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Xinbin Feng
Title  
  Professor
Education  
  Ph.D.
Position  
  Director
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  State Key Laboratory of Environmental Geochemistry
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  fengxinbin@mail.gyig.ac.cn

Education and Work Experience:

  1988: B.A.Sc. Geochemistry, China University of Geosciences, China 

  1994: Mc.S. Environmental Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, CAS 

  1997: PhD. Environmental Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, CAS,  

  1997-2000: Post-Doctoral Associate, Environmental Chemistry, Gothenburg University, Sweden 

  2000- now: professor of environmental geochemistry, State Key Laboratory of Environmental Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences 


Research Interests:

1. Biogeochemical cycling of heavy metals in the environment and health impacts 

2. Non-traditional stable isotope geochemistry 

3. Remediation of heavy metal contaminated environment
Other Positions:

Honors:

CAS International Cooperation Award for Young Scientist in 2011, The national Award for the excellent scientist in 2012

Selected Publications:

Have published more than 330 peer reviewed papers and more than 180  papers in SCI journals. Selected publication list during the last 5 years: 

[1]              Meng B., Feng X*., Qiu G., Anderson C.W.N., Wang J., Zhao L. Localization and speciation of mercury in brown rice with implications for pan-Asian public health. Environmental Science and Technology, 2014, 48: 79747981. 

 [2]    Wang J., Feng X.*, Anderson C.W.N., Qiu G., Bao Z., Shang L., Environmental risk as a function of agricultural land use for Hg-contaminated soil at the Wanshan mining area, Southwest China. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2014, 33: 2147-2155. 

 [3]    Yin R., Feng X*., Li X., Yu B., Du B., Trends and Advances in Mercury Stable Isotopes as a Geochemical Tracer. Trends in Environmental Analytical Chemistry, 2014, 2: 1-10. 

 [4]    Wang X., Lin C.-J*., Singhasuk P., Feng X*., A sensitivity assessment on the parameterization of the bidirectional air-surface exchange model of mercury. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2014, 14, 6273-6287, doi:10.5194/acp-14-6273-2014 

 [5]    Yin R., Feng X*., Chen J., Mercury Stable Isotope Compositions in Coals from Major Coal Producing Fields in China and Their Geochemical and Environmental Implications. Environmental Science and Technology, 2014, 48: 55655574. DOI: 10.1021/es500322n 

 [6]    Li Z., Feng X*., Bi X., Li G., Lin Y., Sun G. Probing the distribution and contamination levels of 10 trace metal/metalloids in soils near a Pb/Zn smelter in Middle China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2014, 21:4149-4162. DOI 10.1007/s11356-013-2407-1 

 [7]    Liu J., Xu X*., Yu S., Cheng H., Hong Y., Feng X., Mercury pollution in fish from South China Sea: Levels, species-specific accumulation, and possible sources. Environmental Research, 2014, 131: 160-164. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2014.03.004 

 [8]    Zhang H, Feng X*., Jiang C., Li Q., Liu Y., Gu C., Shang L., Lin Y., Larssen T., Understanding the Paradox of Selenium Contamination in Mercury Mining Areas: High Soil Content and Low Accumulation in Rice. Environmental Pollution, 2014, 188, 27-36. 10.1016/j.envpol.2014.01.012. 

 [9]    Zhang H., Feng X*., Chan H.M., Larssen T., New Insights into Traditional Health Risk Assessments of Mercury Exposure: Implications of Selenium. Environmental Science and Technology, 2014, 48: 12061212, dx.doi.org/10.1021/es4051082  

[10]    Wang J., Feng X.*, Anderson C.W.N., Wang H., Wang L., Phytoextraction of mercury contaminated soil- results from a field trial. Plant and Soil, 2014, 375:21-33, DOI 10.1007/s11104-013-1940-5 

[11]    Zhang H., Feng X*., Larssen T., Selenium speciation, distribution, and transport in a river catchment affected by mercury mining and smelting in Wanshan, China. Applied Geochemistry, 2014, 40:1-10. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeochem.2013.10.016 

[12]    Cui L., Feng X*., Lin C-L*., Wang X., Meng B., Wang X., Wang H. Accumulation and translocation of 198Hg in four crop species. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2014, 33:334-340. DOI: 10.1002/etc.2443 

