My current research is to use novel stable mercury isotope tool to understand mercury cycling and food web dynamics in aquatic, riparian and terrestrial ecosystems.




















 My work shows a totally new approach on:

1) How to use this isotopic tool to understand trophic transfer and biomagnifications of methylmercury;

2) How to estimate cross-habitat transfers of methylmercury and energy sources;

3) How to elucidate subtle sources of methylmercury in aquatic and terrestrial environment.

4) How to estimate biogeochemical processes of mercury within fast-flowing streams.

You are invited to learn more about my current research at RESEARCH section and see my papers in PUBLICATIONS section.










Environmental cycling of mercury in natural ecosystems

Martin Tsz-Ki Tsui - UNCG Biology (starting August 1, 2013)