Research Group of Water Environmental Chemistry and Pollution Control
PI: Prof. LI Qingman, PhD
Members: Yang Jiao, Yiguang Qian, Lijing Xu, Sen Gu, Chengyang Jiao, Pei Guo.
No.7 Donghu South Road, Wuhan, P.R.China
Research Group of Water Environmental Chemistry and Pollution Control, Research Center of Water Environmental Engineering, Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. ( Postcode: 430072)
The Research Group of Water Environmental Chemistry and Pollution Control focuses on the water environmental issues, with the main research directions on water environmental chemistry, geochemical processes of pollutants and remediation of polluted sediments.
It is currently undertaking a number of projects supported by the National Water Pollution Control and Treatment Science and Technology Major Project of China, the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the local collaborative project of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and projects commissioned with other provinces, cities, and enterprises.
Current research interests:
* Mechanisms of the migration and transformation of phosphorus in lake sediments and the construction of an evaluation system of the internal phosphorus pollution
* Engineering technology of the in-situ remediation of polluted sediments
* Dynamic changes of nutrients in rice paddy soils under the integrated rice-crayfish culture system and the development of water quality controlling technology in rice paddy fields
* Mechanisms of nutrient emission in agricultural watersheds.
. Qingman Li*, Xingxiang Wang, Rebecca Bartlett, Gilles Pinay, Dan Kan, Wen Zhang, Jingxian Sun. Ferrous Iron Phosphorus in Sediments: Development of a Quantification Method through 2,2′-Bipyridine Extraction. Water Environment Research, 2012, 84(11): 2037-2044.
. Qingman Li*, Xingxiang Wang, Dan Kan, Rebecca Bartlett, Gilles Pinay, Yu Ding, Wei Ma. Enrichment of Phosphate on Ferrous Iron Phases during Bio-Reduction of Ferrihydrite. International Journal of Geosciences, 2012, 3: 314-320.
. Qingman Li*, Yu Ding, Wen Zhang, Xingxiang Wang, Guoliang Ji and Yiyong Zhou. Sorptive interaction between goethite and strongly reducing organic substances from anaerobic decomposition of green manures. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2008, 40: 2922-2927.
. Wen Zhang, Qingman Li*, Xingxiang Wang, Yu Ding and Jingxian Sun. Reducing organic substances from anaerobic decomposition of hydrophytes. Biogeochemistry. 2009, 94:1-11.
. Li Qingman*, Zhang Wen, Wang Xingxiang, Zhou Yiyong, Yang Hao and Ji Guoliang. Phosphorus in interstitial water induced by redox potential in sediment of Dianchi Lake, China. Pedosphere. 2007, 17: 739-746.
. Wang Xingxiang, Li Qingman*, Ding Jianhua, Luo Mingbiao, Zhang Taolin and Zhou Yiyong. An improved method for the extraction of low molecular weight organic acids in variable charge soils. Analytical Sciences. 2007, 23: 539-543.
. Cao Xiuyun, Song Chunlei, Li Qingman, Zhou, Yiyong. Dredging effects on P status and phytoplankton density and composition during winter and spring in Lake Taihu, China. Hydrobiologia. 2007, 581:287-295.
. Song Chunlei, Cao Xiuyun, Li Jianqiu, Li Qingman, Chen Guoyuan, Zhou Yiyong. Contributions of phosphatase and microbial activity to internal phosphorus loading and their relation to lake eutrophication. Science in China Series D-Earth Sciences. 2006, 49: 102-113.
. Li Qingman*, Wang Xingxiang and Bi Shuping. Impacts of Choerospondias axillaris growth on acidity of Udic Ferrosols in subtropical China. Pedosphere. 2005, 15: 95-102.
. Xingxiang Wang, Qingman Li, Huafeng Hu, Taolin Zhang and Yiyong Zhou. Dissolution of kaolinite induced by citric, oxalic, and malic acids. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 2005, 290:481-488.
. Jianhua Ding, Xingxiang Wang, Taolin Zhang, Qingman Li, Mingbiao Luo. Optimization of RP-HPLC analysis of low molecular weight organic acids in soils. Journal of liquid chromatography & related technologies. 2006, 29: 99-112.
. Qingman Li*, Shuping Bi and Guoliang Ji. Determination of strongly reducing substances in sediment. Environmental Science & Technology. 2003, 37: 5727-5731.
. Qingman Li*, Shuping Bi, Guoliang Ji. A method for in situ auto-renewal of the surface of glassy carbon electrodes. Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. 2003, 560:19-23.