Research Projects and Publications in CUHK- Geography and Resource Management

Research Projects


  • Are All Noises the Same? A Laboratory Simulation Experiment on Human Response to Road and Rail Traffic Noise

  • LAM Kin Che
    1 March 2002
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    In Hong Kong, the recent transport policy favours rail instead of road building resulting in the gradual extension of the rail network into New Town and relatively quiet rural areas. Past research in Western countries suggested that people are more tolerant to rail noise than to road traffic noise of the same intensity, although the reasons for this discrepancy were not well known. This long-held notion has recently been challenged by a study of human response to rail noise in Japan. Because there are a host of acoustical and non-acoustical factors which may affect human response, this study adopts a laboratory simulation approach which subjects the respondents to digitally recorded, mastered and mixed rail and road traffic noise of various intensity and frequency and with different background to elucidate the complex noise-human annoyance relationship. Findings of the simulation experiment will help narrow down the scale of any social survey needed to resolve the research problem. They may also have significant implications on the formulation of environmental standards and noise control policies. (SS01662)



  • Build and Operate a Ground Receiving Station of the ENVISAT Remote Sensing Satellite for All-weather Environmental Monitoring

  • LIN Hui, LIAN Shi Zhu*, SHAO Yun*
    1 January 2004
    Funding from Industrial Sponsors Innovation and Technology Support Programme, ITF, Innovation & Technology Commission< br />
    his project aims to build and operate a ground receiving station on the campus of The Chinese University of Hong Kong for capturing and processing satellite-sourced remote sensing data and information. In particular, such image-based data will be processed for sale to governments, public authorities and private corporations throughout South China and neighboring regions. In the longer term, this project is expected to help build-up a new spatial information infrastructure in Hong Kong to foster the growth of new industries and businesses based around remote sensing data processing, software development, and other value-added professional services. As one of important results of this project, the station will become a new platform to enhance the technology collaboration between HKSAR and the mainland, accelerating the development of the remote sensing industrial in this greater Pearl River Delta region.
    This project will initially operate with the radar image from ENVISAT, a remote sensing satellite. This all-weather remote sensing system is capable of monitoring Hong Kong and other neighboring regions notwithstanding the frequent cloudy and rainy weather. An urgent need of this station has been brought up because of the increasing natural disasters in Hong Kong and the neighboring region, including landslide and subsidence, earthquake , flood, and typhoon.
    Major research on the applications of the radar remote sensing images will be conducted after the station commences operation. Known regions of interest will be selected for case studies on environmental and disaster monitoring. The results will then be used to exploit the market for such products and services. (EE03941)



  • Characterization and Estimation of Low Flows in the East River (Dongjian) Basin

  • CHEN Yongqin David
    11 November 2002
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Water resources in the East River basin have been highly developed and heavily committed for a variety of uses such as water supply, hydropower, navigation, irrigation, and suppression of seawater invasion. In recent years the East River provides supply to meet about 80% of Hong Kong annual water demands. Compared to flood problems and their associated hazards, which are often more visible and dramatic, fewer efforts have been devoted to study the occurrence, characteristics, estimation techniques and environmental and economic impacts of river low flows. However, low-flow conditions and hydrologic droughts are obviously very crucial to the reliability and vulnerability of the East River water resources systems to satisfy the multiple objectives of water uses. This study is therefore proposed to employ hydrologic analysis methods for low-flow characterization and estimation. Two techniques, frequency analysis and baseflow recession analysis, will be performed to characterize low flows in terms of minimum average-streamflow rates and the associated probability distributions. To estimate low-flow statistics at ungauged sties, this study will adopt a regional hydrologic modeling approach to developing statistical relationships (both ordinary regression and geographically weighted regression) between low-flow statistics at gauged sites and a number of drainage basin characteristics derived from maps and remote sensing images. This study will not only have treatments scientific merits, but also highly valuable practical significance and enormous relevance to Hong Kong. (SS02987)



  • Characterization of Low Flows for Water Resources Management in the East River (Dongjiang) Basin

  • CHEN Yongqin David, CHEN Min-jian*, FUNG Tung, LEUNG Yee, SHAO Quanxi*, XIA Jun*
    1 December 2003
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    Water resources in the East River basin have been highly developed and heavily committed for a variety of uses such as water supply, hydropower, navigation, irrigation, and suppression of seawater invasion. In recent years the East River provides supply to meet about 80% of Hong Kong’s annual water demands. Low-flow conditions and hydrologic droughts are obviously very crucial to the reliability and vulnerability of the East River water resources systems to satisfy the multiple objectives of water uses. This study is therefore proposed to employ hydrologic analysis methods for low-flow characterization and modeling techniques for optimization of water resources systems under low-flow conditions. This research will advance the state-of–the–art of low-flow hydrology through studies for developing and applying a variety of techniques and models (both statistical and analytical) to characterize and estimate low-flow regimes. Two techniques, frequency analysis and baseflow recession analysis, will be performed to characterize low flows in terms of minimum average-streamflow rates and the associated probability distributions. To estimate low-flow statistics at ungauged sited, this study will adopt a regional hydrologic modeling approach to developing statistical relationships (both ordinary regression and geographically weighted regression) between low-flow statistics at gauged sites and a number of drainage basin characteristics derived from maps and remote sensing images. Finally, impacts of low flows on water quality and other water uses will be assessed and, multi-objective programming techniques will be applied to optimize water resources systems for the formulation of management strategies and plans. This study will not only have tremendous scientific merits, but also highly valuable practical significance and enormous relevance to Hong Kong. (CU03247)



  • Community Perception of Landscapes : Investigating Structures and Functions

  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed, CHAU Kwai Cheong, FUNG Tung
    7 January 2007
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Community perceptions of landscapes have metamorphosed from simply viewing them as appearances of land with natural and cultural values to seeing them as tangible units with structure and functions. This view gives character to a place and thus characterizes the way the public and decision-makers react to such places. Where landscapes are open and prone to various impacts of development, there are consequences of land use changes that can affect the perceived structure and function of such landscapes. As most decisions on landscapes will be based to some extent on their structure or function, this study intend to 1) investigate the multi-functional aspects of landscapes; 2) will seek to understand their values and functions in a human-environment interface; and 3) will integrate such data and results for visualization and consequently explore the land use change through participatory system using geographical tools. In order to achieve the objectives enumerated and the integration of results, the study will focus on the landscapes in the selected country parks of the New Territories in Hong Kong. The New Territories is an attractive area that is generating attention to policy makers and general public as it is slated for further development. As this study unfolds, it helps reseachers, planners and decision makers in identifying the need for integration, and the relationships that are centred around human-environment interface. The research will hopefully pave the way for producing an earmarked research grant application. (SS06707)



  • Consultancy Study to Analyze Broad Land Use Pattern in Hong Kong

  • FUNG Tung, NG Sai Leung
    10 October 2000
    Planning Department, HKSAR Government

    This project aims at providing an analysis of the broad land use pattern of Hong Kong through an integration of satellite images, existing digital databases and orthophotographs. By broad land use pattern, it denotes land use information to be generated at a scale of 1:75,000. The land use information to be produced includes a Land Utilisation Plan together with a Land Usage Table. The Land Utilisation Plan depicts the spatial distribution of land uses whilst the Land Usage Table shows the statistical summaries of land uses. The project duration is 5 months. Within this short period of time, this project makes use of advanced and appropriate remote sensing digital image analysis and change detection technologies together with geographic information systems to produce the Plan and Table cost-effectively. (SS20010)



  • ‘CUHK’ Hong Kong Quality of Life Index - Environmental Sub-Index

  • NG Sai Leung, TANG So Kum Catherine (Psychology)
    1 May 2006
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, which aims to assess and monitor the quality of life in Hong Kong, is a composite index incorporating both objective and subjective measure. This index, developed by the Faculty of Social Science of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, employs data collected in representative sample surveys and official statistics. A wide range of life domains is covered and the year 2002 is taken as the base year of the study. Index scores demonstrate that in general the quality of life in Hong Kong has improved slightly in 2003 and more markedly in 2004. Scores of the composite index and the three sub-indices on sectorial performance are somewhat higher than those of the previous years. It is noteworthy that Hong Kong has made noticeable progress and performs as well as many economically advanced societies in certain life domains. Yet, the well-being of the people relies on further improvement in others. As part of the CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, the Environmental Sub-index consists of indicators measuring the quality of our surrounding environment, including air quality, water quality, noise level and recycle rate of municipal solid waste. (SS05740)



  • ‘CUHK’ Hong Kong Quality of Life Index – Environmental Sub-Index

  • NG Sai Leung, TANG So Kum Catherine (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)
    1 May 2007
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, which aims to assess and monitor the quality of life in Hong Kong, is a composite index incorporating both objective and subjective measure. This index, developed by the Faculty of Social Science of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, employs data collected in representative sample surveys and official statistics. A wide range of life domains is covered and the year 2002 is taken as the base year to the study. Index scores demonstrate that in general the quality of life in Hong Kong has improved slightly in 2003 and more markedly in 2004. Scores of the composite index and the three sub-indices on sectorial performance are somewhat higher than those of the previous years. It is noteworthy that Hong Kong has made noticeable progress and performs as well as many economically advanced societies in certain life domains. Yet, the well-being of the people relies on further improvement in others. As part of the CUHK Hong Kong Quality of Life Index, the Economic Sub-index consists of indicators measuring the economic conditions of Hong Kong, including housing affordability ratio, rental index, unemployment rate, index of current economic conditions, real wage index, public expenditure on education as a proportion of the GDP and age participation rate for first-degree programmes and postgraduate programmes in local universities. (SS06936)



  • Developing China's West: A Critical Path to Balanced Natural Development

  • YEUNG Yue Man, SHEN Jianfa
    1 May 2001
    Donation from Lippo Fund for Urban Research

    This is a major book project that attempts to document, evaluate and analyze China's new policy initiative to develop its Western again. It involves the participation of about 30 authors from Hong Kong and Mainland China to examine the challenges and opportunities of this new policy from a range of prospectives. It will follow a similar format to the previous volumes that the principal investigator has edited and published by The Chinese University Press. It is expected that the new book will have a large impact on academic and policy formulation. (SS00566)



  • Effects of Health Scare on Outdoor Recreation and Leisure Trends: Lessons from the SARS Outbreak

  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed, FUNG Tung
    21 March 2004
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    In a densely populated urban environment like Hong Kong, most people maintain a buoyant and healthy lifestyle part of which involves leisure and recreation. At the onset of the SARS pandemic, people became psychologically apprehensive of the normal trends of daily life. Crowds were avoided, shopping malls and plazas were deserted, and people spent most of their free time indoors and had literally nowhere to go. As time went bye, the alternative leisure and recreation activity was engaging in outdoor recreation in the countryside and open spaces.
    In the period of SARS there was fear, alienation, frustration and most people felt insecure. In a situation of psychological trauma, leisure and recreation are believed to have beneficial consequences for improving psychological well-being and health particularly when this is done in the outdoors. For people to continue to enjoy the outdoors and maintain a buoyant and healthy lifestyle, there is the need to understand how the outbreak affected leisure activities in the local context.
    As a sense of normality returned to the city, open spaces in both rural and urban areas became beehives that attracted large number of visitors. As a result, the hitherto quiet countryside of Hong Kong (and particularly the New Territories) suddenly became alternative destinations and this trend deserves further attention. Understanding the trend of participation in leisure and recreation in the aftermath of SARS will help to elucidate the overall community response to the menace of SARS. What is the status of leisure in Hong Kong family life? How did the SARS episode interfere with family recreation patterns? What is the role of leisure and recreation in the psyche of people at a time of an unknown health scare? Some of these questions will be addressed in this study. The study will therefore investigate the changing trends to people’s participation in outdoor recreation and identify what factors (if any) have influenced people’s participation in leisure activities. (SS03376)



