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

YANG Shouye

Time:2018-06-06Views:1383

Shouye Yang  Professor


Office Ocean building 607

Tel021-65989130

Email:syyang@tongji.edu.cn

Homepagehttp://ocean.tongji.edu.cn/space/shouye/

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


Education

 1996.09-1999.07: Tongji University, Marine Geology, Ph.D

 1992.09-1995.07: Nanjing University, Sedimentology, M.Sc

 1988.09-1992.07: Nanjing University, Mineralogy and Geochemistry, B.Sc

Employment

 2001.12-present: Tongji University, Lecturer, Associate Professor, Professor

 2000.11-2001.11: Korea Ocean Research & Development Institute (KORDI), Visiting scientist

 1999.07- 2000.10: Tongji University, Lecturer

 1995.07-1996.08: Institute of Hangzhou Petroleum Geology, Assistant Researcher

Research interests

 1. Sediment geochemistry of major rivers and marginal seas in East Asia with emphases on sediment source-to-sink study

 2. Quaternary geology and paleoenvironmental changes in East China and marginal seas

 3. Weathering processes in the drainage basins and chemical fluxes into East Asian marginal seas

Projects

 1. National Natural Science Foundation of China Key Program (41730531): Sedimentary geochemical constraints on key processes for the source to sink system of the river sediments into the East China Sea2018.1-2022.12, RMB 3,130,000

 2. National Science Foundation for Distinguished Young Scholars (41225020): Sedimentology and Geochemistry of river and sea---Source-to-sink processes and environmental implication of the Changjiang-derived sediments in the East China Sea since the LGM2013.1-2016.12, RMB 2,800,000

 3. National Natural Science Foundation of China (41376049): Origin and environmental implication of clayey sediments in the Okinawa Trough2014.1-2017.12, RMB 860,000

Publications

  1. Hebin Shao, Shouye Yang*, Susan Humphris*, Di Cai, Feng Cai, Jiangtao Li, Qing Li, 2017. The origin of hydrothermal chlorite- and anhydrite-rich sediments in the middle Okinawa Trough, East China Sea. Chemical Geology 465, 35-51

  2. Ni Su, Shouye Yang*, Yulong Guo, Xiaodan Wang, Ping Yin, 2017. Revisit of rare earth element fractionation during chemical weathering and river sediment transport. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 18, 935-955. 10.1002/2016GC006659

  3. Kai Deng, Shouye Yang*, Chao Li, Ni Su, Lei Bi, Yuan-Pin Chang, Su-Chin Chang, 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

  4. Hebin Shao, Shouye Yang*, Feng Cai, Chao Li, Jie Liang, Qing Li, Sangmin Hyun, Shuh-Ji Kao, Yanguang Dou, Bangqi Hu, Gang Dong, Feng Wang, 2016. Sources and burial of organic carbon in the middle Okinawa Trough during late Quaternary paleoenvironmental change. Deep-Sea Research Part I 118, 46-56

  5. Chengfan Yang, Shouye Yang*, Ni Su, 2016. Stable hydrogen and oxygen isotopes in mineral-bound water and the indication for chemical weathering intensity. Chemical Geology 4414-23

  6. Chao Li*, Shouye Yang*, Jian-xin Zhao, Anthony Dosseto, Lei Bi and Tara R. Clark, 2016. The time scale of river sediment source-to-sink processes in East Asia. Chemical Geology 446, 138-146

  7. Chao Li, Roger Francois, Shouye Yang*, Jane Barling, Sophie Darfeuil, Yiming Luo and Dominique Weis, 2016. Constraining the transport time of lithogenic sediments to the Okinawa Trough (East China Sea). Chemical Geology 445, 199-207. doi:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2016.04.010I

  8. Chao Li, Shouye Yang*, Ergang Lian, Chengfan Yang, Kai Deng, Zhongfang Liu, 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

  9. Ergang Lian, Shouye Yang*, Hui Wu, Chao Li, Chengfan Yang, and James T. Liu, 2016. Kuroshio subsurface water feeds the wintertime Taiwan Warm Current on the inner East China Sea shelf. JGR-Ocean, 121, doi:10.1002/2016JC011869.

