Dr. Bing Chen
Dr. Bing Chen
Professor & Head, Civil Engineering; Director, NRPOP Lab; Director, PEOPLE Network
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TitleCited byYear
Identification of optimal strategies for improving eco-resilience to floods in ecologically vulnerable regions of a wetland
YP Cai, GH Huang, Q Tan, B Chen
Ecological Modelling 222 (2), 360-369, 2011
972011
ITOM: an interval-parameter two-stage optimization model for stochastic planning of water resources systems
I Maqsood, G Huang, Y Huang, B Chen
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 19 (2), 125-133, 2005
942005
Simulation-based process optimization for surfactant-enhanced aquifer remediation at heterogeneous DNAPL-contaminated sites
XS Qin, GH Huang, A Chakma, B Chen, GM Zeng
Science of the Total Environment 381 (1-3), 17-37, 2007
852007
Investigation of public’s perception towards rural sustainable development based on a two-level expert system
YP Cai, GH Huang, ZF Yang, W Sun, B Chen
Expert Systems with Applications 36 (5), 8910-8924, 2009
722009
An interval-parameter waste-load-allocation model for river water quality management under uncertainty
X Qin, G Huang, B Chen, B Zhang
Environmental management 43 (6), 999-1012, 2009
642009
Screening of biosurfactant producers from petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated sources in cold marine environments
Q Cai, B Zhang, B Chen, Z Zhu, W Lin, T Cao
Marine pollution bulletin 86 (1-2), 402-410, 2014
612014
Offshore oil spill response practices and emerging challenges
P Li, Q Cai, W Lin, B Chen, B Zhang
Marine Pollution Bulletin 110 (1), 6-27, 2016
552016
Fingerprint and weathering characteristics of crude oils after Dalian oil spill, China
C Wang, B Chen, B Zhang, S He, M Zhao
Marine pollution bulletin 71 (1-2), 64-68, 2013
532013
FSILP: Fuzzy-stochastic-interval linear programming for supporting municipal solid waste management
P Li, B Chen
Journal of environmental management 92 (4), 1198-1209, 2011
472011
Offshore produced water management: A review of current practice and challenges in harsh/Arctic environments
J Zheng, B Chen, W Thanyamanta, K Hawboldt, B Zhang, B Liu
Marine pollution bulletin 104 (1-2), 7-19, 2016
432016
Assessment of cleaner production options for alcohol industry of China: a study in the Shouguang Alcohol Factory
HC Guo, B Chen, XL Yu, GH Huang, L Liu, XH Nie
Journal of Cleaner Production 14 (1), 94-103, 2006
422006
A review of ballast water management practices and challenges in harsh and arctic environments
L Jing, B Chen, B Zhang, H Peng
Environmental Reviews 20 (2), 83-108, 2012
382012
Field Investigation and Hydrological Modelling of a Subarctic Wetland-the Deer River Watershed.
L Jing, B Chen
Journal of Environmental Informatics 17 (1), 2011
362011
Naphthalene degradation in seawater by UV irradiation: the effects of fluence rate, salinity, temperature and initial concentration
L Jing, B Chen, B Zhang, J Zheng, B Liu
Marine pollution bulletin 81 (1), 149-156, 2014
352014
Water resource supporting capacity of Chaidamu Basin
L Lijuan, G Huaicheng, C Bing, S Hailin
Chinese Journal of Environmental Science 21 (2), 20-23, 2000
322000
Parameter uncertainty analysis of surface flow and sediment yield in the Huolin Basin, China
C Xue, B Chen, H Wu
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 19 (6), 1224-1236, 2013
312013
Climate Change and Pesticide Loss in Watershed Systems: A Simulation Modeling Study.
B Chen
Journal of Environmental Informatics 10 (2), 2007
292007
GIS-based distributed model for simulating runoff and sediment load in the Malian River Basin
YF Huang, X Chen, GH Huang, B Chen, GM Zeng, JB Li, J Xia
The Interactions between Sediments and Water, 127-134, 2003
292003
Deciphering the roles of the constitutive androstane receptor in energy metabolism
J Yan, B Chen, J Lu, W Xie
Acta Pharmacologica Sinica 36 (1), 62, 2015
282015
A hybrid fuzzy stochastic analytical hierarchy process (FSAHP) approach for evaluating ballast water treatment technologies
L Jing, B Chen, B Zhang, H Peng
Environmental Systems Research 2 (1), 10, 2013
252013
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