  • From Mass Tourism to Ecotourism: Re-Engineering the Hong Kong Country Park System

  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed, CHAU Kwai Cheong
    1 March 2005
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Ecotourism is becoming more and more popular especially where there is abundant pristine natural environment. These, natural environment, particularly national and country parks, are at risk of losing their naturalness that attracts ecotourists in the first place. The more people get involved in ecotourism activities, the greater the risk posed to the natural environment. In Hong Kong, the Country parks constitute the main natural environment that is protected and operates with specific objectives of conservation, education and recreation. Meeting these objectives and the fact that ecotourism is becoming popular in these parks poses fundamental conflicts in management objectives.
    This research will study how this conflict can be managed, how issues and or problems could be addressed so that the country parks will provide for and accommodate the growing trend of ecotourism. To this end, the study will investigate and develop a potential index that can be used for the measurement of ecotourism development potential in the country parks. This index will be complemented with the development of indicators for the sustainability of ecotourism activities. The study will further attempt to find out the basic ingredients of ecotourism that can be locally adaptable. Finally, the research will develop a framework that will promote and provide a symbiotic relationship between the country park and ecotourism activities.
    Based on this, the work will seek to integrate ecological, economic and social aspects of ecotourism within the country park system. This will form a platform that will re-engineer the country parks while at the same time saving them from the adverse effects of mass tourism. (SS04645)



  • Inter-City Competition and Cooperation between Hong Kong and Shenzhen in the 11th Five-year Plan Period

  • SHEN Jianfa
    1 September 2007
    Public Policy Research Funding Scheme

    While Hong Kong and Shenzhen compete m some areas, inter-city cooperation has become an important strategy for the governments of both cities. However, the current status of inter-city relationship is not satisfactory. Governments in both sides have failed to identify and match areas for suitable cooperation. The project will develop a conceptual framework of inter-city competition and cooperation in a unique institutional context of “one country-two systems” in Hong Kong and Shenzhen. One important question to be addressed is how the unique institutional context of “one country-two systems”, CEPA and market economy affects inter-city competition and cooperation. A common governance framework for Hong Kong and Shenzhen relations will be established. Through fieldwork, interviews and surveys, this research will assess the urban development strategies and the position of inter-city cooperation in two cities. Is there any room for cooperation when two cities compete in many areas? The needs, benefits and concerns of Hong Kong and Shenzhen sides will be analyzed. Policy suggestions will be proposed regarding what Hong Kong government can do to handle inter-city competition and break the bottlenecks of inter-city cooperation. (SS07952)



  • Investigating and Analyzing Natural and Cultural Landscapes for Sustainable Use as Nature-based Recreation and Ecotourism Destinations in Hong Kong

  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed
    1 March 2003
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Landscapes, whether natural or cultural are important components of human habitation. They share common grounds as they reflect an interface on human relationship with the natural environment, which often defines their character of existence. Cultural and natural landscapes also act as backdrops for non-consumptive human uses which recently have included nature-based recreation and ecotourism. As these landscapes are open to the public for non-consumptive purposes, continuous visitation and use by humans will expose them to the aggravation of degradation and deterioration of their uniqueness, value and relevant ecological processes. The study and analysis of these landscapes, their classification and investigation of landscape ecology can contribute in part, to their sustainability. It can also maintain and enhance natural values on the landscape for attraction to nature-based recreation and ecotourism participants. The study, classification and categorization of landscapes particularly in an urban fringe poses substantial philosophical and methodological problems and challenges. While there is need for protection of the natural and cultural landscapes, and their conservation, they are also required to cater for the rising trend and demand for ecotourism, nature-based recreation, education and the provision of general amenity for the increasing number of urban dwellers. The study will adopt a hierarchical methodology of landscape classification, categorize and evaluate landscapes based on their abiotic, biotic and cultural attributes and develop an adoptable framework for developing ideal landscape condition for nature-based recreation and ecotourism. (SS02417)



  • Keeping the “Gypsy Kings” at home – An Inquiry into Hong Kong’s Geographic Advantages for Transnational Highly Skilled Labour Migrants

  • LEUNG Wai Han Maggi
    15 March 2004
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    In the age of intensified globalisation, world cities are in competition to attract transnational skilled labour migrants who are characterised as one of the fundamental flows (as compared to global capital flow) in the world economy. These migrants are usually depicted as educated, cosmopolitan, hyper-mobile and affluent. What are the important factors considered by these footloose labour migrants of diverse geographic, socio-cultural backgrounds in their choice of where to work and live? How is Hong Kong perceived according to these criteria? How can the public and private sectors improve the city’s geographic advantages and keep these “gypsy kings” at home in Hong Kong?
    This project aims to gain insights into the mobility patterns and migration decision processes among skilled labour migrants who are based in Hong Kong. Using a gender and identity approach and operated with a mixture of quantitative and qualitative research methodology, it seeks to explore the complex and contextualised nature of migration decision-making processes among transnational elites. It is hypothesized that migrants’ mobility is shaped by a wide range of political, socio-cultural, environmental and public health concerns beyond economics. Mechanisms that shape migration flows of skilled migrants of different gender, age, marital status, ethnic-cultural and geographic background will be uncovered. Furthermore, institutions and social networks that contribute in making Hong Kong another “home” for the transnational elites will also be examined. This in-depth empirical and theoretical investigation of skilled migrants in Hong Kong will contribute to the scholarship on international migration, world cities and transnationalism. (SS03967)



  • Learning Geography from the Space - Introducing Satellite Remote Sensing Technology to the Geography Teaching of Hong Kong

  • LIN Hui, YANG Limin (Institute of Space and Earth Information Science)#, PANG Yick Cheung (Institute of Space and Earth Information Science), WONG Chung Sze (Joint Lab. For Geoinformation Science), LAM Cheuk Fung (Joint Lab. for Geoinformation Science)
    1 July 2006
    Quality Education Fund, HKSAR Government

    This Project’s goal is to provide trainings, supports and to develop teaching materials (including Remote Sensing Data and Software) and free Internet-based Remote Sensing Resources for geography teachers to incorporate satellite remote sensing technology in the Geography teaching of Hong Kong. The target beneficiaries include the 10 partnered secondary schools in the first stage and 30 secondary schools in the second stage, and 370,000 students and teachers in long-term. The Project will produce a computer-assisted learning material using Satellite Remote Sensing Images and Software coving the subjects e.g. water quality monitoring; global climate change; rain forest, urban study, land use of Hong Kong; and land cover changes. (SS06964)



  • Provision of Service for 1-Day Training on 3DEIA and Noise Mapping

  • LAI Pong Wai, LAM Kin Che, CHOI Kai Hang, FUNG Tung
    1 January 2005
    Environmental Protection Department, HKSAR Government

    Overall Objectives:
    - To provide training for HKSAR Government officers on GIS and applications for 3D Environmental Impact Assessment and Noise Mapping. The Department of Geography and Resource Management of CUHK has been working together with the Environmental Protection Department of HKSAR Government on research in the development and applications of Noise Mapping Techniques for Environmental Assessment in Hong Kong. This training programme is part of the development programme being implemented within the HKSAR Government for understanding and uses of GIS and its application on 3D EIA and Noise Mapping techniques.
    Deliverables
    - Training Manual and supporting documents
    - Five one-day training sessions to be conducted at CUHK. (SS04876)



  • Provision of Service for Mapping of Distribution and Extent of Mangroves in Hong Kong Using Satellite Image Analysis

  • FUNG Tung YANG Limin (Institute of Space and Earth Information Science) MARAFA Lawal Mohammed
    13 March 2006
    Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Dept, HKSAR Government

    The objective of the study is to develop a strategy for the mapping of mangal in Hong Kong using satellite image analysis. This strategy will make use of advanced remote sensing digital image analysis techniques to map out the spatial distribution of mangroves. SPOT 5 multispectral data will be used for mangrove mapping at vegetation level along the coastline of Hong Kong. A more detailed mapping at species levels will be experimented with high resolution Quickbird data in the Deep Bay area. The study will also make recommendations on future application of new remote sensing technologies for mapping and updating of the distribution of mangroves in Hong Kong. (SS05737)



  • Provision of Training on Noise Mapping Techniques

  • LAI Pong Wai, LAM Kin Che, CHOI Kai Hang
    1 January 2005
    Environmental Protection Department, HKSAR Government

    Project Objectives
    Overall Objectives:
    - To provide training for HKSAR Government officers on Noise Mapping Techniques. The Department of Geography and Resource Management of CUHK has been working together with the Environmental Protection Department of HKSAR Government on research in the development and applications of Noise Mapping Techniques for Environmental Assessment in Hong Kong. This training programme is part of the development programme being implemented within the HKSAR Government for understanding and uses of the techniques.
    Deliverables
    - Four one-day training sessions to be conducted at CUHK. (SS04300)



  • Public Perception on the Housing Policy in Hong Kong

  • YEUNG Yue Man
    1 April 2001
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Housing policy has been a platform of public criticism towards the HKSAR Government since the handover. People seem to be unsatisfied with the shifting and even contradicting housing policies from time to time, which reflects the confusion of values among policy makers. Besides, the hope for recovery of the booming property market by which many people accumulate their wealth in the past, has been eroded to a large extent. People have grievances towards the government policy for the part of the cause. Against this backdrop, it is important to explore the public perception on existing housing policies comprehensively. The findings more or less give insights to future housing policy direction. (SS00752)



  • Questionnaire Surveys for Housing Estates under the Dry and Wet Waste Separation Pilot Programme

  • NG Sai Leung
    1 January 2004
    Environmental Protection Department, HKSAR Government

    In recent years, Government have been testing out various waste recovery systems in order to identify the modes that are the most cost-effective and will best suit local needs. A 12-month Dry and Wet Waste Separation Pilot Programme was launched in March 2003 in four housing estates in the Eastern District on Hong Kong Island (Aldrich Garden, Heng Fa Chuen (upper), LeSommet and Lei King Wan), with a view to testing and alternative mode of waste separation, collection and sorting in further enhancing the waste recovery rates and providing more convenience to residents. Households of the three captioned housing estates will be surveyed in order to determine the individual participation rates for the housing estates and overall participation rate for the Programme. Furthermore, this survey will gauge the preference of residents towards the dry and wet waste separation system against the 3-coloured waste separation bins system and other existing waste separation and recovery systems. (SS03868)



  • Redevelopment of Industrial Land in Hong Kong: An Inter-District Analysis

  • LEE Wai Ying Joanna
    1 January 2007
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Since the 1980s, Hong Kong has been undergoing post-industrial shift towards an international financial and services centre. Whilst the redevelopment of industrial land is deeply concerned by the Government, there is inadequate attention by academicians on scrutinizing the spatial outcome of the industrial restructuring process on land development. It is argued that impacts of the industrial restructuring are not uniformly experienced within the territory. There are spatial variations of the nature and extent of industrial land redevelopment among different districts. The proposed research attempts to unravel the redevelopment of industrial land in Hong Kong from a geographical perspective. Specifically, there are three main objectives of this research. First, an attempt is made to map the industrial restructuring process on space by tracing both government initiatives and market responses to the redevelopment of obsolete industrial land in Hong Kong. Second, an inter-district analysis will be conducted with a view to exploring the underlying mechanisms in affecting industrial land redevelopment in different contexts. Third, it is to make use of an under-utilized database - the planning application records in academic research. This research is worth pursuing because it can fill in the gap of knowledge about the underlying mechanisms and the spatial manifestation of the industrial restructuring process on land development. Moreover, this research also attempts to use the planning application records (which has been under-utilized in local research) for an inter-district analysis. All these theoretical understandings will form an important component for further study on land development in Hong Kong. (SS06365)



  • Revision of Board Land Use Updating Methodology

  • FUNG Tung, HUANG Bo, LEE Wai Ying Joanna
    15 January 2007
    Planning Department, HKSAR Government

    This study reviews the existing practice in the Planning Department, HKSAR for the production of broad land use plan and land utilization table. The existing land use classification system will be reviewed together with the remote sensing image classification method adopted. It is proposed to adopt the pixel shape index as additional information for image classification. The methodology will be tested using SPOT multispectral data for the entire Hong Kong territory. A selected area acquired by high resolution satellite data will also be experimented. Airphotos and GPS will be incorporated to test the usage of high resolution data for land use mapping. (SS06788)



  • Siting Locally Unwanted Land Uses: In Your Backyard or In Mine?

