Sun Liguang(孙立广)
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    Sun Liguang(孙立广)

  • Name: Sun Liguang

    Gender: Male          Position: Professor
    Tel: 86-551-3607583       Fax: 86-551-3607583
    Department: Department of geochemistry and environmental science 

    Research interests:
    1) Polar environment
    2) Biogeochemistry, Organic-geochemistry, Environmental geochemistry
    3) Palaeoecology, Palaeontology, Anchaeology
    4) Geology
    5) Paleoclimate change

    Short Biography:
    Liguang Sun is a professor in the School of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Science & Technology of China (USTC). He received his B.Sc. from Nanjing University in 1968. In 1968-1977, Sun hold a post at the coalfield brigade of FuJian Province; From 1977 to now, Sun worked at the University of Science & Technology of China. He has served as the director of Institute of Polar Environment, USTC in 1998-2010. His research interests in the interdisciplinary science include polar environment, biogeochemistry, organic-geochemistry, environmental geochemistry, palaeoecology, palaeontology, geology, anchaeology and paleoclimate change. He has spent most of his time researching in Antarctica, Arctica, Xisha archipelago, South China Sea, zhoushan archipelago, East China Sea and Xinjiang Province, north of Tibet.

    Publication: (* Correspondence author)
    1、 Sun LG*, Xie ZQ, Zhao JL (2000) Palaeoecology - A 3,000-year record of penguin populations. Nature, 407: 858-858.
    2、 孙立广*, 谢周清, 赵俊琳等. (2000) 南极菲尔德斯半岛N2O浓度的监测. 科学通报, 2000年45, 1195-1199.
    3、 Sun LG*, Yin XB, Liu XD et al. (2006) A 2000-year record of mercury and ancient civilizations in seal hairs from King George Island, west Antarctica, Science of the Total Environment, 368: 236-247.
    4、 Yuan LX, Sun LG*, Long NY et al. (2010) Seabirds colonized Ny-Alesund, Svalbard, Arctic~9,400 years ago. Polar Biology, 33: 683-691.
    5、 Yan H, Sun LG*, Oppo DW et al. (2011) South China Sea hydrological changes and Pacific Walker Circulation variations over the last millennium. Nature Communications, DOI: 10.1038/ncomms1297.