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Bibliography, chronological order.

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   1996

1.    Cai, Q. H., H. Z. Wang & Y. L. Liang, 1996. Stepwise Discriminant Analysis for the ecological characters of 18 lakes around the Chinese Zhongshan Station and Great Wall Station, Antarctica. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 20(1): 83-85.In Chinese with English abstract[CaiWang96ActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

1997

2.    Cai, Q. H., J. Wang, Z. S. Li, W. S. Feng, H. Z. Wang & Y. L. Liang, 1997. Evaluation of environmental quality of some lakes around Chinese Zhongshan Station and Great Wall Station, Antarctica, based on Trophic State Index. Oceanologia et Limnologia Sinica, 28 (supplement): 134-138. (In Chinese with English abstract)  [CaiWang97OceanolLimnolSin.pdf]

3.    Li, Z. S., J. Wang, H. Z. Wang, X. M. Liang, W. S. Feng, Z. H. Lei, X. D. Chen & Y. L. Liang, 1997. A comparative study on hydrochemical properties of lakes on Fildes Peninsula, West Antarctica and on Larsemann Hills, east Antarctica. Chinese Journal of Polar Research, 9(3): 176-181. (In Chinese with English abstract) [LiWang97ChinJPolRes.pdf]

4.    Wang, H. Z. & Y. L. Liang, 1997. Two new species of Oligochaeta (Annelida) from King George Island, Antarctica. Oceanologia et Limnologia Sinica, 28 (supplement): 177-184. (In Chinese with English abstract)  [Wang97OceanolLimnolSin.pdf]

5.    Wang, H. Z. & Y. L. Liang, 1997. Analyses of distribution and faunal relationship of inland-water microdrile Oligochaeta (Annelida) in the world and China. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 21 (supplement): 93-102. [Wang97ActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

6.    Wang, J., W. S. Feng & H. Z. Wang, 1997. Temporal and spacial distribution of Chlorophyll a and primary production of planktonic algae in West Lake, Antarctica. Oceanologia et Limnologia Sinica, 28(supplement): 171-176. (In Chinese with English abstract)[WangWang97aOceanolLimnolSin.pdf]

7.    Wang, J., Y. L. Liang, H. Z. Wang & W. S. Feng, 1997. The Chlorophyll a content and primary production of planktonic algae in freshwaters of Fildes Peninsula, Antarctica. Oceanologia et Limnologia Sinica, 28 (supplement): 148-154. (In Chinese with English abstract)  [WangWang97bOceanolLimnolSin.pdf]

1998

8.    Liang, Y. L. & H. Z. Wang, 1998. Microdrile oligochaetes (Annelida: Oligochaeta). In: W. Y. Yin et al. (eds.), Pictorial Keys to Soil Animals of China. Beijing: Science Press, pp. 90-98, 105, 97bb476-480. (In Chinese) [LiangWang98PicKey.pdf]

9.     Liang, Y. L., H. Z. Wang & Z. C. Xie, 1998. Studies on the aquatic Oligochaeta of China, IV. Diagnoses of new records and rare species of Naididae and Tubificidae. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 22(1): 54-61. (In Chinese with English abstract) [LiangWang98ActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

10.  Wang, H. Z., 1998. Sampling methods of soil annelids. In: R. Z. Zhang, et al. (eds.), pp. 42-45. Methods of Soil Zoology. Beijing: Chinese Forestry Publishing House. (In Chinese) [Wang98MethSoilZool.pdf]

11.  Wang, H. Z. & Y. L. Liang, 1998.A review of Chinese microdrile oligochaetological study. In: D. S. Niu (ed.), Systematics in China: Retrospect and Prospect. Beijing: Chinese Forestry Publishing House, pp. 4957.(In Chinese) [Wang98RevChinMiOli.pdf]

12. Wu, X. P., H. Z. Wang & Y. L. Liang, 1998. Classification and characters of freshwater Unionacea (Bivalvia). In: D. S. Niu (ed.), Systematics in China: Retrospect and Prospect. Beijing: Chinese Forestry Publishing House, pp.69-72. (In Chinese) [WuWang98RevUnio.pdf]

