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    Professor Paul Lam Kwan-sing


    ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

    Doctor of Philosophy 1988 University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
    Master of Philosophy 1984 University of Hong Kong
    Bachelor of Science 1982 University of Hong Kong


    AWARDS RECEIVED

    Occurrence, Bioaccumulation, and Toxicities of Emerging Chemicals of Concern in Environmental Matrices, Second Class Natural Science Award, Ministry of Education, People's Republic of China 2019 (as Principal Investigator)    
    Environmental process mechanism and quantitative structure-activity relationship study on emerging pollutants, Second Class Natural Science Award, Ministry of Education, People's Republic of China 2012 (as Co-Investigator)    
    Geochemistry and risk assessment of perfluorinated compounds in the Chinese southeastern coastal region, Second Class Natural Science Award, Ministry of Education, People's Republic of China 2011 (as Principal Investigator)    
    Distinguished Alumni Award 2019, Faculty of Science, University of Hong Kong    
    Award, Silver Bauhinia Star, Hong Kong SAR Government (2014)    
    Member, HKSAR Justices of the Peace (non-gov), Hong Kong SAR Government (2008)    
    Visiting Fellow, National Research Centre for Environmental Toxicology, Australia (1998)    
    Jackson Memorial Fellow, Griffith University, Australia (1998)    
    Croucher Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship tenable at King's College, London (1987-1989)    
    Commonwealth Scholarship tenable at the University of Sheffield (1984-1987)    
    'Highly Commended Talk' award for a paper delivered to the British Ecological Society in 1984    
    Swire Scholarship, the University of Hong Kong (1983-1984)    
    Postgraduate Studentship, the University of Hong Kong (1982-1984)    


    PREVIOUS POSITIONS

    City University of Hong Kong:
    2020-2021   Executive Director of Special Projects, Vice-President Level (Concurrent appointment)
    2020-2021   Jeanie Hu Professor of Science
    2005-2021   Chair Professor, Department of Chemistry,
    2013-2019   Chief-of-Staff (Vice-President) (Concurrent appointment)
    2010-2020   Director, State Key Laboratory of Marine Pollution (Concurrent appointment)
    2009-2013   Vice-President (Student Affairs) (Concurrent appointment)
    2007-2008   Acting Vice-President (Undergraduate Education) (Concurrent appointment)
    2004-2007   Associate Dean, Faculty of Science and Engineering (Concurrent appointment)
    2006-2007   Acting Head of Department, Department of Biology and Chemistry (Concurrent appointment)
    2001-2005   Professor (Reader), Department of Biology and Chemistry
    1996-2001   Associate Professor (Scale A), Department of Biology and Chemistry
    1994-1996   Associate Professor (Scale B), Department of Biology and Chemistry

    Victoria University of Technology, Australia:
    1992-1994   Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management

    Chinese University of Hong Kong:
    1990-1992   Lecturer, Department of Biology

    City Polytechnic of Hong Kong:
    1988-1990   Lecturer, Department of Applied Science


    SUPERVISION OF HIGHER DEGREE STUDENTS

    Master of Philosophy:   19 completed
    Doctor of Philosophy:   46 completed; 19 in progress