  • LAM Kin Che, FUNG Tung, LEE Wai Ying Joanna, LAI Pong Wai
    11 April 2006
    Public Policy Research Funding Scheme

    The siting of Locally Unwanted Land Uses (LULUs) is always a challenge because of many potential conflicts among stakeholders. Proponents often promote the need for them and their technical feasibility while opponents emphasize the associated economical, social and/or environmental risks. Pollution, environmental risks, reduction in property values and loss of amenity are the most common public concerns. Such conflicts are particularly severe in densely populated cities, such as Hong Kong, due to limited space. This research attempts develop a framework to elucidate the conflicts among key stakeholders, to analyze the cause of the problems and to propose solutions to resolve conflicts. The study will critically analyze contentious cases in Hong Kong, study how similar problems are resolved in other countries and identify strategies for conflict resolution, including public engagement and risk communication strategies. The findings will provide a framework for the authorities to manage public aspirations and reduce public resistance to the planning of LULUs. It can enhance certainty in project planning and hence save both time and cost. (SS05587)



  • Socio-economic Status and Inequalities in Exposure to Transportation Noise in Hong Kong

  • LAM Kin Che
    1 January 2007
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This research examines the extent to which differences in exposure to transportation noise in urban Hong Kong is related to the socio-economic status of the inhabitants. Recent studies have shown that biases in environmental policies and regulatory processes, combined with discriminatory market forces, may lead to disproportionate exposures to environmental nuisances amongst certain population groups.
    The focus of this direct grant will attempt to ascertain if, and to what extent, environmental inequalities occur in urban Hong Kong with regard to transportation noise exposure. If such inequalities do exist in Hong Kong, the results will form the basis for the development of a larger RGC grant to investigate why such inequalities exist in Hong Kong. This proposed research will contribute to the understanding of environmental inequality in a compact city like Hong Kong. The findings will have significant bearing for environmental conflict resolution and policy making. (SS06992)



  • Soundscape of Quiet Areas in Urban Hong Kong

  • LAM Kin Che
    1 June 2008
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Sound is a significant part of the urban living experience. While the urban soundscape is dominated by transportation noise, there are “quiet” areas where transportation noise levels are relatively low. These sounds, no matter whether they are of human, mechanical or natural origin, are integral parts of the sonic environment and are resources which can be used, managed to our benefit or misused to impair our quality of life. This study, the first of its kind in Hong Kong, attempts to identify, delineate and characterize the soundscape of the quiet areas in urban Hong Kong and explore how the users perceive and interact with the sonic environment. The quiet areas in dense cities are sonic refuges for urban dwellers which, if properly managed, can significantly enhance urban livability. The study will generate indispensable information for the conservation and enhancement of urban soundscapes and for the development of a CERG grant. (SS07489)



  • Strategy to Promote and Support Tourism in Tsuen Wan

  • LAM Kin Che
    1 October 2000
    Tsuen Wan District Council

    This study investigates the strength, weakness, opportunities and constraints of developing tourist industry in Tsuen Wan. The project will assess the tourist resources in the district, determines the preference of potential clients and proposes measures to manage these resources and promote tourism. (SS20008)



  • Study on a Sustainable Urban Development at Yau Tong, Victoria Harbour

  • CHAU Kwai Cheong, LAI Pong Wai, LEE Wai Ying Joanna, LEUNG Wai Han Maggi, SHEN Jianfa, YAU Tik Shan
    1 December 2004
    Main Wealth Development Limited

    Project Objectives
    Overall Objectives:
    - To conduct a sustainability study in order to make the Yau Tong Bay Development into a model for sustainability.
    Specific objectives:
    - To review the EIA report of the proposed reclamation and Yau Tong Bay Development in the light of sustainability concept
    - To develop sustainability framework and action plan for construction and operation phases of the proposed reclamation and development
    - To performance independent checking/audit of implementation of the sustainability action plan
    - To recommend any additional works for attaining the goal to making Yau Tong Bay Development a model for sustainability
    Deliverables
    - Workshop Plan: We will prepare a workshop plan in liaison with the Client, including venue, programme, logistic arrangement, list of intended participants and key issues to be addressed. Briefing notes and presentations will be prepared by the Consortium and/or their consultants
    - Stakeholders Workshop: We will host the workshop at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and facilitate discussions and consensus building
    - Summary Report of Workshop Findings: We will prepare and circulate the finalized summary report to all workshop participants
    - Sustainability Framework: This will include the sustainability themes identified and agreed by the multi-stakeholders, the sustainability checklists for project implementation and the goals, actions and targets identified during the development of the sustainability themes.
    - Sustainability Action Plans for Project Implementation: Sustainability action plans for the implementation work packages during various phases such as reclamation, land remediation and development will be developed. The timing of this deliverable however is subject to the decision on the project implementation and hence cannot be determined at this stage
    - Independent checking reports: We will report on the success/failure of implementation of the action plan and recommend remediation if necessary. The submission schedule will be determined when the construction and operation programmes are better known. (SS04844)



  • Studying Spatial Dimensions of Poverty in Hong Kong

  • ZHANG Li
    1 April 2006
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    In recent years, poverty has been a heat topic of concern in Hong Kong because of widening income inequality and the increasing number of the poor. The extant literature has systematically explained why income inequality in Hong Kong has persisted despite impressive economic growth. What remains relatively little understood is the geographic aspects of inequality and poverty. This study aims to investigate the spatial dimensions and patterns of urban poverty and the causes of poverty district formation. We are going to capture poverty heterogeneity between districts and investigate geographical factors that influence poverty. The findings of this project will provide a basis and insights on public policy planning in general, and on the design of geographically targeted antipoverty programs in particular. (SS05368)



  • Subcontract of 2004 Update of Terrestrial Habitat Mapping and Ranking Based on Conservation Value (Terrestrial Habitat and Ecological Baseline Database Reviewing and Updating Work)

  • LIN Hui, YANG Limin, CHEN Guizhu (Joint Lab. for Geoinformation Science)#
    4 October 2004
    Sustainable Development Fund, HKSAR Government

    Joint Laboratory for Geolnformation Science (JLGIS), The Chinese Academy of Sciences and The Chinese University of Hong Kong in association with Scott Wilson Ltd, has been appointed by the Sustainable Development Unit (SDU), Government Secretariat of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on October 2004, to carry out a study to update the terrestrial habitat mapping and ranking based on conservation value. Scott Wilson Ltd. is an international consultancy providing a comprehensive range of integrated planning, management, engineering and environmental services in the built and natural environments throughout the world. The JLGIS is an establishment between the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) on the campus of the CUHK in 1997.
    The primary objective of the 2004 Study is to update the terrestrial habitat mapping and ranking for Hong Kong based on conservation value by using the latest available satellite and geospatial data as of year 2004. Specifically, the main goals of this study are:
    • To conduct a comprehensive study to update information and findings of the 2000 Survey and the 2003 Study
    • To update the existing TH&E Baseline Database (including the GIS maps in CASET); and
    • To maintain data integrity by carrying out remote sensing analysis using the latest satellite images, desktop truthing, and field truthing surveys. (BL04632)



  • Survey of Community Attitudes to Waste Reduction and Recycling

  • NG Sai Leung
    1 November 2002
    Environment and Conservation Fund

    In Hong Kong, municipal wasteloads have increased an average of about 4% per year since late 1980s. It is expected that the remaining landfill space can last only for 10 to 15 years. In September 2001, the Secretary for the Environment and Food addressed that “reduction and recycling” is a key component in the waste management. In this year, the government has implemented a number of programmes to increase community involvement in reducing and recycling waste, including double the number of waste separation bins for recycling in public places to a total of 16,000; introduce a sustained public education programme to ensure that the general public is well informed on how to prevent waste production and how to separate the waste for recycling, etc. Much of the effort is targeted at households and individuals. The purpose of the project is to critically investigate the general public’s attitude, awareness and preference on waste reduction and recycling so that relevant information is collected for facilitating effective environmental management, and appropriate policy and legislation. (SS02779)



  • Tsuen Wan District Council Tourism Study

  • CHAU Kwai Cheong, LAI Pong Wai, LEE Wai Ying Joanna, YAU Tik Shan
    1 January 2005
    Tsuen Wan District Council

    1. Study Objectives
    As a result of the shift of manufacturing industries to the Pearl River Delta north of the HKSAR border, Tsuen Wan District has become more a commercial and residential area in the past decade. The Tsuen Wan District has excellent transport link to the urban centers in Kowloon and Hong Kong, as well as the International Airport. At the same time, the District has a rich cultural heritage and with the backdrop of the Tai Mo Shan Country Park, valuable scenic and ecological assets. The Tsuen Wan District Council has been working to develop tourism within the District, making best use of its cultural and natural heritages. The proximity of the District to the Disneyland International Theme Park in Lantau Island, together with the infrastructural linkage of the theme park to Tsuen Wan, offer excellent opportunities for new tourism based development in the District.
    The objectives of the study include: (a) To review the existing urban, commercial, cultural and natural assets in Tsuen Wan
    (b) To prepare an outline strategy to make best use of these assets, with enhancement as necessary, in order to capture the opportunities offered by the Disneyland International Theme Park
    (c) To help shape a sustainable tourism development plan for the Tsuen Wan District
    2. Time frame of Study
    This study will take approximately 3 months to complete. We understand that the Tusen Wan District Council wishes to complete the study before end of 10 March 2005. We would endeavor to complete the outline strategy to meet the expected schedule
    3. Deliverable
    A Study Report written in English and Chinese will be submitted before 10 March 2005. The report will include an update of the Comprehensive Tourism Development Plan for Tsuen Wan, complete with planning goals, tourism resource analysis and an outline strategic implementation plan, will be submit at the end of the study. Development priorities will be set by incorporating the important concept of sustainability. One hard copy, together with the soft copy of the report will be submitted. Printing of the report will be undertaken by the Tsuen Wan District Council. (SS04361)



  • Understanding the Tunes of Nature - A Study of the Soundscape of Hong Kong Countryside

  • LAM Kin Che, MARAFA Lawal Mohammed, CHAU Kwai Cheong
    1 January 2006
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    Natural sounds are integral components of the countryside bestowing special meanings to the place and the people. Preservation and restoration of diminishing natural soundscapes has become the foremost challenge in the protection of our natural heritage. This is the first systematic study of the soundscape of Hong Kong.s countryside with the aim to increase our understanding of natural sounds as a resource. It attempts to answer the following questions: (1) How does soundscape contribute to the value of a landscape? (2) What do visitors prefer? (3) Are natural soundscapes in Hong Kong being undermined and threatened? Where and how? (4) How can the natural soundscapes be planned and managed?
    This research will select a number of countryside sonic types in the countryside of Hong Kong and characterize them through field acoustic measurements and .sound walks. by trained personnel, supplemented by in-depth interview with park visitors and controlled experiments in a virtual reality laboratory. The primary objective is to identify the key sound components that constitute a .good. soundscape, ascertain their acoustic profiles and unravel the special meanings attached to these sounds by visitors. Man-made sounds intruding into the countryside will be identified, categorized and assessed. Acoustic design and management guidelines that can enhance human satisfaction with the natural environment will be explored and formulated. (CU05629)



