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              Dejiang Fan, Prof. & Dr.

              I. Basic Information

              lFamiliy Name: FAN

              lGiven Name: DEJIANG

              lGender: Male

              lDate of birth: March, 1965

              lPlace of birth: Fuzhou, Fujian

              lContact address: Department of Marine Geosciences, Ocean University of

                    China, No.238, Songling Road, 266100, Qingdao,

                    266100, Shandong Province, P. R. China

              lPhones: +86-532-66781956

              lE-mail address:

              II. Education and Profession

              1. Education obtained

              lChina University of Geosciences, Geology, B.Sc., Wuhan, China, July, 1985

              lOcean University of China, Marine Geology, M.Sc., Qingdao, China, July, 1990

              lOcean University of China, Marine Geology, Ph.D., Qingdao, China, July, 2000

              2. Professional positions

              lProfessor, Ocean University of China (2003 - present)

              lAssociate Professor, Ocean University of China (1996 - 2002)

              lLecturer, Ocean University of China (1992 - 1995)

              lProfessor assistant, Ocean University of China (1990 - 1991)

              lResearch associate, HongKong University of Science & Technology (Jun., 2002 – Sept., 2003)

              lVisiting scholar, Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum, Institut fuer Geologie, Mineralogie und Geophysik. Germany (Jul., 2004 – Dec., 2004)

              lVisiting scholar, University Bremen, RCOM Research Centre for Ocean Margins. Germany (Jan., 2005 – Jul., 2005)

              3. Cruises

              lR/V Da Yang Yi Hao, the South-West-Indian-Ridge hydrothermal vent and sulfide minerals survey (Jan., 2010 – App., 2010)

              lR/V Dong Fand Hong 2, 973 Project, marine sedimentation and environment survey in the East China Seas (May, 2009 – Jun.2009)

              lD/V Kan 407: post last glacial maximum (LGM) environment and climate reconstruction, drilling and coring in the south Yellow sea (Aug.,2003)

              lR/V Dong Fang Hong 2: LOICZ project, sedimentation survey in the Yangtze River estuary and the East China Sea (Jun., 2003)

              lR/V Dong Fang Hong 2: marine geology and environment survey in the Northwest Pacific (Nov., 2002 – May, 2003)

              III. Research interests and projects

              1. Research interests

              lSedimentation in Estuary, coastal and continental shelf.

              lHigh-resolution sedimentary records and global changes, reconstruction of paleo-climate and environment by exploring natural archives and proxies.

              lAuthigenic minerals in ocean.

              2. Current projects

              lProgram of NSFC, ‘Reconstruction of SST, SSS and production during the last 250 yr and their responses to decadal climate oscillation in the East China Sea’(2014.01-2017.12), Chief Scientist

              lKey program of NSFC, “The formation of the mud system in the middle south Yellow Sea and its relation to global changes”(2011.01-2014.12), Principle Investigator

              l973 Program of Ministry of Science and Technology, ‘The evolution trenches of the typical coastal areas under dramatic climate changes in China’(2010-2014), Principle Investigator

              lKey program supported by China Ocean Mineral Resources R&D Association, Metal sulfide minerals exploration in the Mid-ridge’(2012-2015), Principle Investigator

              lPublic welfare program supported by State oceanic administration, ‘Environmental evaluation methods based on multi-elements geochemical data and their demonstration application in selected areas’ (2011-2014), Principle Investigator

              IV. Selected Publications

              [1].ZHANG Xilin, FAN Dejiang*, WANG Liang, LIAO Yongjie, YAO Zhengquan. 2013. Calibration and quality evaluation of elemental analysis results of marine sediment measured by X-ray fluorescence core scanner. ACTA OCEANOLOGICA SINICA,35(6): 86-95 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [2].SHAO Hebin, FAN Dejiang*, ZHANG Jing, LI Qing, 2013. The study on an element composition and influencing factors of total suspended matter in the Changjiang Estuary and its adjacent areas. ACTA OCEANOLOGICA SINICA, 35(6): 54-66 (InChinese with English abstract)

              [3].ZHANG Xilin, FAN Dejiang*, LIU Ming, WANG Liang. 2012. The digital extraction technology of X-ray gray image and its application on the sediment core from the Yangtze estuary. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica, 30(2): 318-324 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [4].SHAO Hebin, FAN Dejiang*, ZHANG, Jing, WANG Liang, ZHANG Xilin, CHU Zhongxin. 2012. Distribution and Influencing Factors of Suspended Matters and Chlorophyllin Autumn in Yangtze River Estuary post-Three Gorges Dam. Periodical of Ocean University of China, 42(5): 94-104 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [5].Dejiang Fan, Hongyan Qi, Xiaoxia Sun, Yong Liu, Zuosheng Yang. 2011. Annual lamination and its sedimentary implications in the Yangtze River delta inferred from high-resolution biogenic silica and sensitive grain-size records. Continental Shelf Research, 31:129-137

