Five new projects by the group members were sanctioned by NSFC, according to the official news on August 18. The awardee include Yangzhi, Shizhen, Longfei, Pingyang (of young scientist program) and Zhineng (of general program). Congratulations!
We can also congratulate Tiangang who received his first NSFC project (of young scientist program) elsewhere in Changsha.
Occasionally, Junwen came with his PhD student Jiangfan.
A few of us had a small gathering for dinner.
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!
Junwen’s paper ‘Isotope constraints of the strong influence of biomass burning to climate-forcing Black Carbon aerosols over Southeast Asia’ was published in STOTEN. This is our first paper on monitoring biomass burning in Bachok background station of Malaysia. We are greatly in debt to Professor Pauzi and Chui Wei of University of Malaya with whom we have developed long-term collaboration and personal friendship. And I hope more to come with our collaborations. Congratulations to Junwen as well!