1999

13. Liang, Y. L. & H. Z. Wang, 1999. Chapter 3. Community Ecology. In: J. K. Liu (ed.), Advanced Hydrobiology. Beijing: Science Press, pp. 77-99. (In Chinese)[LiangWang99CommEco.pdf]

14. Liang, Y. L. & H. Z. Wang, 1999. Chapter 10. Zoobenthos. In: J. K. Liu (ed.), Advanced Hydrobiology. Beijing: Science Press, pp. 241-259. (In Chinese)[LiangWang99Benthos.pdf] 

15. Wang, H. Z, 1999. Limnological studies in China: my own experiences and perspectives. RIKUSUI-TSUSHIN, 21: 4-5. (in Japanese)[Wang99RikTsu.pdf]

16. Wang, H. Z., Z. C. Xie & Y. L. Liang, 1999. Records of Enchytraeidae (Clitellata) from the Peoples Republic of China. Hydrobiologia, 406: 57-66. [Wang99Hydrobiologia.pdf]

17. Wang, H. Z., Z. C. Xie, X. P. Wu & Y. L. Liang, 1999. A preliminary study of zoobenthos in the Poyang Lake, the largest freshwater lake of China, and its adjoining reaches of Changjiang River. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 23 (supplement): 132-138.[Wang99ActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

18. Wu, X. P., Y. L. Liang, S. Ouyang, H. Z. Wang & T. H. Wu, 1999. On population ecology of Sphaerium lacustre (Müller) of Donghu Lake, Wuhan, China. In: China Zoological Society (ed.), Zoological Studies in China. Chinese Forestry Publishing House, Beijing, pp.334-339. (In Chinese with English abstract)[WuWang99Sphaerium.pdf]

19. Wu, X. P., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 1999. A comparative study on glochidial morphology of Unionidae (Bivalvia), I. Unio douglasiae, Cuneopsis pisciulus, Acuticosta chinensis and Acuticosta ovata. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 23 (2): 141-145. (In Chinese with English abstract)[WuWang99aActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

20.  Wu, X. P., Y. L. Liang, H. Z. Wang & S. Ouyang, 1999. Morphological characters of glochidia of Unionidae and the taxonomic significance. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 23 (supplement): 139-147.[WuWang99bActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

21.  Xie, Z. C., H. Z. Wang & Y. L. Liang, 1999. Studies on the Enchytraeidae (Oligochaeta, Annelida) of China, I. On new species and new records of the genus Hemienchytraeus. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica23(4): 352-358. [XieWang99aActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

22.  Xie, Z. C., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 1999. Taxonomic study of Fridericia (Enchytraeidae, Oligochaeta) along the Changjiang (Yangtze) Basin. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 23 (supplement): 158-163. [XieWang99bActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

23. Xie, Z. C., Y. L. Liang, J. Wang, H. Z. Wang, R. Q. Liu & W. S. Feng, 1999. Preliminary studies of macroinvertebrates of the mainstream of the Changjiang (Yangtze) River. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 23 (supplement): 148-157. [XieWang99cActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

24.  Yan, Y. J., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 1999. Production of gastropods in Lake Biandantang, I. Annual production of Bellamya aeruginosa. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 23 (4): 346-351. (In Chinese with English abstract) [YanWang99aActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

25. Yan, Y. J. & H. Z. Wang, 1999. Abundance and production of Branchiura sowerbyi (Oligochaeta: Tubificidae) in two typical shallow lakes (Hubei, China). Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, 17(1): 79-85. [YanWang99aChinJOceanolLimnol.pdf]

26. Yan, Y. J., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 1999. Annual production of five species of Chironomidae (Diptera) in Houhu Lake, a typical algal lake (Wuhan, China). Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, 17(2): 112-118. [YanWang99bChinJOceanolLimnol.pdf]

27. Yan, Y. J., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 1999. Energy flow of Bellamya aeruginosa in a shallow macrophyte-dominated lake, Lake Biandantang. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 23 (supplement): 115-121. [YanWang99bActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

2000

28. Liang, Y. L. & H. Z. Wang, 2000. Annelida, Oligochaeta, Microdrile oligochaetes. In: W. Y. Yin, et al. (ed.), Pictorial Keys to Soil Animals of China. Science Press, Beijing, pp. 90-98, 473-478. [LiangWang00PicKey.pdf]

