What's New

Picarro Combustion Module Installed

11 November 2019

We are thrilled to announce that our Picarro Combustion Module has been successfully installed and ready to be used with our Picarro G2201-i Isotope Analyser. The setup, called the Picarro Combustion Module Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CM-CRDS) system, is able to measure the carbon isotopic (δ13C) composition of solid, liquid, and gaseous samples with carbon content as low as 250mg.

 

New Team Members

4 November 2019

We have new additions to the lab - welcome Rinaldi GOTAMA and Hei-nin KWONG as Research Assistants to work on the "Value of small mangrove patches in the Pearl River Estuary on commercial fisheries" project!

 

New Publication

22 July 2019

A new policy paper discussing the issues hampering effective mangrove restoration:

Lee et al. Nature Ecology and Evolution 3: 870-872; June 2019

 

New Team Members

16 July 2019

Welcome Dr Fen GUO, Leo CHIU-LEUNG, and Michael MA to the team! They will be working on the ECF "Trophodynamics of soft-sediment coastal habitats in Hong Kong" project. Moving on, we are expecting 2 PhD students (Zhaoliang CHEN and Xueqin GAO) and two post-doctoral fellows (Dr Felix LEUNG and Dr Mingfeng LIU) in September.

Mangrove Macrobenthos and Management Meeting 2019

1 - 5 July 2019

I attended the 5th international Mangrove Macrobenthos and Management meeting (MMM5) as a keynote speaker. The MMM is a series of international conferences focusing on the understanding, conservation, and sustainable use of the mangrove ecosystem. This was the first MMM to be held in Southeast Asia, the centre of biodiversity and mangrove ecosystem.

Image courtesy of the 5th International Mangrove Macrobenthos and Management Meeting

ENSURE Grant Granted

10 October 2018

Our proposal for the CUHK-Exeter Joint Centre for Environmental Sustainability and Resilience (ENSURE) Grant has been successful, and we will commence on this project shortly:

Sustainability of coastal megalopolises in the face of global environmental change: China’s Greater Bay Area

This highly-multidisciplinary project involves expertise from multiple faculties, namely Life Sciences, Earth System Sciences, Geography and Resource Management, Government and Public Administration, and Law, from both the CUHK and the University of Exeter.

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