教授

马瑞
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马瑞教授
联系方式:
Email: ruima79@gmail.com; rma@cug.edu.cn
办公室:环境学院文华楼301

教育经历:
2002-2007, 在中国地质大学(武汉)环境学院获环境工程博士学位

1998-2002, 在中国地质大学(武汉)工程学院获环境工程(含水文
地质与工程地质)学士学位

工作经历:
2011-今:中国地质大学(武汉)环境学院,副教授

2009-2011:美国阿拉巴马大学地质系,研究助理教授

2007-2009:美国阿拉巴马大学地质系,博士后

研究方向:
1. 地下水中污染物的反应运移机理与模拟

2. 地下水与地表水相互作用

3. 温度对地下水流的示踪研究与热运移模拟

主讲课程:
1. 水文地球化学

2. 溶质运移理论

科研项目和发表文章见英文简历。
Rui Ma
Associate Professor
Contact
E-mail: ruima79@gmail.com; rma@cug.edu.cn
Office: 301 Wenhua Building

Education
2002-2007, Ph.D., Hydrogeology, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, China

1998-2002, B.S., Hydrogeology, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, China

Professional Experience
2011-present, Associate Professor, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan

2009-2011, Assistant Research Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA.

2007-2009, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA

Research Interests
My general research interests include hydrogeology, aqueous environmental geochemistry, reactive transport modeling and heat transport modeling. I employ reactive transport modeling tools to understand uranium contaminant transport processes at the Hanford site and also use heat transport modeling to characterize the aquifer heterogeneity at the same site. I also use heat as a groundwater tracer to track the groundwater and surface water interaction at study sites in China.

Teaching
l Hydrogeology
l Groundwater and soil remediation
l Reactive transport modeling
Research Projects
l “Using heat to trace and model surface water-groundwater interactions (地表水与地下水相互作用的温度示踪与模拟(No. 41002081))”, Principal Investigator(负责), National Science Foundation, 2011-2013.

l “Multi-Scale Mass Transfer Processes Controlling Natural Attenuation and Engineered Remediation: An IFC Focused on Hanford’s 300 Area Uranium Plume”, US DOE IFRC project, 2007-2015

l 内陆干旱区凝结水对植物水分补给作用的天然D、18O 同位素示踪研究(No.40702042), co-principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, 2008-2010.

l “Transport and natural attenuation of contaminants in hyporheic zones潜流带污染物迁移转化与自然衰减作用研究(No. 40830748)”, NSFC key project (2009-2012).

Memberships:
American Geology Union member (from 2008 to present)

The Geological Society of America member (from 2009 to present)

Reviewer for Journals
Ground Water

Journal of Hydrology

Hydrological Sciences Journal

Water Resources Research

National/International Conference Session Chair Positions
2010, Convener and chair of a session on Reactive Transport Modeling in the NGWA Groundwater Summit 2010 (with Henning Prommer and Vince Post)

Peer- reviewed articles
1. Ma, R., C. Zheng, H. Prommer, J. Greskowiak, C. Liu, J. Zachara, and M. Rockhold, 2010, A field-scale reactive transport model for U(VI) migration influenced by coupled multirate mass transfer and surface complexation reactions, Water Resources Research, 46, W05509. DOI:10.1029/2009WR008168 (Selected highlight by US DOE subsurface biogeochemical research; http://esd.lbl.gov/research/projects/ersp/highlights/highlight10.html)

2. Ma, R., C. Zheng, M. Tonkin, J. M. Zachara, 2011, Importance of considering intraborehole flow in Solute transport modeling under highly dynamic flow conditions, Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 123: 11–19.

3. Ma, R., Y. Wang, Z. Sun, C. Zheng, T. Ma, H. Prommer, 2011, Geochemical Evolution of Groundwater in Carbonate Aquifers in Taiyuan, Northern China, Applied Geochemistry, 26, 884–897.

4. Ma, R., C. Zheng, 2010, Effects of density and viscosity in modeling heat as a groundwater tracer, Ground Water. 48(3): 380–389.