29.  Wang, H. Z., 2000. On the role of EQ in postgraduate study. Chinese Postgraduate Education, 90(1):13-14. (In Chinese)[Wang00EQRole.pdf]

30.    Wang, H. Z., Z. C. Xie & Y. L. Liang, 2000. Seasonal dynamics and vertical distribution of enchytraeid guild in Luojianshan, Wuhan, China. In: W. Y. Yin, et al. (eds.), Soil Animals of China. Science Press, Beijing, pp.182191. (In Chinese) [Wang00SoilAnimChin.pdf]

31.  Wang, H. Z., Z. C. Xie & Y. L. Liang, 2000. A new terrestrial species of Bothrioneurum (Oligochaeta, Tubificidae) from Hunan Province, China. Species Diversity, 5 (1): 7-12.  [Wang00SpeDiv.pdf]

32. Wu, X. P., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 2000. A comparative study on glochidial morphology of Unionidae (Bivalvia), II. Lanceolaria, Lamprotula, Hyriopsis and Cristaria. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 24 (3): 252-256. (In Chinese with English abstract) [WuWang00ActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

33.    Wu, X. P., Y. L. Liang, H. Z. Wang, Z. C. Xie & S. Ouyang, 2000. Distribution and species diversity of freshwater Mollusca of lakes along mid-lower reaches of the Yangtze River. Journal of Lake Sciences, 12(2): 111118. (In Chinese with English abstract) [WuWang00JLaSci.pdf]

34.    Wu, X. P., S. Ouyang, Y. L. Liang, H. Z. Wang & Y. F. Yu, 2000. Comparative studies on shell and radular morphology of Bellamya (Gastropoda: Viviparidae). Journal of Nanchang University (Natural Science), 24(1): 1-5. (In Chinese with English abstract)[WuWang00JNanChangUni.pdf]

35.    Xie, Z. C., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 2000. A new species of Marionina (Oligochaeta: Annelida: Enchytraeidae). Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica, 25(2):143-146. [XieWang00ActaZootaxSin.pdf]

36.    Xie, Z. C., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 2000. Enchytraeus chaoyangensis, a new terrestrial culture species (Enchytraeidae, Oligochaeta) from northeastern China. Acta Hydrobiol., 42 (1/2): 69-72.[XieWang00ActaHydrobiol.pdf]

37.    Xie, Z. C., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 2000. Two new species of Fridericia (Enchytraeidae, Oligochaeta) from Changbaishan Mountain, Jilin Province, China. Species Diversity, 5: 53-58. [XieWang00aSpeDiv.pdf]

38.    Xie, Z. C., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 2000. A taxonomic study of Bryodrilus (Enchytraeidae, Oligochaeta) from Changbaishan Mountain, China. Species Diversity, 5: 93-101. [XieWang00bSpeDiv.pdf]

39.    Yan, Y. J., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 2000. Annual production of Bellamya aeruginosa in Houhu Lake, Wuhan. Journal of Lake Sciences, 12 (1): 68-72. (In Chinese with English abstract) [YanWang00JLaSci.pdf]

2001

40.  Wang, H. Z. & C. Erséus, 2001. Marine Phallodrilinae (Oligochaeta, Tubificidae) of Hainan Island in southern China. Hydrobiologia, 462: 199-204. [Wang01aHydrobiologia.pdf]

41.    Wang, H. Z. & Y. L. Liang, 2001. A preliminary study of oligochaetes in Poyang Lake, the largest freshwater lake of China, and its vicinity, with description of a new species of Limnodrilus. Hydrobiologia, 463: 29-38. (SCI) [Wang01bHydrobiologia.pdf]

42.    Yan, Y. J., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 2001. Production of gastropods in Lake Biandantang, II. Annual production of Parafossarulus striatulus. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 25 (1): 36-41. (In Chinese with English abstract)[YanWang01ActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

43.    Yan, Y. J., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 2001. Energy flow of Bellamya aeruginosa in a shallow algal lake, Houhu Lake (Wuhan, China). Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, 19 (3): 243-248. [YanWang01JOceanolLimnol.pdf]

