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江飞,男,博士,1983年出生于浙江金华,现任南京大学国际地球系统科学研究所副教授,硕士生导师,所长助理。2005年毕业于南京大学大气科学系,获学士学位,2010年毕业于南京大学大气科学学院,获博士学位。曾在香港理工大学和荷兰瓦格宁根大学从事学术访问研究。2010年8月起留校工作,2012年聘为副教授。
目前主要从事空气污染成因及影响,空气质量数值预报与同化,陆地碳汇反演等方面的研究工作。已在国内外专业杂志上发表学术论文50余篇,其中SCI论文35余篇;获软件著作权1项;参与编写著作1部;主持或参与国家级项目10余项。获得了教育部自然科学二等奖,浙江省环境保护科学技术一等奖,受聘为杭州G20峰会空气质量保障专家,入选2017年度遥感青年科技人才创新资助计划。

联系方式

电话/传真: 86-25-8968-1032
Email: jiangf@nju.edu.cn
南京大学仙林校区昆山楼B416

通讯地址

南京大学仙林校区国际地球系统科学研究所
江苏省南京市栖霞区仙林大道163号, 210023

最新研究成果

Atmospheric inversions use measurements of atmospheric CO2 gradients to constrain regional surface fluxes. Current inversions indicate a net terrestrial CO2 sink in China between 0.16 and 0.35 PgC/yr. The uncertainty of these estimates is as large as the mean because the atmospheric network historically contained only one high altitude station in China. Here, we revisit the calculation of the terrestrial CO2 flux in China, excluding emissions from fossil fuel burning and cement production, by using two inversions with three new CO2 monitoring stations in China as well as aircraft observations over Asia. We estimate a net terrestrial CO2 uptake of 0.39–0.51 PgC/yr with a mean of 0.45 PgC/yr in 2006–2009. After considering the lateral transport of carbon in air and water and international trade, the annual mean carbon sink is adjusted to 0.35 PgC/yr. To evaluate this top-down estimate, we constructed an independent bottom-up estimate based on ecosystem data, and giving a net land sink of 0.33 PgC/yr. This demonstrates closure between the top-down and bottom-up estimates. Both top-down and bottom-up estimates give a higher carbon sink than previous estimates made for the 1980s and 1990s, suggesting a trend towards increased uptake by land ecosystems in China.
Jiang, Fei; Chen, Jing M. ; Zhou, Lingxi; Ju, Weimin; Zhang, Huifang; Machida, Toshinobu; Ciais, Philippe; Peters, Wouter; Wang, Hengmao; Chen, Baozhang; Liu, Lixin; Zhang, Chunhua; Matsueda, Hidekazu; Sawa, Yousuke, A comprehensive estimate of recent carbon sinks in China using both top-down and bottom-up approaches , SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 2016.2.29, 6