Kun Mei
Wenzhou Medical College
StatisticsEnvironmental chemistryContaminationRisk assessmentWatershedTotal organic carbonSoil scienceSoil waterTributaryAquatic ecosystemSoil textureChinaBiochemical oxygen demandNitrateSpatial distributionMicroplasticsWater qualitySedimentPopulationHydrologyEnvironmental scienceLand useLinear regressionAgricultural landSurface runoffPollutionEnvironmental remediationWater resource managementEnvironmental monitoringSewageAgronomyPollutantSurface waterWater pollutionSampling (statistics)Wastewater
25Publications
14H-index
531Citations
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#1Yue Yang (Wenzhou University)H-Index: 1
#2Xu Shang (WMU: Wenzhou Medical College)H-Index: 11
Last. Xiaoliang Ji (WMU: Wenzhou Medical College)H-Index: 7
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Abstract Nitrate is a prominent pollutant in surface and groundwater bodies worldwide. Isotopes in nitrate provide a powerful approach for tracing nitrate sources and transformations in waters. Given that analytical techniques for determining isotopic compositions are generally time-consuming, laborious and expensive, alternative methods are warranted to supplement and enhance existing approaches. Hence, we developed a support vector regression (SVR) model and explored its feasibility to predict...
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#3Ganning Zeng (Zhejiang University of Technology)H-Index: 1
Microplastics (MPs) are an environmental problem of growing concern. Aquatic sediments are considered as a final sink for MPs, but dredging can remobilize sedimentary MPs into both aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. Although dredging is globally used for waterway deepening and ecological restoration, the environmental impacts of dredging on MP pollutants has not been previously assessed. In this study, Nile Red staining combined with micro-FTIR methods showed sediments containing high MP concen...
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#2Hong Huang (WMU: Wenzhou Medical College)
Various measures of the obesogenic environment have been proposed and used in childhood obesity research. The variety of measures poses methodological challenges to designing new research because methodological characteristics integral to developing the measures vary across studies. A systematic review has been conducted to examine the associations between different levels of obesogenic environmental measures (objective or perceived) and childhood obesity. The review includes all articles publis...
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Abstract It is crucial to quantitatively track riverine nitrate (NO3−) sources and transformations in drinking water source watersheds for preventing current and future NO3− pollution, and ensuring a safe drinking water supply. This study identified the significant contributors to riverine NO3− in Zhaoshandu reservoir watershed of Zhejiang province, southeast China. To achieve this goal, we used hydrochemistry parameters and stable isotopes of NO3− (δ15N-NO3− and δ18O-NO3−) accompanied with a Ma...
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#1Fang Xia (WMU: Wenzhou Medical College)H-Index: 2
#2Kun Mei (WMU: Wenzhou Medical College)H-Index: 14
Last. Minghua Zhang (UC Davis: University of California, Davis)H-Index: 54
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Abstract The response of soil nitrous oxide (N2O) emission to manure application has been widely reported for laboratory experiments. However, the in-situ effects of manure application on soil N2O emission from field trials (i.e. real-world conditions) and related mechanisms are poorly understood at the global scale. Here, we performed a meta-analysis using 262 field observations from 44 publications to assess the in-situ effects of manure application on soil N2O emission and factors regulating ...
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© 2019 John Wiley & Sons Ltd Regression-based methods are commonly used for riverine constituent concentration/flux estimation, which is essential for guiding water quality protection practices and environmental decision making. This paper developed a multivariate adaptive regression splines model for estimating riverine constituent concentrations (MARS-EC). The process, interpretability and flexibility of the MARS-EC modelling approach, was demonstrated for total nitrogen in the Patuxent River,...
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#1Fang Xia (WMU: Wenzhou Medical College)H-Index: 2
#2Chi Zhang (WMU: Wenzhou Medical College)H-Index: 5
Last. Minghua Zhang (WMU: Wenzhou Medical College)H-Index: 54
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Abstract Quantitative assessment of metal sources in sediments is essential for implementation of source control and remediation strategies. This study investigated metal contamination in sediments to assess potential ecological risks and quantify pollutant sources of metals (Cu, Zn, Pb, Cd, Cr, Co and Ni) in the Wen-Rui Tang River watershed. Total and fraction analysis indicated high pollution levels of metals. Zinc and Cd posed high ecological risk based on the risk assessment code, with the h...
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Abstract In recent years, there is great concern about plastic pollution due to the identification of several environmental risks associated with microplastics (
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Author(s): Luo, L; Mei, K; Qu, L; Zhang, C; Chen, H; Wang, S; Di, D; Huang, H; Wang, Z; Xia, F; Dahlgren, RA; Zhang, M | Abstract: © 2018 Assessing heavy metal pollution in river sediments and identifying the key factors contributing to metal pollution are critical components for devising river environmental protection and remediation strategies to protect human and ecological health. This is especially important in urban areas where metals from a wide range of sources contribute to sediment pol...
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