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ISSN: 2573-458X

Environment Pollution and Climate Change
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Henglong Xu

Henglong Xu
Henglong Xu
Professor
Department of Marine Ecology, Ocean
University of China
China

Biography

Dr. Henglong Xu is a researcher at the University of China, China, specializing in the microbial ecology, ecological methodology, and environmental sciences in aquatic ecosystems.
He obtained his BSc. (Biology) in 1985 and MSc. (Zoology) in 1990 at the Zhandong Normal University, Ph.D. (Microbial Ecology) in 2004 at the Ocean University of China, China.
He is director of the Chinese Protozoological Society for, and referee member of the international journals such as “Progress in Oceanography”, “Science of the Total Environment”, “Microbial Ecology”, “Environmental Science and Pollution Research”, “Marine Pollution Bulletin” and “Oceanologia”.

Research Interest

Microbial ecology, Ecological methodology and Environmental sciences in aquatic ecosystems.

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Publications

Use of Protozoa for Assessing Water Quality in a Humid Subtropical Urban Wetland Ecosystem, Southern China

Cuicui Hou, Xinlu Shi, Guijie Liu, Songlu Liu, Xiaowen Zhu and Henglong Xu
Research Article: Environ Pollut Climate Change 2016, 1:1
DOI: 10.4172/2573-458X.1000105
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