• 21452 Citations
  • 73 h-Index
1977 …2019
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Chinese Name : 黃銘洪

Variants : Wong, M. H.

Professor Wong Ming Hung was Emeritus Professor at the Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU). He had been appointed as Chair Professor of Biology from 1990 until August 2013 and had served as Head of Department of Biology of HKBU from 1986 to 2004. 

Professor Wong is an outstanding academic and leader in Environmental Science and ecology as evidenced by his prodigious output of scientific publications. He has published over 540 refereed research articles (SCI), 32 book chapters, edited 25 books/journal issues and filed 4 patents. He is currently the most cited Chinese scientist in the world under Environmental Science (ISI Web of Knowledge). His major research areas include environment and human health, and remediation of contaminated sites. At present, he is Editor-in-chief of Environmental Geochemistry and Health (Springer) and Book Series Editor (Urbanization, Industrialization and the Environment) of CRC Press. His reputation has been widely recognised internationally and capped by receiving two DSc Degrees awarded by the University of Durham, UK and the University of Strathclyde, UK in 1992 and 2004 respectively.

Research interests

  • Environmental and Health Risk Assessments
  • Phytoremediation of Contaminated Sites
  • Bioconversion of Waste

Professional information

Scopus ID : 24455923000

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Research Outputs 1977 2019

  • 21452 Citations
  • 73 h-Index
  • 524 Article
  • 3 Chapter
  • 2 Paper
2 Citations

Air pollution and inhalation exposure to particulate matter of different sizes in rural households using improved stoves in central China

LIU, W., SHEN, G., CHEN, Y., SHEN, H., HUANG, Y., LI, T., WANG, Y., FU, X., TAO, S., LIU, W., HUANG-FU, Y., ZHANG, W., XUE, C., LIU, G., WU, F. & WONG, M. H., 2018, In : Journal of Environmental Sciences. 63, p. 87-95

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Stoves
Particulate Matter
Air pollution
particulate matter
atmospheric pollution

Applying β-cyclodextrin to amaranth inoculated with white-rot fungus for more efficient remediation of soil co-contaminated with Cd and BDE-209

LI, X., CHEN, A. Y., WU, Y., WU, L., XIANG, L., ZHAO, H. M., CAI, Q. Y., LI, Y. W., MO, C. H., WONG, M. H. & LI, H., 2018, In : Science of the Total Environment. 634, p. 417-426

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

decabromobiphenyl ether
Cyclodextrins
Fungi
Remediation
remediation

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community in the topsoil of a subtropical landfill restored after 18 years

CHEN, X. W., WONG, J. T. F., CHEN, Z. T., LEUNG, A. O. W., NG, C. W. W. & WONG, M. H., Nov 2018, In : Journal of Environmental Management. 225, p. 17-24

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Land fill
topsoil
landfill
Restoration
Soils

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and the associated bacterial community influence the uptake of cadmium in rice

CHEN, X. W., WU, L., LUO, N., MO, C. H., WONG, M. H. & LI, H., Oct 2018, In : Geoderma. 337, p. 749-757

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

bacterial communities
mycorrhizal fungi
cadmium
rice
fungus

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi increase the proportion of cellulose and hemicellulose in the root stele of vetiver grass

CHEN, X. W., KANG, Y., SO, P. S., NG, W. W. C. & WONG, M. H., 2018, In : Plant and Soil. 425, 1-2, p. 309-319

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Chrysopogon zizanioides
stele
hemicellulose
mycorrhizal fungi
cellulose