CHEN HaiyangAssociate Professor      



Research area:

Process modelling of water and soil pollution

Personal resume

Education Background:

2012, Beijing Normal University, in engineering


Job experiences:

2012-present, Beijing Normal University, College of water sciences

Scientific research


[1] Hu B., Teng Y.G., Zhai Y.Z., Zuo R., Li J., Chen H.Y. Riverbank filtration in China: A review and perspective. Journal of Hydrology, 2016, 541:914-927.

[2] Chen H.Y., Teng Y.G., Li J., Wu J., Wang J.S. Source apportionment of trace metals in river sediments: A comparison of three methods. Environmental Pollution, 2016, 211: 28-37.

[3] Chen H.Y., Teng Y.G., Lu S.J., Wang Y.Y., Wu J., Wang J.S. Source apportionment and health risk assessment of trace metals in surface soils of Beijing metropolitan, China. Chemosphere, 2016, 144C: 1002-1011.

[4] Chen H.Y., Chen R.H., Teng Y.G., Wu J. Contamination characteristics, ecological risk and source identification of trace metals in sediments of the Le'an River (China). Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2016, 125: 85-92.

[5] Wu J., Teng Y.G., Chen H.Y., Li J. Machine-learning models for on-site estimation of background concentrations of arsenic in soils using soil formation factors. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 2016: 1-11.

[6] Teng Y.G., Li J., Wu J., Lu S.J., Wang Y.Y., Chen H.Y. Environmental distribution and associated human health risk due to trace elements and organic compounds in soil in Jiangxi province, China. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2015, 122: 406~416.

[7] Chen H.Y., Teng Y.G., Lu S.J., Wang Y.Y., Wang J.S. Contamination features and health risk of soil heavy metals in China. Science of the Total Environment, 2015, 512/513: 143-153.

[8] Wu J., Teng Y.G., Chen H.Y. Source apportionment for sediment PAHs using hybrid genetic pattern search treatment of a chemical mass balance receptor model: application to the Pearl River Delta region, China. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 2014, 186 (10): 6651-6662.

[9] Chen H. Y., Teng Y. G., Wang J.S., et al. Source apportionment of sediment PAHs in the Pearl River Delta region (China) using nonnegative matrix factorization analysis with effective weighted variance solution. Science of the Total Environment.2013, 444: 401~408.

[10] Chen H. Y., Teng Y. G., Wang J.S. Source apportionment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in surface sediments of the Rizhao coastal area (China) using diagnostic ratios and factor analysis with nonnegative constraints. Science of the Total Environment.2012, 414: 293~300.

Teaching experience

Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental Forensics

Social service

Honorary award