• Journal Papers

Papers accepted or published:


  1. Yu, T.F., Wang, J.J., Cao, Y.W., Zeng, H.* Extinction effect of foliar dust retention on urban vegetation as estimated by atmospheric PM10 concentration in Shenzhen, China. Remote Sensing, 2022, 14, 5103.
  2. Du, L., Liu, Y.M., Hao, Z.N., Chen, M., Li, L.P., Ren, D.,* Wang, J.J.* Fertilization regime shifts the molecular diversity and chlorine reactivity of soil dissolved organic matter from tropical croplands. Water Research, 2022, 225, 119106.
  3. Niu, G.X., Yin, G.G., Mo, X.H., Mao, Q.G., Mo, J.M., Wang, J.J., Lu, X.K.*, Do long-term high nitrogen inputs change the composition of soil dissolved organic matter in a primary tropical forest? Environmental Research Letters, 2022, 7, 095015.
  4. Wang, Y.H., Liu, Y.N., Chu, R.K., Bowden, R.D., Lajtha, K., Simpson, M.J., Wang, J.J.* Characterization of sequentially extracted soil organic matter by electrospray ionization and atmospheric pressure photoionization Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 2022, 6(9), 2142–2148
  5. Ye, Q.H., Sun, G.D., Wang, Y.H., Zhang, S., Xu, Y., Feng, L., Simpson, M.J., He, C., Shi, Q., Li, L.P.*, Wang, J.J.* Lake reclamation alters molecular-level characteristics of lacustrine dissolved organic matter – A study of nine lakes in the Yangtze Plain, China. Water Research, 2022, 222, 118884.
  6. Chen, H., Wang, J.J., Ku, P.J., Tsui, M.T.K., Abney, R.B., Berhe, A.A., Zhang, Q., Burton, S.D., Dahlgren, R.A., Chow, A.T.* Burn intensity drives the alternation of phenolic lignin to (poly)aromatic hydrocarbons as revealed by pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (Py-GC-MS). Environmental Science & Technology, 2022, 56 (17), 12678–12687.
  7. Mo, X.H., Wang, M.K., Wang, Y.H., Zhang, P., Zhang, A., Kong, D.L., Zeng, H., Wang, J.J.* High content and distinct spectroscopic characteristics of water-extractable organic matter in rhizosheath soils in a semiarid grassland. Rhizosphere, 2022, 23, 100553.
  8. Li, Y.D., Li, Z.J., Wang, J.J., Zeng, H.* Analyses of driving factors on the spatial variations in regional eco-environmental quality using two types of species distribution models: a case study of Minjiang River Basin, China. Ecological Indicators, 2022, 139, 108980.
  9. Qi, Y.L., Xie, Q.R., Wang, J.J., He, D., Bao, H.Y., Fu, Q.L., Su, S.H., Sheng, M., Li, S.L., Volmer, D.A., Wu, F.C., Jiang, G.B., Liu, C.Q., Fu, P.Q.* Deciphering dissolved organic matter by Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry: From bulk to fractions and individuals. Carbon Research, 2022, 1, 3.
  10. Sun, G.D.#, Cao, C.#, Li, H.S., Wang, M.K., Wang, Y.H., Deng, G.S., Wang, J.J.* Organic matter biomarker and 13C NMR characteristics of soil and sediment standard reference materials from China. Science of the Total Environment, 2022, 836, 155661.
  11. Mo, X.H.#, Wang, M.K.#, Wang, Y.H., Chen, X.W., Zhang, A., Zeng, H., Zheng, Y., Kong, D.L.*, Wang, J.J.* Molecular-level characteristics of soil organic carbon in rhizosheaths from a semiarid grassland of North China. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2022, 170, 108682.
  12. Liu, Y.M., Xu, N.Y., Li, Z.J., Wang, J.J., Zeng, H.* Differential impact of constructed land expansion on ecosystem health: A case study in the coastal region of the East China Sea. Ecological Engineering. 2022, 180, 106665.
  13. Tong, G.H., Yang, X.L., Li, Y., Jin, M., Yu, X.B.*, Huang, Y., Zheng, R.Y., Wang, J.J., Chen, H. Impacts of haze on the photobleaching of chromophoric dissolved organic matter in surface water. Environmental Research, 2022, 212, 113305.
  14. Xu, S., Eisenhauer, N., Pellegrini, A.F.A., Wang, J.J., Giacomo, C., Guerra, C.A., Lai, D.Y.F.* Fire frequency and type regulate the response of soil carbon cycling and storage to fire across soil depths and ecosystems: a meta-analysis. Science of the Total Environment, 2022, 825, 153921.
  15. Du, P.H., Wang, J.J., Sun, G.D., Chen, L., Liu, W.* Hydrogen atom abstraction mechanism for organic compound oxidation by acetylperoxyl radical in Co(II)/peracetic acid activation system. Water Research, 2022, 212, 118113.
  16. Wu, D.M., Li, M., Du, L., Ren, D.*, Wang, J.J. Straw return in paddy field alters photodegradation of organic contaminants by changing the quantity rather than the quality of water-soluble soil organic matter. Science of the Total Environment, 2022, 821, 153371.
  17. Wang, Y.H., Zhang, P., He, C., Yu, J.C., Shi, Q., Dahlgren, R.A., Spencer, R.G.M., Yang, Z.B., Wang, J.J.* Molecular signatures of soil-derived dissolved organic matter constrained by mineral weathering. Fundamental Research, 2022, accepted. (Invited contribution)
  18. Du, P.H., Liu, W., Rao, Z., Wang, J.J.* Accelerated oxidation of organic micropollutants during peracetic acid treatment in the presence of bromide ion. ACS ES&T Water, 2022, 2, 320-328.
  19. Chen, X.W., Coo, J.L., So, P.S., Wang, J.J., Ng, C.W.W.*, Wong, M.H.* An experimental setup to prepare root-free mycorrhizal soil specimen for hydraulic conductivity measurement. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 2022, 22, 1278–1285.
  20. Li, L.P., Liu, Y.H., Ren, D., Wang, J.J.* Characteristics and chlorine reactivity of biochar-derived dissolved organic matter: Effects of feedstock types and pyrolysis temperatures. Water Research, 2022, 211, 118044.
  21. Cao, C., Yang, Y., Kwan, M.P., Ma, Z.B., Karthikeyan, R., Wang, J.J.*, Chen, H.* Crop selection reduces potential heavy metal(loid)s health risk in wastewater contaminated agricultural soils. Science of the Total Environment, 2022, 152502.
  22. Yang, B.W., Shi, Y.M., Xu, S., Wang, Y.H., Kong, S.F., Cai, Z.W.*, Wang, J.J.* Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon occurrences in forest soils in response to fires: a summary across sites. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, 2022, 24, 32-41. [Invited contribution and selected as Journal Front Cover]
  23. Li, H., Gao, M.Y., Mo, C.H., Wong, M.H., Chen, X.W.*, Wang, J.J.* Potentials of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in mitigating arsenic and cadmium accumulation in rice. Journal of Experimental Botany, 2022, 73(1), 50–67.
  24. 曹春,任丹,吕贞英,张鹏,李锦超,陈勋文,王俊坚*[Cao, C., Ren, D., Lv, Z.Y., Zhang, P., Li, J.C., Chen, X.W., Wang, J.J.*]. 温室与大田种植方式对胡萝卜生长过程中重金属吸收的影响[Effects of greenhouse and open-field cultivation on heavy metal uptake during carrot growth]. 环境科学[Environmental Science], 2021, 43(2), 1004–1014. [in Chinese]


