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Name   Li, Chaoliu Home Page     
Highest Education      Ph.D. Office      Building 3,Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China
Phone      010-8409 7050 Zip Code      100101
Fax      010-8409 7092 Email      lichaoliu@itpcas.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:

I am doing research on deposition, light absorption characteristics and carbon isotopic compositions of carbonaceous matter in atmosphere and on glacier of the Tibetan Plateau; carbon isotopic composition study on relationship between carbon released from permafrost of the Tibetan Plateau with carbon cycle of the water body. potential influence of local emitted mineral dust and pollutants on atmosphere chemistry of the Tibetan Plateau; elemental geochemistry of different materials of the Tibetan Plateau.
Study and work experience:
2010.12-             Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Research Associate
2007.7-2010.12 Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Assistant Research.
2004.9-2007.7   Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Doctor degree.
2001.9-2004.7  Grass Institute, Gansu Agricultural University, Master degree.
1997.9-2001.7      Grass Institute, Gansu Agricultural University, Bachelor degree.
visiting experience:
2012.6-     Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Yale University, USA, visiting scholar
2009.1- 2010.1 Department of Environment and Geography, University of Manitoba, Canada, visiting scholar


Research Interest:

Environmental Chemistry

Public Services:

Honors:
Selected Publications:
  1. Li, C*., Yan, F., Kang, S., Chen, P., Hu, Z., Han, X., Zhang, G., Hong, Y., Zhejing, z., Jiwei, L., Bing, C., Gao, S., Qu, B., Sillanpää, M., 2017. Reevaluating black carbon in the Himalayas and the Tibetan Plateau: concentrations and deposition. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, in press.
  2. Li, C*., Yan, F., Kang, S., Chen, P., Hu, Z., Han, X., Zhang, G., Gao, S., Qu, B. and Sillanpää, M. (2017) Deposition and light absorption characteristics of precipitation dissolved organic carbon (DOC) at three remote stations in the Himalayas and Tibetan Plateau, China. Science of The Total Environment 605, 1039-1046.
  3. Li, C*., Yan, F., Kang, S., Chen, P., Hu, Z., Gao, S., Qu, B. and Sillanpää, M. (2016) Light absorption characteristics of carbonaceous aerosols in two remote stations of the southern fringe of the Tibetan Plateau, China. Atmospheric Environment 143, 79-85.
  4. Li, C*., Chen, P., Kang, S., Yan, F., Hu, Z., Qu, B., Sillanpää, M., 2016. Concentrations and light absorption characteristics of carbonaceous aerosol in PM2.5 and PM10 of Lhasa city, the Tibetan Plateau. Atmospheric Environment 127, 340-346.
  5. Li, C*., Yan, F., Kang, S., Chen, P., Qu, B., Hu, Z., Sillanpää, M., 2016. Concentration, sources and flux of dissolved organic carbon of precipitation at Lhasa city, the Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 3, 12915-12921.
  6. Li, C*., Chen, P., Kang, S*., Yan, F., Li, X., Qu, B., Sillanpää, M., 2016. Carbonaceous matter deposition in the high glacial regions of the Tibetan Plateau. Atmospheric Environment 141, 203-208.
  7. Li, C., Bosch, C., Kang, S*., Andersson, A., Chen, P., Zhang, Q., Cong, Z., Chen, B., Qin, D., Gustafsson, Ö*., 2016. Sources of Black Carbon to the Himalayan-Tibetan Plateau glaciers. Nature Communications 7, 12574.
  8. Li, C., Kang, S*., Chen, P., Zhang, Q., Mi, J., Gao, S., Sillanpää, M., 2014. Geothermal spring causes arsenic contamination in river waters of the southern Tibetan Plateau, China. Environmental Earth Sciences 71, 4143-4148.
