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戴民汉  博士

Dr. Minhan Dai
Academician of Chinese Academy of Science
Rm B3-403, ZhoulongQuan Building, Xiang'an Campus of Xiamen University, Xiamen, 361102, China
Tel: 2182132
Email: mdai@xmu.edu.cn
个人履历 Brief CV






  PhD, University of Paris VI (1995)

  Postdoctoral scholar (Doherty Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship), Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (Sept.1995-Mar.1997)

  Postdoctoral investigator, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (Mar.1997-Sept.1998)

  Professor, Xiamen University (1998-)

  Adjunct Scientist, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (2002-2019)

  Academician of Chinese Academy of Science (2017-)

研究方向 Research Interests
  Carbon and nutrient biogeochemistry in marginal sea and estuarine systems

  Biogeochemistry of the oligotrophic ocean

  Geochemistry of radioactive elements (Plutonium and Thorium) in surface and ground water

  Geochemistry of trace metals in marine environments

  Interdisciplinary researches on coupled physical-biogeochemical processes

代表性论文 Selected Publications
  Cao, Z., W. Yang, Y. Zhao, X. Guo, Z. Yin, C. Du, H. Zhao, and M. Dai*, 2020. Diagnosis of CO2 dynamics and fluxes in global coastal oceans. National Science Review, 7(44), 786-797, doi: org/10.1093/nsr/nwz105.

  Winther, J.-G., M. Dai, T. Rist, A.H. Hoel, Y. Li, A. Trice, K. Morrissey, M.A. Juinio-Meñez, L. Fernandes, S. Unger, F.R. Scarano, P. Halpin, and S. Whitehouse, 2020. Integrated ocean management for a sustainable ocean economy. Nature Ecology & Evolution, doi: org/10.1038/s41559-020-1259-6.

  Zhou, K., M. Dai*, P. Xiu, L. Wang, J. Hu, and C.R. Benitez-Nelson, 2020. Transient enhancement and decoupling of carbon and opal export in cyclonic eddies. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 125, doi.org/10.1029/2020JC016372.

  Zhao, Y., J. Liu, K. Uthaipan, X. Song, Y. Xu, B. He, H. Liu, J. Gan, and M. Dai*, 2020. Dynamics of inorganic carbon and pH in a large subtropical continental shelf system: Interaction between eutrophication, hypoxia, and ocean acidification. Liminology and Oceanography, 65(6), 1359-1379.

  Du, C., Z. Liu, S. Kao, and M. Dai*, 2017. Diapycnal fluxes of nutrients in an oligotrophic oceanic regime: the South China Sea. Geophysical Research Letters, 44, 11,510–11,518, doi: 10.1002/2017GL074921.

  Buesseler, K., M. Dai, M. Aoyama, C. Benitez-Nelson, S. Charmasson, K. Higley, V. Maderich, P. Masqué, D. Oughton, and J.N. Smith, 2017. Fukushima Daiichi-Derived Radionuclides in the Ocean: Transport, Fate, and Impacts, Annual Review of Marine Science, 9(1), 173-203.

  Wang, H., M. Dai*, J. Liu, S. Kao, C. Zhang, W. Cai, G. Wang, W. Qian, M. Zhao, and Z. Sun, 2016. Eutrophication-Driven Hypoxia in the East China Sea off the Changjiang Estuary. Environmental Science & Technology, 50(5), 2255-2263.

  Zhai, W., M. Dai*, B. Chen, X. Guo, Q. Li, S. Shang, C. Zhang, W. Cai, and D. Wang, 2013. Seasonal variations of air-sea CO2 fluxes in the largest tropical marginal sea (South China Sea) based on multiple-year underway measurements. Biogeosciences, 10, 7775-7791.

  Dai*, M., Z. Cao, X. Guo, W. Zhai, Z. Liu, Z. Yin, Y. Xu, J. Gan, J. Hu, and C. Du, 2013. Why are some marginal seas sources of atmospheric CO2 ? . Geophysical Research Letters, 40, 2154-2158, doi:10.1002/grl.50390.

  Cai, W. and M. Dai, 2004. Comment on "Enhanced open ocean storage of CO2 from shelf sea pumping". Science, 306, 1477c.

  Zhou, K., M. Dai*, K. Maiti, W. Chen, J. Chen, Q. Hong, Y. Ma, P. Xiu, L. Wang, and Y. Xie, 2020. Impact of physical and biogeochemical forcing on particle export in the South China Sea. Progress in Oceanography, doi: org/10.1016/j.pocean.2020.102403.

  Xie, T., R. Newton, P. Schlosser, C. Du, and M. Dai*, 2019. Long-term mean mass, heat and nutrient flux through the Indonesian Seas, based on the tritium inventory in the Pacific and Indian oceans. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 124, 3859-3875.

  Wu, J., M. Dai*, Y. Xu, and J. Zheng, 2019. Plutonium in the western North Pacific: Transport along the Kuroshio and implication for the impact of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident. Chemical Geology, 511, 256-264.

  Wu, J., M. Dai*, Y. Xu, and J. Zheng, 2018. Sources and accumulation of plutonium in a large Western Pacific marginal sea: The South China Sea. Science of the Total Environment, 610-611, 200-211.

  Guo, X., W. Zhai, M. Dai*, C. Zhang, Y. Bai, Y. Xu, Q. Li, and G. Wang, 2015. Air-sea CO2 fluxes in the East China Sea based on multiple-year underway observations. Biogeosciences, 12, 5495–5514.

  Wu, J., J. Zheng, M. Dai*, C. Huh, W. Chen, K. Tagami, and S. Uchida, 2014. Isotopic composition and distribution of plutonium in northern South China Sea sediments revealed continuous release and transport of Pu from the Marshall Islands. Environmental Science & Technology, 48, 3136-3144.

  Zhou, K., M. Dai*, S. Kao, L. Wang, P. Xiu, F. Chai, J. Tian, and Y. Liu, 2013. Apparent enhancement of 234Th-based particle export associated with anticyclonic eddies. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 381, 198-209.

  Cao, Z. and M. Dai*, 2011. Shallow-depth CaCO3 dissolution: evidence from excess calcium in the South China Sea and its export to the Pacific Ocean. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 25, GB2019, doi:10.1029/2009GB003690.

  Dai, M., J. Kelley, and K. Buesseler, 2002. Sources and migration of plutonium in groundwater at the Savannah River Site. Environmental Science & Technology, 36(17), 3690-3699.

  Dai, M. and J. Martin, 1995. First data on trace metal level and behaviour in two major Arctic river-estuarine systems (Ob and Yenisey) and in the adjacent Kara Sea, Russia. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 131(3-4), 127-141.