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Professor
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Name  
CHEN Weiping
Title  
  N/A
Highest Education  
  Ph.D
Office  
  18 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District, Beijing, China
Phone  
  010-62843981
Zip Code  
  100085
Fax  
  010-62918177
Email  
  wpchen@rcees.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:

Dr. Weiping Chen graduated from University of California, Riverside and was employed as a professor of Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences since 2009 through the 100 Talents Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. His researches mainly focus on regional ecological risk assessment, soil heavy metal pollution and remediation, etc. Dr. Chen published more than 100 scientific papers 5 book chapters and 3 model in recent years.


Research Interest:

Ecological Risk Assessment, Soil pollution and Remediation, Environmental Modeling

Public Services:

Associated editor of Journal of Hydrology
Vice-chair, Eco-health & Human Ecology Committee (EHHEC), Ecological Society of China


Honors:
Selected Publications:

Weiping Chen*, Natalie Krage, Laosheng Wu, Genxing Pan, Maryam Khosrivafard,Andrew C. Chang, Arsenic, Cadmium, and Lead in California Cropland Soils: Role of Phosphate and Micronutrient Fertilizers. Journal of Environment Quality, 2008. 37(2): p. 689-695. Weiping Chen, Zhenan Hou*, Laosheng Wu, Yongchao Liang,Changzhou Wei, Evaluating salinity distribution in soil irrigated with saline water in arid regions of northwest China. Agricultural water management, 2010. 97(12): p. 2001-2008.
Weiping Chen*, Lianqing Li, Andrew C. Chang, Laosheng Wu, Rufus L. Chaney, Richard Smith,Husein Ajwa, Characterizing the solid–solution partitioning coefficient and plant uptake factor of As, Cd, and Pb in California croplands. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 2009. 129(1-3): p. 212-220.
Weiping Chen, Zhenan Hou*, Laosheng Wu, Yongchao Liang,Changzhou Wei, Effects of salinity and nitrogen on cotton growth in arid environment. Plant and Soil, 2010. 326(1-2): p. 61-73.
Weiping Chen*, Andrew C. Chang, Laosheng Wu, Yongsong Zhang, Metal uptake by corn grown on media treated with particle-size fractionated biosolids. Sci Total Environ, 2008. 392(1): p. 166-73.
Weiping Chen*, Lianqing Li, Andrew C. Chang, Laosheng Wu, Soon-Ik Kwon,, Rick Bottoms, Modeling uptake kinetics of cadmium by field-grown lettuce. Environ Pollut, 2008. 152(1): p. 147-52.
Weiping Chen*, Sidan Lu, Chi Peng, Wentao Jiao, Meie Wang Accumulation of Cd in agricultural soil under long-term reclaimed water irrigation Environmental Pollution 2013,178:294-299
Weiping Chen*, Sidan Lu, Neng Pan, and Wentao Jiao. Impacts of long-term reclaimed water irrigation on soil salinity accumulation in urban green land in Beijing. Water Resources Research, 2013, 49:1-10
Weiping Chen*, Jian Xu, Sidan Lu, Wentao Jiao, Laosheng Wu and Andrew C. Chang. Fates and transport of PPCPs in soil receiving reclaimed water irrigation Chemosphere 2013,93:2621-2630
Weiping Chen*, Lu S, Pan N, et al. Impact of reclaimed water irrigation on soil health in urban green areas[J]. Chemosphere, 2015, 119: 654-661.
Koo Bon-Jun., Weiping Chen*, Andrew. C. Chang, Albert. L. Page, Thomas. C. Granato,Robert. H. Dowdy, A root exudates based approach to assess the long-term phytoavailability of metals in biosolids-amended soils. Environmental Pollution, 2010. 158(8): p. 2582-2588. Peng Chi, Zhiyun Ouyang, Meie Wang, Weiping Chen*,Wentao Jiao, Vegetative cover and PAHs accumulation in soils of urban green space. Environmental Pollution, 2012. 161: p. 36-42.
Wang Meie, Yanying Bai, Weiping Chen*, Bernd. Markert, Chi Peng,Zhiyun Ouyang, A GIS technology based potential eco-risk assessment of metals in urban soils in Beijing, China. Environmental Pollution, 2012. 161: p. 235-42.