    CONTRIBUTION TO OTHER ORGANISATIONS

    Editor-in-chief   Aquatic Toxicology (2020-present)
    Subject Editor   Ecosystem Health and Sustainability (2014-present)
    Associate Editor   Journal of Environmental Sciences (2015-present)
    Member   Editorial Advisory Board, Environmental Science & Technology (since 2010)
    Member   Editorial Board of Advances in Environmental Research (AER) (since 2011)
    Member   Editorial Board of Environmental Chemistry (HUANJING HUAXUE)
    Associate Editor   Chemosphere (Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment) (2004-2008)
    Hon. Professor   Nanjing University, China
    Hon. Professor   South China Normal University, China
    Hon. Professor   University of Queensland, Australia
    Visiting Prof.   National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan.
    External PhD Advisor   Shantou University, China (2017-2019)
    Member   Management Committee and Steering Committee of the Marine Ecology Enhancement Fund, Hong Kong Airport Authority (2016-2020)
    Member   Advisory Council on the Environment, HK SAR Government (2005-2016)
    Deputy Chairman   Advisory Council on the Environment, HK SAR Government (2009)
    Chairman   Advisory Council on the Environment, HK SAR Government (2010-2016)
    Member   Town Planning Board, Hong Kong SAR Government (2006-2012)
    Member   Country and Marine Parks Board, Hong Kong SAR Government (2005-2011)
    Chairman   Marine Parks Committee, Country and Marine Parks Board, Hong Kong SAR Government (2005-2011)
    Member   Marine Mammal Conservation Working Group, Hong Kong SAR Government (2001-2007)
    Member   Red Tide/Harmful Algal Bloom Expert Advisory Group, Hong Kong SAR Government (2004-2020)
    Member   Management & Development Committee of the Mai Po Marshes, WWF Hong Kong (2001-2005)
    Member   Wetland Advisory Committee, HK SAR Government (1999-2004)
    Chairman   Management sub-committee, Wetland Advisory Committee, HK SAR Government (1999-2004)
    Member   HKSAR Steering Committee for Research Themes under the Research Endowment Fund (2009-2017)
    Member   Advisory Committee on Post-service Employment of Civil Servants, HK SAR Government (2011-2017)
    Member   Independent Commission Against Corruption Operations Review Committee (2015-2020)
    Member   HKSAR Witness Protection Review Board Panel (2015-2020)


    EXTERNAL RESEARCH GRANTS (AS PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR)

    From Ministry of Science and Technology, Peoples' Republic of China:
    Year Source Amount (in HK$)
    2018 Research Projects funded by the Mainland Government
    “亞熱帶香港水域海洋與河口食物網中傳統與新興鹵化阻燃劑研究:富集特徵、營養轉移及源辨識”
    “Conventional and Emerging Chiral Halogenated Flame Retardants in Marine and Estuarine Food Webs in Subtropical Hong Kong Waters: Accumulation Profiles, Trophic Transfer, and Source Identification”
    1,152,000

    From Hong Kong SAR Government:
    Year Source Amount (in HK$)
    2017 Sustainable Fisheries Development Fund (SFDF)
    “魚排上建立示範及教育單位,展示商業上可行的循環海水育苗系統”
    “Establishment of a commercially viable recirculating system for rearing fish fingerlings: a demonstration project for public education”
    3,778,880

    From Municipal Government of Shenzhen:
    Year Source Amount (in RMB)
    2017 Shenzhen Innovative Technology Committee
    “Study on Ecological Thresholds in Urbanized Coastal Bay Areas”
    2,000,000

    From Natural Science Foundation of China:
    Year Source Amount (in HK$)
    2012 Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) Grant
    Assessment and Characterization of Novel and Unknown Per- and Polyfluorinated Compounds in Pearl River and Yangtze River Delta
    917,000