  • Unraveling Factors Affecting Annoyance Reactions to Rail Noise

  • LAM Kin Che, CHAN Tin Cheung (Dept of Psychology)
    1 October 2003
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    Transportation noise is a problem commonly found in many cities of the world and affecting an increasing number of people. In Hong Kong, the increase in the frequency of train services and extension of the rail network to previously less developed areas are likely to expose more and more people to rail noise resulting in greater annoyance. This project attempts to unravel the intricate relationships between rail noise and human annoyance, focusing on the acoustical and non-acoustical factors that are significant in Hong Kong. The relative significance of various factors will be determined by a combination of laboratory simulation experiments and social interviews. The findings will not only fill the current knowledge gaps in our understanding of noise-annoyance relationships, but also provide the basis for setting noise standards and formulating transportation strategies. (CU03248)



  • The Use of Native Vegetation Community as Potential Tourist Resources and Cultural Heritage in the Fringes of Hong Kong Cityscape

  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed, CHAU Kwai Cheong, FUNG Tung
    1 November 2000
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    There is a great potential to promote and develop the eco-tourism potential of Hong Kong. About 70% of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region is underdeveloped countryside land (Jim and Wong 1996). 41% of the total area of the region is already designated as country parks or areas dedicated to Sites of Special Scientific Interest. In an effort to further enhance the concepts of education, conservation and recreation, the Agriculture Fisheries and Conservation Department has identified 14 sites with potential to be designated as country parks (Planning, Environment and Lands Branch, 1993b). These will further enhance conservation of the countryside ecosystem and boost the resources for outdoor recreation and local tourism.
    Within the existing underdeveloped countrysides of Hong Kong, there exist crescents of native woodlands (Feng Shui) located at the periphery of many native villages particularly in the NT. Most of these areas, either within or outside the country parks, are areas of outstanding natural beauty, or sites of cultural, historical and scientific interset (Planning, Environment and Lands Branch, 1993a). These native villages and the feng shui vegetation that surrounds them date back to 100-200 years old. These natural resources and relics of cultural heritage are therefore valuable to the community as they provide good resources for environmental and ethical education while simultaneously promoting the virtues of conservation.
    This study will attempt to identify, classify and categorize the settlements crescented by the feng shui woods and the resources that will provide visual and aesthetic interest commonly found in these valuable cultural heritage that has a long history of environmental conservation ethics.
    Their understanding and effective categorization, will help to intensify interest in them and promote outdoor recreation and eco-tourism as a result of which will further elucidate the potentials of a more comprehensive and multidisciplinary research. (SS00883)



  • Utilizing GIS in School Geography: Education Software Development for Secondary Students in Hong Kong

  • FUNG Tung, LAM Chi Chung (Curriculum & Instruction)
    1 September 2005
    Quality Education Fund, HKSAR Government

    Geographic Information System has become a tool widely used in geographical studies. After the implementation of IT in education reform initiative, all secondary schools have had the hardware for utilizing GIS in the teaching and learning geography. Moreover, the teaching of GIS has been included in the proposed senior secondary curriculum to be implemented in 2008. The objectives of the project are (1) to develop GIS educational software for enhancing teaching and learning effectiveness in school geography; (2) to arouse students. awareness of the strengths of GIS in tackling geographical questions and (3) to inculcate in teachers and students positive attitudes towards using IT in geographical education. The software developed will help students to better understand on (a) the causes and solution to transport problems; (b) the influence of relief on rainfall and vegetation cover and (c) the flow of a river in Hong Kong. The effectiveness of the software will be assessed by means of questionnaires and workshops. (ED05858)



  • Can We Make Slopes Greener? A Critical Evaluation of Slope Bioengineering Measures In Hong Kong

  • NG Sai Leung, CHAU Kwai Cheong, MARAFA Lawal Mohammed
    1 January 2006
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    The hilly topography makes slopes an integral component of the urban cityscape in Hong Kong. In the old days, safety was the key factor under consideration but environmental aesthetics and ecological values were usually neglected. In recent years, slope safety and environmental concerns have received equal emphasis from the government. While shotcrete is still the main structure of the slope, it is overlaid with a thin layer of soil or raw straws to support the growth of vegetation. To date, about 400 slopes have been constructed or renovated involving the use of this slope design. However, there has been no research undertaken to evaluate their performance, apart from a few descriptive studies on vegetation cover and survival rate. This project aims at critically investigating the performance and sustainability of green slopes from a multi-disciplinary perspective. The objectives are threefold: (1) to review the performance of the existing slope greening techniques in terms of vegetation growth and public perception; (2) to identify the key ecological and environmental factors governing the success of slope bioengineering; and (3) to propose and evaluate the use of digested sludge as a soil-amendment material in slope greening works. The results and findings of the proposed study should greatly contribute to a better living environment in Hong Kong. (CU05634)




Research Publications


  • ANH V. V.; LEUNG Yee; LAM Kin Che and YU Z. G. "Multifractal Characterization of Hong Kong Air Quality Data". Environmetrics vol.16 no.1, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2005.02. pp.1-12.



  • AU Elvis and LAM Kin Che. "Hong Kong". Strategic Environmental Assessment and Land Use Planning: An International Evaluation ed. by Carys Jones, Mark Baker, Jeremy Carter, Stephen Jay, Michael Short and Christopher Wood. London, United Kingdom: Earthscan, 2005. pp.97-114.



  • AU Wai Hong; LAM Kin Che and HUI Wing Chi. "Changes in the Acoustical Environment Arising from New Railway Extension: a case study of Hong Kong". Paper presented in the 2005 International Congress and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering, organized by International Institute of Noise Control Engineering, 9 pgs. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2005.08.



  • CHAN Lung Sang, NG Sai Leung, A.M. Davis, YIM W.W.S. and YEUNG C.H.. "Magnetic Properties and Heavy Metal Contents of Contaminated Seabed Sediments of Penny’s Bay, Hong Kong". Marine Pollution Bulletin vol. 42 Issue 7, USA: Elsevier Science, 2001.07. pp. 569-583.



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Characteristics of and Human Preference for the Countryside Soundscapes of Hong Kong." (co-authored with Lam Kin Che; Keung M. Y.; and Marafa Lawal Mohammed) Paper presented in the INTER-NOISE 2006 Conference, Hawai, Honolulu, 3 Dec 2006



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Characterizing Natural Soundscapes and Understanding Human Response to Human-caused Noise in a Hong Kong Country Park." (co-authored with Lam Kin Che and CHAN Pak Kin), Paper presented in 153rd Meeting of Acoustical Society of America, USA, June 2007.



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Characterizing Natural Soundscapes and Understanding Human Response to Human-caused Noise in a Hong Kong Country Park." (co-authored with Lam Kin Che; Marafa Lawal Mohammed and Chan Pak Kin) Paper presented in the 153rd Meeting Acoustical Society of America, Salt Lake City, Utah, 27 Dec 2007



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. Dongjiang water--a competitive resource between Hong Kong and the neighbouring regions (co-authored with Chen Yongqin, David, and Chen Junhe), Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1997
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HC470.3 .X527 1997 v.11)



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Ecotourism and Nature-based Recreation in the Protected Areas of Hong Kong: the Case of Hoi Ha Wan." (co-authored with Marafa Lawal Mohammed) The IUCN/WCPA EA 5th Conference on Protected Areas of East Asia 16, Hong Kong SAR, June 2005



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Ecotourism Prospects in the Urban Environment: The Case of Hong Kong." (co-authored with Marafa Lawal Mohammed) Paper presented in the IGU Conference Queensland University of Technology, 3 July 2006



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Nitrogen Mineralization in Soils along a Vegetation Chronosequence in Hong Kong." (co-authored with Marafa Lawal Mohammed) Paper presented in the Second International Conference on Soil Quality Evolution Mechanism and Sustainable Use of Soil Resources: Soil Quality, Environment & Sustainable Agriculture in Tropical & Subtropical Regions, Yingtan, China, Sept 2003



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Nitrogen Mineralization in Soils along a Vegetation Chronosequence in Hong Kong." (co-authored with Marafa Lawal Mohammed) Pedosphere (Beijing, China: Science Press) vol.15 no.2 (2005), pp.181-188
    (CUHK Library Call No: electronic resource ISSN: 1002-0160)



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Perceived Benefits of Hiking as an Outdoor Recreation Activity in Hong Kong." (co-authored with Marafa Lawal Mohammed and Ho Y. T.) Leisure (Belo Horizonte) vol.10 no.2 (Aug 2007)
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC GV76.E5 L43 2007)



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Bottom Soil and Overlying Water in Commercial Fishponds of Hong Kong." (co-authored with Lai Yuk Fo) Paper presented in the 7th SEAGA-KKU International Geography Conference, organized by Southeast Asian Geography Association and Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen, Thailand, 29 Nov 2004.



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Planter Soils in Hong Kong: II. Fluxes of Nitrogen and Phosphorus." (co-authored with Chan Wai Yi and Lawal Mohammed Marafa) Arboricultural Journal (UK: AB Academic Publishers) vol.24 no.2&3 (Nov 2000), pp.189-208
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Thesis SB472.7 .C43 1997)



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Recruitment of Native Species by Lophostemon Conferus Plantations in Hong Kong." (co-authored with Kong Hoi Yeung and Marafa Lawal Mohammed) Paper presented in the IGU Conference, 7 July 2006



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Bottom Soil and Overlying Water in Commercial Fishponds of Hong Kong." (co-authored with Lai Yuk Fo) Change and Development in Southeast Asia in an Era of Globalisation, ed. by Goh, K.C. & Sekson, Y. pp.340-356. Singapore: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HT384.A785 C493 2006)



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Sustainable Forestry in Hong Kong: Catalytic Effects of Acacia Plantations on the Invasion of Native Species." (co-authored with Au Pui Sze) Resource Management, Urbanization and Governance in Hong Kong and the Zhujiang Delta, ed. by Kwan-yiu Wong and Jianfa Shen. pp.133-152. Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, Aug 2002.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HC470.3.Z9 E57 2002; CC Reserve 4 hours HC470.3.Z9 E57 2002)



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "The Relevance of Soil Impact Assessment in Ecological Impact Assessment: A Case Study of the Towngas Pipeline Project in Hong Kong". (co-authored with Yuen Siu Man) Conference on Reshaping Environmental Assessment Tools for Sustainability, organized by Centre for Environmental Policy and Resource Management, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Nankai University. pp.129-142. Hong Kong SAR, Dec 2002.



