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Welcome Dr. He Xiao from Guilin University of Technology to be committee member!
日期：2019-01-17 点击量： 327次
Dr. He Xiao
Guilin University of Technology
Research Area: Environmental geochemistry/Paleoclimate change
2017.07-present: College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Guilin University of Technology, Deputy director
2. Education experience
Ph.D.: (2014.09-2017.06) Environmental Science & Engineering, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, Hubei, China.
M.S.: (2012.09-2014.06) Environmental Science & Engineering, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, Hubei, China.
B.S.: (2008.09-2012.06) Environmental Engineering, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, Hubei, China.
“High-resolution peat-recorded volcanic eruption events and their climatic effects”, National Natural Science Foundation Project No. 41072023, participant;
“History and source identification of mercury atmospheric deposition in the Holocene from peat archives of Changbaishan Mountain”, National Natural Science Foundation Project No. 41402312, participant;
“Study on Mercury Contaminants in Huixian Karst Wetland of Guangxi”, Guangxi Key Laboratory of Environmental Pollution Control Theory and Technology Project No. 1701K011, host;
Xiao H, Cheng SG, Mao XM, Huang T, Hu ZX, Zhou Y, Liu XT. Characteristics of peat humification, magnetic susceptibility and trace elements of Hani peatland, northeastern China: paleoclimatic implications [J]. Atmospheric Science Letters, 2017, 18(3): 140-150.
Zhai Shengjia, Xiao He, Shu Yuan, Zhao Zhijie. Countermeasures of heavy metal pollution[J]. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry, 2013, 32(4): 446-450.
Xiao He, Huang Ting, Cheng Shenggao, et al. The Found of Volcanic Ash in Hani Peat Deposition and Its Paleocimate Significance[A]. Ren Hongyan, Cheng Shenggao. Proceeding of International Conference on Environmental Impact Assessment of Metal Ore Mining, Smelting Projects[C]. Wuhan: China University of Geosciences Press. 2012
Xiao H, Huang T, Cheng S, et al. Holocene Climate Changes Recorded by Peat Humification from Hani Peat Bog in Northeast China[J]. Geological Science & Technology Information, 2015,34 (1) : 67-71. (in Chinese)
Cheng SG, Xiao H, Huang T, et al. Paleoclimatic Significances of Peat Humification in Hani of Northeast China and Regional Comparison[J]. Journal of Earth Sciences & Environment, 2014, 36(2):92-102. (in Chinese)
Huang Ting, Cheng Shenggao, Xiao He, et al. Early Holocene volcanic eruption discovered in Hani peat bog of NE China and its paleoclimate implication[J]. Quaternary Sciences, 2015, 35(6):1500-1508. (in Chinese)