2002

44.   Gibson, R. & H. Z. Wang, 2003. A new genus and species of freshwater Monostiliferous hoplonemertean (Nemertea, Enopla) from the Peoples Republic of China. Hydrobiologia 489:185-196.GibsonWang02Hydrobiologia.pdf 

45.  Wang, H. Z., 2002. Studies on taxonomy, distribution and ecology of microdrile Oligochaetes of China, with description of two new species from the vicinity of the Great Wall Station of China, Antarctica. Higher Education, Press Beijing. (In Chinese with English summary)

46. Wang, H. Z. & Y. L. Liang, 2002. Seasonal dynamics and vertical distribution of enchytraeids in Luojiashan, Wuhan, China. Natura Jutlandica, Occasional Papers, 2: 17-24.Wang02NatJut.pdf

47. Yan, Y. J., Y. L. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 2002. Production of gastropods in Biandantang Lake of BaoAnHu, III. Annual Production of Alocinma ongicornis. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 26 (4): 322-326.YanWang02ActaHydrobiolSin.pdf

2003

48. Xu, Q. Q., H. Z. Wang & S. P. Zhang, 2003. The impact of overstocking of mitten crab, Eriocheir sinensis, on lacustrine zoobenthos community. Acata Hydrobiologica Sinica, 27 (1)41-46. (In Chinese with English abstract)[XuWang03ActaHydrobiolSin.pdf

49.    Wang, H. Z. & C. Erséus, 2003. Marine Rhyacodrilinae (Oligochaeta, Tubificidae) of Hainan Island in southern China. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 37: 205-217.[Wang03 NewZealJMarFresh.pdf]

50.    Erséus, C. & H. Z. Wang, 2003. Marine Tubificidae (Oligochaeta) of the Dampier area, Western Australia. In: F. E. Well, D. Walker and D. S. Jones (eds)The Marine Flora and Fauna of DampierWestern Australia. Western Australian Museum, Perth, 363-393.[ErséusWang03Dampier.pdf]

51.    Rota, E., C. Erséus and H. Z. Wang, 2003. Grania ocarina sp. n., G. darwinensis (Coates and Stacey) comb. n., and other marine Enchytraeidae (Oligochaeta) from the Dampier area, Western Australia, Australia. In: F. E. Well, D. Walker and D. S. Jones (eds)The Marine Flora and Fauna of DampierWestern Australia. Western Australian Museum, Perth, 497-511.[RotaWang03 Dampier.pdf]

2004

52.  Wang, H. Z. & C. Erséus, 2004. New species of Doliodrilus and other Limnodriloidinae (Oligochaeta, Tubificidae) from Hainan and other parts of the north-west Pacific Ocean. Journal of Natural History, 38269-299.[Wang04JNatHist.pdf]

2005

53. Wang, H. Z., H. J. Wang, X. M. Liang, L. Y. Ni, X. Q. Liu & Y. D. Cui. 2005. Empirical modelling of submersed macrophytes in Yangtze lakes. Ecological Modelling,188: 483-491.[Wang05EcolModel.pdf]

54.  Cui, Y. D. & H. Z. Wang. 2005. Potamothrix scleropenis sp. nov. (Oligochaeta: Tubificidae) from the Fuxian Lake, the deepest lake in southwest China. Zoological Science, 22: 1353-1357.CuiWang05ZoolSci.pdf

55.  Wang, H. Z., Q. Q. Xu, Z. C. Xie &Y. L. Liang, 2005.  Chapter 2. Resource and environmental characters of small and medium lake, zoobenthos. In Cui, Y. B & Li, Z. J. (eds), Fishery Resources and Conservation of Environment in Lakes of the Changjiang River Basin. Science Press, Beijing: 52-89.[Wang05Benthos2.pdf]

56.  Cui, Y. D. & H. Z. Wang, 2005. Chapter 2. Resource and environmental characters of small and medium lake, macrophytes. In Y. B. Cui & Z. J. Li (eds), Fishery Resources and Conservation of Environment in Lakes of the Changjiang River Basin, Science Press, Beijing: 89-92.[CuiWang05Macrophytes2.pdf]

