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谢敏伟  博士
副教授

Minwei Xie
Associate Professor
Tel: 15902801328
Email: minweixie@xmu.edu.cn
   
 
 
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个人履历 Brief CV
  厦门大学环境与生态学院 副教授(2020至今)Associate Professor, College of the Environment & Ecology, Xiamen University (2020-present)

  澳大利亚联邦科学与工业研究组织(CSIRO) 访问学者 (2018.08-11,2019.08-11)Visiting Scholar, CSIRO Land and Water (2018.08-11,2019.08-11)

  香港科技大学深圳研究院 博士后(2017-2019)Postdoctoral Research Associate, The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Shenzhen Research Institute (2017-2019)

  美国西北大学土木与环境工程系 博士(2016)PhD, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Northwestern University (2016)

研究方向 Research Interests
  重金属环境生物地球化学 Environmental biogeochemistry of metals

  沉积物重金属迁移性、生物有效性及毒性评价 Mobility, bioavailability and toxicity of metals in sediments

  水环境化学 Aquatic chemistry

代表性论文 Selected Publications
  Wu QL, Su QJ, Simpson SL, Tan QG, Chen R, Xie MW*. (2022) Isotopically modified bioassay bridges the bioavailability and toxicity risk assessment of metals in bedded sediments, Environmental Science & Technology, doi:/10.1021/acs.est.2c06193

  Wu QL#, Zheng TY#, Simpson S.L., Tan QG, Chen R, Xie MW*. (2021) Application of a multi-metal stable-isotope-enriched bioassay to assess changes to metal bioavailability in suspended sediments, Environmental Science & Technology, 55, 13005-13013

  Xie MW*, Simpson S.L.*, Huang J, Teasdale PR, Wang WX (2021). In situ DGT sensing of bioavailable metal fluxes to improve toxicity predictions for sediments. Environmental Science & Technology, 55(11), 7355-7364

  Xie MW, Wang N., Gaillard J.F.*, and Packman A.I.* (2016) Hydrodynamic forcing mobilizes Cu in low-permeability sediments. Environmental Science & Technology, 50 (9), 4615-4623.

  Xie MW, Jarrett. B.A., Silva-Cadoux C.D., Fetters K.J., Burton G.A., Gaillard J.F.*, and Packman A.I.*, (2015) Coupled effects of hydrodynamics and biogeochemistry on Zn mobility and speciation in highly contaminated sediments. Environmental Science & Technology, 49 (9), 5346-5353.