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Name:Shengli Wang

Title: Professor  Master advisor 


Graduate College:Lanzhou University


Academic degree:Ph.D

On-the-job information:Incumbency


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Mail box:wangshengl@lzu.edu.cn

Learning Experience

2003:  B.Sc, Environmental Engineering, Henan Agricultural University
2008:  Ph.D, Environmental Science, Lanzhou University

Research Direction

Chemical speciation, source, transport, transformation, fate and bioavailability of heavy metals in the environment;  remediation of contaminated soils and sediments  

Work Experience

2008.07-2010.04: Teaching Fellow, College of Earth and Environment Sciences, Lanzhou University
2010.05- 2019.11:  Associate Professor, College of Earth and Environment Sciences, Lanzhou University.
2019.12-        : College of Earth and Environment Sciences, Lanzhou University.


1.Teaching Course: Environmental Soil Science (for undergraduate students)
2.Teaching course: Environmental Chemistry (for graduate student or PhD students)


1.	Zang Fei, Wang Shengli* (Corresponding author), Nan Zhongren et al. Leachability of heavy metals in loess-amended dredged sediment from Northwest of China. ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY, 2019, 183: 109561.
2.	Bao Lili, Wang Shengli*, Sun Huiling et al. Assessment of source and health risk of metal(loid)s in indoor/outdoor dust of university dormitory in Lanzhou City, China. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH, 2019,26: 32333-32344.    
3.	Li Yepu, Wang Shengli*, Nan Zhongren et al. Accumulation, fractionation and health risk assessment of fluoride and heavy metals in soil-crop systems in northwest China. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 2019, 663: 307-314.
4.	 Zhang Q, Wang S*, Yousaf M, et al. Hydrochemical characteristics and water quality assessment of surface water in the northeast Tibetan plateau of China [J]. Water Science & Technology Water Supply, 2018, 18:1757-1768

5.	 Li Y, Wang S*, Zhang Q, et al. Accumulation, interaction and fractionation of fluoride and cadmium in sierozem and oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) in northwest China [J]. Plant Physiology & Biochemistry, 2018, 127: 457-468.

6.  Zhang Q, Wang S*, Nan Z , et al. Accumulation, fractionation, and risk assessment of mercury and arsenic in the soil-wheat system from the wastewater-irrigated soil in Baiyin, northwest China.[J]. Environmental Science & Pollution Research, 2018, 25(15):14856-14867.

7.  Chen Yazhou, Wang Shengli*, Nan Zhongren, et al. Effect of fluoride and cadmium stress on the uptake and translocation of fluoride and cadmium and other mineral nutrition elements in radish in single element or co-taminated sierozem [J]. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 2017, 134:54-61

8.  Li Y, Wang S*, Prete D, et al. Accumulation and interaction of fluoride and cadmium in the soil-wheat plant system from the wastewater irrigated soil of an oasis region in northwest China [J]. Science of the Total Environment, 2017, 595: 344-351.

9.  Zang F, Wang S*, Nan Z, et al. Immobilization of Cu, Zn, Cd and Pb in mine drainage stream sediment using Chinese loess [J]. Chemosphere, 2017, 181: 83-91.

10.  Zang F, Wang S*, Nan Z, et al. Influence of pH on the release and chemical fractionation of heavy metals in sediment from a suburban drainage stream in an arid mine-based oasis [J]. Journal of soil and sediment, 2017, 17: 2524-2536.

11.  Zang F, Wang S*, Nan Z, et al. Accumulation, spatio-temporal distribution, and risk assessment of heavy metals in the soil-corn system around a polymetallic mining area from the Loess Plateau, northwest China[J]. Geoderma, 2017, 305: 188-196.