We study the sources, transport, fate, and bioavailability of contaminants and nutrients in ecosystems and their impacts on public health, with an emphasis on linking global environmental changes to ecological and human health. Our research scheme is highly interdisciplinary, as illustrated in the graph below.
We are recruiting students (see details). Our group highly values inclusion, diversity, and equality. We wholeheartedly encourage women, ethnic minorities, and other under-represented groups to join us.
M. Li, et al. 2020. Assessing lead contamination sources in the northeast Pacific Ocean. Anthropocene. PDF
M. Li, et al. 2020. Selenium and stable mercury isotopes provide new insights into mercury toxicokinetics in pilot whales. Science of the Total Environment. PDF