[13]    Li Z., Feng X*., Li G., Bi X., Zhu J., Qin H., Dai Z., Liu J., Li Q., Sun Y., Distributions, sources and pollution status of 17 trace metal/metalloids in the street dust of a heavily industrialized city of central China. Environmental Pollution, 2013, 182: 408-416.  DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2013.07.041  

[14]    Zhang H., Yin R., Feng X*., Sommar J., Anderson C. W. N., Sapkota A., Fu X., Larssen T. Atmospheric mercury inputs in montane soils increase with elevation: evidence from mercury isotope signatures. Scientific Reports, 2013, 3: 3322. DOI: 10.1038/srep03322 

[15]    Dai Z., Feng X*., Zhang C., Wang J., Jiang T., Xiao H., Li Y., Wang X., Assessing anthropogenic sources of mercury in soil in Wanshan Hg mining area, Guizhou, China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2013,20(11): 7560-7569 

[16]    Sommar J*., Zhu W., Shang L., Feng X., Lin C-J., A whole-air relaxed eddy accumulation measurement system for sampling vertical vapour exchange of elemental mercury. Tellus (B), 2013, 65, 19940, DOI:10.3402/tellusb.v65i0.19940 

[17]    Zhou J., Feng X*., Liu H., Zhang H., Fu X., Bao Z., Wang X., Zhang Y. Examination of total mercury inputs by precipitation and litterfall in a remote upland forest of Southwestern China. Atmospheric Environment, 2013, 81: 364-372. DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2013.09.010 

[18]    Hu H., Lin H., Zheng W., Tomanicek S J., Johs A., Feng X., Elias D A., Liang L., Gu B*. Oxidation and methylation of dissolved elemental mercury by anaerobic bacteria. Nature Geoscience, 2013; 6 (9): 751-754.  DOI: 10.1038/NGEO1894    DOI: 10.1038/ngeo1894 

[19]    Hu H., Lin H., Zheng W., Rao B., Feng X., Liang L., Elias D. A., Gu B*. Mercury Reduction and Cell-Surface Adsorption by Geobacter sulfurreducens PCA. Environmental Science and Technology, 2013, 47: 10922-10930.  DOI: 10.1021/es400527m    

[20]    Li P., Feng X*., Liang P., Chan H. M., Zeng E. Y., Yan H., Chen L., Dietary mercury intake and potential health risk through seafood consumption in Guangdong, South China. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2013, 32( 3): 541547 

[21]    Li P., Feng X*.,Qiu G., Zhang J., Meng B., Wang J. Mercury speciation and mobility in mine wastes from mercury mines in China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2013, 20:8374-8381, DOI: 10.1007/s11356-013-1731-9 

[22]    Yan H., Li Q., Meng B., Wang C., Feng X*., He T., Dominik J., Spatial distribution and methylation of mercury in a eutrophic reservoir heavily contaminated by mercury in Southwest China. Applied Geochemistry, 2013, 33: 182190 

[23]    Wang R., Feng X., Wang W.X*., In Vivo mercury methylation and demethylation in freshwater Tilapia quantified by mercury stable isotopes. Environmental Science and Technology, 2013, 47:7949-7957. dx.doi.org/10.1021/es3043774 

[24]    Qiu G., Feng X*., Meng B., Zhang C., Gu C., Du B., Lin Y., Environmental geochemistry of an abandoned mercury mine in Yanwuping, Guizhou Province, China. Environmental Research, 2013, 125:124–130 

[25]    Dai Z., Feng X*., Zhang C., Shang L., Assessment of mercury erosion by surface water in Wanshan mercury mining area. Environmental Research, 2013, 125:2–11 

[26]    Sommar J*., Zhu W., Lin C-J., Feng X., Approaches to measure mercury gas exchange between natural surfaces and the atmosphere – a review. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, 2013, 43:1657-1739, DOI: 10.1080/10643389.2012.671733  

[27]    Zhu W., Li Z*., Chai X*., Hao Y., Lin C-J., Sommar J., Feng X.*, Emission characteristics and airesurface exchange of gaseous mercury at the largest active landfill in Asia. Atmospheric Environment, 2013, 79: 188-197 

[28]    Zhu W., Sommar J., Li Z., Feng X*., Lin C-J., Li G., Highly elevated emission of mercury vapor due to the spontaneous combustion of refuse in a landfill. Atmospheric Environment, 2013, 79: 540-545 

