(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Jung Wang

Beneficiary country: 
Wang Jung China Né(e) le 2 October 1975 dans Shan’xi Province, China;
Country of study: 
Last degree obtained: 

East China Normal University: PhD in Science, June 2005.

Scholarly work and publications: 

Evaluation of Dissolved Inorganic Nitrogen Eliminating Capability of the Sediment in the Tidal Wetland of the Yangtze Estuary – J. Geogr. Sci. (2009-SCI).

Quantitative Spatial Characteristics and Environmental Risk of Toxic Heavy Metals in Urban Dusts of Shanghai, China – Environ. Earth Sci. (2009-SCI).

Human Health Risk Assessment of Lead Pollution in Atmospheric Deposition in Baoshan District, Shanghai – Environ. Geochem. Health (2011-SCI).

Fifty-year Rainfall Change and its Effect on Droughts and Floods in Wenzhou China – Natural Hazards (2011-SCI).

The MIKE Model Application to Overtopping Risk Assessment of Seawalls and Levees in Shanghai – Int. J. Disaster Risk Sci. (2011).

What the fellow says:

"The scholarship gave me a chance to study and widen my vision abroad, and guide me to make correct choice of my own future development."