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GIG successfully hole " Managing the Future of Our Environment: Fate and Remediation of Contaminants in Air, Water, and Sediment " International Symposium TEXT SIZE: A A A

Nov. 12-14, hosted by Guangzhou Geochemistry of the Chinese Academy of Sciences Guangzhou, and South China University of Technology and the U.S. state of New Jersey's Rutgers University co-organized “Managing the Future of Our Environment: Fate and Remediation of Contaminants in Air, Water, and Sediment” international seminar was successfully held in Guangzhou. The seminar is sponsored by GIG’s researcher Peng ping’an, a well-known U.S. environmental microbiologist, the U.S. state of New Jersey Rutgers University professor Lily Young and Huang Weilin, co-sponsored the activities. More than 30 experts and scholars that from the United States, Hong Kong, domestic universities and research institutions and 50 graduate students attended the meeting.
During the meeting, from Rutgers University, 11 experts and scholars in the United States Hudson River history and current situation as an example, introduced the environmental pollution control and the successful experience of the future development of USA as well as new methods of environmental research, technology and the latest research results, and so on. And domestic experts and scholars in the field of pollution in the Pearl River Delta and control characteristics of an extensive exchange of views
The success of the seminar provided the reference technology and Countermeasures for Pearl River Delta‘s increasingly prominent environmental problems, promoted the China-related disciplines in the field of development, at the same time to promote Chinese and foreign scholars in the field of environmental science and technology cooperation and academic exchanges.

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