57.  Wang, H. Z., Q. Q. Xu, Z. C. Xie &Y. L. Liang, 2005. Chapter 3. Resource and environmental characters of a large river-joining lake, zoobenthos. In Y. B. Cui & Z. J. Li (eds), Fishery Resources and Conservation of Environment in Lakes of the Changjiang River Basin, Science Press, Beijing,: 143-155. [Wang05Benthos3.pdf]

58.   Wang, H. Z.,  Y. J. Wang & Y. L. Liang, 2005. Chapter 5. Estimation methods for potential fishery production of main stocked animals in lakes, potential production of omnivorous fish. In Y. B. Cui & Z. J. Li (eds), Fishery Resources and Conservation of Environment in Lakes of the Changjiang River Basin, Science Press, Beijing: 304-307.[Wang05Benthos5.pdf]

59.    Erséus, C. and H. Z. Wang, 2005. Marine Tubificidae (Annelida: Clitellata) of the Esperance area, Western Australia, Australia. In: F. E. Well, D. I. Walker and D. S. Jones (eds.), The Marine Flora and Fauna of Esperance, Western Australia. Western Australian Museum, Perth. 399-424.[ErséusWang05Esperance.pdf]

2006

60.   Wang, H. Z., H. J. Wang, X. M. Liang & Y. D. Cui, 2006. Stocking models of Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir japonica sinensis) in Yangtze lakes. Aquaculture, 255: 456-465.[Wang06Aquaculture.pdf]

61.  Liu, X. Q., H. Z. Wang & X. M. Liang, 2006. Food web of macroinvertebrate community in a Yangtze shallow lake: trophic basis and pathway. Hydrobiologia, 571: 283-295. [LiuWang06Hydrobiologia.pdf]

62.  Wang, H. J., B. Z. Pan, X. M. Liang & H. Z. Wang. 2006. Gastropods on submerged macrophytes in Yangtze Lakes: community characteristics and empirical modelling. International Review Hydrobiology, 91(6): 521-538.[WangWang06InternatRevHydrobiol.pdf]

63.   Jiang, P. H., X. M. Liang, F. Chen, Y. Y. Zhou & H. Z. Wang, 2006.  Indication of macrophytes-restorable area by spatial pattern of macrobenthos in a eutrophic Yangtze Lake. Resource and Environment in the Yangtze Basin, 4: 439-445. [JiangWang06ResEnvYangtzeBasin.pdf]

64.    Son K H, Ji C W, Park Y M, Cui Y D, Wang H Z, Chon T S & Cha E Y. 2006. Recurrent Self-Organizing Map implemented to detection of temporal line-movement patterns of Lumbriculus variegatus (Oligochaeta: Lumbriculidae) in response to the treatments of heavy metal, In: Kungolos A G, Brebbia C A, Samaras C P, Popov V. (Eds), Environmental Toxicology, Southampton and Mykonos, 77-92. SonWang06EnvironToxi.pdf

65.    Wang, Z. Y., D. S. Chen and H. Z. Wang, 2006. A study of the ecological function of step-pool system in southeast mountain streams. Advances in Earth Sciences, 21(4): 409-416. (In Chinese with English abstract) [WangWang06AdvEarSci.pdf]

2007

66.   Wang, H. Z., Xu, Q. Q., Cui, Y. D. and Liang, Y. L. 2007. Macrozoobenthic community of Poyang Lake, the largest freshwater lake of China, in the Yangtze floodplain. Limnology, 8: 65-71.[Wang07Limnology.pdf]

67.    Liu, X. Q. and Wang, H. Z. 2007. Food composition and dietary overlap of macroinvertebrates in a shallow eutrophic lake in China: spatial and temporal variations. Fundamental and Applied Limnology, 168: 71-82. LiuWang07FundApplLimno.pdf

68.     Xie, S. G., Li, Z. J., Liu, J. S., Xie, S. Q., Wang, H. Z. and Murphy, B. R. 2007. Fisheries of the Yangtze River shallow immediate impacts  of the Three Gorges Dam. Fisheries, 32: 343-344. [XieWang07Fisheries.pdf]

