Hong Yang focuses on China, Environmental protection, Urbanization, Land use and Delta. His research investigates the connection between China and topics such as Greenhouse gas that intersect with problems in Energy consumption. The Environmental protection study combines topics in areas such as Waste management, Reuse, Water pollution and Food safety.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Municipal solid waste and Environmental engineering in addition to Urbanization. He has researched Land use in several fields, including Environmental degradation, Terrestrial ecosystem, Carbon storage and Environmental resource management. Hong Yang has included themes like Soil carbon, Land use, land-use change and forestry, Biomass carbon, Forestry and Land management in his Terrestrial ecosystem study.
His primary areas of investigation include China, Aquaculture, Hydrology, Estuary and Greenhouse gas. Hong Yang focuses mostly in the field of China, narrowing it down to matters related to Environmental protection and, in some cases, Urbanization. His Mariculture study, which is part of a larger body of work in Aquaculture, is frequently linked to Atmospheric sciences and Biogeochemical cycle, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His study in Drainage basin and Surface runoff is done as part of Hydrology. His studies in Estuary integrate themes in fields like Sediment, Salinity, Shrimp and Water column. His Shrimp research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ecosystem and Wetland.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Aquaculture, Biogeochemical cycle, Subtropics, Mariculture and China. The Subtropics study which covers Oceanography that intersects with Carbon, Sewage discharge and Nutrient. He incorporates Mariculture and Greenhouse gas in his studies.
Borrowing concepts from Consumption, he weaves in ideas under China. His studies deal with areas such as Hydrology, Sediment and Water column as well as Estuary. The concepts of his Hydrology study are interwoven with issues in Spatial heterogeneity and Land use, Land use, land-use change and forestry.
Hong Yang mainly investigates Aquaculture, Mariculture, Subtropics, China and Water quality. Aquaculture overlaps with fields such as Greenhouse gas, Estuary and Sediment in his research. His Greenhouse gas study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Tropical cyclone, Temperate climate, Atmospheric sciences, Biogeochemical cycle and Typhoon.
His Estuary research includes themes of Aeration, Nitrification, Water column and Hydrology. He integrates China with Context in his study. His Water quality research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Drainage basin, Wastewater, Wet season and Water resources.
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Fecal Contamination of Drinking-Water in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Robert Bain;Ryan Cronk;Jim Wright;Hong Yang.
PLOS Medicine (2014)
Global assessment of exposure to faecal contamination through drinking water based on a systematic review
Robert Es Bain;Ryan Cronk;Rifat Hossain;Sophie Bonjour.
Tropical Medicine & International Health (2014)
Accounting for water quality in monitoring access to safe drinking-water as part of the millennium development goals: lessons from five countries
Rob E S Bain;Stephen W Gundry;Jim A Wright;Hong Yang.
Bulletin of The World Health Organization (2012)
Methane and carbon dioxide fluxes from a shallow hypereutrophic subtropical Lake in China
Yangping Xing;Ping Xie;Hong Yang;Leyi Ni.
Atmospheric Environment (2005)
Carbon emissions from land-use change and management in China between 1990 and 2010.
Li Lai;Xianjin Huang;Hong Yang;Hong Yang;Xiaowei Chuai.
Science Advances (2016)
Water safety and inequality in access to drinking-water between rich and poor households.
Hong Yang;Rob E. S. Bain;Jamie Bartram;Stephen Gundry.
Environmental Science & Technology (2013)
Environmental effects of land-use/cover change caused by urbanization and policies in Southwest China Karst area – A case study of Guiyang
Yan Liu;Xianjin Huang;Hong Yang;Hong Yang;Taiyang Zhong.
Habitat International (2014)
Multi-sectoral decomposition in decoupling industrial growth from carbon emissions in the developed Jiangsu Province, China
Qinli Lu;Hong Yang;Xianjin Huang;Xiaowei Chuai.
Urban construction and demolition waste and landfill failure in Shenzhen, China
Hong Yang;Hong Yang;Junqiang Xia;Julian R. Thompson;Roger J. Flower.
Waste Management (2017)
Targeting Epigenetic Crosstalk as a Therapeutic Strategy for EZH2-Aberrant Solid Tumors
Xun Huang;Juan Yan;Min Zhang;Yafang Wang.
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