  10. Yanguang Dou, Shouye Yang*, Xuefa Shi, Peter D Clift, Shengfa Liu, Jihua Liu, Chao Li, Lei Bi, Yun Zhao, 2016. Provenance weathering and erosion records in southern Okinawa Trough sediments since 28 ka: geochemical and Sr-Nd-Pb isotopic evidences. Chemical Geology 425, 93-109

  11. Kai Deng, Shouye Yang*, Ergang Lian, Chao Li, Chengfan Yang, Hailun Wei, 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. 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.03.213

  12. Yanwei Guo, Shouye Yang*, 2016. Heavy metal enrichments in the Changjiang (Yangtze River) catchment and on the inner shelf of the East China Sea over the last 150 years. Science of the Total Environment 543, 105-115. 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.11.012

  13. Lei Bi, Shouye Yang*, Chao Li, Yulong Guo, Quan Wang, James T Liu, Ping Yin, 2015. Geochemistry of river-borne clays entering the East China Sea 1AQ6 indicates two contrasting types of weathering and sediment transport processes. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 16, doi:10.1002/2015GC005867.

  14. Yanguang Dou, Shouye Yang*, Dhong-Il Lim. Hoi-Soo Jung, 2015. Provenance discrimination of last deglacial and Holocene sediments in the southwest of Cheju Island, East China Sea. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 422, 22-35

  15. Shouye Yang, Lei Bi, Chao Li, Zhongbo Wang, Yanguang Dou, 2015. Major sinks of the Changjiang (Yangtze River)-derived sediments in the East China Sea during the late Quaternary. The Geological Society of London, a special publication on River-Dominated Shelf Sediments of East Asian Seas, 429, doi.org/10.1144/SP429.6

  16. Hebing Shao, Shouye Yang*, Quan Wang, Yulong Guo, 2015. Discriminating hydrothermal and terrigenous clays in the Okinawa Trough, East China Sea: evidences from mineralogy and geochemistry. Chemical Geology 398, 85-96. DOI: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2015.02.001

  17. Yanguang Dou, Shouye Yang*, Chao Li, Xuefa Shi, Jihua Liu, Lei Bi, 2015. Deepwater redox changes in the southern Okinawa Trough since the last glacial maximum. Progress in Oceanography 135, 77-90

  18. Shouye Yang, Zhongbo Wang, Yanguang Dou, Xuefa Shi, 2014. A review of last glacial sedimentation on the continental shelf of eastern China. In book of “Continental Shelves During Last Glacioeustatic Cycle: Shelves of the World” by the Geological Society of London, Memoirs, 41: 293-303, doi:10.1144/M41.21.

Teaching

 Courses

Marine Geology(undergraduate course)

Sedimentary Geochemistry(postgraduate/doctoral course)

geochronology(postgraduate/doctoral course)

Students

 Post-doctor fellow: Chao Li, Ni Su, Yanwei Guo, Wei Yue

 Current students:

 Master: Jiaze Song, Dongyu Chen, Nguyen Thi Hiep, Chenyu Wang, Zhouyang Wu, Xiaolei Xie, Renyuan Xia

 Doctor: Fangliang Li, Yalong Li, Salvatore Dominech, Kai Deng, Chengfan Yang, Yun Zhao, Yulong Guo, Xiaodan Wang

 Former students

 MasterAiping Wang2003)、Zhongbo Wang2005)、Min Tang2007)、Zhenhua Shu2009)、Fei Xu2011)、Wang Zhan2011)、Jinqing Shao2012)、Feng Zhang2012)、Quan Wang2012)、Xiaodan Wang2013)、Yulong Guo2014)、Yun Zhao2015)、Chengfan Yang2015)、Lejian Zhang2015)、Xiaolong Liang2016)、Lu Yang2016)、Lili Chen2017)、Di Cai2017

 DoctorAiping Wang2006, co-supervisor)、Yanguang Dou2010)、Chao Li2011)、ZhongboWang2014)、Ergang Lian2016)、Lei Bi2016)、Hebin Shao2017

Awards

 2012  National Science Foundation for Distinguished Young Scholars

 2016  Cheung Kong Scholars Program, Ministry of education

 2017  The leading talent of the youth science and technology innovation

Serving on academic journal

 1. Tropical Geography, Editorial Board Members2008~

2. Shanghai Land and Resources, Editorial Board Members2010~

3. SCIENCE CHINA Earth Sciences, Editorial Board Members2018~2022

Serving on academic organization

Deputy director of Shanghai Geological Society

 Council member of Isotopic Geochemical Society of China, CHIQUA

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