From March 25th to 28th, the backbone members of the national major scientific research program-Study on the radical nitrogen in our country and its effect on the air quality, climate changing (NO.2014CB953800), where the professor Cai Zucong serves as the chief scientist from our school, gathered for the meeting to promote the program in the Institute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Some experts and backbone members of the project team attented this meeting, such as academician Qing Dahe (China Meteorological Administration), academician Ding Yihui(China Meteorological Administration), academician Zhu Zhaoliang(Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences), researcher Yan Xiaoyuan(Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences), researcher Wang Sumin(Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy Of Sciences), researcher Zheng Xunhua(Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy Of Sciences), researcher Hu Chunsheng(Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy Of Sciences), researcher Zhang Xiaoshan(Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy Of Sciences), researcher Zhu Yongguan(Institute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences), professor Gao Hongjun(Institute of Science & Technology, Nanjing Normal University), professor Cai Zucong(School of Geographic Science, Nanjing Normal University).
At first, professor Cai introduced the progress, achievements and research plan in next three years, then each director of research topic reported to thoes experts. The team of experts all agreed that the research plans were fully completed at present and the expectant aim had achieved. They thought these research teams have formed strong execution and stable communiction, cooperation relationships. All these efforts and achievements have laid a solid foundation for making a breakthough progess in next 3 years. Meanwhile, the expert group proposed that the research team should also sum up the research results timely, form a advisory report, and then provide a scientific basis for the government decision-making when they devote themselves to publishing high quality papers.