              [6].Liu M, Fan D J*. 2011. Geochemical records in the subaqueous Yangtze River delta and their responses to human activities in the past 60 years. Chinese Sci Bull, 56, doi:10.1007/s11434-010-4256-3

              [7].ZENG Ming, FAN Dejiang*, SUN Xiaogong, WANG Shuai, YANG Zuosheng. 2011. The grain-size distribution of the suspended particulate matter in the Huanghe Estuary and its adjacent sea area in winter. Acta Oceanol. Sin., 30(2): 75-83

              [8].Fan Dejiang*, Qi Hongyan, Sun Xiaoxia, Guo Zhigang, Yang Zuosheng. 2009. A new method to evaluating sedimentary rate on the Yangtze River subaqueous delta: seasonal sedimentary record of Bio-Si. Periodical of Ocean University of China, 39(5): 1025-1028 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [9].Liu Ming, Fan Dejiang*. 2009. The Comparative Study on the Elements Compositions in the sediments of Yangtze and Yellow Rivers. Advances in Marine Science, 27(1): 42-50 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [10].DJ Fan*, RD Neuser, XG Sun, ZS Yang, ZG Guo, SK Zhai. 2008. Authigenic iron oxide formation in the estuarine mixing zone of the Yangtze River. Geo-Mar Lett, 28(1): 7-14

              [11].Yunchao Hao, Zhigang Guo, Zuosheng Yang, Dejiang Fan, Ming Fang, Xiangdong Li. 2008. Tracking historical lead pollution in the coastal area adjacent to the Yangtze River Estuary using lead isotopic compositions. Environmental Pollution, 156: 1325-1331

              [12].Rong Xiang, Zuosheng Yang, Yoshiki Saito, Dejiang Fan, Muhong Chen, Zhigang Guo, Zhong Chen. 2008. Paleoenvironmental changes during the last 8400 years in the southern Yellow Sea: Benthic foraminiferal and stable isotopic evidence. Marine Micropaleontology, 67: 104-119

              [13].FAN Dejiang*, XU Lin, Qi Hongyan. 2008. Bioturbation structure in surficial layer of the Subaqueous Yangtze River Delta. Oceanologia Et Limnologia Sinica, 39(6): 577-584 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [14].Qi Hongyan, Fan Dejiang*, Xu Lin, Yang Zuosheng. 2008. The states of pH, Eh in surface sediments of the Yangtze River estuary and its adjacent areas and their controlling factors. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica, 26(5): 820-827 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [15].SHENG Jujiang, FAN Dejiang*, YANG Dongfang, QI Hongyan, XU Ling. 2008. Distribution Patterns of Heavy Metals in Surface Sediments of the Changjiang Estuary and Its Adjacent Areas and Environmental Quality Assessment. Environmental Science, 29(9): 21-28 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [16].Liu Shengfa, Fan Dejiang*, Zhang Aibin, Yan Wentao. 2008. The accumulation of heavy metals in bivalves shells from JiaozhouBay. Marine Environmental Science, 27(2):135-138 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [17].Yang Zuosheng, Fan Dejiang*, Li Yunhai, Wang Houjie. 2006. Advance in hydrothermal plumes study. Advance in Earth Science, 21(10): 999-1007 (In Chinese)

              [18].Fan Dejiang, Liu Shengfa, Zhang Aibing, Yu Zishan, Wang Wenxhang. 2005. Comparison study on the shellmineralogy of 9 species of modern bivalves living in YallowSea. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica, 23(3): 475-482 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [19].Fan Dejiang, Yang Zuosheng. 2004. Theory Analysis to the Natural Gas Hydrate in the Okinawa Trough. Acta Petrol Ei Sinica, 25(3): 11-17 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [20].Fan Dejiang, Yang Zuosheng, Wang Wenzheng. 2002. Difference of carbonate minerals in the sediments originated from the Yangtze River and Yellow River. Progress in Natural Science, 12(1): 60-64 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [21].Fan Dejiang, Sun Xiaogong, Yang Zuosheng, Guo Zhigang, 2002. A mathematical Model on the quantitative provenance identification. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica, 20(20): 30-33 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [22].Fan Dejiang, Yang Zuosheng, Sun Xiaogong. 2002. Quantitative evaluation of sediment provenance on the North area of the East China Sea Shelf. Periodical of Ocean University of Qindao, 32(5): 748-756 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [23].Fan Dejiang, Yang Zuosheng, Mao Deng, Guo Zhigang, 2001. Clay minerals and geochemistry of the sediments from the Yangtze and YellowRivers. Marine Geology & Quaternary Geology, 21(4):7-12 (In Chinese with English abstract)

              [24].Fan Dejiang, Yang Zuosheng, Guo Zhigang, 2000. Review of 210-Pb dating method in the continental shelf of China. Advance in Earth Science, 15(3): 297-302 (In Chinese with English abstract)

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