    From Hong Kong Research Grants Council:
    Year Source Amount (in HK$)
    2012 NSFC/RGC Joint Research Scheme, Research Grants Council
    Pharmaceuticals in Municipal Sewage Treatment Works of China: Behaviour and Risk Assessment
    815,701
    2015 Collaborative Research Fund (CRF), Research Grants Council
    “Benthic and epiphytic toxic algae (BETA): An emerging threat to coral ecosystems in Hong Kong waters”
    5,573,636
    2009 Collaborative Research Fund (CRF), Research Grants Council
    “Algal Toxins: Development of Analytical and Bioassay Detection Methods and Assessment of Environmental Transfer in Marine Food Webs”
    3,200,000
    2016 General Research Fund (GRF), Research Grants Council
    “Environmental assessment of chiral pharmaceuticals in Hong Kong and its surrounding region: occurrence, fate and potential toxicological significance”
    540,824
    2014 General Research Fund (GRF), Research Grants Council
    “Conventional and emerging halogenated flame retardants in marine and estuarine food webs in subtropical Hong Kong waters: accumulation profiles, trophic transfer, and source identification”
    683,570
    2013 General Research Fund (GRF), Research Grants Council
    “Population trends, food sources, habitat use, and trace element exposure of marine mammals in Pearl River Delta: using teeth as biological time capsules for tracing environmental changes”
    435,614
    2010 General Research Fund (GRF), Research Grants Council
    “Measurement and assessment of novel halogenated flame retardants in waterbirds and marine cetaceans in Hong Kong”
    462,000
    2008 General Research Fund (GRF), Research Grants Council
    “Distribution, accumulation, and trophic transfer of perfluorinated compounds, and total and extractable organic fluorine in an aquatic food web of a tropical wetland”
    401,336
    2007 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Measurement and assessment of perfluorinated compounds in waterbirds and marine cetaceans in Hong Kong”
    685,937
    2005 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Study of Perfluorinated Compounds and Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs) in the Pearl River Estuary”
    1,014,000
    2004 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Assessment of the Transfer of Contaminants Accumulated in Fisheries Resources to Cetaceans in Hong Kong: A Novel Assessment of Bioavailability Using an In Vitro Physiologically-based Extraction Test (PBET)”
    819,000
    2003 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Assessment of Risk to Cetaceans along the South China Coast Due to Contaminants with Special Reference to the Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins”
    841,000
    2002 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Assessment of Risk to Ardeids in Hong Kong Due to Organochlorine and Organotin Contaminants with Special Reference to the Mai Po/Inner Deep Bay Ramsar site”
    975,200
    2000 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Biokinetics and biotransformation of PSP toxins in green-lipped and common fan mussels in Hong Kong”
    823,400
    1997 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Use of protein phosphatase inhibition assay for screening tumour-promoting toxins in aquatic systems: a colorimetric approach”
    686,880
    1996 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Sublethal effects of toxicants on the patterns of energy allocation and nutrient utilization of freshwater snails”
    385,000

    As a core member of the Area of Excellence Scheme “Marine Environmental Research and Innovative Technology – MERIT” under the University Grants Committee of the Hong Kong Special Administration Region, China (Project No. AoE/P-04/2004). The total funding for a team of 23 local members and 5 overseas members is HK$45 million for 5 years (2004-2009).    
    As the Director of the State Key Laboratory of Marine Pollution (2010-2020), which receives HK$ 10 million annually from the Innovation and Technology Commission of the Hong Kong SAR Government.    


    CONSULTANCY

    > 30 major consultancy projects, with total contract value of > HK$40,000,000, including:    
    “Provision of Consultancy Services to Develop Options for a Fisheries Monitoring Programme in Hong Kong” for Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (2019-2021)    
    “Fish Resources Study for the Proposed Marine Park in the Brothers Islands” for Highways Department (2012-2017)    
    “Provision of Services for the Technical Review and Statistical Analysis of the Datasets of Waterbird Monitoring Programme for the Deep Bay Area” for Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (2012-2016)    
    “Assessment of Environmental Contaminants in Marine Mammals in Hong Kong” for Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (2008-2009)    
    “Study on Persistent Organic Pollutants in Local Waterbirds in Hong Kong” for Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (2006-2007)    
    “Independent Expert to Investigate the Alleged Claim of High Oyster Mortality in Deep Bay due to the HK-SWC Construction Works” for Highways Department (2004)    
    “Development of a Biological Indicator System for Monitoring Marine Pollution” for Environmental Protection Department (2001-2003)    
    “Consultancy Study on Fisheries and Marine Ecological Criteria for Impact Assessment” for Agriculture and Fisheries Department (1999-2001)    
    “Environmental Impact Assessment on the Construction of a Large Thermal Power Station (approx. 5000 MW) at Black Point” for China Light and Power Company (1991)    
    “Environmental Impact of Marine Fish Culture Industry in Hong Kong” for Hong Kong Government (1989-1990)    


    PUBLICATIONS AND PUBLICATION METRICS

    ISI Web of Knowledge:
    http://www.researcherid.com/rid/B-9121-2008
       
    Scopus:
    http://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=7202365776
       
    Google Scholar:
    https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=R6tv7rUAAAAJ&view_op=list_works&sortby=pubdate
       
     
     

    Modified Date: 01 Apr 2021
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    Professor Paul Lam Kwan-sing


    ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

    Doctor of Philosophy 1988 University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
    Master of Philosophy 1984 University of Hong Kong
    Bachelor of Science 1982 University of Hong Kong


    AWARDS RECEIVED

    Occurrence, Bioaccumulation, and Toxicities of Emerging Chemicals of Concern in Environmental Matrices, Second Class Natural Science Award, Ministry of Education, People's Republic of China 2019 (as Principal Investigator)    
    Environmental process mechanism and quantitative structure-activity relationship study on emerging pollutants, Second Class Natural Science Award, Ministry of Education, People's Republic of China 2012 (as Co-Investigator)    
    Geochemistry and risk assessment of perfluorinated compounds in the Chinese southeastern coastal region, Second Class Natural Science Award, Ministry of Education, People's Republic of China 2011 (as Principal Investigator)    
    Distinguished Alumni Award 2019, Faculty of Science, University of Hong Kong    
    Award, Silver Bauhinia Star, Hong Kong SAR Government (2014)    
    Member, HKSAR Justices of the Peace (non-gov), Hong Kong SAR Government (2008)    
    Visiting Fellow, National Research Centre for Environmental Toxicology, Australia (1998)    
    Jackson Memorial Fellow, Griffith University, Australia (1998)    
    Croucher Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship tenable at King's College, London (1987-1989)    
    Commonwealth Scholarship tenable at the University of Sheffield (1984-1987)    
    'Highly Commended Talk' award for a paper delivered to the British Ecological Society in 1984    
    Swire Scholarship, the University of Hong Kong (1983-1984)    
    Postgraduate Studentship, the University of Hong Kong (1982-1984)    


    PREVIOUS POSITIONS

    City University of Hong Kong:
    2020-2021   Executive Director of Special Projects, Vice-President Level (Concurrent appointment)
    2020-2021   Jeanie Hu Professor of Science
    2005-2021   Chair Professor, Department of Chemistry,
    2013-2019   Chief-of-Staff (Vice-President) (Concurrent appointment)
    2010-2020   Director, State Key Laboratory of Marine Pollution (Concurrent appointment)
    2009-2013   Vice-President (Student Affairs) (Concurrent appointment)
    2007-2008   Acting Vice-President (Undergraduate Education) (Concurrent appointment)
    2004-2007   Associate Dean, Faculty of Science and Engineering (Concurrent appointment)
    2006-2007   Acting Head of Department, Department of Biology and Chemistry (Concurrent appointment)
    2001-2005   Professor (Reader), Department of Biology and Chemistry
    1996-2001   Associate Professor (Scale A), Department of Biology and Chemistry
    1994-1996   Associate Professor (Scale B), Department of Biology and Chemistry

    Victoria University of Technology, Australia:
    1992-1994   Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management

    Chinese University of Hong Kong:
    1990-1992   Lecturer, Department of Biology

    City Polytechnic of Hong Kong:
    1988-1990   Lecturer, Department of Applied Science


    SUPERVISION OF HIGHER DEGREE STUDENTS

    Master of Philosophy:   19 completed
    Doctor of Philosophy:   46 completed; 19 in progress