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. Understanding and Preventing Landslides in Hong Kong. (Complete with CD-ROM and Textbooks). (Teaching Kit for Secondary Schools) (co-authored with To Ka Yan and Yeung Siu Hong) Hong Kong: Civil Engineering Department, Government of the HKSAR, 2000.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Kit QE599.H6 R456 2000)



  • CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Urban Ecotourism: Embracing or Overstretching the Concept - The Case of Hong Kong." (co-authored with Leung Yu Fai and Marafa Lawal Mohammed) Paper presented in the IUCN/WCPA EA 5th Conference on Protected Areas of East Asia, Hong Kong SAR, June 2005



  • CHEN Yongqin. “Cross-basin Water Transfer and Water Supplies in Hong Kong.” Proceedings of UCOWR Annual Meeting on "Living Downstream in the Next Millennium: Reconciling Watershed Concerns with Basin Management", August 1-4, 2000. New Orleans: Mississippi State University and Louisiana State University, August 2000



  • CHEN Yongqin. "Long-Term Temporal-Spatial Dynamics of Marine Coastal Water Quality in the Tolo Habor, Hong Kong, China." (co-authored with Xu Fu-liu; Lam Kin Che; Dawson R. W. and Tao Shu) Journal of Environmental Sciences (Beijing, China: IOS Press) vol.16 no.1 (2004), pp.161-166
    (CUHK Library Call No: electronic resource ISSN: 1001-0742)



  • CHEN Yongqin. "Marine Coastal Ecosystem Health Assessment: A Case Study of the Tolo Harbour, Hong Kong, China." (co-authored with Xu F. L.; Lam Kin Che; Zhao Z. Y.; Zhan W.; and Tao S.) Ecological Modelling (Elsevier B.V.) vol.173 (2004), pp.355-370
    (CUHK Library Call No: electronic resource ISSN: 0304-3800)



  • CHEN Yongqin. "Restorating Marine Coastal Ecosystem Health as a New Goal for Integrated Catchment Management in Tolo Harbour, Hong Kong, China." (co-authored with Xu Fuliu; Lam Kin Che and Tao Shu) Chinese Journal of Population Resources and Environment (China) vol.2 no.2 (April 2004), pp.11-19
    (CUHK Library Call No: electronic resource ISSN: 1004-2849 ISBN/ISSN: 37-1202/N)



  • CHEN Yongqin. "Restoration of Marine Coastal Ecosystem Health as a New Goal for Integrated Catchment Management in Tolo Harbor, Hong Kong, China." (co-authored with Xu Fu-liu; Hao Jun-yi; Tao Shu; Dawson Richard W.; Lam Kin Che) Environmental Management (Springer Science Business Media, Inc.) vol.37 no.4 (6 Feb 2006), pp.540-552



  • CHEN Yongqin. "Sustainable Development and Management of Water Resources for Urban Water Supply in Hong Kong." Water International (USA: International Water Resources Association) vol.26 no.1 (Mar 2001), pp.119-128



  • CHU David Kim Yee; SHEN Jianfa and WONG Kwan Yiu. "Shenzhen-Hong Kong as One: Modes and Prospectus of Regional Governance in the Pearl River Delta". Resource Management, Urbanization and Governance in Hong Kong and the Zhujiang Delta Edited by Kwan-yiu Wong and Jianfa Shen vol.1. Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2002.08. pp.231-248.



  • DELANG Claudius Oskar and TSE Yuk Ling. "Managing Wetlands: An Ecological Economic Analysis of the Hong Kong Wetland Park". Ecological Economy no.4, 2008. pp.440-453.



  • FUNG Tung. "Challenges of Managing Nimbyism in Hong Kong". (co-authored with LAM Kin Che, LEE Wai Ying Joanna and WOO Lai Yan) Paper presented in the International Conference on The Siting of Locally Unwanted Facilities: Challenges and Issues, organized by Centre for Environmental Policy and Resource Management, CUHK. Hong Kong, 2007.12.12.



  • FUNG Tung. "Changes in Participation in Leisure and Outdoor Recreation Activities Among Hong Kong People during the SARS Outbreak". (co-authored with MARAFA Lawal Mohammed) World Leisure vol.2. World Leisure and Recreation Association, 2004. p.38-47.



  • FUNG Tung. "From Paper Maps to Virtual Reality - a View from Hong Kong". (co-authored with LEUNG Yee and LIN Hui) The Cartographic Journal vol.41 no.3, Leeds, United Kingdom: The British Cartographic Society, 2004.12. p.261-264.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical GA101 .C381 v.41-43, 2004-06; Available Online)



  • FUNG Tung. "Habitat Mapping in Hong Kong". (co-authored with WONG KWAN KIT) Paper presented in the Regional Conference of the International Geographical Union (IGU), organized by International Geographical Unions. Brisbane, Australia, 2006.07.03.



  • FUNG Tung. "Integration of Satellite Images and Census Data for Quality of Life Assessment in Hong Kong". (co-authored with IP Oi-Ching) Diversity of Urban Development and Urban Life. ed. by Inn Kim, Young-Woo Nam and Jae-Heon Choi, Seoul, South Korea: Seoul National University Press, 2002. p.210-225.



  • FUNG Tung. "Landscape Ecology of Feng Shui Woodlands in Hong Kong Using IKONOS Images and GIS". (co-authored with HO Ka Yip and MARAFA Lawal Mohammed) Paper presented in the The 30th Congress of the International Geographical Union, organized by International Geographical Union. Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2004.08.



  • FUNG Tung. "Mangrove Species Mapping using Quickbird Image in the Maipo Ramsar Site, Hong Kong". (co-authored with LEUNG Yee, WONG KWAN KIT and DAI M. W.) Paper presented in the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers. Boston, 2008.04.



  • FUNG Tung. "Mapping the Broad Land Use Pattern of Hong Kong". (co-authored with NG Sai Leung, KWAN Mei Chi May and YEUNG Shui Ling) Planning and Development: Journal of the Hong Kong Institute of Planners vol.17 no.2, Hong Kong SAR, 2001. p.41-50.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HT169.H6 P5 v.16-17, 2000-01)



  • FUNG Tung. "A Study Of Green Space And Its Changes In Hong Kong Using NDVI". (co-authored with SIU Wai Lok) Geographical & Environmental Modelling vol.5 no.2, Taylor & Francis, 2001. p.111-122.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • FUNG Tung. "Subtropical Tree Recognition with Hyperspectral Data Analysis in Hong Kong". (co-authored with MA Fung Yan, SIU Wai Lok, LIN Hui and GONG Peng) Geocarto International vol.16 no.3, Hong Kong: Geocarto International Centre, 2001.09. p.25-34.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical G70.4 .G46 v.16, 2001)



  • IP Oi-Ching and FUNG Tung. "Integration of Satellite Images and Census Data for Quality of Life Assessment in Hong Kong". Diversity of Urban Development and Urban Life, ed. by Inn Kim, Young-Woo Nam and Jae-Heon Choi, Seoul, South Korea: Seoul National University Press, 2002. pp.210-225.



  • LAI YUK FO and CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Bottom Soil and Overlying Water in Commercial Fishponds of Hong Kong". Change and Development in Southeast Asia in an Era of Globalisation ed. by Goh, K.C. & Sekson, Y. Singapore: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006. pp.340-356.



  • LAI YUK FO and CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Bottom Soil and Overlying Water in Commercial Fishponds of Hong Kong". Change and Development in Southeast Asia in an Era of Globalisation ed. by Goh, K.C. & Yongvanit, S.. Singapore: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006. pp.340-356.



  • LAI YUK FO and CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Bottom Soil and Overlying Water in Commercial Fishponds of Hong Kong". Paper presented in the 7th SEAGA-KKU International Geography Conference, organized by Southeast Asian Geography Association and Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen, Thailand, 2004.11.29.



  • LAI YUK FO and LAM Kin Che. "The Adsorption and Desorption of Phosphate by Wetland Sediments in Hong Kong". Paper Presented at the International Conference on Hydrological Sciences for Managing Water Resources in the Asian Developing World. Guangzhou, China, 2006.06.08.



  • LAI YUK FO and LAM Kin Che. "Phosphorus retention and release by sediments in the eutrophic Mai Po Marshes, Hong Kong". Paper Presented in the 5th International Conference on Marine Pollution and Ecotoxicology. Hong Kong SAR, China, 2007.06.06.



  • LAI YUK FO and LAM Kin Che. "Phosphorus Sorption Characteristics of Sediments in a Constructed Wetland in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the International Symposium on Wetland Pollutant Dynamics and Control (WETPOL), organized by Ghent University, University of Antwerp, and Belgian Federal Science Policy Office, p.89-90. Ghent, Belgium, 2005.09.04.



  • LAI Yuk fo Derrick and LAM Kin Che. "Phosphorus Retention and Release by Sediments in the Eutrophic Mai Po Marshes, Hong Kong". Marine Pollution Bulletin no.57, 2008. pp.349-356.



  • LAM H. and MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Sustainable Tourism: A Case of Community-Based Initiatives on Peng Chau Island in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the 1st GREEN GLOBE 21 Conference, Marlborough, New Zealand, 2004.03.



  • LAM Kin Che. "The Adsorption and Desorption of Phosphate by Wetland Sediments in Hong Kong". (co-authored with LAI YUK FO) Paper Presented at the International Conference on Hydrological Sciences for Managing Water Resources in the Asian Developing World. Guangzhou, China, 2006.06.08.



  • LAM Kin Che. An analysis of the regional winds affecting concentrations of total suspended particulates in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Cheng Shouquan) Hong Kong : Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HC470.3 .X527 1997 v.12)



  • LAM Kin Che. "Annoyance Response to Mixed Transportation Noise in Hong Kong". (co-authored with CHAN Pak-kin, CHAN Tin-cheung, AU Wai-hong and HUI Wing-chi) Applied Acoustics no.70, Elsevier, 2008.05. pp.1-10.



  • LAM Kin Che. "Challenges of Managing Nimbyism in Hong Kong". (co-authored with LEE Wai Ying Joanna, FUNG Tung and WOO Lai Yan) Paper presented in the International Conference on The Siting of Locally Unwanted Facilities: Challenges and Issues, organized by Centre for Environmental Policy and Resource Management, CUHK. Hong Kong, 2007.12.12.



  • LAM Kin Che. "Changes in the Acoustical Environment Arising from New Railway Extension: a case study of Hong Kong". (co-authored with AU Wai Hong and HUI Wing Chi) Paper presented in the 2005 International Congress and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering, organized by International Institute of Noise Control Engineering. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2005.08.



  • LAM Kin Che. "Characteristics of and Human Preference for the Countryside Soundscapes of Hong Kong". (co-authored with KEUNG M. Y., CHAU Kwai Cheong and MARAFA Lawal Mohammed) Paper presented in the INTER-NOISE 2006 Conference. Hawai, Honolulu, 2006.12.03.



  • LAM Kin Che. "Characterizing Natural Soundscapes and Understanding Human Response to Human-caused Noise in a Hong Kong Country Park". (co-authored with CHAU Kwai Cheong and CHAN Pak Kin) 153rd Meeting of Acoustical Society of America USA, 2007.06. pp.1-11.



  • LAM Kin Che. "Characterizing Natural Soundscapes and Understanding Human Response to Human-caused Noise in a Hong Kong Country Park". (co-authored with CHAU Kwai Cheong, MARAFA Lawal Mohammed and CHAN Pak Kin) Paper presented in the 153rd Meeting Acoustical Society of America. Salt Lake City, Utah, 2007.12.27.



  • LAM Kin Che. The chemical quality and use of well water in the New Territories. Hong Kong: Dept. of Geography and Geographical Research Centre,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1983.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL TD426.L35; UL HK Studies TD426.L35)



  • LAM Kin Che. Climatic impact on air pollution concentration in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Shouquan Cheng) Hong Kong : Dept. of Geography, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize G1 .O228 no.137; UL HK Studies G1 .O228 no.137 c.2)



  • LAM Kin Che. Differences in stream water quality in relation to catchment vegetation in Tai Lam Chung, Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Dept. of Agriculture and Fisheries, 1980.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document TD302.H6 L35)



  • LAM Kin Che. Environmental management in developing countries : some lessons from China and Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Dept. of Geography,Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1983.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HC430.E5L35; UL HK Studies HC430.E5L35)



  • LAM Kin Che. "Environmental Quality of Urban Parks and Open Spaces in Hong Kong". (co-authored with NG Sai Leung, HUI Wing Chi and CHAN Pak Kin) Environment Monitoring and Assessment vol.111, Springer, 2005. pp.55-73.



