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ZHANG Guiling
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ZHANG Guiling

Professor

Telephone: +86-532-66781810

E-mail:guilingzhang@ouc.edu.cn

  

Educational Background:

September 1990 - June 1994: Department of Applied Chemistry, Shandong University, B.S. of Chemistry

September 1994 - June 1997: College of Chemistry, Shandong University, M.S. of Analytical Chemistry

September 1999- June 2004: College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Ocean University of China, Ph.D. of Marine Chemistry

  

Career History:

July, 1997- Dec. 2003, Lecturer, Department of Marine Chemistry, Ocean University of China

July 2002 - Dec. 2002: Visiting scholar, The University of Sydney

Dec. 2003-Dec. 2010: Associate professor, Department of Marine Chemistry, Ocean University of China

March 2006: Visiting scholar, Center for Tropical Marine Ecology (ZMT), Germany

Jan. 2011-present: Professor, Department of Marine Chemistry, Ocean University of China

Feb.-Mar. 2011: Visiting scholar, National Institute of Oceanography, India

August 2015-August 2016: Visiting scholar, Stanford University

  

Research Interests:

Biogeochemistry of trace gases (i.e. CH4, N2O) in the major rivers, estuaries and coastal waters of China; O2/Ar and net community productivity of oceans and marginal seas; Analytical techniques of dissolved gases in the seawater

  

Research Projects Participated:

NSFC Project “High resolution distribution of oxygen/argon ratio and net community production in marginal seas of China and their impact on atmospheric CO2 uptake/emission(2018-2021, sole PI).

National key research and development project of the Ministry of science and technology “Biogeochemical processes and ecological response of biogenic gases” (2016-2021, Co-PI)

NSFC Project “Key processes of marine nitrogen cycle in the Bohai and their regulation mechanisms(2019-2022)

  

Representative Publications

1.Zhang, G.-L., Liu, S.-M., Casciotti, K. L., Forbes, M. S., Gu, X.-J., Ren, Y.-Y., &Zheng, W.-J. (2019). Distribution of concentration and stable isotopic composition of N2O in the shelf and slope of the northern South China Sea: Implications for production and emission. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 124. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JC014947

2.Wangwang Ye, Guiling Zhang *, Wenjing Zheng, Honghai Zhang, Ying Wu. Methane distribution and sea-to-air fluxes from the Pearl River Estuary and the northern South China Sea. Deep Sea Res. II, 2019, 167, 34-45.

3.Fang Cheng, Hong-Mei Zhang, Gui-Ling Zhang*, Su-Mei Liu, Guo-Dong Song, Guan-Xiang Du. Distribution and Emission of N2O in the Largest River-Reservoir System along the Yellow River. Science of Total Environment, 2019, 666, 1209-1219.

4.Sun, M.-S., G.-L. Zhang*, X. Ma, X. -P. Cao, X.-Y. Mao, J. Li, W.-W. Ye, S.-M. Liu. Dissolved Methane in the East China Sea: distribution, seasonal variation and emission. Marine Chemistry, 2018,20212-26.

5.Jing Hou, Guiling Zhang*, Mingshuang Sun, Wangwang Ye, Da Song. Methane distribution, sources and sinks in an aquaculture bay (Sanggou bay, China). Aquaculture Environment Interactions, 2016, 8, 481-495.

6.Lan Wang, Guiling Zhang*, Zhuoyi Zhu, Jia Li, Sumei Liu, Wangwang Ye, and Yu Han. Distribution and Sea-to-air Flux of Nitrous Oxide in the East China Sea during the Summer of 2013. Continental Shelf Research, 2016, 123, 99-110.

7.Xiao Ma, Gui-Ling Zhang*, Su-Mei Liu, Pei-Pei Li, Pei-Pei Gu, Ming-Shuang Sun. Distributions and fluxes of Nitrous oxide in the lower reach of Yellow River and its estuary: impact of water and sediment regulation, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2016, 168, 22-28.

8.Wangwang Ye, Guiling Zhang*, Zhuoyi Zhu, Daji Huang, Yu Han, Lan Wang, Mingshuang Sun. Methane Distribution and Sea-to-Air Flux in the East China Sea During the Summer of 2013: Impact of Hypoxia. Deep Sea Res. II, 2016, 124, 74-83

9.Han, Y., G.-L. Zhang*, Y.-C. Zhao, S.-M. Liu, Distributions and sea-to-air fluxes of nitrous oxide in the coastal and shelf waters of the northwestern South China Sea, Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 2013, 133, 32-44.

10.Zhang, G.-L., J. Zhang, S.-M. Liu, J.-L. Ren, and Y.-C. Zhao, Nitrous oxide in the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary and its adjacent marine area: riverine input, sediment release and atmospheric fluxes, Biogeosciences, 7, 3505–3516, 2010.

11.Yang, J., Gui-Ling Zhang*, Li-Xiao Zheng, Feng Zhang, Jing Zhao, Seasonal variation of fluxes and distributions of dissolved methane in the North Yellow Sea, Continental Shelf Research, 2010, 30, 187-192

12.Li, J.-B., G.-L. Zhang*, J. Zhang, S.-M. Liu, J.-L. Ren, Phosphine in the Lower Atmosphere of Qingdao - a Coastal Site of the Yellow Sea (China), Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 2009, 204, 117-131.

13.Guiling Zhang, Jing Zhang, Sumei Liu, Jingling Ren, Jie Xu, Feng Zhang, Methane in the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary and its Adjacent Marine Area: Riverine Input, Sediment Release and Atmospheric Fluxes, Biogeochemistry, 2008, 91 (1): 71-84.

14.Zhang, Guiling; Zhang, Jing; Ren, Jingling, Li, Jianbing, Liu, Sumei, Distributions and sea to air fluxes of Methane and Nitrous Oxide in the North East China Sea in Summer, Marine Chemistry, 2008, 110 (1/2): 42-55

15.Zhang, G. L., Zhang, J., Xu J., Ren J. L., Liu S.M., Distributions, land-source input and atmospheric fluxes of methane in Jiaozhou Bay, Water, Air and Soil Pollution: Focus, 2007, 7, 645-654.

16.Zhang, G. L., Zhang, J., Kang, Y. B., Liu, S. M., Distributions and fluxes of dissolved methane in the East China Sea and the Yellow Sea in spring, J. Geophy. Res.-Oceans, 2004, Vol. 109, No. C7, C07011, 10.1029/2004JC002268.