[29]    Fu X., Feng X.*, Yin R., Zhang H., Diurnal and seasonal trend of inorganic mercury speciation and exchange flux in fresh waters of Southwestern China: implications of photochemical and biological transformationms of mercury. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2013, 32(10): 22562265. DOI: 10.1002/etc.2323 

[30]    Fu X., Feng X.*, Guo Y., Meng B., Yin R., Yao H., Distribution and production of reactive mercury and dissolved gaseous mercury in surface waters and water/air mercury flux in reservoirs on Wujiang River, Southwest China. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, 2013, 118, 3905–3917, doi:10.1002/jgrd.50384 

[31]    Yin R., Feng X*., Meng B., Stable Hg Isotope Variation in Rice Plants (Oryza sativa L.) from the Wanshan Hg Mining District, SW China. Environmental Science and Technology, 2013, 47 (5): 2238–2245 

[32]    Feng X*., Yin R., Yu B., Du B., Mercury isotope variations in surface soils in different contaminated areas in Guizhou Province, SW China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2013, 58(2): 249-255. doi: 10.1007/s11434-012-5490-7 

[33]    Yin. R., Feng X*., Wang J., Bao Z., Yu B., Chen J., Mercury isotope variations between bioavailable mercury fractions and total mercury in mercury contaminated soil in Wanshan Mercury Mine, SW China. Chemical Geology, 2013, 336: 80-86. doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2012.04.017. 

[34]    Yin. R., Feng X*., Wang J., Li P., Liu J., Zhang Y., Chen J., Zheng L., Hu T., Mercury speciation, mercury isotope fractionation during ore roasting process and their implication to source identification of downstream sediment in Wanshan mercury mining area, SW China. Chemical Geology, 2013, 336: 72-79. doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2012.04.030. 

[35]    Wang J., Feng X*., Anderson C. W. N., Xing Y., Shang L., Remediation of Mercury Contaminated Soil -A Review. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2012, 221: 1-18. 

[36]    Liu J., Feng X*., Qiu G., Anderson C. W. N., Yao H., Prediction of methyl mercury uptake by rice plants (Oryza sativa L.) using the DGT technique. Environmental Science and Technology, 2012, 46 (20): 11013–11020. DOI: 10.1021/es302187t 

[37]    Zhang H., Feng X*., Zhu J., Sapkota A., Meng B., Yao H., Qin H., Larrsen T. Selenium in Soil Inhibits Mercury Uptake and Translocation in Rice (Oryza sativa L.). Environmental Science and Technology, 2012, 46: 10040–10046, doi.org/10.1021/es302245r. 

[38]    Meng B., Feng X.*, Qiu G., Wang D., Liang P., Li P., Shang L., Inorganic mercury accumulation in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2012, 31: 2093-2098. DOI: 10.1002/etc.1913 

[39]    Krisnayanti B. D., Anderson C. W. N*., Utomo W. H., Feng X., Handayanto E., Mudarisna N., Ikram H. and Khususiah. Assessment of environmental mercury discharge at a four-year-old artisanal gold mining area on Lombok Island, Indonesia. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2012, 14, 2598-2607, DOI: 10.1039/C2EM30515A 

[40]    Lin C-J*, Zhu W., Li X., Feng X.*, Sommar J., Shang L., Novel Dynamic Flux Chamber for Measuring Air?Surface Exchange of Hg0 from Soils. Environmental Science and Technology, 2012, 46:8910–8920, doi.org/10.1021/es3012386. 

[41]    Li P., Feng X*., Yuan X., Chan H. M., Qiu G., Sun G.X., Zhu Y-G., Rice consumption contributes to low level methylmercury exposure in southern China. Environment International, 2012, 49:18-23. 

[42]    Dai Z., Feng X*., Fu X.W., Li P., Spatial distribution of mercury deposition fluxes in Wanshan Hg mining area, Guizhou, China. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 2012, 12, 6207–6218, doi:10.5194/acp-12-6207-2012 

[43]    Rothenberg S. E*., Feng X*., Mercury cycling in a flooded rice paddy. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 2012, 117, G03003, doi:10.1029/2011JG001800 

[44]    Rothenberg S.E.*, Feng X*., Zhou W., Tu M., Jing B., You J., Environment and genotype controls on mercury accumulation in rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivated along a contamination gradient in Guizhou, China. Science of the Total Environment, 2012, 426: 272-280, doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.03.024 

[45]    Chen J*., Hintelmann H., Feng X., Dimock B., Unusual fractionation of both odd and even mercury isotopes in precipitation from Peterborough, ON, Canada. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2012, 90:33-46. 