  • LAM Kin Che. "Heavy Metal Contents and Magnetic Properties of Playground Dust in Hong Kong". (co-authored with NG Sai Leung, CHAN Lung Sang and CHAN Wing Kan) Environmental Monitoring and Assessment vol.89. Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003. pp.221-232.



  • LAM Kin Che. "Home Sweet Home? A Case Study of Household Dust Contamination in Hong Kong". (co-authored with TONG Susanna T.Y.) The Science of the Total Environment vol.256, UK: Elsevier Science, 2000. pp.115-123.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical W1 .S365 v.256-258, 2000; Available Online)



  • LAM Kin Che. "Hong Kong". (co-authored with AU Elvis) Strategic Environmental Assessment and Land Use Planning: An International Evaluation ed. by Carys Jones, Mark Baker, Jeremy Carter, Stephen Jay, Michael Short and Christopher Wood. London, United Kingdom: Earthscan, 2005. pp.97-114.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • LAM Kin Che. "Human Annoyance Response to a Step Change in Noise Exposure Following Opening of a New Railway Extension in Hong Kong". (co-authored with AU Wai-hong) Paper presented in the 9th International Congress on Noise as a Public Health Problem (ICBEN) 2008, 8 pgs. 2008.



  • LAM Kin Che. "Human Response to a Step Change in Noise Exposure Following the Opening of a New Railway Extension in Hong Kong". (co-authored with AU Wai-hong) ACTA ACUSTICA UNITED WITH ACUSTICA vol.94, 2008. pp.553-562.



  • LAM Kin Che. Human response to traffic noise in Hong Kong. S.l. : s.n., 1988.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Pamphlet Z691.L256 H852 1988)



  • LAM Kin Che. "Long-Term Temporal-Spatial Dynamics of Marine Coastal Water Quality in the Tolo Habor, Hong Kong, China". (co-authored with XU Fu-liu, DAWSON R. W., TAO Shu and CHEN Yongqin David) Journal of Environmental Sciences vol.16 no.1, Beijing, China: IOS Press, 2004. pp.161-166.



  • LAM Kin Che. "Marine Coastal Ecosystem Health Assessment: A Case Study of the Tolo Harbour, Hong Kong, China". (co-authored with XU F. L., ZHAO Z. Y., ZHAN W., CHEN Yongqin David and TAO S.) Ecological Modelling vol.173. Elsevier B.V., 2004. pp.355-370.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • LAM Kin Che. "Multifractal Characterization of Hong Kong Air Quality Data". (co-authored with ANH V. V.; LEUNG Yee and YU Z. G.) Environmetrics vol.16 no.1, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2005.02. pp.1-12.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical GE45.S73 E58 v.16, 2005; Available Online)



  • LAM Kin Che. Parks, people and the environment : a study of the environmental quality and visitor behavior in parks and open spaces in Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Centre for Environmental Policy and Resource Management, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies SB484.H6 P37 2004)



  • LAM Kin Che. "Phosphorus Retention and Release by Sediments in the Eutrophic Mai Po Marshes, Hong Kong". (co-authored with LAI Yuk-fo Derrick) Marine Pollution Bulletin no.57, pp.349-356. 2008.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical GC1080.M35 v.56, no.1-6, 2008; Available Online)



  • LAM Kin Che. "Phosphorus Sorption Characteristics of Sediments in a Constructed Wetland in Hong Kong". (co-authored with LAI YUK FO) Paper presented in the International Symposium on Wetland Pollutant Dynamics and Control (WETPOL), organized by Ghent University, University of Antwerp, and Belgian Federal Science Policy Office, Ghent, Belgium, 2005.09.04. p.89-90.



  • LAM Kin Che. "Respiratory Suspended Particulate (RSP) Concentration and its Implications to Roadside Workers: A Case Study of Hong Kong". (co-authored with NG Sai Leung) Environmental Monitoring and Assessment vol.72, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001. pp.235-247.



  • LAM Kin Che. "Restoration of Marine Coastal Ecosystem Health as a New Goal for Integrated Catchment Management in Tolo Harbor, Hong Kong, China". (co-authored with XU Fu-liu, HAO Jun-yi, TAO Shu, DAWSON Richard W. and CHEN Yongqin David) Environmental Management vol.37 no.4, Springer Science Business Media, Inc., 2006.02.06. pp.540-552.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical TD1 .E48 v.37, 2006)



  • LAM Kin Che. Some aspects of fluvial erosion in three small catchments, New Territories, Hong Kong. Hong Kong : University of Hong Kong, 1974.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL QE581.L3)



  • LAM Kin Che. "Soundscape of Urban Parks in Hong Kong". (co-authored with WONG CHUN YIN and HUI Wing Chi) Paper presented in the internoise2004, organized by Czech Acoustical Society and the International Institute of Noise Control Engineering. Prague, Czech Republic, 2004.08.22.



  • LAM Kin Che. Stream pollution in the Shatin Valley. S.l. : Dept. of Geography and Geographical Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1980.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL TD425.L36; UL HK Studies TD425.L36)



  • LAM Kin Che. Traffic and industrial noise problems in Tsuen Wan for Tsuen Wan District Board : (full report). Hong Kong: Tsuen Wan Provisional District Board, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document TD893.6.T7 T7 1997; UL Oversize TD893.6.T7 T7 1997 c.2)



  • LAM Kin Che. "Understanding the Temporal Variation of Countryside Soundscape of Hong Kong". (co-authored with LI P. L., MARAFA Lawal Mohammed, SO W. W. and LEE K. C.) Paper presented in the 36th International Congress and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering, Internoise 2007. Turkey, Istanbul, 2007.08.



  • LAM Kin Che. Using an automated synoptic climatological approach to forecast air pollution concentrations in Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Dept. of Geography, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1997.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize G1 .O228 no.136; UL HK Studies G1 .O228 no.136 c.2)



  • LEE Wai Ying. "Challenges of Managing Nimbyism in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM Kin Che, FUNG Tung and WOO Lai Yan). Paper presented in the International Conference on The Siting of Locally Unwanted Facilities: Challenges and Issues, organized by Centre for Environmental Policy and Resource Management, CUHK. Hong Kong, 2007.12.12.



  • LEE Wai Ying. "Harbour Reclamation in Hong Kong: Spatial Manifestation of Conflicting Interests". Conference on "Colonial Governmentality & the Production of Space in Hong Kong" Hong Kong SAR, 2005.06.



  • LEE Wai Ying. "Hong Kong and Macao under Chinese Sovereignty" (co-authored with YEUNG Yue Man and KEE Wai Man). Eurasian Geography and Economics vol.49 no.3, 2008.06.17. pp.304-325.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • LEE Wai Ying. Revitalizing Fo Tan Industrial Area : a survey on workers and business operators : final report. (co-authored with Lai Pong Wai) Hong Kong : Centre for Environmental Policy and Resource Management, Dept. of Geography and Resource Management, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2007.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HD943.5 .L44 2007)



  • LEE Wai Ying. Role of development plans in development control in Shatin. Hong Kong : Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1996.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Thesis HT395.H62 S53 1996)



  • LEE Wai Ying. Transforming Hong Kong into a world city [microform] : the world city formation process. 2004.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Thesis HT384.H85 L43 2004; Available Online)



  • LEE Wai Ying. "World City Formation as a Time-space Cycle: the Case of Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Hong Kong Geography Day 2005, organized by Hong Kong Baptist University. 2005.11.19.



  • LEUNG Wai Han. ""Make Yourself at Home, Gipsy Kings!" -- Hochqualifizierte Migranten in Hong Kong". Conference of the East Asia Working Group of the German Association for Geography Trier, Germany, 2005.10.06.



  • LEUNG Wai Han. "Who Cares? Managing the Family in Transnational/Transborder Space: Stories from Migrants in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the International Workshop on Asian Transnational Families. Singapore, 2005.02.02.



  • LEUNG Yu Fai; MARAFA Lawal Mohammed and CHAU Kwai Cheong. "Urban Ecotourism: Embracing or Overstretching the Concept - The Case of Hong Kong". Paper presented in the IUCN/WCPA EA 5th Conference on Protected Areas of East Asia, Hong Kong SAR, 2005.06.



  • LI P. L.; LAM Kin Che; MARAFA Lawal Mohammed; SO W. W. and LEE K. C.. "Understanding the Temporal Variation of Countryside Soundscape of Hong Kong". Paper presented in the 36th International Congress and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering, Internoise 2007, Turkey, Istanbul, 2007.08.



  • LIN Hui. "Subtropical Tree Recognition with Hyperspectral Data Analysis in Hong Kong" (co-authored with FUNG Tung, MA Fung Yan, SIU Wai Lok and GONG Peng). Geocarto International vol.16 no.3, Hong Kong: Geocarto International Centre, 2001.09. pp.25-34.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical G70.4 .G46 v.16, 2001 )



  • LIN Hui. "From Paper Maps to Virtual Reality - a View from Hong Kong" (co-authored with FUNG Tung and LEUNG Yee). The Cartographic Journal vol.41 no.3, Leeds, United Kingdom: The British Cartographic Society, 2004.12. pp.261-264.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical GA101 .C381 v.41-43, 2004-06)



  • LIN Hui. "Distributed Virtual Environments For Managing Country Parks In Hong Kong: A Case Study Of The Shing Mun Country Park" (co-authored with GONG Jianhua). Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing vol.68 no.4, Bethesda, USA: American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 2002.04. p.369-377.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical TA593.A2P5 v.68, no.1-6, 2002)



  • LIN Hui. "The Relationship between Linear Weak-Information of Radar Image and Subordinate Faults in Landslide Area of Hong Kong" (co-authored with SHI Huo-sheng and SHAN Yin). Geological Journal of China Universities vol.7 no.1, Nanjing, China: Nanjing University, 2001.03. pp.34-42.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Changes in Participation in Leisure and Outdoor Recreation Activities Among Hong Kong People during the SARS Outbreak" (co-authored with FUNG Tung). World Leisure vol.2, World Leisure and Recreation Association, 2004. pp.38-47.



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Characteristics of and Human Preference for the Countryside Soundscapes of Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM Kin Che; KEUNG M. Y. and CHAU Kwai Cheong). Paper presented in the INTER-NOISE 2006 Conference. Hawai, Honolulu, 2006.12.03.



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Characterizing Natural Soundscapes and Understanding Human Response to Human-caused Noise in a Hong Kong Country Park" (co-authored with LAM Kin Che, CHAU Kwai Cheong and CHAN Pak Kin). Paper presented in the 153rd Meeting Acoustical Society of America. Salt Lake City, Utah, 2007.12.27.



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Developing and Implementing Special Interest Tourism (SIT) in Hong Kong Rural Landscapes". Paper presented in the Conference on Changing Geography in Diversified World. 2006.06.01.



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Ecotourism and Nature-based Recreation in the Protected Areas of Hong Kong: the Case of Hoi Ha Wan" (co-authored with CHAU Kwai Cheong). The IUCN/WCPA EA 5th Conference on Protected Areas of East Asia. Hong Kong SAR, 2005.06.



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Ecotourism Prospects in the Urban Environment: The Case of Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHAU Kwai Cheong). Paper presented in the IGU Conference Queensland University of Technology. 2006.07.03.



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Identifying Wilderness in the Landscapes of Hong Kong Urban Periphery". International Journal of Wderness vol.9 no.3, United States of America: University of Idaho, 2003.12. pp.39-42, 33.



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Landscape Ecology of Feng Shui Woodlands in Hong Kong Using IKONOS Images and GIS" (co-authored with FUNG Tung and HO Ka Yip). Paper presented in the The 30th Congress of the International Geographical Union, organized by International Geographical Union. Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2004.08.



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Nitrogen Mineralization in Soils Along a Vegetation Chronosequence in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHAU Kwai Cheong). Pedosphere vol.15 no.2, Beijing, China: Science Press, 2005. pp.181-188.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Perceived Benefits of Hiking as an Outdoor Recreation Activity in Hong Kong" (co-authored with HO Y. T. and CHAU Kwai Cheong). Leisure vol.10 no.2, Belo Horizonte, 2007.08.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical AP95.C4 C5454 2007, no.1-6)



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Recruitment of Native Species by Lophostemon Conferus Plantations in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHAU Kwai Cheong and KONG Hoi Yeung). Paper presented in the IGU Conference. 2006.07.07.



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Socio-ecological Impact and Risk Assessments in the Urban Environment: a Multidisciplinary Concept from Hong Kong". The Environmentalist vol.22. Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002. pp.377-385.
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC Periodical TD169 .E5 v.22, 2002)



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. Soil studies along a vegetation chronosequence affected by fire in Hong Kong, South China.1998.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Thesis S599.6.H6 M37 1998)



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Sustainable Tourism: A Case of Community-Based Initiatives on Peng Chau Island in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM H.). Paper presented in the 1st GREEN GLOBE 21 Conference, Marlborough, New Zealand, 2004.03.



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Understanding the Temporal Variation of Countryside Soundscape of Hong Kong" (co-authored with LI P. L., LAM Kin Che, SO W. W. and LEE K. C.). Paper presented in the 36th International Congress and Exposition on Noise Control Engineering, Internoise 2007. Turkey, Istanbul, 2007.08.



  • MARAFA Lawal Mohammed. "Urban Ecotourism: Embracing or Overstretching the Concept - The Case of Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEUNG Yu Fai and CHAU Kwai Cheong). Paper presented in the IUCN/WCPA EA 5th Conference on Protected Areas of East Asia. Hong Kong SAR, 2005.06.



  • NG Sai Leung. "A Diatom Model for Inferring Sea Level Change in the Coastal Waters of Hong Kong" (co-authored with SIN Fung Siu). Journal of Paleolmnology vol.30 no.4, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003.11. pp.427-440.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • NG Sai Leung. "Environmental Quality of Urban Parks and Open Spaces in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM Kin Che, HUI Wing Chi and CHAN Pak Kin). Environment Monitoring and Assessment vol.111. Springer, 2005. pp.55-73.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • NG Sai Leung. "Heavy Metal Contents and Magnetic Properties of Playground Dust in Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHAN Lung Sang, LAM Kin Che and CHAN Wing Kan ). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment vol.89, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003. pp.221-232.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • NG Sai Leung. "Magnetic Properties and Heavy Metal Contents of Contaminated Seabed Sediments of Penny’s Bay, Hong Kong" (co-authored with CHAN Lung Sang, A.M. Davis, YIM W.W.S. and YEUNG C.H.). Marine Pollution Bulletin vol. 42 Issue 7, USA: Elsevier Science, 2001.07. pp. 569-583.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical GC1080.M35 v.42, no.7-12, 2001)



  • NG Sai Leung. "Mapping the Broad Land Use Pattern of Hong Kong" (co-authored with FUNG Tung, KWAN Mei Chi May and YEUNG Shui Ling). Planning and Development: Journal of the Hong Kong Institute of Planners vol.17 no.2, Hong Kong SAR, 2001. pp.41-50.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HT169.H6 P5 v.16-17, 2000-01)



  • NG Sai Leung. "Respiratory Suspended Particulate (RSP) Concentration and its Implications to Roadside Workers: A Case Study of Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAM Kin Che). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment vol.72, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001. pp.235-247.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • NG Sai Leung. "Subjective Residential Environment and Its Implications for Quality of Life among University Students in Hong Kong". Social Indicators Research vol.71 no.1, Springer, 2005.03. pp.467-489.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HN25.S64 v.71-72, 2005)



  • SHEN Jianfa. China's 11th Five-Year Plan: Opportunities and Challenges for Hong Kong(co-authored with YEUNG Yue Man and ZHANG Li). Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006.10.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HC470.3 .Y43 2006)



  • SHEN Jianfa. "Competition or Cooperation? Assessing Intercity Relations between Hong Kong and Shenzhen". Paper presented in the Workshop on Governing Global City-Regions in China and the West: A Comparative Approach, organized by School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong-America Center. Hong Kong, 2008.06.02.



  • SHEN Jianfa. "Cross-Border Connection Between Hong Kong and Mainland China Under 'Two Systems' Before and Beyond 1997". Geografiska Annaler, Series B vol.85 no.1,. Blackwell, 2003.03. pp.1-17



  • SHEN Jianfa. "Cross-border Urban Governance in Hong Kong: The Role of State in a Globalizing City-Region". The Professional Geographer vol.56 no.4, Blackwell Publishing, 2004.11. pp.530-543.



  • SHEN Jianfa. "Cross-boundary Urban Development in Hong Kong and Shenzhen 1997-2007". International Conference on China’s Urban Land and Housing in the Twenty-first Century Hong Kong, 2007.12.13. pp.1-16.



  • SHEN Jianfa. "Demographic and Economic Relations between Hong Kong and Mainland China before and after 1997". Diversity of Urban Development and Urban Life Edited by Inn Kim, Young-Woo Nam and Jae-Heon Choi. Seoul, South Korea: Seoul National University Press, 2002.05. pp.144-163.



  • SHEN Jianfa. Development and Transformation of the Free Port of Hong Kong (co-authored with YEUNG Yue Man). Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.145 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.145)



  • SHEN Jianfa. "Hong Kong and Mainland China Connection: 1997 and Beyond". Paper presented in the "IGU Commission Conference on Urban Development and Urban Life." Seoul, South Korea, 2000.08.09.



  • SHEN Jianfa. "Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Pearl River Delta: Changing Relations under Globalization".2008 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers Boston, 2008.04.15.



  • SHEN Jianfa. " Hong Kong's Urban Competitiveness and its Challenges". Paper presented in the The 4th International Forum on Urban Competitiveness, organized by Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs and The Institute for Industrial Policy Studies, Republic of Korea. Seoul, 2007.12.05.



  • SHEN Jianfa. "Integration of World City and its Hinterland under Globalization: Changing Relations between Hong Kong and Pearl River Delta ". China Urban Studies vol.1. Beijing: Encyclopedia of China Publishing House, 2008.05. pp.33-52.



  • SHEN Jianfa. "Integration of World City and its Hinterland under Globalization: Changing Relations between Hong Kong and Pearl River Delta". Seminar presented at School of Geography, Fujian Normal University Fuzhou, 2007.11.18.



  • SHEN Jianfa. Population Growth, Fertility Decline and Ageing in Hong Kong: The Perceived and Real Demographic Effect of Migration (co-authored with DAI Erbiao). Occasional Paper No. 14. Hong Kong: Shanghai-Hong Kong Development Institute/Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 O3 no.14 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 O3 no.14)



  • SHEN Jianfa. "Regional Transformation and Integration in Hong Kong - Zhujiang Delta Region". Paper presented in the 「區域經濟:中國面臨的機遇、挑戰與前景」第九屆中華經濟協作系統研討會, organized by 上海市社會科學界聯合會、香港亞太二十一學會、上海浦東發展研究院、上海財經大學人文學院. Shanghai, China, 2004.01.09.



  • SHEN Jianfa. Resource Management, Urbanization And Governance In Hong Kong And The Zhujiang Delta.(co-authored with WONG Kwan Yiu) Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2002.08.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HC470.3.Z9 E57 2002; CC Reserve 4 hours HC470.3.Z9 E57 2002 c.2)



  • SHEN Jianfa. Series: V Hunan and Hong Kong The Pan-Pearl River Delta Region and Hong Kong under the 11th Five-year Plan Research (co-authored with YEUNG Yue Man and SO Man Shan)Occasional paper no.195. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, 2008.06.



  • SHEN Jianfa. "Shenzhen-Hong Kong as One: Modes and Prospectus of Regional Governance in the Pearl River Delta" (co-authored with CHU David Kim Yee and WONG Kwan Yiu). Resource Management, Urbanization and Governance in Hong Kong and the Zhujiang Delta Edited by Kwan-yiu Wong and Jianfa Shen vol.1 Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2002.08. pp.231-248.



  • SHEN Jianfa. "Spatial Transformation and Regional Integration in Hong Kong-Zhujiang Delta Region". Paper presented in the "Global Conference on Economic Geography", organized by Department of Geography, National University of Singapore. Singapore, 2000.12.05.



  • SHEN Jianfa. The Western Pearl River Delta: Growth and Opportunities for Cooperative Development with Hong Kong. (co-authored with YEUNG Yue Man and ZHANG Li) Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK, 2005.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HC428.C498 Y48 2005 c.2; UL HK Studies HC428.C498 Y48 2005)



  • SHEN Jianfa. "World City and Its Hinterland: The Transformation of Hong Kong as Trade & Logistics-Hub". Journal of Korea Trade vol.8 no.1, Korea, South, 2004.05. pp.25-53.



  • SHEN Jianfa. "World City and Its Hinterland: The Transformation of Hong Kong as Trade and Logistics-Hub". Proceedings of The 3rd International Gwangyang Port Forum and International Conference Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of KTRA Gwangyang City, Korea, South: Korea Trade Research Association, 2004.04.22. pp.359-384.



  • TO Ka Yan; YEUNG Siu Hong and CHAU Kwai Cheong. Understanding and Preventing Landslides in Hong Kong. (Complete with CD-ROM and Textbooks). (Teaching Kit for Secondary Schools) Hong Kong: Civil Engineering Department, Government of the HKSAR, 2000.



  • TONG Susanna T.Y. and LAM Kin Che. "Home Sweet Home? A Case Study of Household Dust Contamination in Hong Kong". The Science of the Total Environment vol.256, UK: Elsevier Science, 2000. pp.115-123.



  • WONG CHUN YIN; LAM Kin Che and HUI Wing Chi. "Soundscape of Urban Parks in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the internoise2004, organized by Czech Acoustical Society and the International Institute of Noise Control Engineering, 8 pgs. Prague, Czech Republic, 2004.08.22.



  • WONG KWAN KIT and FUNG Tung. "Habitat Mapping in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Regional Conference of the International Geographical Union (IGU), organized by International Geographical Union, 1 pgs. Brisbane, Australia, 2006.07.03.



  • WONG Kwan Yiu and SHEN Jianfa. ed. Resource Management, Urbanization And Governance In Hong Kong And The Zhujiang Delta. Edited by Kwan-yiu Wong and Jianfa Shen vol.1 307 pgs. Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2002.08.



  • XU F. L.; LAM Kin Che; ZHAO Z. Y.; ZHAN W.; CHEN Yongqin David and TAO S. "Marine Coastal Ecosystem Health Assessment: A Case Study of the Tolo Harbour, Hong Kong, China". Ecological Modelling vol.173 pp.355-370. Elsevier B.V., 2004.



  • XU Fuliu; HAO Jun-yi; TAO Shu; DAWSON Richard W.; LAM Kin Che and CHEN Yongqin David. "Restoration of Marine Coastal Ecosystem Health as a New Goal for Integrated Catchment Management in Tolo Harbor, Hong Kong, China". Environmental Management vol.37 no.4, pp.540-552. Springer Science Business Media, Inc., 2006.02.06.



  • XU Fuliu; LAM Kin Che; CHEN Yongqin David and TAO Shu. "Restorating Marine Coastal Ecosystem Health as a New Goal for Integrated Catchment Management in Tolo Harbour, Hong Kong, China". Chinese Journal of Population Resources and Environment vol.2 no.2, pp.11-19. China, 2004.04.