    CONTRIBUTION TO OTHER ORGANISATIONS

    Editor-in-chief   Aquatic Toxicology (2020-present)
    Subject Editor   Ecosystem Health and Sustainability (2014-present)
    Associate Editor   Journal of Environmental Sciences (2015-present)
    Member   Editorial Advisory Board, Environmental Science & Technology (since 2010)
    Member   Editorial Board of Advances in Environmental Research (AER) (since 2011)
    Member   Editorial Board of Environmental Chemistry (HUANJING HUAXUE)
    Associate Editor   Chemosphere (Environmental Toxicology and Risk Assessment) (2004-2008)
    Hon. Professor   Nanjing University, China
    Hon. Professor   South China Normal University, China
    Hon. Professor   University of Queensland, Australia
    Visiting Prof.   National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan.
    External PhD Advisor   Shantou University, China (2017-2019)
    Member   Management Committee and Steering Committee of the Marine Ecology Enhancement Fund, Hong Kong Airport Authority (2016-2020)
    Member   Advisory Council on the Environment, HK SAR Government (2005-2016)
    Deputy Chairman   Advisory Council on the Environment, HK SAR Government (2009)
    Chairman   Advisory Council on the Environment, HK SAR Government (2010-2016)
    Member   Town Planning Board, Hong Kong SAR Government (2006-2012)
    Member   Country and Marine Parks Board, Hong Kong SAR Government (2005-2011)
    Chairman   Marine Parks Committee, Country and Marine Parks Board, Hong Kong SAR Government (2005-2011)
    Member   Marine Mammal Conservation Working Group, Hong Kong SAR Government (2001-2007)
    Member   Red Tide/Harmful Algal Bloom Expert Advisory Group, Hong Kong SAR Government (2004-2020)
    Member   Management & Development Committee of the Mai Po Marshes, WWF Hong Kong (2001-2005)
    Member   Wetland Advisory Committee, HK SAR Government (1999-2004)
    Chairman   Management sub-committee, Wetland Advisory Committee, HK SAR Government (1999-2004)
    Member   HKSAR Steering Committee for Research Themes under the Research Endowment Fund (2009-2017)
    Member   Advisory Committee on Post-service Employment of Civil Servants, HK SAR Government (2011-2017)
    Member   Independent Commission Against Corruption Operations Review Committee (2015-2020)
    Member   HKSAR Witness Protection Review Board Panel (2015-2020)


    EXTERNAL RESEARCH GRANTS (AS PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR)

    From Ministry of Science and Technology, Peoples' Republic of China:
    Year Source Amount (in HK$)
    2018 Research Projects funded by the Mainland Government
    “亞熱帶香港水域海洋與河口食物網中傳統與新興鹵化阻燃劑研究:富集特徵、營養轉移及源辨識”
    “Conventional and Emerging Chiral Halogenated Flame Retardants in Marine and Estuarine Food Webs in Subtropical Hong Kong Waters: Accumulation Profiles, Trophic Transfer, and Source Identification”
    1,152,000

    From Hong Kong SAR Government:
    Year Source Amount (in HK$)
    2017 Sustainable Fisheries Development Fund (SFDF)
    “魚排上建立示範及教育單位,展示商業上可行的循環海水育苗系統”
    “Establishment of a commercially viable recirculating system for rearing fish fingerlings: a demonstration project for public education”
    3,778,880

    From Municipal Government of Shenzhen:
    Year Source Amount (in RMB)
    2017 Shenzhen Innovative Technology Committee
    “Study on Ecological Thresholds in Urbanized Coastal Bay Areas”
    2,000,000

    From Natural Science Foundation of China:
    Year Source Amount (in HK$)
    2012 Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) Grant
    Assessment and Characterization of Novel and Unknown Per- and Polyfluorinated Compounds in Pearl River and Yangtze River Delta
    917,000