[46]    Wang J., Feng X*., Anderson C. W. N., Wang H., Zheng L., Hu T., Implications of Mercury Speciation in Thiosulfate Treated Plants. Environmental Science and Technology, 2012, 46 (10): 5361–5368. doi:10.1021/es204331a 

[47]    Fu X., Feng X*., Zhang H., Yu B., Chen L.G., Mercury emissions from natural surfaces highly impacted by human activities in Guangzhou Province, South China, Atmospheric Environment, 2012, 54185193. doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2012.02.008 

[48]    Fu X.W., Feng X*., Shang L. H., Wang S. F., Zhang H., Two years of measurements of atmospheric total gaseous mercury (TGM) at a remote site in Mt. Changbai area, Northeastern China. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 2012, 124215-4226 

[49]    Fu X., Feng X*., Sommar J, Wang S., A review of studies on atmospheric mercury in China. Science of the Total Environment, 2012, 421-422, 73-81.doi:10.1016/ j.scitotenv.2011.09.089. 

[50]    Fu X. W., Feng X*., Liang P., Deliger, Zhang H., Ji J., Liu P., Temporal trend and sources of speciated atmospheric mercury at Waliguan GAW station, northwestern China. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2012, 12, 1951-1964, doi:10.5194/acp-12-1951-2012. 

[51]    Qiu G., Feng X*., Jiang G., Mercury Pollution in the Environment of China. Science of the Total Environment, 2012, 421-422, 59-72. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2011.09.024 

[52]    Li P., Feng X*., Qiu G., Shang L., Wang S., Mercury pollution in Wuchuan mercury mining area, Guizhou, Southwestern China: the impacts from large scale and artisanal mercury mining. Environmental International, 2012, 42, 59-66. doi:10.1016/j.envint.2011.04.008. 

[53]    Qiu G., Feng X*., Meng B., Wang X., Methylmercury in rice (Oryza sativa L.) grown from the Xunyang Hg mining area, Shaanxi province, northwestern China. Pure and Applied Chemistry, 2012, 84: 281-289 

[54]    Yin R., Feng X.,* Li Z., Zhang Q., Bi X., Li G., Liu J., Zhu J., Wang J., Metallogeny and Environmental Impact of Hg in Zn Deposites in China. Applied Geochemistry, 2012, 27, 151-160. doi:10.1016/ j.apgeochem.2011.09.027 

[55]    Liu J., Feng X*., Zhu W., Zhang X., Yin R., Distribution and speciation of mercury and methyl mercury in surface water of Dongjiang River, the Pearl River Delta, China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2012, 19: 105-112, DOI: 10.1007/s11356-011-0542-0. 

[56]    Liu B., Yan H., Wang C., Li Q., Guédron S., Feng X.*, Dominik J., Insights into low fish mercury bioaccumulation in a mercury-contaminated reservoir, Guizhou, China. Environmental Pollution, 2012, 160: 109-117. 

[57]    Lin Y*., Larssen, T., Vogt RD., Feng X., Zhang H., Modelling transport and transformation of mercury fractions in heavily contaminated mountain streams by coupling a GIS-based hydrological model with a mercury chemistry model. Science of Total Environment, 2011, 409: 4596-4605. 

[58]    Wang J., Feng X.*, Anderson CWN., Zhu W., Yin R., Wang H., Mercury distribution in the soil–plant–air system at the Wanshan mercury mining district in Guizhou, Southwest China.  Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2011, 40: 2725–2731. DOI: 10.1002/etc.681.  

[59]    Wang Q., Feng X*., Yan H., Yang Y., Spatial and Temporal Variation of Total and Methyl mercury Concentrations in Plankton from a Mercury Contaminated and Eutrophic Reservoir in Guizhou Province, China. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2011, 40:2739-2747. DOI: 10.1002/etc.696. 

[60]    Fu X., Feng X*., Qiu G., Shang L., Zhang H. Speciated atmospheric mercury in the urban of Guiyang: Implication for potential sources of mercury species. Atmospheric Environment, 2011, 45: 4205-4212. doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2011.05.012 

[61]    Liu J., Feng X*., Qiu G., Yao H., Shang L., Yan H., Inter-comparison and applicability of some dynamic and equilibrium principle methods to determine methylated mercury species in pore water. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2011, 30(8): 1739–1744, DOI: 10.1002/etc.565. 

[62]    Li P., Feng X*., Qiu G., Wan Q., Hair can be a good biomarker of occupational exposure to mercury vapor: simulated experiments and field data analysis, Science of the Total Environment, 2011, 409:4484-4488. 

[63]    Liu J., Feng X*., Yin R., Zhu W., Li Z., Mercury distributions and mercury isotope signatures in sediments of Dongjiang River, the Pearl River Delta, China. Chemical Geology, 2011, 287, 81-89. DOI: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2011.06.001 

[64]    Liu N., Qiu G*., Landis M. S., Feng X., Fu X., Shang L., Atmospheric mercury species measured in Guiyang, Guizhou province, southwest China. Atmospheric Research, 2011, 100: 93-102, doi:10.1016/j.atmosres.2011.01.002 

[65]    Lin Y*., Larssen T., Vogt R. D., Feng X., Zhang H., Transport and fate of mercury under different hydrologic regimes in polluted stream in mining area. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2011, 23(5):757–764. 

[66]    Li P., Feng X*., Shang L., Qiu G., Meng B., Zhang H.Guo G., Liang L., Human co-exposure to mercury vapor and methylmercury in artisanal mercury mining areas, Guizhou, China. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2011, 74: 473-479. 

[67]    Wang J., Feng X.*, Anderson CWN., Qiu G., Li P., Bao Z., Ammonium thiosulphate enhanced phytoextraction from mercury contaminated soil - Results from a greenhouse study. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2011, 186:119-127, doi:10.1016/j.jhazmat.2010.10.097   

[68]    Yao H., Feng X.*, Guo Y., Yan H., Fu X., Li Z., Meng B., Mercury and methylmercury concentrations in two newly constructed reservoirs in the Wujiang River, Guizhou, China. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2011, 30(3):530-537, DOI: 10.1002/etc.413. 

[69]    Rothenberg S., Feng X.,* Dong B., Shang L., Yin R., Characterization of Mercury Species in Brown and White Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Grown in Water Saving Paddies. Environmental Pollution, 2011, 159:1283-1289. 

[70]    Shi W., Feng X*., Zhang G., Ming L., Yin R., Zhao Z., Wang J., High precision measurement of mercury isotopes deposit record over the past 150 years in a peat core from Hong Yuan. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2011, 56(9): 877-882. 

[71]    Meng B., Feng X*., Qiu G., Liang P., Li P., Chen C., Shang L. The process of methylmercury accumulation in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Environmental Science and Technology, 2011, 452711-2717 

[72]    Rothenberg S., Feng X.,* Li P., Low-level maternal MeHg exposure through rice ingestion and potential implications for offspring health. Environmental Pollution, 2011, 1591017-1022, doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2010.12.024  

[73]    S?vik M.-L.*, Larssen T., Vogt R. D., Wibetoe G., Feng X., Heavy metals in rice paddy fields in mercury hot spots in Guizhou, China. Applied Geochemistry, 2011, 26:167-173. 

[74]    Feng X*., Bigham G., A preface: Mercury Biogeochemical Cycling in Mercury Contaminated Environments. Applied Geochemistry, 2011, 26:153-153. 

[75]    Li Z., Feng X*., Li G., Bi X., Sun G., Zhu J., Qin H., Wang J., Mercury and other heavy metals and metalloid contamination to the soil around a large scale Pb/Zn smelter in east Hunan province, China. Applied Geochemistry, 2011, 26:160-166. 

[76]    Ding Z*., Wu H., Feng X., Liu J., Yuan Y., Zhang L., Distribution of Hg in mangrove and its implication for Hg enrichment in mangrove ecosystem. Applied Geochemistry, 2011, 26:205-212. 