  • XU Fuliu; LAM Kin Che; DAWSON R. W.; TAO Shu and CHEN Yongqin David. "Long-Term Temporal-Spatial Dynamics of Marine Coastal Water Quality in the Tolo Habor, Hong Kong, China". Journal of Environmental Sciences vol.16 no.1, pp.161-166. Beijing, China: IOS Press, 2004.



  • YEUNG Yue Man. "Development and Transformation of the Free Port of Hong Kong". (co-authored with SHEN Jianfa) Proceedings of "The Vision of Northeast Asian Free Trade Harbour Zone for 21stCentury" a winter International Seminar of the KAIC in 2003 , Masan, Korea, South: Korean Academy of International Commerce, 2003.12.05.


  • YEUNG Yue Man. "Development and Transformation of the Free Port of Hong Kong". ( co-authored with SHEN Jianfa) Korea International Commerce Review vol.19 no.1, pp.47-68. Seoul, Korea, South: Korean Academy of International Commerce, 2004.03.


  • YEUNG Yue Man. "Development and Transformation of the Free Port of Hong Kong". (co-authored with SHEN Jianfa) Occasional Paper. no.145. Hong Kong SAR: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004.04.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.145 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.145)



  • YEUNG Yue Man. "Development and Transformation of the Free Port of Hong Kong". (co-authored with SHEN Jianfa) Proceedings of "The Vision of Northeast Asian Free Trade Harbour Zone for 21stCentury" a winter International Seminar of the KAIC in 2003 , Masan, Korea, South: Korean Academy of International Commerce, 2003.12.05.


  • YEUNG Yue Man. "Series: V Hunan and Hong Kong " (co-authored with SHEN Jianfa and SO Man Shan) The Pan-Pearl River Delta Region and Hong Kong under the 11th Five-year Plan Research no.195. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, 2008.06.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.193 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.193)



  • YEUNG Yue Man. Fifty Years of Public Housing in Hong Kong ― A Golden Jubilee Review and Appraisal. (co-authored with WONG Ka Ying Timothy) Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2003.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HD7288.78.H65 F57 2003 c.2; UL HK Studies HD7288.78.H65 F57 2003)



  • YEUNG Yue Man. "A Tale of Three Cities: The Competitiveness of Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore in the Era of Globalization". Occasional Paper no.1. Hong Kong SAR: Shanghai-Hong Kong Development Institute, and HKIAPS, 2001.11.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 O3 no.1; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 O3 no.1 c.2)



  • YEUNG Yue Man. "Book Review: Capitalist Development and Economism in East Asia: The Rise of Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, and South Korea, by Kui-Wai Li". The Journal of Asian Studies vol.12 no.1 pp.212-213. United States of America: Association for Asian Studies, 2003.02.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical DS501.F274)



  • YEUNG Yue Man. "Book Review: Hong Kong as a Global Metropolis". (co-authored with authored by David R. Meyer) Growth and Change vol.32 issue 2, pp.283-286. USA: Blackwell Publishers, 2001.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • YEUNG Yue Man. "City Profiles: Hong Kong". Urban Indicators for Managing Cities ed. by Matthew S. Westfall and Victoria A. de Villa, pp.185-190. Manila, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, 2001.08.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HT147.A2 U6 2001)



  • YEUNG Yue Man. "Hong Kong: 50 Years of Public Housing Policies". Abitare pp.126-130. Italy: Abitare, Milano, 2005.05.
    (CUHK Library Call No: ARL Periodical NK1700 .A24 no.449-450, 2005)



  • YEUNG Yue Man. Housing in Hong Kong ― A Golden Jubilee Bibliography. Hon g Kong SAR: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2003.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reference Z7164.H8 Y48 2003 c.2; UL HK Studies Z7164.H8 Y48 2003)



  • YEUNG Yue Man. New Challenges for Development and Modernization: Hong Kong and the Asia-Pacific Region in the New Millennium. Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2002.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HC412 .N49 2002; CC Reserve 2 hours HC412 .N49 2002 c.3; CC Reserve 4 hours HC412 .N49 2002 c.2)



  • YEUNG Yue Man. The First Decade: The Hong Kong SAR in Retrospective and Introspective Perspectives. Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University Press, 2007.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H745 F56 2007 c.2; UL HK Studies DS796.H745 F56 2007; UL Law DS796.H745 F56 2007; ICS DS796.H745 F56 2007 c.4)



  • YEUNG Yue Man. "Hong Kong and Macao under Chinese Sovereignty". (co-authored with LEE Wai Ying Joanna and KEE Wai Man) Eurasian Geography and Economics vol.49 no.3, pp.304-325. 2008.06.17.



  • YEUNG Yue Man. "China's 11th Five-Year Plan: Opportunities and Challenges for Hong Kong". (co-authored with SHEN Jianfa and ZHANG Li) Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006.10.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HC470.3 .Y43 2006)



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  • 伍世良:〈香港地表沉積物本底輻射特徵初探〉(與鄭公望及呂豐偉合著),《第三屆海峽兩岸三地及世界華人地質科學研討會補充論文摘要》,主辦單位為香港地質學會暨香港大學地球科學系,香港特別行政區,2001.12.19,頁111-114。



  • 伍世良:《邁向廿一世紀的中國 : 環境、資源與可持續發展》(與林健枝及陳永勤合編),香港:香港中文大學香港亞太硏究所,1999。
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  • 李慧瑩:〈迪士尼催谷大嶼山旅遊業〉,《香港經濟日報「國是港事」版》,2005.09.21。



  • 沈建法:《「十一五」下泛珠三角與香港研究系列 I:江西與香港》(與楊汝萬及蘇文珊合著),香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2007。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.187 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.187)



  • 沈建法:《「十一五」下泛珠三角與香港研究系列 II:廣東與香港》(與楊汝萬及紀緯紋合著),香港:香港亞太研究所, 2007。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.190)



  • 沈建法:《「十一五」下泛珠三角與香港研究系列III:澳門與香港》(與楊汝萬及紀緯紋合著),香港:香港亞太研究所, 2008。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.193 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.193)



  • 沈建法:《「十一五」下泛珠三角與香港研究系列IV:福建與香港》(與楊汝萬及盧一飛合著),香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2008。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.194 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.194)



  • 沈建法:《「十一五」下泛珠三角與香港研究系列 V:湖南與香港》(與楊汝萬及蘇文珊合著),香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2008。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.194 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.194)



  • 沈建法:《「十一五」下泛珠三角與香港研究系列VII:四川與香港》,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2009。



  • 沈建法:《大珠江三角洲的區域/城市管治》(與朱劍如及黃鈞堯合編),香港:香港中文大學,1997。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies HC470.3 .X527 1997 v.8 )



  • 沈建法:《中國的十一五規劃 : 香港的機遇和挑戰》(與楊汝萬及張力合著、羅小龍及紀緯紋協助),香港:香港中文大學香港亞太研究所,2006。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HC470.3 .Y4312 2006 c.2; UL HK Studies HC470.3 .Y4312 2006)



  • 沈建法:《泛珠三角與香港互動發展》,香港:中文大學香港亞太研究所,2005。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HC427.95 .F365 2004 c.2; UL HK Studies HC427.95 .F365 2004)



  • 沈建法:《香港城市發展與房地產業關係初步分析》(與黃葉芳合著),香港:香港浸會大學中國城市與區域硏究中心,2006。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Oversize HT169.C6 O32 no.67 c.2; UL HK Studies HT169.C6 O32 no.67)



  • 沈建法:《香港與珠三角西部 : 從跨界角度看協作發展》(與楊汝萬及張力合著),香港:香港中文大學香港亞太硏究所,2004。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.149 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.149)



  • 沈建法:〈跨境城市區域中的城市管治 ― 以香港為例〉,《城市規劃》,第26卷,第9期,中國,2002.09,頁45-50。



  • 沈建法:〈跨境城市區域中的城市管治:以香港為例〉,論文發表於「中國城市管治」第三次國際學術研討會,南京大學城市與資源學系主辦,中國南京,2002.05.19,頁1-11。



  • 沈建法:《邁向廿一世紀的中國:城鄉與區域發展》(與楊汝萬及陸大道合編),香港:香港中文大學香港亞太硏究所,1999。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HC430.E5 M349 1999; UL HK Studies HC430.E5 M349 1999 c.3; CC HC430.E5 M349 1999 c.4; NA General Education HC430.E5 M349 1999 c.2)



  • 林健枝:《污水排放策略 : 我們的冀求與承擔》,香港:香港中文大學香港亞太硏究所,2000。
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  • 林健枝:<香港河流沉積物中有機碳對銅的吸附特性> (與劉長發、盧曉霞及陶澍合編),《環境化學》,第19卷,第4期,北京:中國科學院2000.07.,頁335-340。



  • 林健枝:《荃灣區旅遊發展與推廣策略》(與荃灣區議會工商業委員會、香港中文大學環境政策及資源管理硏究中心顧問硏究合編),香港:荃灣區議會工商業委員會:香港中文大學環境政策及資源管理硏究中心,2001。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document G155.H6 L35 2001)



  • 楊汝萬:《一國兩制下的香港》,群策會編,台灣:財團法人群策會,2003。



  • 楊汝萬:<「十一五」下泛珠三角與香港研究系列:I. 江西與香港>. (沈建法及蘇文珊合著) Occasional Paper No. 187. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, 2007.06.
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  • 楊汝萬:《香港公營房屋五十年 : 金禧回顧與前瞻》(與王家英合著) ,香港特別行政區:中文大學出版社,2003。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HD7288.78.H65 H763 2003 c.2; UL HK Studies HD7288.78.H65 H763 2003)



  • 楊汝萬:《香港與珠三角西部:從跨界角度看協作發展》 (與沈建法及張力合著). 香港特別行政區: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, 2004.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.149 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.149)



  • 楊汝萬:<特區政府房屋政策評估:香港市民的觀點>. (與王家英合著) 香港:香港中文大學中國文化研究所,2001.07。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.117 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.117)



  • 楊汝萬:《港澳與珠三角西部發展:掌握發展新機遇》. (與黃揚略、余統浩及鄺景廉合著) , 香港特別行政區: Hong Kong Institutie of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK, 2006。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HC428.C498 G37 2006 c.2; UL HK Studies HC428.C498 G37 2006)



  • 楊汝萬:<雙龍吐豔―從城市本位到區域帶動競爭的上海與香港>.《滬港發展聯合研究所研究專論》,香港特別行政區:滬港發展聯合研究所、香港中文大學香港亞太研究所聯合出版, 2004.02. 。
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  • 楊汝萬:<從泛珠三角的誕生看香港的契機>. (與沈建法合著) ,《泛珠三角發展論壇》 (主辦),香港中文大學香港亞太研究所及中央政策組,香港特別行政區,2004.12. 。



  • 楊汝萬:《滬港發展趨勢2005》 (與華民合著) ,香港特別行政區:滬港發展聯合研究所和香港亞太研究所,2006。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HC428.S47 H77 2005 c.2; UL HK Studies HC428.S47 H77 2005)



  • 楊凱、林健枝:〈香港EIA 體系的特徵及發展趨勢探討〉,《上海環境科學》,第19期,上海:上海市環境科學學會,2000,頁15-17。



  • 劉長發、盧曉霞、陶澍、林健枝:〈香港河流沉積物中有機碳對銅的吸附特性〉,《環境化 學》,第19卷,第4期,北京:中國科學院,2000.07,頁335-340。



  • 鄭公望、伍世良及呂豐偉:〈香港地表沉積物本底輻射特徵初探〉,《第三屆海峽兩岸三地及世界華人地質科學研討會補充論文摘要》,主辦單位為香港地質學會暨香港大學地球 科學系,香港特別行政區,2001.12.19,頁111-114。



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