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Faculty and Staff
LIU Junfeng
Highest Education  
  18 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China
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Education and Appointments:


  1991-1995 B.S. Environmental Sciences, Department of Environmental Science, Jilin University 

  2001-2006 Ph.D., Environmental Science, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences 

  Working Experience 

  2012-Present Associate Professor, Department of Atmospheric Environment, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences 

  2013-2014 Visiting Scholar, Atmospheric Chemistry Division, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder 

  2008-2012: Assistant professor, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences 

  2006-2008: Postdoctoral Fellow, College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Peking University 

  1995-2001: Teaching assistant, Luohe Occupational Technology college 

Research Interest:

  Exchange flux and the transportation and transformation of atmospheric trace gases (Volatile Organic Compounds, Inorganic pollutants, and the long life greenhouse gases) between biosphere (Soil, Vegetation and water) and the atmosphere. 

Public Services:

Selected Publications:

  1J. Liu, C. Geng, Y. Mu*, Y. Zhang, Z. Xu, and H. Wu, Exchange of carbonyl sulfide (COS) between the atmosphere and various soils in China. Biogeosciences, 2010, 7(2): 753-762. 

  2Junfeng Liu, Yujing Mu*, Yujie Zhang, Zhimin Zhang, Xiaoke Wang, Yanju Liu, Zhenquan Sun, Atmospheric levels of BTEX compounds during the 2008 Olympic Games in the urban area of Beijing. Science of the Total Environment, 2009, 408(1): 109-116. 

  3Junfeng Liu, Yujing Mu*, Chunmei Geng, Yunbo Yu, Hong He and Yuanhang Zhang, Uptake and conversion of carbonyl sulfide in a lawn soil. Atmospheric Environment, 2007, 41(27): 5697-5706. 

  4Junfeng Liu, Yongchun Liu, Li Xue, Yunbo Yu and Hong He*, Oxygen poisoning mechanism of catalytic hydrolysis of OCS over Al2O3 at room temperature. Acta Physico-Chimica Sinica, 2007, 23(7): 997-1002. 

  5Junfeng Liu, Yunbo Yu, Yujing Mu, Hong He*. Mechanism of heterogeneous oxidation of carbonyl sulfide on Al2O3: An in situ diffuse reflectance infrared Fourier transform spectroscopy investigation. Journal of Physical and Chemistry B, 2006, 110(7): 3225-3230. 

  6Yuanyuan Zhang, Junfeng Liu, Yujing Mu*, Zhu Xu, Shuwei Pei, Xiaoxiu Lun, Ying Zhang, Nitrous oxide emissions from a maize field during two consecutive growing seasons in the North China Plain. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2012, 24(1):160-168. 

  7Yuanyuan Zhang, Junfeng Liu, Yujing Mu*, Shuwei Pei, Xiaoxiu Lun, Fahe Chai, Emissions of nitrous oxide, nitrogen oxides and ammonia from a maize field in the North China Plain. Atmospheric Environment, 2011, 45(17): 2956-2961. 

  8Zhu Xu, Junfeng Liu, Yujie Zhang, Peng Liang, Yujing Mu*, Ambient levels of atmospheric carbonyls in Beijing during the 2008 Olympic Games. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2010, 22(9): 1348-1356. 

  9Liu Yongchun, Liu Junfeng, He Hong*, Yu Yunbo and Xue Li, 2007. Heterogeneous oxidation of carbonyl sulfide on mineral oxides, Chinese Science Bulletin, 2007, 52(15): 2063-2071. 

  10Hong He*, Junfeng Liu, Yujing Mu, Yunbo Yu, Meixue Chen. Heterogeneous oxidation of carbonyl sulfide on atmospheric particles and Alumina. Environmental Science & Technology, 2005, 39(24): 9637-9642. 

Supported Projects:

  1. The National Natural Science Foundation of China: Study on the comprehensive evaluation about the influence of urban vegetation on the atmospheric ozone. 

  2. The Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences: The contribution of typical anthropogenic organic pollution compounds to the secondary fine particles under the nearly real atmosphere.  

  Dr. LIU Junfeng has been involved in a number of projects from the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the National Basic Research and development Program (973) of China, the National Water Special Project, the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, and the Platform Construction of Introducing Central Resources in Beijing.  

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