[77]    Feng X*., Bai W., Shang L., He T., Qiu G., Yan H., Mercury speciation and distribution in Aha reservoir which was contaminated by coal mining activities in Guiyang, Guizhou, China. Applied Geochemistry, 2011, 26:213-221. 

[78]    Yin R., Feng X*., Shi W., Application of the stable-isotope system to the study of sources and fate of Hg in the environment: A review. Applied Geochemistry, 2010, 25, 1467–1477.  

[79]    Fu X., Feng X*., Wan Q., Meng B., Guo Y., Yan H., Probing Hg evasion from surface waters of two Chinese hyper/meso-eutrophic reservoirs. Science of the Total Environment, 2010, 408, 5887–5896. 

[80]    Li G., Feng X*., Li Z., Qiu G, Shang L, Liang P., Wang D., Yang Y., Mercury emission to atmosphere from primary Zn production in China. Science of the Total Environment, 2010, 408, 4607-4612. 

[81]    Li L., Wang F*., Meng B., Lemes M., Feng X., Jiang G., Speciation of methylmercury in rice grown from a mercury mining area. Environmental pollution, 2010, 158, 3103-3107. 

[82]    Meng B., Feng X*., Chen C., Qiu G., Sommar J., Guo Y., Liang P., Wan Q., Influence of eutrophication on the distribution of total mercury and methylmercury in hydroelectric reservoirs. Journal of Environmental Quality, 2010, 39, 1624-1635. 

[83]    Li Y., Mao Y., Liu G., Tachiev G., Roelant D., Feng X., Cai Y*., Degradation of Methylmercury and its Effects on Mercury Distribution and Cycling in the Florida Everglades. Environmental Sciences and Technology, 2010, 44, 6661–6666. 

[84]    Mao Y., Yin Y., Li Y., Liu G., Feng X., Jiang G., Cai Y*. Occurrence of monoethylmercury in the Florida Everglades: Identification and verification. Environmental Pollution, 2010, 158: 3378-3384.  

[85]    Zhang H., Feng X*., Larssen T., Qiu G., Vogt R., In Inland China, Rice, rather than Fish is the major Pathway for Methylmercury Exposure. Environmental Health Perspectives, 2010, 118(9): 1183-1188. 

[86]    Zheng W., Kang S*., Feng X., Zhang Q., Li C., Mercury speciation and spatial distribution in surface waters of the Yarlung Zangbo River, Tibet. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2010 Vol.55 No.24: 2697–2703 

[87]    Li P., Feng X.*, Qiu G., Methylmercury Exposure and Health Effects from Rice and Fish Consumption: A Review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2010, 7, 2666-2691; doi:10.3390/ijerph7062666 

[88]    Yin R., Feng X*., Foucher D., Shi W., Zhao Z., Wang J., High Precision Determination of Mercury Isotope Ratios Using Online Mercury Vapor Generation System Coupled with Multicollector Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometer. Chinese Journal of Analytical Chemistry. 2010, 38(7), 929–934. 

[89]    Yan H., Rustadbakken A*., Yao H., Larssen T., Feng X., Liu T., Shang L., Haugen T. O., Total mercury in wild fish in Guizhou reservoirs, China. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 2010, 22(8) 1129–1136 

[90]    Pan L., Lin C-J*., Carmichael G. R., Streets D. G., Tang Y.e, Woo J-H., Shetty S. K., Chu H-W., Ho T C., Friedli H. R., Feng X., Study of atmospheric mercury budget in East Asia using STEM-Hg modeling system. Science of the Total Environment, 2010, 408,3277-3291. 

[91]    Pirrone N*., Cinnirella S., Feng X., R. B. Finkelman, H. R. Friedli, J. Leaner, R. Mason, A. B. Mukherjee, G. B. Stracher, D. G. Streets, and K. Telmer., Global mercury emissions to the atmosphere from anthropogenic and natural sources. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10, 5951–5964. 

