Prof. Jiao, Jimmy

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Prof. Jiao, Jimmy

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Professor Jiao obtained his BEng and MEng from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan), China, and PhD from the University of Birmingham, UK. He has been working as an Editor of Hydrogeology Journal since 2008 and also worked as Associated Editor for Ground Water from 2002 to 2010. His research interests include: dynamic interaction between seawater and groundwater, subsurface airflow induced by sea tides and pumping tests, confined groundwater zone and slope instability in weathered igneous rocks, regional hydrogeology and hydrogeochemistry in aquifer-aquitard systems in river basins, and impact of human activities on coastal groundwater regimes.

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jjiao@hku.hk
2857 8246
2517 6912
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Teaching

EASC3410    Hydrogeology
EASC3413    Engineering geology
EASC3414    Soil and rock mechanics
GEOS8001    Hydrogeology

Selected Publications

  1. Jiao, JJ; Y Wang, Y, JA Cherry, XS Wang, BF Zhi, HY Du, DG Wen, 2010, Abnormally high ammonium of natural origin in a coastal aquifer-aquitard system in the Pearl River Delta, China, Environmental Science & Technology, 44, 7470-7475
  2. Jiao, JJ and HP Guo, 2009, Airflow induced by pumping tests in unconfined aquifer with a low-permeability cap, Water Resources Research, V 45, W10445, doi:10.1029/2009WR007760 
  3. Jiao, JJ, XS Wang, and S. Nandy, 2005, Confined groundwater zone and slope instability in weathered igneous rocks in Hong Kong, Engineering Geology, v80, p71-92 
  4. Jiao JJ & HL Li, 2004, Breathing of coastal vadose zone induced by sea level fluctuations, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 31, No. 13 L11502 10.1029/2004GL019572. 
  5. Jiao, J. J. and Z. Tang, An analytical solution of groundwater response to tidal fluctuation in a leaky confined aquifer, Water Resources Research, 35(3), 1999, p747-751.