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Hao Zhang supervises 8 postgraduate research students. Some of the students have produced research profiles, these are listed below:

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Professor Hao Zhang

Professor

Hao Zhang

LEC Building

Lancaster University

Bailrigg

Lancaster LA1 4YQ

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 1524 593899

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Research Interests

Soils

  • Investigating the influences of soil dynamic processes and chemical speciation on metal uptake by plants.
  • Using a more mechanistically based soil nutrient assessment system to improve the prediction of plant nutrient requirements. (collaboration with CSIRO)
  • Developing and applying dynamic models to understand DGT-soil and plant-soil interactions.
  • Investigating the effect of mixtures of potentially toxic metals on earthworms using both experimental and modeling approaches. (collaboration with CEH)
  • New methods for integrated risk assessment of cumulative stressors by using DGT in pseudo-steady state and depletion modes.

Sediments

  • Understanding the micro-heterogeneity of trace elements in sediments through 2D high resolution measurements using DGT and DET techniques
  • Developing and applying a 3D transport, reaction and dynamic model to understand the biogeochemical processes of trace metals in sediments.

Waters

  • Investigating the importance of the speciation and dissociation kinetics of trace metals in natural waters using novel in situ measurements.
  • Event-triggered passive sampling for environmental regulatory monitoring of metals, nutrients and radionuclides.
  • www.es.lancs.ac.uk/wdgroup/members/zhang.htm

Current Teaching

2nd Year Undergraduate Modules:

1) Aquatic Biogeochemistry

2) Soil Science

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