5. Ma. R., C. Zheng, 2011, Not all mass transfer rate coefficients are created equal, Ground Water, doi: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2011.00822.x.

6. Ma, R., 2011, Modeling groundwater flow and contaminant transport: theory and applications of transport in porous media, Book review, Vadose Zone Journal. 10, 1–2.

7. Ma, R., C. Zheng, C. Liu, 2011, Groundwater Impacts of Radioactive Wastes and Associated Environmental Modeling Assessment, Robert A. Meyers (ed.), Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4419-0851-3.

8. Ma, R., C. Zheng, H. Prommer, J. Greskowiak, 2011, Modeling field-scale uranium mass transfer at the Hanford IFRC site. In Wang, Y. S. Ge, M.C. Hill, C. Zheng (eds.), Calibration and Reliability in Groundwater Modeling: Managing Groundwater and the Environment, IAHS Publication 341, IAHS Press, Wallingford, UK, p. 141-146.

9. Ma, R., Y. Wang, T. Ma, Z. Sun, S. Yan. 2006. The effect of stratigraphic heterogeneity on areal distribution of land subsidence at Taiyuan, northern China. Environmental Geology, 50: 551-568.

10. Ma, R., C. Zheng, J. Zachara, M. Tokin, 2011, Utility of bromide and heat tracers for site characterization in a highly dynamic environment, submitted to Water Resources Research, Under review.

11. Ma. R., J. Greskowiak, H. Prommer, C. Liu, C. Zheng and J. Zachara, 2011, Model-based quantification of the influence of calcite on uranium mobility in the hyporheic zone of the Columbia River near Hanford, Environmental science and technology, In revision.

12. Ma, R., Y. Wang, Z. Sun, C. Zheng, T. Ma, 2011, Identification of groundwater flow paths in a carbonate aquifer system based on hydrogeological, isotopic and temperature data. In: Zheng, C., Liu, J., Siegel, D. (Eds.), Hydrogeology and Water Resources of China. Geological Society of America Special Papers. In press.

13. Zheng, C and R. Ma, 2010, IGW/DL: A Digital Library for Teaching and Learning Hydrogeology and Groundwater Modeling. Ground Water. 48(3):339-342.

14. Sun, Z., R. Ma, Y. Wang. 2009. Using Landsat data to determine land use changes in Datong basin, China. Environmental Geology, 57(8): 1825-1837.

15. Greskowiak, J., H. Prommer, C. Liu, V.E.A. Post, R. Ma, C. Zheng, and J.M. Zachara. 2010, Comparison of parameter sensitivities between a laboratory and field scale model of uranium transport in a dual domain, distributed-rate reactive system. Water Resources Research, 46, W09509, doi:10.1029/2009WR008781.

16. Greskowiak, J., M.B. Hay, H. Prommer, C. Liu, V. E. A. Post, R. Ma, J. A. Davis, C. Zheng, J. M. Zachara, 2010, Simulating multi-rate mass-transfer and sorption of U(VI) under transient groundwater flow and hydrochemistry - Physical versus chemical non-equilibrium model, Water Resources Research, doi:10.1029/2010WR010118.

17. 孙自永, 程国栋, 马瑞, 等. 2008. 雾水的D、18O同位素研究进展. 地球科学进展, 23(8): 794-802.

18. 周爱国, 马瑞, 张晨. 2005.中国西北内陆盆地水分垂直循环及其生态学意义. 水科学进展, 16(1): 125-133.

19. 王焰新, 马腾, 郭清海, 马瑞. 2005. 地下水与环境变化研究. 地学前缘, 12: 14-21.

20. 孙自永, 徐恒力, 马瑞. 2009. 黑河下游额济纳盆地景观空间格局动态变化分析. 地质科技情报, 28(6): 94-100.

21. 闫世龙,马瑞,王焰新, 等. 2006, 构造活动对太原市地面沉降的影响. 地球科学-中国地质大学学报. 31: 120-125.

22. 徐恒力, 孙自永, 马瑞. 2004. 植物地境与物种地境稳定层. 地球科学-中国地质大学学报, 29(2): 239-246.