[92]    Zhang H., Feng X*., Larssen T., Shang L., Li P., Bio-accumulation of Methylmercury versus Inorganic Mercury in Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Grain. Environmental Science and Technology, 2010, 44, 4499–4504 

[93]    Feng X*., Foucher D., Hintelmann H., Yan H., He T., Qiu G., Tracing mercury Contamination Sources in Sediments Using Mercury Isotope Compositions. Environmental Science and Technology, 2010, 44:3363–3368 

[94]    Fu X., Feng X*., Zhu W., Rothenberg S., Yao H., Zhang H., Elevated atmospheric deposition and dynamics of mercury in a remote upland forest of Southwestern China. Environmental Pollution, 2010, 158: 2324–2333 

[95]    Zhang H., Feng X*., Thorj?rn L., Shang L., Vogt R. D., Rothenberg S. E., Li P., Zhang H., Lin Y., Fractionation, distribution and transport of mercury in rivers and tributaries around Wanshan Hg mining district, Guizhou Province, Southwestern China: Part 1 Total mercury. Applied Geochemistry, 2010, 25:633-641. 

[96]    Rothenberg S. E*., Kirby M. E., Bird B.W., DeRose M. B., Lin C-C., Feng  X., Ambrose R. F., Jay  J. A. The impact of over 100 years of wildfires on mercury levels and accumulation rates in two lakes in southern California, USA. Environmental Earth Sciences, 2010, 60: 993-1005. 

[97]    Zhang H., Feng X*., Thorj?rn L., Shang L., Vogt R. D., Lin Y., Li P., Zhang H., Fractionation, distribution and transport of mercury in rivers and tributaries around Wanshan Hg mining district, Guizhou Province, Southwestern China: Part 2 Methylmercury. Applied Geochemistry, 2010, 25: 642-649. 

[98]    Meng B., Feng X.*, Qiu G., Cai Y., Wang D., Li P., Shang L., Sommar J., Distribution patterns of inorganic mercury and methylmercury in tissues of rice (Oryza sativa L.) plants and possible bioaccumulation pathways. Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry, 2010, 58:4951–4958 

[99]    Fu X., Feng X*., Dong Z., Yin R., Wang J., Yang Z., Zhang H., Atmospheric total gaseous mercury (TGM) concentrations and wet and dry deposition of mercury at a high-altitude mountain peak in south China. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10: 2425-2437.  

[100]    Fu X., Feng X*., Zhang G., Xu W., Li X., Yao H., Liang P., Li J., Sommar J., Yin R., Liu N., Mercury in the marine boundary layer and seawater of the South China Sea: concentrations, air/sea flux, and implication for land outflow. Journal of Geophysical Research- Atmospheres, 2010, 115, D06303, doi:10.1029/2009JD012958. 

[101]    Li Z., Feng X*., Li P., Liang L., Tang S. L., Wang S. F., Fu X. W., Qiu G. L, and Shang L. H., Mercury air-borne emissions from 5 municipal solid waste landfills in Guiyang and Wuhan, China. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010 , 10,:3353–3364 

[102]    Lin CJ*, Pan L, Streets DG, Shetty, S. K., Jang, C., Feng, X., Chu, H. -W., Ho, T. C., Estimating mercury emission outflow from East Asia using CMAQ-Hg. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2010, 10(4): 1853-1864. 

[103]    Lin Y*., Larssen T., Vogt R. D., Feng X., Identification of fractions of mercury in water, soil and sediment from a typical Hg mining area in Wanshan, Guizhou province, China. Applied Geochemistry, 2010, 25 (1): 60-68. 


Grants:

  1. Mercury isotope and NOTCH: New biomarkers linking Environmental pollution and health (NSFC Key International Collaboration grant, project number: 41120134005, PI, project period: 2012.01-2016.12, funding, 300 000 CNY 

  2. Mercury pollution characteristics, environmental processes and the principal for pollution reduction technologies in China (National 973 project, project number:2013CB430000, PI, project period: 2013.01-2017.08funding: 3, 600, 000 CNY 

  3. Surface-air exchange, methylation, bioaccumulation in food chain and remediation of mercury in the environment: comparison between Sweden and China (Key International Collaboration Project of CAS, project number: 132852KYSB20130003PI2014.01-2016.12funding80, 000CNY 

  4. Biogeochemical cycling and isotope fractionation of mercury in sub-tropical and temporal forest catchments (NSFC Key Project, project number: 41430754, PI, 2015.01-2019.12, funding: 360, 000 CNY 

  5. Mercury isotope fractionation during important mercury species transformation and bioaccumulation processes in the environment (CAS Key Frontier Basic Research Project, project number: QYZDJ-SSW-DQC005, PI, 2016.08-2020.12 , funding: 300, 000CNY