I am an aquatic scientist with keen interests in plankton ecology and biogeochemistry in both marine and freshwater environments. Plankton, which include viruses, bacteria, phytoplankton, protozoan and metazoan zooplankton, not only constitute the bulk of the aquatic biomass and the foundation of the aquatic food web, but also drive most of the biogeochemical processes in the water column. My work involves field sampling, experimentation and modeling, and I am particularly interested in interdisciplinary research.
For additional information please go to Google Plus or My Web Page. A full list of publications is also available on Research Gate and Google Scholar (search: Kam W. Tang).
KESS II PhD position available for the project Evaluating the scientific and technical capacities towards sustainable production of sea vegetables in Milford Haven. Please follow this link for details and instructions: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/scholarships/research/biological-sciences-kess-phd-evaluating-scientific.php.