23. 孙自永, 马瑞, 周爱国, 等. 2003. 中国西北地区内陆河流域面向生态环境的水资源开发模式研究. 干旱区资源与环境, 17(1): 28-31.

24. 徐恒力, 汤梦玲, 马瑞. 2003. 黑河流域中下游地区植物物种生存域研究. 地球科学-中国地质大学学报, 28(5):551-556.

Monographs:
1. 郭清海, 马瑞, 王焰新, 马腾. 2010. 盆-山地下水系统演化及其水资源环境效应: 以太原盆地为例. 北京: 科学出版社.

2. 周爱国, 孙自永, 马瑞, 等. 2007. 干旱地区地质生态学导论. 北京: 中国环境科学出版社.

Proceedings:
1. Ma, R., C. Zheng, H. Prommer, J. Greskowiak, C. Liu, J. Zachara, M. Rockhold, 2009, Modeling field-scale multi-rate surface complexation reactions to quantify their impact on uranium mobility at the Hanford site, in Proceedings of ModelCARE 2009, 7th International Conference on Calibration and Reliability in Groundwater Modeling, Wuhan, China (Y. Wang, Y. Zhou and Y. Gan, editors).

2. Greskowiak, J., H. Prommer, C. Liu, V.E.A. Post, R. Ma, C. Zheng, J. Zachara, 2009, Scaling effects on parameter sensitivities in a dual-domain, multi-rate reactive transport system, in Proceedings of ModelCARE 2009, 7th International Conference on Calibration and Reliability in Groundwater Modeling, Wuhan, China (Y. Wang, Y. Zhou and Y. Gan, editors).

3. Ma Rui, Wang Yanxin, Yan Chunmiao, et al., 2005. Simulation of subsidence in different compressible layers due to groundwater withdrawal in Taiyuan, Shanxi, China. In: Zhang ed. Proceedings of the seventh international symposium on land subsidence. Shanghai: Shanghai Scientific and Technical Publishers, 744-753.

4. Rui Ma, Aiguo Zhou, and Ziyong Sun, 2003. Application of SPAC system in water resources management: Possibility, problems, and suggestions. In: Yanxin Wang ed. Proceedings of International Symposium on Water Resources and the Urban Environment. Beijing: China Environmental Science Press, 415-419.

5. Ziyong Sun, Hengli Xu, Rui Ma, 2003. Eco-geological mechanism of patch degradation in Ejina, the lower Heihe river basin. In: Yanxin Wang ed. Proceedings of International Symposium on Water Resources and the Urban Environment., Beijing: China Environmental Science Press. 713-718.

6. Hengli Xu, Ziyong Sun, Rui Ma, 2003. Plant underground habitat and plant species stable layer in underground habitat. In: Yanxin Wang ed. Proceedings of International Symposium on Water Resources and the Urban Environment, Beijing: China Environmental Science Press. 719-726.

Presentations:
1. Ma, R., C. Zheng, H. Prommer, J. Zachara, C. Liu, and M. Rockhold, 2008, Modeling uranium fate and transport at the Hanford Integrated Field Challenge Site, presented at the “MODFLOW and More 2008” International Conference, Golden, CO. (poster)

2. Ma, R., C. Zheng, J.M. Zachara, M. Rockhold, A. Ward, 2009, Modeling heat transport as a groundwater tracer, presented at GSA Annual Meeting, Portland, OR. (oral)

3. Ma, R., C. Zheng, H. Prommer, J. Greskowiak, C. Liu, J. Zachara, and M. Rockhold, 2008, A Preliminary assessment of the effects of river water dynamics and chemistry on uranium fate and transport at the Hanford 300A site, presented at AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. (poster)

4. Zheng, C. and Ma, R., 2008, Modeling uranium fate and transport at the Hanford site: An integrated field challenge, invited keynote talk at the International Groundwater Forum 2008, Changchun, China. (Invited oral)

5. Zheng, C., R. Ma, H. Prommer, C. Liu, J. Greskowiak, J. Zachara, M. Rockhold, 2009, Modeling field-scale uranium mass transfer at the Hanford IFRC site, presented at DOE ERSP PI Meeting, National Conference Center, Lansdowne, VA.

