Zhong Buqing
Highest Education Ph.D
Email zhongbq@scbg.ac.cn
Office South China Botanical Garden, No.723,Xingkelu,Tianhe,Guangzhou,China
Education and Appointments


2010.9-2014.6, Ph.D. in Environmental Science, Chinese Academy of Science

2006.9-2009.4, M.S. in Cartography and Geography Information System, Nanjing University

2002.9-2006.6, B.S. in Geography Information System, Shandong Normal University

Position Held:

2021.1-date, Center for Ecological and Environmental Sciences, South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Associate Pressor.

2017.4-2020.7, Institute of Environmental and climate researches, Jinan University, Postdoctoral Scholar, Atmospheric Science.

2014.8-2017.2 State Key Laboratory of Environmental Criteria and Risk Assessment, Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences, Postdoctoral Scholar, Environmental Health.

Research Interest

Nitrogen deposition and its ecological effects

Nitrogen biogeochemistry

Land surface model

Public Services
Selected Publication

(1) Buqing Zhong, Xuemei Wang*, Lyumeng Ye, et al. Meteorological variations impeded the benefits of recent NOx mitigation in reducing atmospheric nitrate deposition in the Pearl River Delta region, Southeast China. Environmental pollution, 2020, 115076. 

(2) Buqing Zhong, Elisa Giubilato, Andrea Critto, Lingqing Wang, Antonio Marcomini, Jinliang Zhang. Probabilistic modeling of aggregate lead exposure in children of urban China using an adapted IEUBK model. Science of the Total Environment, 2017, 584-585, 259-267. 

(3) Buqing Zhong, Lingqing Wang, Tao Liang, Baoshan Xing*. Pollution level and inhalation exposure of ambient aerosol fluoride as affected by polymetallic rare earth mining and smelting in Baotou, North china. Atmospheric Environment, 2017, 167: 40-48. 

(4) Buqing Zhong, Tao Liang*, Lingqing Wang, Kexin Li. Applications of stochastic models and geostatistical analyses to study sources and spatial patterns of soil heavy metals in a metalliferous industrial district of China, Science of the Total Environment, 2014, 490: 422-434. 

(5) Shiyang Tao, Buqing Zhong(共同第一), Yan Lin, Jin Ma, et al. Application of a self-organizing map and positive matrix factorization to investigate the spatial distributions and sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soils from Xiangfen County, northern China. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2017, 141, 98-106.