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環境學系

教學人員

TEACHING AREAS

  • Soil and Environment

  • Resource and Environment

  • Principles of Botany

  • Plant Nutrition

  • Organic Farming
  • Urban Tree Risk Management
  • Arboricultural Practice
  • Plant Physiology

QUALIFICATIONS

2012-2016   Ph.D of Environmental Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)

2007-2011   Bachelor of Environmental Science, South China Agricultural University (SCAU)

EMPLOYMENT

  • Teaching Fellow, Horticulture and Landscape Management, Faculty of Design and Environment, Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong

RESEARCH, ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS, PUBLIC LECTURES

  • Pan, Min., Chu, L.M. “Occurrence of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance genes in soils from wastewater irrigation areas in the Pearl River Delta region, southern China”. Science of Total Environment, 2018. 624, 145-152.
  • Pan, Min., Chu, L.M. “Transfer of antibiotics from wastewater or animal manure to soil and edible crops. Environmental Pollution, 2017. 231, 829-836.
  • Pan, Min., Chu, L.M. “Fate of antibiotics in soil and their uptake by edible crops- a review”. Science of Total Environment, 2017. 599-600, 500-512.
  • Pan, Min., Chu, L.M. “Leaching behavior of veterinary antibiotics in animal manure-applied soils”. Science of Total Environment, 2017. 579, 466-473.
  • Pan, Min., Chu, L.M. “Adsorption and degradation of five selected antibiotics in agricultural soil”. Science of Total Environment, 2016. 545-546, 48-56.
  • Pan, Min., Chu, L.M. “Phytotoxicity of Veterinary Antibiotics on Seed Germination and Root Elongation of Crops”. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2016. 126, 228-237.
  • Pan, Min., Wong, K.C., Chu, L.M. “Distribution of antibiotics in wastewater-irrigated soils and their accumulation in vegetable crops in the Pearl River Delta, southern China”. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2014. 62, 11062-11069.

PUBLIC SPEECH, LECTURES & SEMINARS

  • Pan, M. & Chu, L.M. Distribution and translocation of erythromycin in wastewater irrigated soils and vegetable crops. 2014 International Symposium on Environment and Health, 4-5 July 2014, Beijing, China.

GRANTS AND PROJECTS

Effects of sewage sludge-Chinese medicinal herbal residue-biochar amendment on antibiotics and antibiotic resistance genes in agricultural soil and plants.

Sponsor: RGC

Period: 1/2019 – 6/2012

Funding: HK$782,942