PolyU IR
 

PolyU Institutional Repository >

Browsing by Author "Li, Xiangdong"

Jump to: 0-9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
or enter first few letters:   
Sort by: In order: Results/Page Authors/Record:
Showing results 17 to 36 of 36
< previous 
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Oct-2004 Leaching and uptake of heavy metals by ten different species of plants during an EDTA-assisted phytoextraction processChen, Yahua; Li, Xiangdong; Shen, Zhenguo
2010 Mercury in the marine boundary layer and seawater of the South China Sea : concentrations, sea/air flux, and implication for land outflowFu, Xuewu; Feng, Xinbin; Zhang, Gan; Xu, Weihai; Li, Xiangdong; Yao, Hen; Liang, Peng; Li, Jun; Sommar, Jonas; Yin, Runsheng; Liu, Na
May-2010 Mercury profiles in sediments of the Pearl River Estuary and the surrounding coastal area of South ChinaShi, Jian-bo; Ip, Ching-man; Zhang, Gan; Jiang, Gui-bin; Li, Xiangdong
1-Mar-2006 Metal contamination in urban, suburban, and country park soils of Hong Kong: a study based on GIS and multivariate statisticsLee, Celine Siu-lan; Li, Xiangdong; Shi, Wenzhong; Cheung, Sharon Ching-nga; Thornton, Iain
Jul-2006 A novel strategy using biodegradable EDDS for the chemically enhanced phytoextraction of soils contaminated with heavy metalsLuo, Chunling; Shen, Zhenguo; Baker, Alan J. M.; Li, Xiangdong
Nov-2004 Over one hundred years of trace metal fluxes in the sediments of the Pearl River Estuary, South ChinaIp, Ching-man; Li, Xiangdong; Zhang, Gan; Farmer, J. G.; Wai, Wing-hong Onyx; Li, Yok-sheung
5-Feb-2004 Pb contamination and isotopic composition of urban soils in Hong KongWong, Coby Sze-chung; Li, Xiangdong
1-May-2007 Plant uptake and the leaching of metals during the hot EDDS-enhanced phytoextraction processLuo, Chunling; Shen, Zhenguo; Li, Xiangdong
Sep-2008 Root exudates increase metal accumulation in mixed cultures : implications for naturally enhanced phytoextractionLuo, Chunling; Shen, Zhenguo; Li, Xiangdong
1-Jul-2008 Seven thousand years of records on the mining and utilization of metals from lake sediments in central ChinaLee, Celine Siu-lan; Qi, Shi-hua; Zhang, Gan; Luo, Chunling; Zhao, Lu Y. L.; Li, Xiangdong
2008 The spatial and temporal distribution of heavy metals in sediments of Victoria Harbour, Hong KongTang, Wing-yee Chloe; Ip, Ching-man; Zhang, Gan; Shin, Paul K. S.; Qian, Pei-yuan; Li, Xiangdong
Apr-2007 Spatial and temporal variations of mercury in sediments from Victoria Harbour, Hong KongShi, Jian-bo; Ip, Ching-man; Tang, Wing-yee Chloe; Zhang, Gan; Wu, Rudolf S. S.; Li, Xiangdong
Apr-2012 The spatial distribution and potential sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) over the Asian marginal seas and the Indian and Atlantic OceansXu, Yue; Zhang, Yan-Lin; Li, Jun; Gioia, Rosalinda; Zhang, Gan; Li, Xiangdong; Spiro, Baruch; Bhatia, Ravinder S.; Jones, Kevin C.
May-2004 The study of metal contamination in urban soils of Hong Kong using a GIS-based approachLi, Xiangdong; Lee, Siu-lan; Wong, Coby Sze-chung; Shi, Wenzhong; Thornton, Iain
May-2007 Trace metal distribution in sediments of the Pearl River Estuary and the surrounding coastal area, South ChinaIp, Ching-man; Li, Xiangdong; Zhang, Gan; Wai, Wing-hong Onyx; Li, Yok-sheung
Aug-2009 Transport and adsorption of antibiotics by marine sediments in a dynamic environmentXu, Wei-hai; Zhang, Gan; Wai, Wing-hong Onyx; Zou, Shi-chun; Li, Xiangdong
Jul-2006 Urban environmental geochemistry of trace metalsWong, Coby Sze-chung; Li, Xiangdong; Thornton, Iain
May-2008 The use of chelating agents in the remediation of metal-contaminated soils: a reviewLeštan, Domen; Luo, Chunling; Li, Xiangdong
Oct-2004 The use of Vetiver grass (Vetiveria zizanioides) in the phytoremediation of soils contaminated with heavy metalsChen, Yahua; Shen, Zhenguo; Li, Xiangdong
Jan-2003 Waste reduction and recycling strategies for the in-flight services in the airline industryLi, Xiangdong; Poon, C. S.; Lee, Shun-cheng; Chung, S. S.; Luk, F.
Showing results 17 to 36 of 36
< previous 

 

© Pao Yue-kong Library, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Powered by DSpace (Version 1.5.2)  © MIT and HP
Feedback | Privacy Policy Statement | Copyright & Restrictions - Feedback