69.   Rota, E., H. Z. Wang & C. Erséus. 2007. The diverse Grania fauna (Clitellata: Enchytraeidae) of the Esperance area, Western  Australia, with descriptions of two new species. Journal of Natural History, 41(17-20): 999-1023. [RotaWang07JNatHist.pdf]

2008

70.      Wang, H. J., X. M. Liang, P. H. Jiang, J. Wang, S. K. Wu & H. Z. Wang. 2008. TN:TP ratio and planktivorous fish do not affect nutrient-chlorophyll relationships in shallow lakes. Freshwater Biology, 53: 935-944. [WangWang08FreshwatBiol.pdf]

71.      Cui, Y. D., X. Q. Liu & H. Z. Wang. 2008. Macrozoobenthic community of Fuxian Lake, the deepest lake of southwest China. Limnologica, 38: 116-125. [CuiWang08Limno.pdf]

72.    Ru, H. J., X. Q. Liu, X. R. Huang, Y. Z. Ning & H. Z. Wang. 2008. Diversity of fish species and its spatio-temporal variations in Lake Dongting, a large Yangtze-connected lake. Journal of Lake Sciences, 20(1): 93-99. [RuWang08JLakeSci.pdf]

73.   Wang, Z. X., Y. D. Cui, X. M. Liang & H. Z. Wang. 2008. Aquatic Oligochaeta from Zhongshan, South China. Chinese Journal of Zoology, 43 (1): 69-74. [WangWangChinJZoology.pdf ]

74.    Liu, X. Q. & H. Z. Wang. 2008. Food web of benthic macroinvertebrates in a large Yangtze River-connected lake: the role of flood disturbance. Fundamental and Applied Limnology. 171/4: 297-309.[Liuwang08FundApplLimno.pdf]

75.    Pan, B. Z., H. J. Wang, X. M. Liang, Z. X. Wang, F. Y. Shu & H. Z. Wang. 2008. Macrozoobenthos in Yangtze oxbows: community characteristics and causes of resources decline. Journal of Lake Sciences, 20(6): 806-813. [PanWang08JLakeSci.pdf].

76.    Cui, Y. D. & H. Z. Wang. 2008. Ecology of macrozoobenthic communities in two plateau lakes of Southwest China. Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, 26(4): 245-352. [CuiWang08 JOceanolLimnol.pdf]

77.    Wang, H. Z. & Y. D. Cui. 2007/2008. On the studies of Microdrile Oligochaeta and Aeolosomatidae (Annelida) in China: brief history and species checklist. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica, 31(supplement): 87-98. [WangCui08 ActaHydrobiolSin.pdf]

78.    Wang, H. Z. and H. J. Wang, 2008. Loose nitrogen control and focus on phosphorus control in the mitigation of cyanobacteria bloom to reduce the cost of wastewater treatment. Science and Technology Review, 26:10. [Wang08 SciTechRev]

79.    Wang, H. J. and H. Z. Wang, 2008. No need to reduce nitrogen for eutrophication mitigation: findings of a long-term limnological study in China. SIL News, 53: 10-11. [WangWang08SILnews]

80.   Wang, H. Z., H. J. Wang. 2008. Ecological effects of river-lake disconnection and restoration strategies in the mid-lower Yangtze Basin, In Z.Y. Wang, D. G. Shao, X. J. Shao, Y. J. Lu & X. H. Duan (eds), Integrated Management of Water, Sediment and Ecology in the Yangtze River Basin. Science Press, Beijing: 379-396.[WangWang08 IMWSEYRB]

2009

81.  Cui, Y. D. & H. Z. Wang. 2009. Three new species of Tubificidae, Oligochaeta, from two plateau lakes in Southwest China. Zootaxa,     2143: 45-54.[CuiWang09Zootaxa]

82.  Pan, B.Z., H.J. Wang, X.M. Liang & H.Z. Wang. 2009. Phytoplankton chlorophyll a in the Yangtze-connected lakes: present state, influencing factors and empirical relationships. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, 18 (10): 1894-1900. [PanWang09FreEnvironBull]

83. Wang, H. J.& H. Z. Wang., 2009. Mitigation of lake eutrophication: loosen nitrogen control and focus on phosphorus abatement. Progress in Natural Science, 19 (11): 1445-1451.[WangWang09ProNatSciE]

