Dayue Shang

Chemist - Birds Oiled at Sea

Current research and/or projects

Develops analytical methodology to detect and indentify spilled oils in the environment and provides scientific and operational support to enforcement operations

  • Oil spill identification
  • Shoreline cleanup strategies and tactics
  • Fate, behaviour and effects of spilled oil and shoreline cleaning agent in coastal environments

Professional activities / interests

18 years of experience in organic residues analysis in foods and environment

Education and awards

Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, Laval University, Quebec City

B.Sc. Chemical Engineering, Laval University, Quebec City

Citation of Excellence Awards

Key publications

Shang, D.Y., M.G. Ikonomou and R.W. Macdonald. 1999. Quantitative Determination of Nonylphenol Polyethoxylate Surfactants in Marine Sediment Using Normal Phase Liquid Chromatography Electrospray Mass Spectrometry. J. Chromatogr. A. 849:467-482.

Shang, D.Y., R.W. Macdonald and M.G. Ikonomou. 1999. Persistence of Nonylphenol Ethoxylate Surfactants and Their Primary Degradation Products in Sediments from near a Municipal Outfall in the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia, Canada. Environmental Science and Technology. 33:1366-1372.

Shang, D.Y., B. Balaji and Y. Piché. 1996. High-Performance Liquid Chromatography of Isoflavones from Fungus-Infected Pisum Sativum Mutants. Biomedical Chromatography. 7:367-371.

Shang D.Y. and S. Kaliaguine. 1995. Separation of Phenolic Compounds from Biomass with Capillary Column SFC. The Journal of Supercritical Fluids. 8(3):156-165.

Shang, D.Y., J.L. Grandmaison and S. Kaliaguine. 1994. Some Thermodynamic Aspects of Packed Column Supercritical fluid Chromatography. J. Chromatogr. A. 672:185-201.

Shang, D.Y., A. Adnot, S. Kaliaguine and J. Chmielowiec. 1993. An XPS Study of the Sulfidation-Regeneration Cycle of an Hydroprocessing Catalyst. Journal of Canadian Chemical Engineering. 71:725-733.

Research facility

2645 Dollarton Highway
North Vancouver, BC V7H 1V2