  9. Li, C., Kang, S*., Chen, P., Zhang, Q., Fang, G.C., 2012. Characterizations of particle-bound trace metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) within Tibetan tents of south Tibetan Plateau, China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 1-9.
  10. Li, C., Kang, S*., Chen, P., Zhang, Q., Guo, J., Mi, J., Basang, P., Luosang, Q., Smith, K.R., 2012. Personal PM 2.5 and indoor CO in nomadic tents using open and chimney biomass stoves on the Tibetan Plateau. Atmospheric Environment 59, 207-213.
  11. Li, C., Kang, S*., Zhang, Q., Gao, S., 2012. Geochemical evidence on the source regions of Tibetan Plateau dusts during non-monsoon period in 2008/09. Atmospheric Environment 59, 382-388.
  12. Li, C., Kang, S*., Zhang, Q., Sharma, C.M., 2012. Effectiveness of rare earth elements constrain on different materials: a case study in central Asia. Environmental Earth Sciences 67, 1415-1421.
  13. Li, C., Kang, S*., Zhang, Q., Gao, S., Sharma, C.M., 2010. Heavy metals in sediments of the Yarlung Tsangbo and its connection with the arsenic problem in the Ganges–Brahmaputra Basin. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 33, 23-32.
  14. Li, C., Kang, S*., Zhang, Q., 2009. Elemental composition of Tibetan Plateau top soils and its effect on evaluating atmospheric pollution transport. Environmental Pollution 157, 2261-2265.
  15. Li, C., Kang, S*., Zhang, Q., Wang, F., 2009. Rare earth elements in the surface sediments of the Yarlung Tsangbo (Upper Brahmaputra River) sediments, southern Tibetan Plateau. Quaternary International 208, 151-157.
  16. Li, C., Kang, S*., Wang, X., Ajmone-Marsan, F., Zhang, Q., 2008. Heavy metals and rare earth elements (REEs) in soil from the Nam Co Basin, Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Geology 53, 1433-1440.
  17. Li, C., Kang, S*., Cong, Z., 2007. Elemental composition of aerosols collected in the glacier area on Nyainqentanglha Range, Tibetan Plateau, during summer monsoon season. Chinese Science Bulletin 52, 3436-3442.
  18. Li, C., Kang, S*., Zhang, Q., Kaspari, S., 2007. Major ionic composition of precipitation in the Nam Co region, Central Tibetan Plateau. Atmospheric Research 85, 351-360.
  19. Li, C., Kang, S., 2006. Review of the studies on climate change since the last inter-glacial period on the Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Geographical Sciences 16, 337-345.
  20. Li, C., 2006. Progress in Studies on the Younger Dryas Event and Its Trigger Mechanisms (in Chinese). Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology 28, 568-576.
  21. Hu, Z., Kang, S., Li, C*., Yan, F., Chen, P., Gao, S., Wang, Z., Zhang, Y. and Sillanpaa, M. (2017) Light absorption of biomass burning and vehicle emission-sourced carbonaceous aerosols of the Tibetan Plateau. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24, 15369-15378.
  22. Qu, B*., Sillanpää, M., Kang, S., Yan, F., Li, Z., Zhang, H. and Li, C*. (2017) Export of dissolved carbonaceous and nitrogenous substances in rivers of the “Water Tower of Asia”. Journal of Environmental Sciences.
  23. Qu, B., Sillanpaa, M., Li, C*., Kang, S., Stubbins, A., Yan, F., Aho, K.S., Zhou, F. and Raymond, P.A. (2017) Aged dissolved organic carbon exported from rivers of the Tibetan Plateau. Plos One 12.
  24. Chen, P., Kang, S., Bai, J., Sillanpää, M., Li, C*., 2015. Yak dung combustion aerosols in the Tibetan Plateau: Chemical characteristics and influence on the local atmospheric environment. Atmospheric Research 156, 58-66.
  25. Chen, P., Kang, S., Li, C*., Rupakheti, M., Yan, F., Li, Q., Ji, Z., Zhang, Q., Luo, W., Sillanpää, M., 2015. Characteristics and sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in atmospheric aerosols in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. Science of the Total Environment 538, 86-92.

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