Prof. Jun Wang | Soil Contamination Risk and Control, Environmental Toxicology | Best Researcher Award

Shandong Agricultural University, China

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits:

Dr. Jun Wang's academic journey began with a strong foundation in environmental science, leading to his pursuit of a Ph.D. degree from Shandong Agricultural University (SDAU) in China. His early academic endeavors laid the groundwork for his future contributions in the field of soil contamination risk and control, and environmental toxicology.

Professional Endeavors:

Upon completing his Ph.D., Dr. Wang embarked on a remarkable professional journey, joining SDAU as a professor in the College of Resources and Environment. Throughout his career, he has demonstrated a deep commitment to advancing environmental science through research, teaching, and collaboration.

Contributions and Research Focus:

His research focuses on soil contamination risk and control, environmental toxicology, and environmental pollution and remediation. His contributions span a wide range of areas, including the development of innovative detection methods for soil pollutants, ecological risk assessment of soil pollution, and soil pollution control strategies.

Accolades and Recognition:

His dedication to environmental science has been recognized with numerous accolades and awards, including being selected as one of the Top 100 most productive authors in the world in "Environmental Science" and "Agrobiology" in 2021. His research has also garnered attention for its impact and significance in addressing environmental challenges.

Impact and Influence:

With over 150 papers published in prestigious international journals and a high citation index, His work has made a significant impact on the field of environmental science. His research has contributed to advancing our understanding of soil contamination and has practical implications for environmental management and policy.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

His legacy lies in his groundbreaking research, mentorship of research scholars, and leadership in professional organizations. His ongoing commitment to advancing environmental science promises continued contributions to addressing global environmental challenges and shaping the future of the field.


A total of  7348 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

  • Citations              7348
  • h-index                47
  • Documents         274

Notable Publications 

Enhanced remediation of chlorpyrifos-contaminated soil by immobilized strain Bacillus H27

Dynamic ion exchange engineering bismuth ferrite-derived Bi2O2CO3 for rapid piezo-photocatalytic degradation of tetracycline

Soil health hazards of di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate: New perspectives on earthworms from different ecological niches DNA damage, gut microbial disruption and soil enzyme changes

Rhizosphere bacteria G-H27 significantly promoted the degradation of chlorpyrifos and fosthiazate

Characteristics of biological manganese oxides produced by manganese-oxidizing bacteria H38 and its removal mechanism of oxytetracycline

Expanding the insight of ecological risk on the novel chiral pesticide mefentrifluconazole: Mechanism of enantioselective toxicity to earthworms (Eisenia fetida)

One-pot preparation of Bi/BiOF/Bi2O2CO3 Z-scheme heterojunction with enhanced photocatalysis activity for ciprofloxacin degradation under simulated sunlight

Combined toxic effects of polystyrene microplastics and 3,6-dibromocarbazole on zebrafish (Danio rerio) embryos


Jun Wang | Soil Contamination Risk and Control, Environmental Toxicology | Best Researcher Award

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