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杨进宇  PhD

Dr. Jinyu Yang
Nitrogen Cycle Group
Tel: 2183328
Email: jyyang@xmu.edu.cn
个人履历 Brief CV
  厦门大学 助理教授 (2019 - )




  Assistant Professor, Xiamen University (2019 - )

  Postdoctoral Research Associate, POSTECH (2016-2018)

  Assistant Research Scientist, MEL, Xiamen University (2015-2016)

  PhD, Xiamen University (2015)

研究方向 Research Interests

  Marine nitrogen cycle; Stable isotope geochemistry; Particle dynamics; Impacts of anthropogenic activities on nitrogen cycling and nutrients

代表性论文 Selected Publications
  Yang, J. Y. T.*, Tang, J. M., Kang, S. J., Dai, M., Kao, S. J., Yan, X., Xu, M. N., Du, C. (2022). Comparison of nitrate isotopes between the South China Sea and western North Pacific Ocean: Insights into biogeochemical signals and water exchange. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 127, e2021JC018304.

  Yang, J. Y. T., Hsu, T. C., Tan, E., Lee, K., Krom, M. D., Kang, S., et al., (2022). Sedimentary processes dominate nitrous oxide production and emission in the hypoxic zone off the Changjiang River estuary. Science of The Total Environment, 827, 154042.

  Yang, J. Y. T., Lee, K., Zhang, J. Z., Moon, J. Y., Lee, J. S., Han, I. S., Lee, E. (2020). Contrasting decadal trends of subsurface excess nitrate in the western and eastern North Atlantic Ocean. Biogeosciences, 17, 3631-3642.

  Yang, J. Y. T., Kao, S. J., Dai, M., Lin, H. L. (2017). Examining N cycling in the northern South China Sea from N isotopic signals in nitrate and particulate phases. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 122(8), 2118-2136.

  Ma, L., Tan, S., Liu, H., Kao, S. -J., Dai, M. and Yang, J. Y. T.* (2021). Distribution and Activity of Ammonia-Oxidizers on the Size-Fractionated Particles in the Pearl River Estuary. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8, 685955.

  Yang, J. Y. T., Hsu, S. C., Dai, M., Hsiao, S. S. Y., Kao, S. J. (2014). Isotopic composition of water-soluble nitrate in bulk atmospheric deposition at Dongsha Island: sources and implications of external N supply to the northern South China Sea. Biogeosciences, 11(7), 1833-1846.