    From Hong Kong Research Grants Council:
    Year Source Amount (in HK$)
    2012 NSFC/RGC Joint Research Scheme, Research Grants Council
    Pharmaceuticals in Municipal Sewage Treatment Works of China: Behaviour and Risk Assessment
    815,701
    2015 Collaborative Research Fund (CRF), Research Grants Council
    “Benthic and epiphytic toxic algae (BETA): An emerging threat to coral ecosystems in Hong Kong waters”
    5,573,636
    2009 Collaborative Research Fund (CRF), Research Grants Council
    “Algal Toxins: Development of Analytical and Bioassay Detection Methods and Assessment of Environmental Transfer in Marine Food Webs”
    3,200,000
    2016 General Research Fund (GRF), Research Grants Council
    “Environmental assessment of chiral pharmaceuticals in Hong Kong and its surrounding region: occurrence, fate and potential toxicological significance”
    540,824
    2014 General Research Fund (GRF), Research Grants Council
    “Conventional and emerging halogenated flame retardants in marine and estuarine food webs in subtropical Hong Kong waters: accumulation profiles, trophic transfer, and source identification”
    683,570
    2013 General Research Fund (GRF), Research Grants Council
    “Population trends, food sources, habitat use, and trace element exposure of marine mammals in Pearl River Delta: using teeth as biological time capsules for tracing environmental changes”
    435,614
    2010 General Research Fund (GRF), Research Grants Council
    “Measurement and assessment of novel halogenated flame retardants in waterbirds and marine cetaceans in Hong Kong”
    462,000
    2008 General Research Fund (GRF), Research Grants Council
    “Distribution, accumulation, and trophic transfer of perfluorinated compounds, and total and extractable organic fluorine in an aquatic food web of a tropical wetland”
    401,336
    2007 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Measurement and assessment of perfluorinated compounds in waterbirds and marine cetaceans in Hong Kong”
    685,937
    2005 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Study of Perfluorinated Compounds and Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs) in the Pearl River Estuary”
    1,014,000
    2004 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Assessment of the Transfer of Contaminants Accumulated in Fisheries Resources to Cetaceans in Hong Kong: A Novel Assessment of Bioavailability Using an In Vitro Physiologically-based Extraction Test (PBET)”
    819,000
    2003 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Assessment of Risk to Cetaceans along the South China Coast Due to Contaminants with Special Reference to the Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins”
    841,000
    2002 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Assessment of Risk to Ardeids in Hong Kong Due to Organochlorine and Organotin Contaminants with Special Reference to the Mai Po/Inner Deep Bay Ramsar site”
    975,200
    2000 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Biokinetics and biotransformation of PSP toxins in green-lipped and common fan mussels in Hong Kong”
    823,400
    1997 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Use of protein phosphatase inhibition assay for screening tumour-promoting toxins in aquatic systems: a colorimetric approach”
    686,880
    1996 Earmarked Research Grant (CERG), Research Grants Council
    “Sublethal effects of toxicants on the patterns of energy allocation and nutrient utilization of freshwater snails”
    385,000

    As a core member of the Area of Excellence Scheme “Marine Environmental Research and Innovative Technology – MERIT” under the University Grants Committee of the Hong Kong Special Administration Region, China (Project No. AoE/P-04/2004). The total funding for a team of 23 local members and 5 overseas members is HK$45 million for 5 years (2004-2009).    
    As the Director of the State Key Laboratory of Marine Pollution (2010-2020), which receives HK$ 10 million annually from the Innovation and Technology Commission of the Hong Kong SAR Government.    


    CONSULTANCY

    > 30 major consultancy projects, with total contract value of > HK$40,000,000, including:    
    “Provision of Consultancy Services to Develop Options for a Fisheries Monitoring Programme in Hong Kong” for Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (2019-2021)    
    “Fish Resources Study for the Proposed Marine Park in the Brothers Islands” for Highways Department (2012-2017)    
    “Provision of Services for the Technical Review and Statistical Analysis of the Datasets of Waterbird Monitoring Programme for the Deep Bay Area” for Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (2012-2016)    
    “Assessment of Environmental Contaminants in Marine Mammals in Hong Kong” for Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (2008-2009)    
    “Study on Persistent Organic Pollutants in Local Waterbirds in Hong Kong” for Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (2006-2007)    
    “Independent Expert to Investigate the Alleged Claim of High Oyster Mortality in Deep Bay due to the HK-SWC Construction Works” for Highways Department (2004)    
    “Development of a Biological Indicator System for Monitoring Marine Pollution” for Environmental Protection Department (2001-2003)    
    “Consultancy Study on Fisheries and Marine Ecological Criteria for Impact Assessment” for Agriculture and Fisheries Department (1999-2001)    
    “Environmental Impact Assessment on the Construction of a Large Thermal Power Station (approx. 5000 MW) at Black Point” for China Light and Power Company (1991)    
    “Environmental Impact of Marine Fish Culture Industry in Hong Kong” for Hong Kong Government (1989-1990)    


    PUBLICATIONS AND PUBLICATION METRICS

    ISI Web of Knowledge:
    http://www.researcherid.com/rid/B-9121-2008
       
    Scopus:
    http://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=7202365776
       
    Google Scholar:
    https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=R6tv7rUAAAAJ&view_op=list_works&sortby=pubdate
       
     
     

    Modified Date: 01 Apr 2021

     

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