. Vermeij and an anonymous reviewer for their constructive feedbacks. Author Contributions Formal analysis: Juan C. Astudillo. Investigation: Juan C. Astudillo. Methodology: Kenneth M. Y. Leung ... . Conceptualization: Juan C. Astudillo, Timothy C. Bonebrake, Kenneth M. Y. Leung. Supervision: Timothy C. Bonebrake, Kenneth M. Y. Leung. Writing ? original draft: Juan C. Astudillo, Timothy C. Bonebrake, Kenneth M
. Perkins, Kenneth M. Y. Leung. Data curation: Matthew J. Perkins, Yanny K. Y. Mak, Lily S. R. Tao. Formal analysis: Matthew J. Perkins. Investigation: Matthew J. Perkins, Yanny K. Y. Mak, Lily S. R. Tao ... M. Y. Leung. Resources: Kenneth M. Y. Leung. Supervision: Matthew J. Perkins, Kenneth M. Y. Leung. Writing ? original draft: Matthew J. Perkins, Jason K. C. Yau, Kenneth M. Y. Leung. Writing
/ s11356-013 -1996-z Professor Kenneth M. Y. Leung is a Professor of Aquatic Ecology and Toxicology at the Swire Institute of Marine Science and School of Biological Sciences in the University of Hong Kong ... M. Y. Leung 3 State Key Laboratory of Environmental Criteria and Risk Assessment and State Environmental Protection Key Laboratory of Lake Pollution Control, Chinese Research Academy of Environmental
Kenneth M. Y. Leung in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google Scholar Contributions K.M.Y. Leung and M.M.N. Yung initiated and designed this study. M.M.N. Yung, P.A. Fougères Y.H. Leung, F Liu ... . Corresponding author Correspondence to Kenneth M. Y. Leung. Electronic supplementary material Supplementary Information Rights and permissions Open Access This article is licensed under a Creative Commons
Hong Kong imposed a partial restriction on application of organotin-based antifouling paints in 1992. Since September 2008, the International Maritime Organization prohibited the use of such antifouling systems on all sea-going vessels globally. Therefore, it is anticipated a gradual reduction of organotin contamination in Hong Kong’s marine waters. Using the rock shell Reishia...