Ke Pan (潘科)
Ke Pan (潘科)
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Trace metal contamination in estuarine and coastal environments in China
K Pan, WX Wang
Science of the total environment 421, 3-16, 2012
Microplastics in aquatic environments: occurrence, accumulation, and biological effects
S Xu, J Ma, R Ji, K Pan, AJ Miao
Science of the total environment 703, 134699, 2020
Face masks as a source of nanoplastics and microplastics in the environment: quantification, characterization, and potential for bioaccumulation
J Ma, F Chen, H Xu, H Jiang, J Liu, P Li, CC Chen, K Pan
Environmental Pollution 288, 117748, 2021
Combined toxicity of silver nanoparticles with hematite or plastic nanoparticles toward two freshwater algae
B Huang, ZB Wei, LY Yang, K Pan, AJ Miao
Environmental science & technology 53 (7), 3871-3879, 2019
Biodynamics to explain the difference of copper body concentrations in five marine bivalve species
K Pan, WX Wang
Environmental science & technology 43 (6), 2137-2143, 2009
Sponges and sediments as monitoring tools of metal contamination in the eastern coast of the Red Sea, Saudi Arabia
K Pan, OO Lee, PY Qian, WX Wang
Marine pollution bulletin 62 (5), 1140-1146, 2011
The subcellular fate of cadmium and zinc in the scallop Chlamys nobilis during waterborne and dietary metal exposure
K Pan, WX Wang
Aquatic toxicology 90 (4), 253-260, 2008
Mercury accumulation in marine bivalves: influences of biodynamics and feeding niche
K Pan, WX Wang
Environmental pollution 159 (10), 2500-2506, 2011
Mercury in wild fish from high-altitude aquatic ecosystems in the Tibetan Plateau
Q Zhang, K Pan, S Kang, A Zhu, WX Wang
Environmental science & technology 48 (9), 5220-5228, 2014
Mercury distribution, speciation and bioavailability in sediments from the Pearl River Estuary, Southern China
X Yu, H Li, K Pan, Y Yan, WX Wang
Marine pollution bulletin 64 (8), 1699-1704, 2012
Copper adsorption to microplastics and natural particles in seawater: a comparison of kinetics, isotherms, and bioavailability
CC Chen, X Zhu, H Xu, F Chen, J Ma, K Pan
Environmental Science & Technology 55 (20), 13923-13931, 2021
Mechanisms of algal biomass input enhanced microbial Hg methylation in lake sediments
P Lei, LM Nunes, YR Liu, H Zhong, K Pan
Environment international 126, 279-288, 2019
A review on mercury biogeochemistry in mangrove sediments: hotspots of methylmercury production?
P Lei, H Zhong, D Duan, K Pan
Science of The Total Environment 680, 140-150, 2019
Reconstructing the biokinetic processes of oysters to counteract the metal challenges: physiological acclimation
K Pan, WX Wang
Environmental science & technology 46 (19), 10765-10771, 2012
Estuarine pollution of metals in China: science and mitigation
WX Wang, K Pan, Q Tan, L Guo, SL Simpson
Environmental science & technology 48 (17), 9975-9976, 2014
Spatial variation and subcellular binding of metals in oysters from a large estuary in China
XJ Yu, K Pan, F Liu, Y Yan, WX Wang
Marine pollution bulletin 70 (1-2), 274-280, 2013
Allometry of cadmium and zinc concentrations and bioaccumulation in the scallop Chlamys nobilis
K Pan, WX Wang
Marine Ecology Progress Series 365, 115-126, 2008
Algal organic matter drives methanogen-mediated methylmercury production in water from eutrophic shallow lakes
P Lei, J Zhang, J Zhu, Q Tan, RWM Kwong, K Pan, T Jiang, M Naderi, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 55 (15), 10811-10820, 2021
Validation of biokinetic model of metals in the scallop Chlamys nobilis in complex field environments
KE Pan, WX Wang
Environmental science & technology 42 (16), 6285-6290, 2008
Using mercury isotopes to understand the bioaccumulation of Hg in the subtropical Pearl River Estuary, South China
R Yin, X Feng, J Zhang, K Pan, W Wang, X Li
Chemosphere 147, 173-179, 2016
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