  1. Wang, M.K., Zhang, Z.T., Wang, Y.H., Mo, X.H., Zhang, Q., Zhang, P., Yin, G.G., Li, L.P., Wang, S.H., Mo, J.M., Zhang, W.*, Wang, J.J.* Characteristics of dissolved organic matter and dissolved lignin phenols in tropical forest soil solutions during rainy seasons and their responses to nitrogen deposition. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 2021, 5 (11), 3150–3158.
  2. Wang, Y.H.#, Zhang, Q.#, Majidzadeh, H., He, C., Shi, Q., Kong, S.F., Yang, Z.B., Wang, J.J.* Depletion of soil water-extractable organic matter with long-term coverage of impervious surfaces. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 2021, 9, 714311. [Invited contribution]
  3. Xu, Y., Feng, L.*, Hou, X.J., Wang, J.J., Tang, J. Four-decade dynamics of the water color in 61 large lakes on the Yangtze Plain and the impacts of reclaimed aquaculture zones. Science of the Total Environment, 2021, 781, 146688.
  4. Wang D.*,#, Wang J.J.#, Olatunji O.A., Liu Q.* Different decomposition metrics of root xylem and root tissues outside xylem: An 8-year-long root decomposition study in an alpine shrubland. Plant and Soil, 2021, 463, 415–425.
  5. Dong C.C., Shi Y., Wang J.J., Zeng H., Wang W.* Divergent responses of the soil bacteria community to multi-level nitrogen enrichment in temperate grasslands under different degrees of degradation. Land Degradation & Development, 2021, 32(13), 3524–3535.
  6. Cao, C., Zhang, P., Ma, Z.P., Ma, Z.B., Wang, J.J., Tang, Y.Y., Chen, H.* Coupling sprinkler freshwater irrigation with vegetable species selection as a sustainable approach for agricultural production in farmlands with a history of 50-year wastewater irrigation. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2021, 414, 125576.
  7. Zhang, P.#, Cao, C.#, Wang, Y.H., Yu, K., Liu, C.X., He, C., Shi, Q. Wang, J.J.* Chemodiversity of water-extractable organic matter in sediment columns of a polluted urban river in South China. Science of the Total Environment, 2021, 777, 146127.
  8. Xu, S., Sayer, E.J., Eisenhauer, N., Lu, X.K., Wang, J.J., Liu, C.S.* Aboveground litter inputs determine carbon storage across soil profiles: a meta-analysis. Plant and Soil, 2021, 462, 429–444.
  9. Kong, D.L.*, Wang, J.J.*, Valverde-Barrantes, O.J., Kardol, P. A framework to assess the carbon supply-consumption balance in plant roots. New Phytologist, 2021, 229: 659–664.
  10. Ren, Z.G., Zhang, H.Y., Wang, Y.W., Zou, J.W., Ren, D.*, Wang, J.J.*, Multiple roles of dissolved organic matter released from decomposing rice straw at different times in organic pollutant photodegradation. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2021, 401, 123434.
  11. Chen, X.W., Wong, J.T.F., Wang, J.J., Ng, C.W.W.*, Wong, M.H.* Effects of mycorrhizal Bermuda grass on low range soil matric suction. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 2021, 21, 990-1000.
  12. Gao, Q.Q., Ma, L.X., Zhang, A.P., Li, G.C., Wang, J.J., Wu, D., Wu, W.L., Du, Z.L.* Conservation tillage for 17 years alters the molecular composition of organic matter in soil profile. Science of the Total Environment, 2021, 762, 143116.
  13. Chen, X.W., Wong, J.T.F., Wang, J.J.*, Wong, M.H.*, Vetiver grass-microbe interactions for soil remediation. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, 2021, 51, 897-938.


