Guanyu Hu Postdoctor
Office ：College of Marine Sciences A321
Mailing Address：College of Marine Sciences, Shanghai Ocean University,999 Hucheng Ring Road, Lingang New City, Shanghai 201306, China
2016.09-2019.06: Shanghai Ocean University, Fisheries resources, Ph.D
2017.08-2018.08: University of Maine, Visiting Scholar
2013.09-2016.06: Shanghai Ocean University, Fisheries resources, Master
2009.09-2013.06: Anhui Agriculture University, Aquaculture, Bachelor
1. Squid age and growth
2. Squid foraging ecology
3. Squid migration
1.Hu Guanyu, Boenish Robert, Gao Chunxia, et al. Spatio-temporal variability in trophic ecology of jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the southeastern Pacific: Insights from isotopic signatures in beaks[J]. Fisheries Research, 2019, 212:56-62.
2.Hu Guanyu, Yu Wei, Li Bai, et al. Impacts of El Ni?o on the somatic condition of Humboldt squid based on the beak morphology[J]. Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, 2019:1-9.
3.Hu Guanyu, Fang Zhou, Liu Bilin, et al. Using Different Standardized Methods for Species Identification: A Case Study Using Beaks from Three Ommastrephid Species[J]. Journal of Ocean University of China, 2018, 17(2):355-362.
4.Hu Guanyu, Fang Zhou, Liu Bilin, et al. Age, growth and population structure of jumbo flying squid Dosidicus gigas off the Peruvian Exclusive Economic Zone based on beak microstructure[J]. Fisheries Science, 2016, 82(4):579-604.
5.Liu Bilin, Chen Xinjun, Chen Yong, Hu Guanyu, et al. Periodic increments in the jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas) beak: a potential tool for determining age and investigating regional difference in growth rates[J]. Hydrobiologia, 2016:1-10.
2015: “National Excellent Postgraduate Scholarship” awarded by Chinese Ministry of Education
2016: “Excellent Graduate Student” awarded by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission
2018: “National Excellent Postgraduate Scholarship” awarded by Chinese Ministry of Education
2019: “Excellent Graduate Student” awarded by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission