Yin, H., Douglas., G., B., Cai., Y., Liu., C., Copetti., D. (2018). Remediation of internal phosphorus loads with modified clays, influence of fluvial suspended particulate matter and response of the benthic macroinvertebrate community. Science of the Total Environment, 610-611, 101-110.
Yin, H., Kong, M., Gu, X., & Chen, H. (2017). Removal of arsenic from water by porous charred granulated attapulgite-supported hydrated iron oxide in bath and column modes. Journal of Cleaner Production,166, 88-97.
Yin, H., Yan, X., & Gu, X. (2017). Evaluation of thermally-modified calcium-rich attapulgite as a low-cost substrate for rapid phosphorus removal in constructed wetlands. Water Research, 115, 329-338.
Yin, H., Du, Y., Kong, M., & Liu, C. (2017). Interactions of riverine suspended particulate matter with phosphorus inactivation agents across sediment-water interface and the implications for eutrophic lake restoration. Chemical Engineering Journal, 327, 150-161.
Yin, H., Kong, M., Han, M. and Fan, C. Influence of sediment resuspension on the efficacy of geoengineering materials in the control of internal phosphorous loading from shallow eutrophic lakes. Environment Pollution. 2016, 219, 568-579.
Yin, H., Han, M., Tang, W., 2016., Phosphorus sorption and supply from eutrophic lake sediment amended with thermally-treated calcium-rich attapulgite and a safety evaluation. Chemical Engineering Journal, 285,671-678.
Yin, H., Zhu, J., 2016., In situ remediation of metal contaminated lake sediment using naturally occurring, calcium-rich clay mineral-based low-cost amendment. Chemical Engineering Journal, 285,112-120.
Yin H, Wu Y. 2016, Factors Affecting the Production of Volatile Organic Sulfur Compounds (VOSCs) from Algal-Induced Black Water Blooms in Eutrophic Freshwater Lakes. Water Air and Soil Pollution, 227(9): 356.
Yin, H., Kong, M., 2015., Reduction of sediment internal P-loading from eutrophic lakes using thermally modified calcium-rich attapulgite-based thin-layer cap. Journal of Environmental Management, 151, 178-185.
Yin, H., Kong, M., Tang, W., 2015., Removal of fluoride from contaminated water using natural calcium-rich attapulgite as a low-cost adsorbent, Water Air and Soil Pollution, 226:425.
Yin, H., Cai, Y., Duan, H., Gao, J., & Fan, C.,2014, Use of DGT and conventional methods to predict sediment metal bioavailability to a field inhabitant freshwater snail (Bellamya aeruginosa) from Chinese eutrophic lakes. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 264, 184-194.
Yin, H., Kong, M. ,2014, Simultaneous removal of ammonium and phosphate from eutrophic waters using natural calcium-rich attapulgite-based versatile adsorbent. Desalination, 351, 128-137.
Yin, H., Kong, M., Fan, C. ,2013, Batch investigations on P immobilization from wastewaters and sediment using natural calcium rich sepiolite as a reactive material. Water Research, 47, 4247-4258.
Yin, H., Yun, Y., Zhang, Y., Fan, C., 2011, Phosphate removal from wastewaters by a naturally occurring, calcium-rich sepiolite. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 198, 362-369.
Yin, H., Gao, Y., & Fan, C., 2011, Distribution, sources and ecological risk assessment of heavy metals in surface sediments from Lake Taihu, China. Environmental Research Letters, 6(4), 044012.
Yin, H., Deng, J., Shao, S., Gao, F., Gao, J., Fan, C., (2011), Distribution characteristics and toxicity assessment of heavy metals in the sediments of Lake Chaohu, China. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 179, 431-442.
Yin, H., & Fan, C.,2011, Dynamics of reactive sulfide and its control on metal bioavailability and toxicity in metal-polluted sediments from Lake Taihu, China. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 60, 565-575.
Yin, H., Fan, C., Ding., S., Zhang, L., & Zhong, J. C. (2008). Geochemistry of iron, sulfur and related heavy metals in metal-polluted Taihu Lake sediments. Pedosphere, 18(5), 564-573.
Yin H, Fan C, Ding S, Zhang L, Li B, Acid volatile sulfides and Simultaneously extracted metals in metal polluted area of Taihu Lake, China, Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 2008, 80, 351-355.