  1. Wang, Y.H., Shi, Y.M., Sun, G.D., Li, J.T., Chen, H., Chow, A.T., Yang, Z.B., Majidzadeh, H.*, Wang, J.J.* Soil organic carbon signature under impervious surfaces. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 2020, 4, 1785−1792.
  2. Li, L.P., Huang, W.L., Yang, M.T., Liu, Y., Bowden, R.D., Simpson, M.J., Lajtha, K., Tian, L.Q., Wang, J.J.* Chlorination of soil-derived dissolved organic matter: Long-term nitrogen deposition does not increase terrestrial precursors of toxic disinfection byproducts. Water Research, 2020, 185, 116271.
  3. Cai, W., Du, Z.L., Zhang, A.P., He, C., Shi, Q., Tian, L.Q., Zhang, P., Li, L.P.*, Wang, J.J.* Long-term biochar addition alters characteristics but not chlorine reactivity of soil-derived dissolved organic matter. Water Research, 2020, 185, 116260.
  4. Hou, X.J., Feng, L.*, Tang, J., Song, X.P., Liu, J.G., Zhang, Y.L., Wang, J.J., Xu, Y., Dai, Y.H., Zheng, Y., Zheng, C.M., Bryan, B.A. Anthropogenic transformation of Yangtze Plain freshwater lakes: patterns, drivers and impacts. Remote Sensing of the Environment, 2020, 248, 111998.
  5. Ye, Q., Wang, Y.H., Zhang, Z.T., Huang, W.L., Li, L.P., Li, J.T., Liu, J.S., Zheng, Y., Mo, J.M., Zhang, W.*, Wang, J.J.*, Dissolved organic matter characteristics in soils of tropical legume and non-legume tree plantations. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2020, 107880.
  6. Lu, H., Yan, M., Wong, M.H., Mo, W.Y., Wang, Y.H., Chen, X.W.*, Wang, J.J.*, Effects of biochar on soil microbial community and functional genes of a landfill cover three years after ecological restoration. Science of the Total Environment, 2020, 717, 137133.
  7. Zhang, S., Chen, X.W., Ye, Q.H., Zhang, Z.T., Kong, S.F., Cao, C.*, Wang, J.J.*, Dissolved metal(loid) concentrations and their relations with chromophoric and fluorescent dissolved organic matter in an urban river in Shenzhen, South China. Water, 2020, 12, 281.
  8. Wang, J.J., Liu, Y.N., Bowden, R.D., Lajtha, K., Simpson, A.J., Huang, W.L., Simpson, M.J.*, Long-term nitrogen addition alters the composition of soil-derived dissolved organic matter. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 2020, 4(2), 189-201.
  9. Liu, Y.C.#, Ye, Q.#, Huang, W.L., Feng, L., Wang, Y.H., Xie, Z., Yong, S.S., Zhang, S., Jiang, B., Zheng, Y., Wang, J.J.*, Spectroscopic and molecular-level characteristics of dissolved organic matter in the Pearl River Estuary, South China. Science of the Total Environment, 2020, 710, 136307.
  10. 曹春,张松*,张鹏,刘雨晨,陈勋文,王俊坚 [Cao, C., Zhang, S.*, Zhang, P., Liu, Y.C., Chen, X.W., Wang, J.J.]. 大宝山污灌区土壤-蔬菜系统重金属污染现状及其风险评价[Heavy metal contamination in soil-vegetable system and its health risks in area irrigated with acid mine drainage in Dabaoshan, Guangdong, China]. 农业环境科学学报[Journal of Agro-Environment Science], 2020, 7, 1521-1531. [in Chinese]


