2023 - Research.com Earth Science in China Leader Award
His primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Estuary, Hydrology, Seawater and Dissolved organic carbon. His Oceanography study frequently links to related topics such as Sink. His studies in Estuary integrate themes in fields like Environmental chemistry, Phytoplankton, Salinity and Seasonality.
In general Hydrology study, his work on Surface water, Drainage basin and Tributary often relates to the realm of Alkalinity, thereby connecting several areas of interest. The various areas that Minhan Dai examines in his Seawater study include Carbon cycle, Physical geography, Reef, Current and Diurnal temperature variation. In his study, Mineralogy is inextricably linked to Total organic carbon, which falls within the broad field of Dissolved organic carbon.
Minhan Dai focuses on Oceanography, Estuary, Environmental chemistry, Seawater and South china. His work carried out in the field of Oceanography brings together such families of science as Phytoplankton and Surface water. Minhan Dai interconnects Hydrology, Organic matter and Salinity in the investigation of issues within Estuary.
His research investigates the connection between Environmental chemistry and topics such as Nitrate that intersect with problems in Nitrification. The Seawater study which covers Mineralogy that intersects with Fractionation. His Upwelling research integrates issues from Continental shelf and Sink.
Minhan Dai spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Estuary, Environmental chemistry, Biogeochemical cycle and Hypoxia. The Oceanography study combines topics in areas such as Surface water and Seasonality. His Surface water study incorporates themes from Seawater and Sink.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Water mass and Nitrification in addition to Estuary. His Environmental chemistry research includes elements of Abundance, Organic matter, Salinity, Nitrous oxide and Denitrification. His Biogeochemical cycle research focuses on Biogenic silica and how it connects with Isotope fractionation, Particulates, Fractionation, Deposition and Authigenic.
Minhan Dai mainly investigates Oceanography, Atmospheric sciences, Hypoxia, Estuary and Biogeochemical cycle. His biological study focuses on Ocean acidification. His studies in Atmospheric sciences integrate themes in fields like El Niño Southern Oscillation and Carbon cycle.
His Estuary study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Organic matter. His work in Organic matter covers topics such as Denitrification which are related to areas like Environmental chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Biogeochemical cycle brings together such families of science as Sink and Upwelling.
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Acidification of subsurface coastal waters enhanced by eutrophication
Wei-Jun Cai;Xinping Hu;Wei-Jen Huang;Michael C. Murrell.
Nature Geoscience (2011)
Spatial and seasonal distributions of carbonaceous aerosols over China
J. J. Cao;J. J. Cao;J. J. Cao;Shun-cheng Lee;J. C. Chow;J. G. Watson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Air-sea exchange of carbon dioxide in ocean margins: A province-based synthesis
Wei-Jun Cai;Minhan Dai;Yongchen Wang.
Geophysical Research Letters (2006)
The biogeochemistry of inorganic carbon and nutrients in the Pearl River estuary and the adjacent Northern South China Sea
Wei-Jun Cai;Minhan Dai;Yongchen Wang;Weidong Zhai.
Continental Shelf Research (2004)
First data on trace metal level and behaviour in two major Arctic river-estuarine systems (Ob and Yenisey) and in the adjacent Kara Sea, Russia
Min-Han Dai;Jean-Marie Martin.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1995)
High partial pressure of CO2 and its maintaining mechanism in a subtropical estuary: the Pearl River estuary, China
Weidong Zhai;Minhan Dai;Minhan Dai;Wei-Jun Cai;Yongchen Wang.
Marine Chemistry (2005)
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)
Significance of colloids in the biogeochemical cycling of organic carbon and trace metals in the Venice Lagoon (Italy)
Jean-Marie Martin;Min-Han Dai;Gustave Cauwet.
Limnology and Oceanography (1995)
Oxygen depletion in the upper reach of the Pearl River estuary during a winter drought
Minhan Dai;Xianghui Guo;Weidong Zhai;Liangying Yuan.
Marine Chemistry (2006)
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)
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