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| Last Updated:: 22/08/2017

International Experts

The Following is the list of National Experts:-
S. No.
Name
Designation Department
Specialization
E-mail Id
1
Professor Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida Gainesville, FL
Phytoremediation and chemical remediation of trace-metal-contaminated water, soils, and wastes
lqma@ufl.edu
2
Professor State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany, Albany, New York, USA
Sources, pathways and distribution of persistent organic pollutants in the environment
kannan@health.ny.gov
3
Professor Southern Illinois University-Carbondale Carbondale, IL, USA
The interface between pollutants, plants, and the soil-water environment. Studies of plant uptake and transport of contaminants
sebbs@plant.siu.edu
4
Professor
University of York Department of Biology, University of York Wentworth WayYork
Biodegradation, biotransformation and phytoremediation of explosives.
neil.bruce@york.ac.uk
5
Associate Professor Department of Environment and Forest Biology, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, USA
Research in environmental toxicity resulting from plant exposure to toxicants, use of native plants for remediation and restoration
lanewman@esf.edu
6
Professor Environmental science Group, Royal Military College of Canada , Station Forces, Kingston, Ontario CANADA
Organic pollutants and their remediation
zeeb-b@rmc.ca
7
Associate Professor Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee’s
Biological monitoring activities associated with environmental remediation and restoration.
lrshugart@nuvox.net
8
Professor School of Environmental and Biological Engineering, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China
Improvement in biological degradability of organic pollutants
84315532@126.com
9
Professor School of Environmental and Biological Engineering, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China
Environmental functional materials, environmental mineralogy, environmental interracial chemistry, air pollution control
yangshijiangsq@163.com
10
Professor Department of Biological Science, Imperial College of at Silwood Park Ascot Berkshire. SL 5 7PY
Effect of air pollution on agricultural crops, native vegetation, forest trees, use of plants as bio monitoring of air pollutants
n.bell@ic.ac.uk
11
Professor North Florida Research and Education Centre, University of Florida, 155 Research Road, Quincy, Florida
Phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soil
mrittunjai@ufl.edu
12
Professor Earth and Environmental Science Department, The University of Texas, San Antonio
Heavy metal and plant interaction
Dibyendu.sarkar@utsa.ed
13
Associate Professor Advances in Environmental Research, Berkeley, California, USA
Plant Community Ecology; Restoration, Invasion biology, Environmental change, Conservation
suding@berkeley.edu
14
Professor and Head Department of Plant Production University of Milan - Italy
Heavy metal uptake and toxicity
maurizio.cocucci@unimi.it
15
Professor School of Environment, Nanjing University China
Treatment and recycling and reusing industrial wastewater contaminated with metals and other pollutants
zhqx@nju.edu.cn
16
Director Florida Climate Institute
Agricultural production systems analysis, simulation, expert systems, environmental effects on crop growth and yield, computer applications in agriculture
jimj@ufl.edu
17
Professor Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Impact and adaptation of climate variability and climate change on cropping systems
sasseng@ufl.edu
18
Assistant Professor  Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Urban water resources and nonpoint source pollution, watershed modeling, and the use of climate information in water resource, agricultural, and ecological management, planning, and decision making
chrisjm@ufl.edu
19
Associate Professorr Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Agroclimatology, crop growth modeling, precision agriculture technology, irrigation and geographic information system (GIS) based decision support systems
cfraisse@ufl.edu
20
Director NC Brown Center for Ultra Studies
Wood anatomy, wood decay, microscopy
seanagno@esf.edu
21
Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator Department of Environment and Forest Biology, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, USA
Tree and forest measurements, Forest growth and yield modelling, Geographic Information Systems, Applied Statistics, Tree-ring analysis
ebevilacqua@esf.edu
22
Associate Professor Department of Environment and Forest Biology, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, USA
Forest ecosystem and landscape ecology, social-ecological systems, climate change, ecosystem services, landscape change modeling, resilience, adaptive management, resource governance, applied geoinformatics
cbeier@esf.edun
23
Associate Professor and Director SUNY Center for Brownfield Studies
Water resources, solid and hazardous waste management, ecological engineering, environmental restoration, phytoremediation, bioremediation, soil and water pollution, solid and hazardous waste management, environmental engineering
djdaley@esf.edu
24
Professor Griffith University
Climate change, biodiversity and land use
b.mackey@griffith.edu.au
25
Professor Griffith University
Environmental Science and Management
zhihong.xu@griffith.edu.au
26
Professor Griffith University
Soil ecology –interactions of soil, plant, microbe and mesofauna
c.chen@griffith.edu.au
27
Research Fellow Griffith University
Effect of plant residue, compost and biochar amendments on soil nutrient dynamics
m.rezaeirashti@griffith.edu.au
28
Ecologist Murdoch University
Ecological restoration
murdoch.edu.au
29
Senior Lecurer Griffith University
Climage change and growth
tapan.sarker@griffith.edu.au
30
Professor Griffith University
Chemotaxonomy of plants from the families: Proteaceae, Myrtaceae and Elaeocarpaceae
a.carroll@griffith.edu.au