His scientific interests lie mostly in Oceanography, Estuary, Hydrology, Hypoxia and Phytoplankton. His Oceanography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nutrient and Eutrophication. Kedong Yin has researched Estuary in several fields, including Channel and Sea level.
His studies in Hydrology integrate themes in fields like Carbonate and Dissolved organic carbon. His Hypoxia research incorporates elements of Stratification, Bottom water, Biological oceanography, Estuarine water circulation and Terrigenous sediment. His research in Phytoplankton focuses on subjects like Biomass, which are connected to Monsoon.
Kedong Yin mainly focuses on Oceanography, Estuary, Phytoplankton, Nutrient and Eutrophication. The Oceanography study combines topics in areas such as Hydrology and Algal bloom. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Organic matter, Monsoon and Particulates.
His work carried out in the field of Phytoplankton brings together such families of science as Environmental chemistry, Bay and Plankton. His Nutrient research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Phosphorus, Bacterial growth and Chlorophyll a. His Eutrophication research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sewage, Wet season, Water quality, Nutrient pollution and Fish kill.
His primary scientific interests are in Algal bloom, Oceanography, Phytoplankton, Ecology and Estuary. His Algal bloom study also includes fields such as
His Phytoplankton study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Water quality, Chlorophyll and Anticyclone. His work deals with themes such as Environmental chemistry, Phosphorus and Salinity, which intersect with Estuary. His Eutrophication study contributes to a more complete understanding of Nutrient.
Kedong Yin focuses on Algal bloom, Aquatic ecosystem, Ecology, Chlorophyll and International research. His Algal bloom study frequently involves adjacent topics like Environmental planning. His Eutrophication, Nutrient, Microbial loop and Dominance study are his primary interests in Ecology.
His Chlorophyll research includes themes of Hydrology, Ecosystem, Chlorophyll a, Carbon fixation and Oceanography.
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Shift from P to N limitation of phytoplankton growth across the Pearl River estuarine plume during summer
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2001)
Dynamics of nutrients and phytoplankton biomass in the Pearl River estuary and adjacent waters of Hong Kong during summer : preliminary evidence for phosphorus and silicon limitation
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2000)
Tides and tidal currents in the Pearl River Estuary
Qingwen Mao;Ping Shi;Kedong Yin;Kedong Yin;Jianping Gan.
Continental Shelf Research (2004)
Physical–biological coupling in the Pearl River Estuary
Paul James Harrison;Kedong Yin;Kedong Yin;Joseph Hun Wei Lee;Jianping Gan.
computer science symposium in russia (2008)
Comparison of hypoxia among four river-dominated ocean margins: The Changjiang (Yangtze), Mississippi, Pearl, and Rhone rivers
C. Rabouille;D.J. Conley;M.H. Dai;W.-J. Cai.
computer science symposium in russia (2008)
A comparative overview of weathering intensity and HCO3− flux in the world's major rivers with emphasis on the Changjiang, Huanghe, Zhujiang (Pearl) and Mississippi Rivers
Wei-Jun Cai;Xianghui Guo;Xianghui Guo;Chen-Tung Arthur Chen;Minhan Dai.
Continental Shelf Research (2008)
Temporal and Spatial Distribution of Dissolved Oxygen in the Pearl River Estuary and Adjacent Coastal Waters
Kedong Yin;Kedong Yin;Zhifeng Lin;Zhiyuan Ke.
computer science symposium in russia (2004)
Species diversity and distribution for phytoplankton of the Pearl River estuary during rainy and dry seasons
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2004)
Monsoonal influence on seasonal variations in nutrients and phytoplankton biomass in coastal waters of Hong Kong in the vicinity of the Pearl River estuary
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2002)
Nitrogen isotope fractionation during nitrate, ammonium and urea uptake by marine diatoms and coccolithophores under various conditions of N availability
Nathalie A. Waser;Kedong Yin;Zhiming Yu;Kuninao Tada.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1998)
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