  1. Ye, Q.H., Zhang, Z.T., Liu, Y.C., Wang, Y., Zhang, S., He, C., Shi, Q., Zeng, H.X., Wang, J.J.* Spectroscopic and molecular-level characteristics of dissolved organic matter in a highly polluted urban river in South China. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 2019, 3(9), 2033-2044.
  2. Wang, J.J., Liu, Z.R., Wan, S.Q., Han, H.Y., Zhu, W.Z., Zhang, Z.T., Huang, W.L, Zeng, H.* Relatively stable metal(loid) levels in surface soils of a temperate steppe under multiple climate change factors. Geoderma, 2019, 352, 268-276.
  3. Chen, H., Tsai, K.P., Su, Q., Chow, A.T., Wang, J.J.* Throughfall dissolved organic matter as terrestrial disinfection byproduct precursors. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 2019, 3(8), 1603-1613. [Selected as Cover]
  4. Kong, D.L.*,#, Wang, J.J.*,#(equal contribution), Wu, H.F.#, Valverde-Barrantes, O.J.#, Wang, R.L., Zeng, H., Kardol, P., Zhang, H.Y. and Feng, Y.L.* Nonlinearity of root trait relationships and the root economics spectrum. Nature Communications, 2019, 10, 2203. [ESI hot paper; ESI highly cited paper]
  5. Bowden, R.D.*, Wurzbacher, S.J., Washko, S.E., Wind, L., Rice, A., Coble, A.E., Baldauf, N., Johnson, B., Wang, J.J., Simpson, M.J., Lajtha, K. Long-term nitrogen addition decreases organic matter decomposition and increases forest soil carbon. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 2019, 81(s1), S82-S95. [Selected as Cover of CSA News]
  6. Wang, J.J., Bowden, R.D., Lajtha, K., Washko, S.E., Wurzbacher, S.J., Simpson, M.J.* Long-term nitrogen addition suppresses microbial degradation, enhances soil carbon storage, and alters the molecular composition of soil organic matter. Biogeochemistry, 2019, 142 (2), 299–313.