6. Zheng, C., R. Ma., H. Prommer, J. Greskowiak, C. Liu, J. Zachara, M. Rockhold, 2009, Modeling field-scale uranium reactive transport in physically and chemically heterogeneous media, invited presentation at AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

7. C. Zheng, R. Ma, H. Prommer and J. Greskowiak, C. Liu, Y. Fang, J. Zachara, M. Rockhold, A. Ward, 2010. Modeling coupled transport and geochemical processes at the Hanford IFRC site: Technical approaches, insights gained, and future plans, 5th Annual DOE-ERSP PI Meeting: Abstracts

8. Ma, R., C. Zheng, C. Liu, J. Zachara, H. Prommer, J. Greskowiak, 2010. A Multi-Rate Mass Transfer Model for Field-Scale Uranium Transport in a Physically and Chemically Heterogeneous Aquifer. 2010 Ground Water Summit and 2010 Ground Water Protection Council Spring Meeting (#5095) (Organizer, oral)

9. Rui Ma, 2010. Coupled process modeling of Hanford IFRC Site, USA. presented at International Groundwater Forum 2010: Securing Groundwater in a Changing World. July 8-9, Beijing, China. (invited oral)

10. Ma, R., Zheng, C., Tonkin, M. J., Zachara, J. M., 2010. Importance of considering intraborehole flow in Solute transport modeling under highly dynamic flow conditions. presented at AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. (Oral)

11. Ma, R., Zheng, C., Zachara, J. M., Tonkin, M. J., 2011, Using heat as a groundwater tracer for aquifer characterization in a highly dynamic flow environment. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 43, No. 5, p. 388. (Invited oral)

Abstracts:
1. Ma, R., C. Zheng, H. Prommer, and J. Greskowiak, 2008, A Preliminary assessment of the effects of river water dynamics and chemistry on uranium fate and transport at the Hanford 300A site, Abstract H31B-0850, EOS, American Geophysical Union.

2. Zheng, C., R. Ma., H. Prommer, J. Greskowiak, C. Liu, J. Zachara, M. Rockhold, 2009, Modeling field-scale uranium reactive transport in physically and chemically heterogeneous media, Abstract #H32C-02, EOS, American Geophysical Union.

3. Ma, R., C. Zheng, J.M. Zachara, M. Rockhold, A. Ward, 2009, Modeling heat transport as a groundwater tracer, 2009 Portland GSA(Geological Society of America) Annual Meeting, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 41, No. 7, p. 30.

4. Zheng, C., R. Ma., H. Prommer, C. Liu, J. Greskowiak, J. Zachara, M. Rockhold, 2009. Modeling Field-Scale Uranium Mass Transfer at Hanford IFRC Site, 4th Annual DOE-ERSP PI Meeting: Abstracts

5. C. Zheng, R. Ma, H. Prommer and J. Greskowiak, C. Liu, Y. Fang, J. Zachara, M. Rockhold, A. Ward, 2010. Modeling coupled transport and geochemical processes at the Hanford IFRC site: Technical approaches, insights gained, and future plans, 5th Annual DOE-ERSP PI Meeting: Abstracts

6. Rui Ma,Chunmiao Zheng, Chongxuan Liu, John Zachara, Henning Prommer, Janek Greskowiak, 2010. A Multi-Rate Mass Transfer Model for Field-Scale Uranium Transport in a Physically and Chemically Heterogeneous Aquifer. 2010 Ground Water Summit and 2010 Ground Water Protection Council Spring Meeting (#5095)

7. Ma, R., Zheng, C., Tonkin, M. J., Zachara, J. M., 2010. Importance of considering intraborehole flow in Solute transport modeling under highly dynamic flow conditions. abstract #H52C-05, EOS, American Geophysical Union.

8. Ma, R., Zheng, C., Zachara, J. M., Tonkin, M. J., 2011, Using heat as a groundwater tracer for aquifer characterization in a highly dynamic flow environment. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 43, No. 5, p. 388. (Invited oral)

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