LAB NAMETrace metal Biogeochemistry Lab 미량금속생지화학 연구실
1999-2004 : Ph.D Dissertation : Department of Oceanography Texas A&M University, Texas, USA Mercury Speciation in Galveston Bay, Texas : The importance of Complexation by Natural Organic Ligands (Advisor : Dr. Gary A. Gill)
1992-1994 : M.S. Dissertation : Department of Chemistry Graduate School of Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea : Homogeneous Hydrogenation Catalyzed by Unidentate or Bidentate Disphosphine Ruthenium(II) Complexes (Advisor: Dr. Moo-Jin Jun)
1988-1992 : B.S. Department of Chemistry Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
2018-present : Professor, School of Earth Science and Environmental Engineering, GIST, Korea
2013-2018 : Associate Professor, School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Engineering, GIST, Korea
2008-2013 : Assistant Professor, School of Earth Sciences and Environmental Engineering, GIST, Korea
2005-2008 : Postdoctoral Scholar, Marine Biology Research Division, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA
Noh, S., Kim, J., Hur, J., Hong, Y., & Han, S. 2018. Potential contributions of dissolved organic matter to monomethylmercury distributions in temperate reservoirs as revealed by fluorescence spectroscopy. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 25(7), 6474-6486.
Yang, J., Kim, H., Kang, C. K., Kim, K. R., & Han, S. 2017. Distributions and fluxes of methylmercury in the East/Japan Sea. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers.
Kim H, Soerensen A, Hur J, Heimburger L-E, Hahm D, Rhee T, Noh S, Han S, 2017, Methylmercury mass budgets and distribution characteristics in the Western Pacific Ocean, Environmental Science & Technology, 51 (3), pp 1186–1194
S Noh, C-K Kim, J-H Lee, Y Kim, K Choi, S Han. 2016. Physicochemical Factors Affecting the Spatial Variance of Monomethylmercury in Artificial Reservoirs. Environmental Pollution. 208:345-353