been accepted for publication in Radiocarbon. There has been a long journey for this paper to be accepted for publication. Radiocarbon is a slow journal, but very much strict and professional. We actually tried many top journals before Radiocarbon. This is one of the very first work in the group on compound-specific radiocarbon analysis (CSRA). Brave Yishan! Congratulations!
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.
We were invited to contribute to support the new academic journal of NSFC, the FMRE. Entitled ‘Radiocarbon isotope technique as a powerful tool in tracking anthropogenic emissions of carbonaceous air pollutants and greenhouse gases: a review’, the article has been a team work outcome. We designed/created/updated many new/classic figures. Congratulations to all authors!