Wentao Jiao, Weiping Chen*, Andrew. C. Chang,Albert. L. Page, Environmental risks of trace elements associated with long-term phosphate fertilizers applications: a review. Environmental Pollution, 2012. 168: p. 44-53.
Peng C.. Zhiyun Ouyang , Meie Wang, Weiping Chen, * Xiaoma Li, John C. Crittenden. Assessing the combined risks of PAHs and metals in urban soils by urbanization indicators. Environmental Pollution 2013,178:426-432
Chi Peng, Meie Wang, Weiping Chen*, Andrew C. Chang. Mass balance-based regression modeling of PAHs accumulation in urban soils, role of urban development[J]. Environmental Pollution, 2015, 197: 21-27.
Rui Liu, Meie Wang, Weiping Chen*, Chi Peng. Spatial pattern of heavy metals accumulation risk in urban soils of Beijing and its influencing factors[J]. Environmental Pollution, 2016, 210: 174-181.
Chi Peng, Meie Wang, Weiping Chen*. Modeling cadmium contamination in paddy soils under long-term remediation measures: model development and stochastic simulations, Environmental Pollution, 2016, 216: 146-155.
Yang Yang, Weiping Chen*, Meie Wang, Chi Peng. Regional accumulation characteristics of cadmium in vegetables: Influencing factors, transfer model and indication of soil threshold content[J]. Environmental Pollution, 2016,219,1036-1043
Chi Peng, Yimin Cai, Tieyu Wang, Weiping Chen*. Regional probabilistic risk assessment of Heavy Metals in multimedia and different land uses: a case for the urbanization affected drinking water supply area in China, Scientific Reports, 2016, 6, 37084.
Chi Peng, Meie Wang, Weiping Chen*. Spatial analysis of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in soils along urban, suburban and rural gradient: scale effect, distribution patterns and influencing factors, Scientific Reports, 2016, 6, 37185.
Zhang Xiaochun, Weiping Chen*, Chun Ma, Shuifen Zhan, Modeling the effect of humidity on the threshold friction velocity of coal particles. Atmospheric Environment, 2012. 56: p. 154-160.
Zhang X.C., Weiping Chen*, Chun Ma, Shuifen Zhan. Modeling particulate matter emissions during mineral loading process under weak wind simulation. Science of the Total Environment 2013,449:168-173
Yu Xian ,Meie Wang, Weiping Chen*. Quantitative assessment on soil enzyme activities of heavy metal contaminated soils with various soil properties[J]. Chemosphere, 2015.139,604-608
Meie Wang, Weiping Chen*, Chi Peng. Risk assesment of Cd polluted paddy soils in the industrial and township areas in Hunan, Southern China. Chemosphere,2016, 144: 346–351.
Meie Wang, Chi Peng, Weiping Chen*, Bernd Markert Ecological risks of polycyclic musk in soils irrigated with reclaimed municipal wastewater. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2013,97:242-247
Meie Wang, JackH.Faber, Weiping Chen*, XiaomaLi, BerndMarkert. Effects of land use intensity on the natural attenuation capacity of urban soils in Beijing, China. Ecotoxicology and environmental safety, 2015, 117: 89-95.
Wen Liu, Weiping Chen*, Chi Peng. Assessing the effectiveness of green infrastructures on urban flooding reduction: A community scale study. Ecological Modelling,2014,291:6–14.
Wen Liu, Weiping Chen*, Chi Peng. In?uences of setting sizes and combination of green infrastructures on community’s stormwater runoff reduction. Ecological Modelling 2015, 318: 236-244。
Xiaonuo Li, Wentao Jiao, Rongbo Xiao, Weiping Chen*, and Andrew C Chang. Soil pollution and site remediation policies in China: A review[J]. Environmental Reviews, 2015, 23(999): 1-12.
Chen W,* Lu S, Pan N, et al. Impact of reclaimed water irrigation on soil health in urban green areas[J]. Chemosphere, 2015, 119: 654-661.
Chi Peng, Meie Wang, Weiping Chen*, Andrew C. Chang. Mass balance-based regression modeling of PAHs accumulation in urban soils, role of urban development[J]. Environmental Pollution, 2015, 197: 21-27.
Yu Xian ,Meie Wang, Weiping Chen*. Quantitative assessment on soil enzyme activities of heavy metal contaminated soils with various soil properties[J]. Chemosphere, 2015.139,604-608
