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Independent experts nominated by country party

Min-Jian Wang

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Other Disciplines
Physical Science
Job function
Ass. Prof., Dr. of Water Poll. Control Division
Research Center for Eco-Env. Sciences
Telephone number
86 10 62925511 ext. 2141
Work experience
Projects involved as the project leader:_x000D_
1. "Biodegradability of chlorobenzenes", Open funding of the State Key Laboratory of Environmental Simulation and Pollution Control, 1995-1997._x000D_
2. "Organic pollutants in sewage sludges", Funding for various projects from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Personnel Ministry and the State Education Commission, 1995-1997._x000D_
3. "Sewage sludge Composting and combined fertilizers", State Key Project of China, 1996-1999._x000D_
4. "Transformation and transportation of organic pollutants in soil", National Natural Science Foundation of China, 1997-1999._x000D_
5. "Simulation system for the behaviour of orgnic pollutant sin sol", Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1997-1998._x000D_
6. "Food pollution and tis control in Beijing", State key project of China, 1997-1999._x000D_
7. "Water-saving and the balance between water resources and water demand", Key project of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1997-2000._x000D_
Projects involved as a participant:_x000D_
1. "Investigation of organ
Highest Academic achievement and qualification
Ph.D. Environmental Chemistry, Lancaster University, Apr. 1990 - Sept. 1993._x000D_
M.Sc. Physical Chemistry, Northeast Normal University, Sept. 1984 - Dec. 1987._x000D_
B.Sc. Chemistry, Northeast Normal University, March 1978 - Jan. 1982.
Number of Publications
Publication titles
1. Wang, M.J.; Jones, K.C. 1994, Uptake of chlorobenzenes by carrots from spiked and sewage sludge amended soil; Environ. Sci. Technol.; 28, 1260-1267._x000D_
2. Wang, M.J.; Jones, K.C. 1994. The behaviour and fate of chlorobenzenes in spiked and sewage sludge amended soil. Environ. Sci. Technol. 28, 1843-1852._x000D_
3. Wang, M.J.; McGrath, S.P.; Jones, K.C. 1995. Chlrobenzenes in field soil with a history of multiple sewage sludge applications; Environ. Sci. Technol. 29, 356-362._x000D_
4. Wang, M.J.; Bokern, M.; Böhme, C.; Jones, K.C.; Harms, H. 1996. Phytotoxicity, uptake and metabolism of 1,4-dichlorobenzene by plant cells; Environ. Toxic. Chem.; 15, 1109-1114._x000D_
5. Wang, M.J. 1997, Land application of sewage sludge in China; Sci. Total, Environ., 197, 149-161.
Other activities
1. Professor in the Graduate College of the University of Science and Technology of China._x000D_
2. Professor in the College of Urban and Environmental Sciences of Northeast Normal University._x000D_
3. Expert Associate of the Working Group on Cleaner Production, the China Council of International Cooperation on the Environment and Development._x000D_
4. Member of the International Association on Water Quality._x000D_
5. Member of the Chinese Chemical Society._x000D_
6. Member of the Chinese Society of Environmental Sciences.
1. Award for Progress in Science and Technology, Jilin Provincial Government, 1984._x000D_
2. Award for Progress in Science and Technology, National Environmental Protection Agency, 1985._x000D_
3. Award for Progress in Science and Technology, Jilin Provincial Gov
Organisation name
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Organisation street address
PO Box 2871, 100085
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