84. Wang, H. J. & H. Z. Wang., 2009. Mitigation of lake eutrophication: loosen nitrogen control and focus on phosphorus abatement. Progress in Natural Science, 19(6): 599-604.[WangWang09ProNatSciC]

85. Zhao, W. H., H. J. Wang, H. Z.Wang & Liu, X. Q., 2009. Conversion methods of freshwater snail tissue dry mass and ash-fry dry mass. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology, 20 (6): 1452-1458. [ZhaoWang09ChinJApplEcol]

86. Shu, F. Y., H. J. Wang, L. X. Liu & H. Z. Wang, 2009. Assessment of species status of Mollusca in the mid-lower Yangtze Lakes. Acta Hydrobiologia Sinica, 336):84-91.[ShuWang09ActaHydrobiolSinica]

2010

87.Liu, X. Q. & H. Z. Wang, 2010. Estimation of minimum area requirement of river-connected lakes for fish diversity conservation in the Yangtze River floodplain. Diversity and Distributions, 16: 932-940. [Liu&Wang2010DiverstyDistrib]

88.He, X. B., Y. D. Cui & H. Z. Wang, 2010. Limnodrilus simplex sp. nov. (Oligochaeta: Naididae: Tubificinae) from Changjiang River, China. Zoological Science, 27: 768-770. [ HeWang2010ZoolSci]

89.Shu, F. Y., F. K?hler & H. Z. Wang, 2010. On the shell and radular morphology of two endangered species of the genus Margarya Nevill, 1877 (Gastropoda: Viviparidae) from lakes of the Yunnan Plateau, Southwest China . Molluscan Research 30 (1): 17-24. [ ShuWang10MollRes]

90.Yan, F. G., H. J. Wang, H. Z. Wang, T. L. Zhang, W. Li., 2009. Meiofauna in an algae-dominated shallow Lake: community characteristics with a discussion on the ecological role. Acta Hydrobiologia Sinica, 34(3): 634-638. [ YanWang10ActaHydrobiolSinica]

2011

91.Pan, B.Z., H. J. Wang, X. M. Liang & H. Z. Wang, 2011. Macrozoobenthos in Yangtze floodplain lakes: patterns of density, biomass, and production in relation to river connectivity. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 30(2): 589-602. [PanWang2011JNABS]

92.Zhao, W. H., H. J. Wang, H. Z. Wang & P. G. Close, 2011. Macroinvertebrates in the bed sediment of the Yellow River. International Journal of Sediment Research, 26: 255-268. [ ZhaoWang2011InternJSedRes]

93.He, X. B., Y. D. Cui, X. Q. Liu & H. Z. Wang, 2011. Macrozoobenthic community of different habitats in littoral of Lake Baikal. Acta Hydrobiologia Sinica, 35(3): 516-522. [HeCui2011ActaHydroSin]

94. Jiang, P. H., Y. D. Cui, H. J. Wang & H. Z. Wang, 2011. Macrobenthos communities and bio-assessment of lakes in Hanyang District. Resource and Environment in the Yangtze Basin, 20(5): 525-533. [JiangWang2011ResEnvironYangtzBasin]

95. Pan, B. Z., H. J. Wang, H. Z. Wang & Z. Y. Wang, 2011. Macrozoobenthic assemblages in relation to environments of the Yangtze-isolated lakes. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, 6(2): 246-254.[PanWang2011FrontEnvironSciEng]

2012

96.Cui, Y. D. & H. Z. Wang. 2012. Three new species of Potamothrix (Oligochaeta, Naididae, Tubificinae) from Fuxian Lake, the deepest lake of Yunnan Province, Southwest China. Zookeys, 175: 117. [CuiWang2012Zookeys]

97.Cui, Y. D. & H. Z. Wang. 2012. Two new species of Potamothrix (Oligochaeta: Tubificinae) from plateau lakes of Yunnan Province, Southwest China . Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 125(1): 12-17. [CuiWang2012PBSW]