Rui Liu, Meie Wang, Weiping Chen*, Chi Peng. Spatial pattern of heavy metals accumulation risk in urban soils of Beijing and its influencing factors[J]. Environmental Pollution, 2016, 210: 174-181.
Chi Peng, Meie Wang, Weiping Chen *. Modeling cadmium contamination in paddy soils under long-term remediation measures: model development and stochastic simulations, Environmental Pollution, 2016, 216: 146-155.
Chi Peng, Yimin Cai, Tieyu Wang, Rongbo Xiao, Weiping Chen *. Regional probabilistic risk assessment of Heavy Metals in multimedia and different land uses: a case for the urbanization affected drinking water supply area in China, Scientific Reports, 2016, 6, 37084.
Chi Peng, Meie Wang, Weiping Chen *. Spatial analysis of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in soils along urban, suburban and rural gradient: scale effect, distribution patterns and influencing factors, Scientific Reports, 2016, 6, 37185.
Meie Wang, Weiping Chen*, Chi Peng. Risk assesment of Cd polluted paddy soils in the industrial and township areas in Hunan, Southern China. Chemosphere,2016, 144: 346–351.
Sidan Lyu, Weiping Chen*, Weiling Zhang, Yupeng Fan, Wentao Jiao. Wastewater reclamation and reuse in China: opportunities and challenges. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2016, 39: 86-96.
Sidan Lyu, Weiping Chen*. Soil quality assessment of urban green space under long-term reclaimed water irrigation. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2016, 23(5): 4639-4649.
Yang Yang, Weiping Chen *, Meie Wang, Chi Peng. Regional accumulation characteristics of cadmium in vegetables: Influencing factors, transfer model and indication of soil threshold content[J]. Environmental Pollution, 2016,219,1036-1043
Liu Wen, Chen Weiping*, Feng Qi, Chi Peng ,KangPeng. Cost-Benefit Analysis of Green Infrastructures on Community Stormwater Reduction and Utilization: A Case of Beijing, China[J]. Environmental management, 2016, 58(6): 1015-1026.
Yang Yang, Wang meie, Chen weiping*, Li yanling, Peng Chi. Cadmium Accumulation Risk in Vegetables and Rice in Southern China: Insights from Solid-solution Partitioning and Plant Uptake Factor, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2017.65(27):5763-5469 .
Yang Yang, Weiping Chen *, Meie Wang, Li yanling, Peng Chi. Evaluating the potential health risk of toxic trace elements in vegetables: Accounting for variations in soil factors[J]. Science of The Total Environment, 2017.584,942-949
Herman Uwizeyimana,Meie Wang,Chen Weiping,Kifayatullah Khan. Ecotoxicological effects of binary mixtures of siduron and Cd on mRNA expression in the earthworm Eisenia fetida[J]. Science of the Total Environment, 2018, 657-665
Meie Wang Jack H.Faber Weiping Chen. Application of stress index in evaluating toxicological response of soilmicrobial community to contaminants in soils. Ecological Indicators, 2017(75):118-125.
Xiaonuo Li, Wentao Jiao, Rongbo Xiao, Weiping Chen, Wen Liu. Contaminated sites in China: Countermeasures of provincial governments. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2017, 147: 485-496.
Herman Uwizeyimana,Meie Wang,Chen Weiping. Evaluation of combined noxious effects of siduron and cadmium on the earthworm Eiseniafetida. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2017, 24(6),5349-5359.

 


Supported Projects:

Modelling the regional soil heavy metal pollution process and its spatial heterogeneity, supported by NSFC
Ecological risk associated with long term reclaimed water irrigation of urban Greenland and regulation strategy , supported by NSFC
Assessing the ecological risk associated with urban impervious surface expansion, supported by NSFC
Influences and mechanisms of urbanization on regional environmental quality and ecological services, supported by NSFC

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