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Name  
Sun Huiguo
Title  
  Associate Professor
Highest Education  
  Ph.D.
Subject Categories  
  Quarternary Geology
Phone  
  010-82998386
Zip Code  
  100029
Fax  
  010-62010846
Email  
  shg@mail.iggcas.ac.cn
Office  
  19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100029, China

Education and Appointments:

Education:

  • 1999   A.B.   Department of Geography , Lanzhou University, China;
  • 2002   M.A.   School of Resources and Environment, Lanzhou University, China;
  • 2006   Ph.D.  Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences;

Employment:

  • 2012-present   Associate Professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • 2008-2011     Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • 2007-2008     Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Geography, National University of Singapore

Research Interests:
  • Hydrochemistry
  • Isotopic Geochemistry
  • River Carbon Cycle
Public Services:

Honors:

Supported Projects:
  1. “Source, age and stabilization of organic carbon in the Yarlung Zangbo River”, supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China, 01/2019-12/2022, PI.
  2. “Weathering-erosion and carbon cycle” supported by Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 08/2018-08/2023, PI.
  3. “Sources and fluxes and biogeochemical processes of riverine carbon in the Yarlung Zangbo River under shifting environmental conditions”, supported by Major Research Plan of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, 01/2018-12/2021, Co-PI.
  4. “Climate change and abrupt events in Arid region of Asia recorded by Jili Lake”, supported by National Key Research and Development Program of China, 2017/07–2022/06,PI.
  5. “In-river transformation of inorganic carbon into organic carbon in the Xijiang River and its implications for carbon cycling”, supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China, 01/ 2014-12/2017, PI.
  6. “Riverine carbon composition, flux and their spatial-temporal variation over the past 50 years in the Songhua River basis”, supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China, 01/ 2008-12/2009, PI.

Selected Publication:
  1. Zhao, T., Liu, W., Xu, Z., Sun, H., Zhou, X., Zhou, L., Zhang, J., Zhang, X., Jiang, H., Liu, T., 2019. The influence of carbonate precipitation on riverine magnesium isotope signals: new constrains from Jinsha River Basin, Southeast Tibetan Plateau. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 248, 172-184.
  2. Liu, W., Xu, Z., Sun, H., Zhao, T., Shi, C., Liu, T., 2018. Geochemistry of the dissolved loads during high-flow season of rivers in the southeastern coastal region of China: anthropogenic impact on chemical weathering and carbon sequestration. Biogeosciences 15, 4955-4971.
  3. Jiang, H., Liu, W., Zhao, T., Sun, H., Xu, Z., 2018. Water geochemistry of rivers draining karst-dominated regions, Guangxi province, South China: Implications for chemical weathering and role of sulfuric acid. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 163, 152-162.
  4. Sun, H., Han, J., Li, D., Lu, X., Zhang, H., Zhao, W., 2017. Organic carbon transport in the Songhua River, NE China: Influence of land use. Hydrological Processes 31, 2062-2075.
  5. Sun, H., Han, J., Zhang, S., Lu, X., 2015. Carbon isotopic evidence for transformation of DIC to POC in the lower Xijiang River, SE China. Quaternary International 380-381, 288-296.
  6. Ran, L., Lu, X., Sun, H., Han, J., Yu, R., 2015. Chemical denudation in the Yellow River and its geomorphological implications. Geomorphology 231, 83-93.
  7. Ran, L., Lu, X., Richey, J., Sun, H., Han, J., Yu, R., Liao, S., Yi, Q., 2015. Long-term spatial and temporal variation of CO2 partial pressure in the Yellow River, China. Biogeosciences 12, 921-932.
  8. Ran, L., Lu, X.X., Yang, H., Li, L., Yu, R., Sun, H., Han, J., 2015. CO2 outgassing from the Yellow River network and its implications for riverine carbon cycle. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120, 1334-1347.
  9. Ran, L., Lu, X., Sun, H., Han, J., Li, R., Zhang, J., 2013. Spatial and seasonal variability of organic carbon transport in the Yellow River, China. Journal of Hydrology 498, 76-88.
  10. Zhang, S., Lu, X.X., Sun, H., Han, J., 2011. Modeling catchment controls on organic carbon fluxes in a meso-scale mountainous river (Luodingjiang), China. Quaternary International 244, 296-303.
  11. Sun, H., Han, J., Lu, X., Zhang, S., Li, D., 2010. An assessment of the riverine carbon flux of the Xijiang River during the past 50 years. Quaternary International 226, 38-43.
  12. Sun, H., Han, J., Li, D., Zhang, S., Lu, X., 2010. Chemical weathering inferred from riverine water chemistry in the lower Xijiang basin, South China. Science of the Total Environment 408, 4749-4760.
  13. Zhang, S., Lu, X.X., Sun, H., Han, J., Higgitt, D.L., 2009. Geochemical characteristics and fluxes of organic carbon in a human-disturbed mountainous river (the Luodingjiang River) of the Zhujiang (Pearl River), China. Science of the Total Environment 407, 815-825.
  14. Zhang, S., Lu, X.X., Sun, H., Han, J., Higgitt, D.L., 2009. Major ion chemistry and dissolved inorganic carbon cycling in a human-disturbed mountainous river (the Luodingjiang River) of the Zhujiang (Pearl River), China. Science of the Total Environment 407, 2796-2807.
  15. Sun, H., Han, J., Lu, X., Zhang, S., 2008. Modeling the relations between riverine DIC and environmental factors in the lower Xijiang of the Pearl River, China. Quaternary International 186, 65-78.
  16. Zhang, S., Lu, X.X., Higgitt, D.L., Chen, C.T.A., Han, J., Sun, H., 2008. Recent changes of water discharge and sediment load in the Zhujiang (Pearl River) Basin, China. Global & Planetary Change 60, 365-380.
  17. Chen, H.H., Han, J.T., Ding, Z.L., Sun, H.G., Guo, Z.F., 2008. Chronological dating and tectonic implications of late Cenozoic volcanic rocks and lacustrine sequence in Oiyug Basin of southern Tibet. Science in China 51, 275-283.
  18. Sun, H.G., Han, J.T., Zhang, S.R., Lu, X.X., 2007. The impacts of '05.6' extreme flood event on riverine carbon fluxes in Xijiang River. Chinese Science Bulletin 52, 805-812.
  19. Zhang, S.R., Lu, X.X., Higgitt, D.L., Chen, C.T.A., Sun, H.G., Han, J.T., 2007. Water chemistry of the Zhujiang (Pearl River): natural processes and anthropogenic influences. Journal of Geophysical Research, 112(F1), F01011. Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres 112, 137-161.
 
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