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DONG Yuanhua
Head of the Department of Soil Biology & Biochemistry
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No.71 East Beijing Road, Nanjing, China

Yuanhua Dong Graduated and awarded a Bachelor Degree of agriculture from Huazhong agricultural University in 1985, awarded a Master Degree and Doctor Degree of science in Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, in 1988 and 1993 respectively. He has been working in the Institute of Soil Science since 1988, focusing on the soil ecology and pollution ecology. He had researched on the effect of the Three Gorges Project on soil swamping from 1988 to 2000, and studied on the bio-indication of environmental quality in the Tai lake area since 1999, concentrating on the accumulation of heavy metals, PAHs and PCBs in the food chains of the wetland ecosystems, and the effects of soil pollution on health of vegetables and soil ecosystems. He has highlighted on the pollution level, environmental behaviors and ecological risks of heavy metals and veterinary medicines in manures and soils recent years. Moreover, he has worked on the techniques of manure management and fertilizer application, establishing a green technique of fertilizer application which could decrease significantly application rate of fertilizers and pesticides, and suppress effectively soil-borne diseases and soil degradation.
Soil Ecology/Pollution Ecology
1)Thermodynamics and kinetics of norfloxacin adsorption in typical soils of China,Acta Pedologica Sinica,2008;2)Influence of strength and species of cation on adsorption of Norfloxacin in typical soils of China, Environ. Sci.,2007;3)Salinity contents and distribution of dry animal manures in intensified-farms in Jiangsu province,Transactions of the CSAE,2007;4)Residues of tetracyclines in animal manure from intensive farm in Jiangsu province, J. Agro-Environ Sci.,2008;5)Residues of organochlorinated pesticides in eggs of water birds from Tai Lake in China,Environ. Geochem. Health,2004;6)Effect of low-molecular-weight organic acids on the adsorption of norfloxacin in typical variable charge soils of China,Journal of Hazardous Materials,2008;7)Evolution of soil chemical properties in the past 50 years in the Tai Lake Region, China,Soil & Tillage Research,2008
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National Sci & Tech Supporting Programme: Techniques for production of pollution-free organic fertilizers(2006BAD10B05);Knowledge Innovation Project of Chinese Academy of Sciences: Standardized management for production and application of organic fertilizers in China (KSCX2-YW-N-51-02);Natural Science Foundation of China :Adsorption mechanisms of Norfloxaxin on soils (40671093)