No.7,2008 Table of Contents

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Special column: The nitrobenzen pollution event in the Songhua River in 2005

Prediction of the environmental fate and aquatic ecological impact of nitrobenzene in the Songhua River using the modified AQUATOX model
  LEI Bingli,HUANG Shengbiao,QIAO Min,LI Tianyun and WANG Zijian
  2008,20(7):769-777 [Abstract(1746)]  [View PDF]
Nitrobenzene biodegradation ability of microbial communities in water and sediments along the Songhua River after a nitrobenzene pollution event
  LI Zonglai,YANG Min,LI Dong,QI Rong,LIU Huijuan,SUN Jingfang and QU Jiuhui
  2008,20(7):778-786 [Abstract(2003)]  [View PDF]
Phototransformation of nitrobenzene in the Songhua River: Kinetics and photoproduct analysis
  WANG Aimin,HU Chun,QU Jiuhui,YANG Min,LIU Huijuan,RU Jia,QI Rong and SUN Jingfang
  2008,20(7):787-795 [Abstract(1686)]  [View PDF]
Characterization of the Songhua River sediments and evaluation of their adsorption behavior for nitrobenzene
  LIU Ruiping,LIU Huijuan,WAN Dongjin and YANG Min
  2008,20(7):796-802 [Abstract(2001)]  [View PDF]
Concentration level and geographical distribution of nitrobenzene in Chinese surface waters
  GAO Jijun,LIU Linghua,LIU Xiaoru,ZHOU Huaidong,WANG Zijian and HUANG Shengbiao
  2008,20(7):803-805 [Abstract(1731)]  [View PDF]


Aqueous oxytetracycline degradation and the toxicity change of degradation compounds in photoirradiation process
  JIAO Shaojun,ZHENG Shourong,YIN Daqiang,WANG Lianhong and CHEN Liangyan
  2008,20(7):806-813 [Abstract(2433)]  [View PDF]
Heavy metal pollution in Tianjin Bohai Bay, China
  MENG Wei,QIN Yanwen,ZHENG Binghui and ZHANG Lei
  2008,20(7):814-819 [Abstract(2635)]  [View PDF]
Synthesis and application of lignin-based copolymer LSAA on controlling non-point source pollution resulted from surface runoff
  LIU Chen,WU Guangxia,MU Huanzhen,YUAN Zonghuan,TANG Lianyi and LIN Xiangwei
  2008,20(7):820-826 [Abstract(2330)]  [View PDF]
Comparative equilibrium studies of sorption of Pb(II) ions by sodium and calcium alginate
  2008,20(7):827-831 [Abstract(2051)]  [View PDF]


Numerical study on the ozone formation inside street canyons using a chemistry box model
  Chun-Ho Liu and Dennis Y. C. Leung
  2008,20(7):832-837 [Abstract(2549)]  [View PDF]
Fog simulation using a mesoscale model in and around the Yodo River Basin, Japan
  HIKARI Shimadera,KUNDAN Lal Shrestha,AKIRA Kondo,AKIKAZU Kaga and YOSHIO Inoue
  2008,20(7):838-845 [Abstract(2101)]  [View PDF]


Horizontal distribution and levels of heavy metals in the biggest snowstorm in a century in Shenyang, China
  AN Jing,ZHOU Qixing,LIU Weitao and REN Liping
  2008,20(7):846-851 [Abstract(2120)]  [View PDF]
Land-use induced changes in topsoil organic carbon stock of paddy fields using MODIS and TM/ETM analysis: A case study ofWujiang County, China
  GAO Jianfeng,PAN Genxing,JIANG Xiaosan,PAN Jianjun and ZHUANG Dafang
  2008,20(7):852-858 [Abstract(2201)]  [View PDF]
Environmental behaviors of selenium in soil of typical selenosis area, China
  LI Yonghua,WANG Wuyi,LUO Kunli and LI Hairong
  2008,20(7):859-864 [Abstract(2340)]  [View PDF]


Location and PCR analysis of catabolic genes in a novel Streptomyces sp. DUT AHX capable of degrading nitrobenzene
  AI Haixin,ZHOU Jiti,LV Hong,WANG Jing,GUO Jianbo,LIU Guangfei and QU Yuanyuan
  2008,20(7):865-870 [Abstract(2181)]  [View PDF]
Soil fungistasis and its relations to soil microbial composition and diversity: A case study of a series of soils with di erent fungistasis
  WU Minna,ZHANG Huiwen,LI Xinyu,ZHANG Yan,SU Zhencheng and ZHANG Chenggang
  2008,20(7):871-877 [Abstract(2169)]  [View PDF]
Biological transformation, kinetics and dose-response assessments of bound musk ketone hemoglobin adducts in rainbow trout as biomarkers of environmental exposure
  M A Mottaleb,J H Zimmerman and T W Moy
  2008,20(7):878-884 [Abstract(2222)]  [View PDF]
Preliminary investigation on the role of microorganisms in the production of phosphine
  LIU Zhipei,JIA Shengfen,WANG Baojun,ZHANG Tao and LIU Shuangjiang
  2008,20(7):885-890 [Abstract(2201)]  [View PDF]
Decomposition and phosphorus release from four di erent size fractions of Microcystis spp. taken from Lake Taihu, China
  WANG Yuanyuan and CHEN Feizhou
  2008,20(7):891-896 [Abstract(2116)]  [View PDF]

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