98.Ohtaka A., S.R. Gelder, M. Nishino, M. Ikeda, H. Toyama, Y. D. Cui, X. B. He, H. Z. Wang, R. B. Chen & Z. Y. Wang. 2012. Distributions of two ectosymbionts, branchiobdellidans (Annelida: Clitellata) and scutariellids (Platyhelminthes: Turbellaria: Temnocephalida), on atyid shrimp (Arthropoda: Crustacea) in southeast China. Journal of Natural History, 46: 25-26, 1547-1556. [OhtakaCui2012JNatHist

2013

99.Shu, F. Y., F. Köhler, C. C. Fu & H. Z. Wang. 2013. A new species of Gyraulus (Gastropoda: Planorbidae) from Ancient Lake Lugu, Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau, Southwest China. Molluscan Research, 33(1): 34-39. [ShuWang2013MolluscanResearch]

 

2014

 

100. Wang, H. J., H. Z. Wang, X. M. Liang & S. K. Wu. 2014. Total phosphorus thresholds for regime shifts are nearly equal in subtropical and temperate shallow lakes with moderate depths and areas. Freshwater Biology, 59, 1659-1671. [WangWang2014aFreshwatBiol]

101.Wang, H. J. & H. Z. Wang. 2014. Macrophyte effects on algal turbidity in subtropical versus temperate lakes: a reply to Dolman (2014). Freshwater Biology, 59, 2659-2660.  [WangWang2014b FreshwatBiol]

102.Pan, B. Z., H. Z. Wang & H. J. Wang. 2014. A floodplain-scale lake classification based on characteristics of macroinvertebrate assemblages and corresponding environmental properties. Limnologica, 49: 10-17. [PanWang2014 Limnologica]

103.Zhang, X. K., X. Q. Liu & H. Z. Wang. 2014. Developing water level regulation strategies for macrophytes restoration of a large river-disconnected lake, China. Ecological Engineering, 68: 25-31. [ZhangWang2014 EcologEng]

104.Pen, Y., H. Z. Wang & Y. D. Cui. 2014. Two species of Naididae (Annelida, Clitellata) from southern Tibet, China. ZooKeys, 444: 59-68. [PengWang2014Zookeys]

105.Shu, F. Y., H. J. Wang, Y. D. Cui & H. Z. Wang, 2014. Diversity and distribution pattern of freshwater molluscs in the Yangtze River Basin. Acta Hydrobiologia Sinica, 38(1): 19-26.[ShuWang2014 ActaHydroSin]

106.Pan, B. Z., H. Z. Wang, X. Ban & X. A. Yin. 2014. An exploratory analysis of ecological water requirements of macroinvertebrates in the Wuhan branch of the Yangtze River, Quaternary International. (in press) [PanWang2014Quat.Int.]

2015

107.Yu, Q., H. Z. Wang, Y. Li, J. C. Shao, X. M. Liang, E. Jeppesen & H. J. Wang. 2015. Effects of high nitrogen concentrations on the growth of submersed macrophytes at moderate phosphorus concentrations. Water Research, 83, 385-395.[Download PDF]

108.Pan, B. Z., H. Z. Wang, M. T. Pusch & H. J. Wang. 2015. Macroinvertebrate responses to regime shifts in subtropical shallow lakes caused by eutrophication. Freshwater Science 34, 34, 942-952.[Download PDF]

109.Cui, Y. D., He, X. B., Peng, Y. & Wang, H. Z. 2015. Records of Naididae and Lumbriculidae (Clitellata) from Tibet, China, with description of a new species of Nais. Zootaxa, 3956 (4): 513-530.[Download PDF]

110.Wang, H. Z., X. Q. Liu & H. J. Wang, 2015. The Yangtze River-Floodplain: Threats and Rehabilitation. American Fisheries Society Symposium. (Accepted) [Download PDF]

111.H.Z.Wang, H.J.Wang,X.Q.Liu,Y.D.Cui.2015.HOLISTIC MANAGEMENT STRATEGY: INTEGRATE ENVIRONMENTAL- HYDROLOGICAL- ECOLOGICAL-ECONOMIC MEASURESTO CONSERVE AND REHABILITATE THE YANGTZE LAKEE COSYSTEMS. Resources and Environment in the Yangtze Basin,24(3):353-357.[Download PDF]

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                              

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