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(1) Speciation, transformation, bioavailability, and toxicity of trace metals;
(2) Fate and ecotoxicology of emerging chemicals (nanoparticles & rare earth elements) in soil environment;
(3) Biogeochemistry cycle of trace elements;
(4) Development of soil remediation strategies on a regional or site-specific basis.
We all depend on soil for a wide diversity of ecosystem services, for the production of food and water (provisioning), for the control of climate and disease (regulating), for global elemental cycles (supporting), and for spiritual and recreational benefits (cultural). But unfortunately soil is a fragile resource. Anthropogenic activities are increasingly causing soil degradation and decline in biodiversity which in turn threatens to diminish the capacity of the earth to sustain us. Often soil can become contaminated with trace elements due to either accidental or deliberate release. My research interests center around the behavior, fate, bioavailability, and effects of trace elements in the soil environment, with a view to improve ecological risk assessment and remediation of contaminated soils. To develop a qualitative and quantitative understanding of the environmental processes and impact of trace elements, I perform laboratory experiments, conduct field studies, and apply modeling to test ideas and hypotheses.
2010 - 2014: Ph.D. in Environmental Science, Leiden University, the Netherlands
2008 - 2010: M.Sc. in Environmental Engineering, Sun Yat-sen University, CN
2004 - 2008: B.Sc. in Environmental Engineering, Nanjing University of Science & Technology, CN
Xia, B.; Qiu, H.*; Knorr, K.-H.; Blodau, C.; Qiu, R., Occurrence and fate of colloids and colloid-associated metals in a mining-impacted agricultural soil upon prolonged flooding. J Hazard Mater 2018, 348, 56-66.
Qiu, H.*; Smolders, E., Nanospecific phytotoxicity of CuO nanoparticles in soils disappeared when bioavailability factors were considered. Environmental Science & Technology 2017. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.7b01892
He, E.; Qiu, H.*; Qiu, R.; Rentenaar,C.; Devresse, Q.; Van Gestel,C.A.M., Time-dependent uptake and toxicity of nickel to Enchytraeus crypticus in the presence of humic acid and fulvic acid. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2017, DOI: 10.1002/etc.3870.
Qiu, H.; He, E.*, Development of electrostatic-based bioavailability models for interpreting and predicting differential phytotoxicity and uptake of metal mixtures across different soils, Environmental Pollution 2017, 226: 308-316.
Qiu, H.*; Versieren, L.; Rangel, G. G.; Smolders, E., Interactions and toxicity of Cu-Zn mixtures to Hordeum vulgare in different soils can be rationalized with bioavailability-based prediction models. Environmental Science & Technology 2016, 50: 1014-1022.
Qiu, H.*; Vijver, M. G.; He, E.; Liu, Y.; Wang, P.; Xia, B.; Smolders, E.; Versieren, L.; Peijnenburg, W. J. M., Incorporating bioavailability into toxicity assessment of Cu-Ni, Cu-Cd, and Ni-Cd mixtures with the extended biotic ligand model and the WHAM-Ftox approach. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 2015, 22: 19213-19223.
Qiu, H.; Vijver, M. G.; Van Gestel, C. A. M.; He, E.; Peijnenburg, W.J.G.M.*, Modeling Cd and Ni toxicity to earthworms with the Free Ion Approach. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 2014, 33: 438-46.
Qiu, H.*; Vijver, M. G.; Van Gestel, C. A. M.; Peijnenburg, W. J. G. M., Can commonly measurable traits explain differences in metal accumulation and toxicity in earthworm species? Ecotoxicology 2014, 23: 21-32.
Qiu, H.*; Vijver, M. G.; He, E.; Peijnenburg, W. J. G. M., Predicting copper toxicity to different earthworm species using a multi-component Freundlich model. Environmental Science & Technology 2013, 47: 4796-4803.
Qiu, H.; Gu, H. H.; He, E.K.; Wang, S.Z.*; Qiu, R.L., Attenuation of metal bioavailability in acidic multi-metal contaminated soil treated with fly ash and steel slag. Pedosphere 2012, 22: 544-553.
Qiu, H.; Vijver, M. G.; Peijnenburg, W. J. G. M.* Interactions of cadmium and zinc impact their toxicity to the earthworm Aporrectodea caliginosa.Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 2011, 30: 2084-2093.
Rangel, G. G.; Versieren, L.; Qiu, H.; Smolders, E.*, Additive toxicity of zinc and arsenate on root elongation of barley (Hordeum vulgare).Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 2017, 36: 1556-1562.
Yang, Y.; Zhang, W.*; Qiu, H.; Tsang, D. C. W.; Morel, J.-L.; Qiu, R.*, Effect of coexisting Al(III) ions on Pb(II) sorption on biochars: Role of pH buffer and competition. Chemosphere 2016, 161, 438-445.
Yao, A.; Wang, Y.; Ling, X.; Chen, Z.; Tang, Y.; Qiu, H.; Ying, R.; Qiu, R.*, Effects of an iron-silicon material, a synthetic zeolite and an alkaline clay on vegetable uptake of As and Cd from a polluted agricultural soil and proposed remediation mechanisms. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 39: 353-367.
He, E.; Qiu, H.; Dimitrova, K.; Van Gestel, C. A. M.*, A generic biotic ligand model quantifying the development in time of Ni toxicity to Enchytraeus crypticus. Chemosphere 2015, 124: 170-176.
Liu, Y.*; Vijver, M. G.; Qiu, H.; Baas, J.; Peijnenburg, W. J. G. M., Statistically significant deviations from additivity: What do they mean in assessing toxicity of mixtures? Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 2015, 122: 37-44.
He, E.; Qiu, H.; Van Gestel, C. A. M.*, Modelling uptake and toxicity of nickel in solution to Enchytraeus crypticus with biotic ligand model theory.Environmental Pollution 2014, 188: 17-26.
Wang, S. Z.; Zhao, Z. H.; Xia, B.; Qiu, H.; Morel, J. L.; Qiu, R. L.*, A fuzzy-based methodology for an aggregative environmental risk assessment of restored soil. Pedosphere 2014, 24: 220-231.
Gu, H. H.; Qiu, H.; Tian, T.; Zhan, S. S.; Deng, T. H. B.; Chaney, R. L.; Wang, S. Z.; Tang, Y. T.; Morel, J. L.; Qiu, R. L.*, Mitigation effects of silicon rich amendments on heavy metal accumulation in rice (Oryza sativa L.) planted on multi-metal contaminated acidic soil. Chemosphere 2011, 83: 1234-1240.
Ying, R. R.; Qiu, R. L.*; Tang, Y. T.; Hu, P. J.; Qiu, H.; Chen, H. R.; Shi, T. H.; Morel, J. L., Cadmium tolerance of carbon assimilation enzymes and chloroplast in Zn/Cd hyperaccumulator Picris divaricata. Journal of Plant Physiology 2010, 167: 81-87.
Qiu, R. L.*; Wang, S. Z.; Qiu, H.; Wang, X.; Liao, J.; Zhang, Z., Acid deposition critical loads modeling for the simulation of sulfur exceedance and reduction in Guangdong, China. Journal of Environmental Sciences 2009, 21: 1108-1117.