Welcome to the School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University

JIN Haiyan


 Haiyan Jin Associat Professor

Office Ocean   building 305A


Email:   jinhy@tongji.edu.cn


Mailing   AddressSchool of Ocean and Earth   Science, Tongji   University, 1239 Siping Road, Shanghai 200092, China


2004.09-2007.12: Department of Marine Geology, Tongji University, Shanghai; Ph.D.

2001.09-2004.06: Department of Marine Geology, Ocean University of China, Qingdao; Master degree.

1997.09-2001.06: Department of Marine Geology, Ocean University of China, Qingdao; Bachelor degree.


2007-today : Department of Marine Geology, Tongji University, Shanghai; Lecturer.

Research interests

MicropaleontologyForaminifera and its applications in paleoclimate and paleoenvironmental reconstruction

Paleoceanography, in the SCS and the western Pacific ocean


Study on the rapid climate changes during the middle Pleistocene climate transition in the western Pacific warm pool (Grant No. 40806020), 2009.01-2011.12, National Nature Science Foundation of China (Young Scientists Fund), PI;

Study on the modern processes of important paleoenvironmental proxies in the South China Sea and their applications (Grant No. 40806020), 2014.01-2017.12, National Nature Science Foundation of China, PI;

Ocean sedimentary and paleoenvironmental evolution (U1606401), 2016.01-2020.12, the NSFC-Shandong Joint Fund for Marine Science Research Centers, PI.


Jin Haiyan, Jian Zhimin and Tian Jun. Planktonic foraminiferal assemblage variations of Ontong-Java plateau during late Quaternary and their implications for paleotemperature in the Western Pacific Warm Pool. Journal of China University of Geosciences, 2004, Vol.15(4): 365-371;

Jin Haiyan, Jian Zhimin, Cheng Xinrong, et al. Early Pleistocene formation of the asymmetric east-west pattern of upper water structure in the equatorial Pacific ocean. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2011, 56(21): 2251-2257

Haiyan Jin, Zhimin Jian*. Millennial-scale climate variability during the mid-Pleistocene transition period in the northern South China Sea. Quaternary Science Reviews, 2013, 70: 15-27.



Micropaleontology(undergraduate course)

Micropaleontology(graduate course)


current students


former students



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