Dr. Bibi Riaz

Dr. Bibi Riaz

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Dr. Bibi Riaz

Education

2016 – 2022

PhD Environmental Sciences
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea

  
2012 – 2014

M.Sc. (Hons) Environmental Sciences
University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan

  
2008 – 2012

B.Sc. (Hons) Environmental Sciences
University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan

Research Experience

seit 01/2023

Postdoc
Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

  
03/2022 – 09/2022

Research Professor
Korea University, South Korea

  
03/2016 – 02/2022

Research Assistant
School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Engineering
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea

  
09 – 12/2019Teaching Assistant
School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Engineering
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology South Korea
  
03 – 07/2015Research Assistant
Department of Environmental Science and Engineering
Ewha Women Universität, Seoul, South Koreaa
  
04 – 06/2012Internship
Ayub Agricultural Research Institute, Faisalabad, Pakistan

Publications

  •  Riaz Bibi. Influence of seasonality on the phytoplankton organic matter and trophic dynamics of Pacific Oyster (Crassostrea gigas) in two contrasting coastal zones (Inpreparation).
  • Riaz Bibi. Global climate and factors characterizing ocean-atmospheric carbon dioxide exchange and ocean acidification in the Yellow Sea and South Sea coastal regions. (In preparation).
  • Riaz Bibi, H.Y. Kang, D. Kim, J. Jang, C. Kim, Goutam K. K, C.K. Kang. Biochemical composition of seston reflecting the physiological status and community composition of phytoplankton in a temperate coastal embayment of Korea. Water, 13, 3221. (I. F = 3.530).
  • Goutam K.K, C. Kim, D. Kim, R. Bibi, H. Kim and C.K. Kang. Phytoplankton fuel fish food webs in a low-turbidity temperate coastal embayment: a stable isotope approach. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8:751551 (I. F = 5.247)
  • Riaz Bibi, H. Kang, D. Kim, J. Jang, Goutam. K, Y. Kim, C. K. Kang. Dominance of Autochthonous Phytoplankton derived Particulate Organic Matter in a Low-turbidity Temperate Estuarine Embayment, Gwangyang Bay, Korea. Frontiers in Marine Science, 7:580260. (I. F = 5.247).
  • H. Y. Kang, C. Kim, D. Kim, Y. J. Lee, H. J. Park, G. K. Kundu, Y. G. Kim, Y. Kang, R. Bibi et al. Identifying patterns in the multitrophic community and food-web structure of a low-turbidity temperate estuarine bay. Scientific Reports, 10: 16637. (I.F = 4.379).
  • Rabail. Z, R. Bibi, Z. Ahmed, A. Hussian, A. Farooqi, S. Andleeb. Biosurfactants- Biochar Facilitated Bioremediation of Metal Contaminated Sites: A New era of Sustainable Development. North American Academic Research (I.F = 3.75).
  • Riaz Bibi, Z. Ahmad, Muhammad. I, Sabir. H, Allah. D, Shahid. M, Azeem. K. Algal bioethanol production technology: A trend towards sustainable development. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 71:976‒985. (I.F = 16.799).
  • Riaz Bibi, Allah. D, Azhar. H, Shamaila. N, Azeem. K, Irfan. A. Production of algal biomass using different dilutions of textile effluent wastewater. Science Letters, 4: 71‒77.
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