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

DENG Kai

Time:2020-01-14Views:13

Kai DENG    Postdoctor


Office :Ocean    Building 608

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Email: 103459@tongji.edu.cn

Homepagehttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kai_Deng6

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


Education

2017.09 – 2019.08: Freie Universit?t Berlin, joint Ph.D. student (supervised by Prof. Dr. Friedhelm von Blanckenburg and Dr. Hella Wittmann)

2016.08 – 2016.10: German Research Centre for Geosciences, visiting student

2014.09 – 2020.01: Tongji University, Marine Science, Ph.D (supervised by Prof. Dr. Shouye Yang)

2010.09 – 2014.07: Tongji University, Geology, B.Sc


Employment

2020.01-present Tongji University, Postdoctoral researcher

  

Research interests

1. Development and application of the denudation proxy 10Be (meteoric)/9Be ratio in Earth surface processes

2. Denudation processes and sediment source-to-sink processes in small mountainous rivers of Taiwan Island

3. Application of Be isotopes in land-sea boundaries: implication for beryllium cycling in the marginal seas (to be done).

  

Publications

[1]Deng K., Yang S.Y., Bi L. et al., 2019. Small dynamic mountainous rivers in Taiwan exhibit large sedimentary geochemical and provenance heterogeneity over multi-spatial scales. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 505: 96-109.

[2]Deng K. and Yang S.Y., 2017. Test the topographic steady state in an active mountain belt. Acta Geochimica, 36(3): 511-514.

[3]Deng K., Yang S.Y., Bi L., 2017. Reply to comment by Yonghang Xu on “Detrital zircon geochronology of river sands from Taiwan: Implications for sedimentary provenance of Taiwan and its source link with the east China mainland”. Earth-Science Reviews, 168: 235-239.

[4]Deng K., Yang S.Y., Li C. et al., 2017. Detrital zircon geochronology of river sands from Taiwan: implications for sedimentary provenance of Taiwan and its source link with the east China mainland. Earth-Science Reviews, 164: 31-47 (invited review).

[5]Deng K., Yang S.Y., Lian E.G. et al., 2016. Three Gorges Dam alters the Changjiang (Yangtze) river water cycle in the dry seasons: evidence from H-O isotopes. Science of the Total Environment, 562: 89-97.

[6]Li C., Yang S.Y., Lian E.G., Yang C.F., Deng K., Liu Z.F., 2016. Damming effect on the Changjiang (Yangtze River) river water cycle based on stable hydrogen and oxygen isotopic records. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 165: 125-133.

[7]Deng K., Yang S.Y., Huang X.T. et al., 2018. The comparison of detrital zircon geochronology between mountainous rivers and its implications for marine sediment provenance in Eastern China. Marine Geology & Quaternary Geology, 38 (1): 178-186. (in Chinese with English abstract)

[8]Deng K., Yang S.Y., Wang Z.B. et al., 2016. Detrital heavy mineral assemblages in the river sediments from Taiwan and its implications for sediment provenance. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica, 34 (3): 531-542. (in Chinese with English abstract)


Awards

Awardee under the State Scholarship Fund (Freie Universit?t Berlin-China Scholarship Council PhD Program), 2017

Outstanding reviewer for SCI journal “Science of the Total Environment”, 2017

Outstanding Student Paper Award for the 16th annual meeting of the Chinese Society for Mineralogy, Petrology and Geochemistry, 2017

National Scholarship for PhD Students (China), 2016 and 2017

Pacemaker to Excellent Student of Tongji University, 2016

Outstanding Graduate of Shanghai, 2014

Outstanding Undergraduate Thesis of Tongji University, 2014

Third prize for the fifth National Computer Design Competition for College Students (China), 2012

National Scholarship for Undergraduates (China), 2011 and 2013

  

Serving on academic journal

Reviewer for SCI journals, including “Science of the Total Environment” and “River Research and Applications”


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