  1. Chen, H., Chow, A.T., Li, X.W., Ni, H.G., Dahlgren, R.A., Zeng, H.*, Wang, J.J.* Wildfire burn intensity affects the quantity and speciation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soils. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 2018, 2 (12), 1262–1270. [Selected as Cover]
  2. Li, J.T., Wang, J.J., Zeng, D.H., Zhao, S.Y., Huang, W.L., Sun, X.K., Hu, Y.L.* The influence of drought intensity on soil respiration during and after multiple drying-rewetting cycles. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2018, 127, 82-89.
  3. Kong, D.L.*#, Wang, J.J.#(equal contribution), Yang, F., Shao, P.S., Rhizosheaths stimulate short-term root decomposition in a semiarid grassland. Science of the Total Environment, 2018, 640-641, 1297–1301.
  4. Cao, C., Zhang, Q., Ma, Z. B., Wang, X. M., Chen, H.*, Wang, J.J.*, Fractionation and mobility risks of heavy metals and metalloids in wastewater-irrigated agricultural soils from greenhouses and fields in Gansu, China. Geoderma, 2018, 328:1-9.
  5. Wang, J.J., Lafrenière, M., Lamoureux, S., Simpson, A.J., Gélinas, Y., Simpson, M.J.*, Differences in riverine and pond water dissolved organic matter composition and sources in Canadian High Arctic watersheds affected by active layer detachments. Environmental Science & Technology, 2018, 52 (3), 1062-1071.
  6. Cao C., Liu S.Q., Ma Z.B., Lin Y., Su Q., Chen H.*, Wang, J.J.*, Dynamics of multiple elements in fast decomposing vegetable residues. Science of the Total Environment, 2018, 616-617:614-621.


  1. Wang J.J., Pisani O., Lin, L.H., Lun O.O.Y., Lajtha K., Bowden R.D., Simpson A.J. and Simpson, M.J.*, Long-term litter manipulation alters soil organic matter turnover in a temperate deciduous forest. Science of the Total Environment, 2017, 607–608:865-875.
  2. Zhang D., Wang J.J., Ni H.G., Zeng H.*, Spatial-temporal and multi-media variations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in a highly urbanized river system in Shenzhen, South China. Science of the Total Environment, 2017, 581-582:621–628.
  3. Kong D.L.*, Wang J.J., Zeng H., Liu M.Z., Miao Y., Wu H.F., Kardol P., The nutrient absorption-transportation hypothesis: optimizing structural traits in absorptive roots. New Phytologist, 2017, 213:1569-1572.
  4. 朱文舟, 王俊坚, 曾辉*[Zhu, W.Z., Wang, J.J., Zeng, H.*]. 森林火灾对土壤及水体重金属浓度水平的潜在影响研究进展[Potential impact of forest fire on soil and water heavy metal concentrations: A review]. 生态学杂志[Chinese Journal of Ecology], 2017, 36 (9), 2641-2649. [in Chinese]


  1. Chow A.T.*, Pitt A.L., Baldwin R.F., Suhre D.O., Wang J.J., Water quality dynamics of ephemeral wetlands in the Piedmont ecoregion, South Carolina, USA. Ecological Engineering, 2016, 94, 555-563.
  2. Cao C., Chen X.P., Ma Z.B., Jia H.H., Wang J.J.*, Greenhouse cultivation mitigates metal-ingestion-associated health risks from vegetables in wastewater-irrigated agroecosystems. Science of the Total Environment, 2016, 560, 204-211.
  3. Wang J.J., Dahlgren R.A., Ersan M.S., Karanfil T., Chow A.T.*, Temporal variations of disinfection byproduct precursors in wildfire detritus. Water Research, 2016, 99, 66-73.
  4. Zhang D., Wang J.J., Zeng H.*, Soil polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons across urban density zones in Shenzhen, China: occurrences, source apportionments, and spatial risk assessment. Pedosphere, 2016, 26 (5): 676-686.
  5. Wang J.J., Jiao Y., Rhew R.C., Chow A.T.*, Haloform formation in coastal wetlands along a salinity gradient at South Carolina, United States. Environmental Chemistry, 2016, 13 (4) 745-756. [Invited contribution]
  6. Kong D.L.*, Wang J.J., Kardol P., Wu H.F., Zeng H., Deng X.B., Deng Y., Economic strategies of plant absorptive roots vary with root diameter. Biogeosciences, 2016, 13, 415-424.
  7. 刘泽睿, 王俊坚, 万师强, 曾辉*[Liu, Z., Wang, J.J., Wan, S.Q., Zeng, H.*]. 氮素输入与降水增加对温带草原土壤金属元素库存的影响[Effects of nitrogen addition and increased precipitation on metal pools in temperate steppe, northern China]. 生态学杂志[Chinese Journal of Ecology], 2016, 35 (5): 1125-1131. [in Chinese]


  1. Wang J.J., Dahlgren R.A., Chow A.T.*, Controlled burning of forest detritus altering spectroscopic characteristics and chlorine reactivity of water extractable organic matter: Effects of temperature and oxygen availability. Environmental Science & Technology, 2015, 49 (24):14019–14027.
  2. Wang J.J., Dahlgren R.A., Ersan M.S., Karanfil T., Chow A.T.*, Wildfire altering terrestrial precursors of disinfection byproducts in forest detritus. Environmental Science & Technology, 2015, 49, 5921-5929.
  3. Wang J.J.*, Tharayil N., Chow A.T., Suseela V., Zeng H., Phenolic profile of fine roots highlights a disconnect in root tissue quality predicted by elemental- and molecular-level carbon composition. New Phytologist, 2015, 206:1261-1273. (New Phytologist Editors' Choice; see commentary by the Editor Richard Norby)
  4. Yu X.B., Hawley-Howard J., Pitt, A.L., Wang J.J., Baldwin R.F., Chow A.T.*, Water quality of small seasonal wetlands in the Piedmont Ecoregion, South Carolina, USA: Effects of land use and hydrological connectivity. Water Research, 2015, 73:98-108.
  5. Dai J.N., Wang J.J.*, Chow A.T. Conner W.H., Electrical energy production from foliar detritus in forested wetland using microbial fuel cell. Global Change Biology - Bioenergy, 2015, 7 (2): 244–252.

Before 2014:

  1. Wang J.J., Chow A.T.*, Sweeney J., Mazet J., Trihalomethanes in marine mammal aquaria: Occurrence, source and health risks. Water Research, 2014, 59:219-228.
  2. Wang J.J., Liu X., Ng T.W., Xiao J.W., Chow A.T.*, Wong P.K.*, Disinfection byproducts formation from chlorination of pure bacterial cells and pipeline biofilms. Water Research, 2013, 47 (8):2701-2709.
  3. Zhou J., Wang J.J., Baudon A., Chow A.T.*, Improved fluorescence excitation-emission matrix regional integration to quantify spectra for fluorescent dissolved organic matter. Journal of Environmental Quality, 2013, 42 (3):925-930.
  4. Guo Y.Y.#, Wang J.J.# (equal contribution), Kong D.L, Guo D.L., Wang Y.B., Xie Q.L., Liu Y.S.*, Zeng H.*, Fine root branch orders contribute differentially to uptake, allocation and return of potentially toxic metals. Environmental Science & Technology, 2013, 47 (20), 11465-11472.
  5. Chow A.T.*, Dai J.N., Conner, W.H., HitchcockR., Wang J.J., Dissolved organic matter and nutrient dynamics of a coastal freshwater forested wetland in Winyah Bay, South Carolina. Biogeochemistry, 2013, 112 (1):571-587.
  6. Wang J., Ng T.W., Zhang Q., Yang X.B., Dahlgren R.A., Chow A.T.*, Wong P.K.*, Reactivity of C1 and C2 organohalogens formation – from plant litter to bacteria. Biogeosciences, 2012, 9 (10): 3721-3727.
  7. Wang J.J., Guo Y.Y., Guo D.L., Yin S.L., Kong D.L., Liu Y.S.*, Zeng H.*, Fine root mercury heterogeneity: metabolism of lower-order roots as an effective route for mercury removal. Environmental Science & Technology, 2012, 46 (2):769-777.
  8. Wang J.J., Zhao H.W., Zhong X.P., Kong S.F., Liu Y.S.*, Zeng H.*, Investigation of mercury levels in soil around a municipal solid waste incinerator in Shenzhen, China. Environmental Earth Sciences, 2011, 64 (4):1001-1010.
  9. 王俊坚, 赵宏伟, 钟秀萍, 刘阳生, 曾辉*[Wang, J.J., Zhao, H.W., Zhong, X.P., Liu, Y.S., Zeng, H.*]. 垃圾焚烧厂周边土壤重金属浓度水平及空间分布[concentration levels and spatial distribution of heavy metals in soil surrounding a municipal solid waste incineration plant (Shenzhen)]. 环境科学[Environmental Science], 2011 (1): 276-282. [in Chinese]
  10. 贾慧慧, 王俊坚, 高梅, 魏建兵, 曾辉*[Jia, H.H., Wang, J.J., Gao, M., Wei, J.B., Zeng, H.*]. 湿地水环境质量时空分异的影响因子[Factors affecting the spatiotemporal differentiation of wetland water environmental quality]. 生态学杂志[Chinese Journal of Ecology], 2011, 30 (7): 1551-1557. [in Chinese]
  11. 李英汉, 王俊坚, 陈雪, 孙建林, 曾辉*[Li, Y.H., Wang, J.J., Chen, X., Sun, J.L., Zeng, H*]. 深圳市居住区绿地植物冠层格局对微气候的影响[Effects of green space vegetation canopy pattern on the microclimate in residential quarters of Shenzhen City]. 应用生态学报[Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology], 2011, 22 (02):343-349. [in Chinese]
  12. 李英汉, 王俊坚, 李贵才, 曾辉*[Li, Y.H., Wang, J.J., Li, G.C., Zeng, H.*]. 居住区植物绿量与其气温调控效应的关系[Effects of green space vegetation canopy pattern on the microclimate in residential quarters of Shenzhen City]. 生态学报[Acta Ecologica Sinica], 2011, 31 (3):830-838. [in Chinese]
  13. 王俊坚*, 曾辉, 刘阳生[Wang, J.J.*, Zeng, H., Liu, Y.S.]. 甲烷液相制甲醇技术及机制研究进展[Recent advances in technologies and mechanism of catalytic oxidation of methane to methanol in liquid phase]. 环境工程[Environmental Engineering], 2010 (S28): 351-355. [in Chinese]
  14. 钟秀萍, 王俊坚, 赵宏伟, 刘阳生, 曾辉*[Zhong, X.P., Wang, J.J., Zhao, H.W., Liu, Y.S., Zeng, H.*]. 垃圾焚烧厂周围优势植物的重金属污染特征研究——以深圳市清水河垃圾焚烧厂为例[Investigation of heavy metals pollution in predominant plants around a municipal solid waste incineration plant: A case study in Shenzhen Qingshuihe MSWI Plant]. 北京大学学报 (自然科学版)[Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Pekinensis], 2010, 46 (4):674-680. [in Chinese]
  15. 赵宏伟, 钟秀萍, 刘阳生, 王俊坚, 洪渊, 招康赛, 曾辉*[Zhao, H.W., Zhong, X.P., Liu, Y.S., Wang, J.J., Hong, Y., Zhao, K.S., Zeng, H.*]. 深圳市清水河垃圾焚烧厂周围地区优势植物的汞污染研究[Mercury pollution investigation in predominant plants surrounding Shenzhen Qingshuihe Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Plant]. 环境科学[Environmental Science], 2009, 30 (9): 2786-2791. [in Chinese]

Book Chapters

  1. Majidzadeh H.#, Wang J.J.# (equal contribution), Chow A.T.*, Prescribed fire altered dissolved organic matter and disinfection by-product precursors in forested watersheds - Part I. A controlled laboratory study. Book chapter in “Recent Advances in Disinfection By-Products”, 2015, pp 271-292. American Chemical Society:
  2. Wang J.J., What is the nutrient pool in the soil? Book chapter in “One Hundred Thousand High-Tech Whys”, 2020, pp 177-181. Guangdong Science & Technology Press: Guangdong, Guangzhou.

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