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His present research interests include long transport of trace elements and dust in China and combining it with atmospheric models to study human impact on climate and pollutant cycling.
Topic: Why geological information (getting results from sediments and ice cores) is so relevant to predict today's questions about climate change Topics possibly involved in the web chat: *Causes of formation for the rare snow disaster happened in China recently *How do you think that some experts predict that "new flood to attack China"?
After a postdoctoral stay at the MIT, he joined Imperial College in 2000.
He has been working intensively on past and present global Pb and dust cycling using isotope and trace element geochemical techniques and peat cores as geological archives.
He thinks, "The core of any culture is developing and changing with time, being alive.
Cantonese people cherish long-standing culture and revolution, tolerance, and innovation.
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*How about the sustaining haze weather in the Pearl River delta *How will the weather develop (like the sandstorms) in China and other Asian countries *Some funny things that he meets during his research especially in China *The differences of the weather research and weather forecast between China and other countries The web chat is part of the programme of International Networking for Young Scientists (Guangzhou) International Networking for Young Scientists (INYS) is a programme for bringing together young researchers from the UK and other countries to make new contacts and promote the creative exchange of ideas through short conferences.
The British Council and the Chinese science and education institutions have jointly organized the INYS since 2002 with the aim of promoting the academic exchange between Sino and UK young scientists.