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

LIU Chuanlian

Time:2018-06-06Views:819

Chuanlian Liu  Professor


Office Ocean building 306

Tel021-65984876

Email: liucl@tongji.edu.cn

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

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


Education

 1994.09-1998.12Tongji UniversityMarine GeologyPh.D

 1986.09-1989.06Tongji UniversityMarine GeologyM.Sc

 1980.09-1984.07Tongji UniversityMarine GeologyB.Sc

Employment

 2002.06-        School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University, Professor                                        

 1999.03-2002.05School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University, Associate Professor

 1989.07-1999.02Geological logging company of Shengli Petroleum Adminstration BureauEngineer,

  Senior Engineer

 1984.08-1986.08ExplorationDevelopment and Research Center Of CNOOCAssistant Enginner

Research interests

  1. Calcareous Nannofossils and Palaeoceanography

 2. Palaeoceanography and Palaeoliminology in the Oil-bearing basin

Projects

  Relationship between the palaeoceanography and the oil source rocks in the deep water area in the South China SeaNo 2016ZX05026007-003),2016.1-2020.062200700, National Science and Technology Major Projectresponsible person

  Modern coccolithophores and their response to environments in the East China Sea and the Yellow SeaNo 41376047),2014.1-2017.12900000National Natural Science Foundation of Chinaresponsible person

  Exploring the roles of coccolithophores in the carbon cycle in the South China Sea: from laboratory culture to geological recordsNo 91228204),2013.1-2016.122400000National Natural Science Foundation of Chinaresponsible person

  Modern coccolithophores and their response to environments in the South China SeaNo40876023),2009.1-2011.1253万,National Natural Science Foundation of Chinaresponsible person

  High resolution records of the late Quaternary calcareous nannofossils in the South China Sea and their paleoceanographic significanceNo 40676029),2007.1-2009.12400000National Natural Science Foundation of Chinaresponsible person

  Exploring Quaternary variations in upper ocean by means of isotope of calcareous nannofossilsNo40376019),2004.1-2006.12340000National Natural Science Foundation of Chinaresponsible person

Publications

  1. Xiaobo Jin, Chuanlian Liu*2017. Ecological and taphonomical influences on coccoliths in surface sediments in the shelf of the Yellow and East China Seas. Continental Shelf Research, 14027-36.

  2. Hongrui Zhang, Chuanlian Liu*, Xiaobo Jin, Jiangnan Shi, Shaohua Zhao, Zhimin Jian, 2016. Dynamics of primary productivity in the northern South China Sea over the past 24,000 years. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, DOI: 10.1002/2016GC006602.

  3. Xiaobo Jin, Chuanlian Liu*, Alex J.Poulton, Minhan Dai, and Xianghui Guo,2016. Coccolithophore responses to environmental variability in the South China Sea: species composition and calcite content. Biogeosciences,13,4843-4861.

  4. Liang Dan, Liu Chuanlian*,2016.Variations and controlling factors of the coccolith weight in the Western Pacific Warm Pool over the last 200ka.J.Ocean Univ.China (Oceanic and Coastal Sea Research),15(3):456-464.

  5. Xiang Su*, Chuanlian Liu*, Luc Beaufort, Nicolas Barbarin, Zhimin Jian,2015. Differences in Late Quaternary primary productivity between the western tropical Pacific and the South China Sea: Evidemce from coccoliths. Deep-Sea Research II, 122131-141

  6. Xiang Su, Chuanlian Liu*, Luc Beaufort, Jun Tian, Enqing Huang,2013. Late Quaternary coccolith records in the South China Sea and East Asian monsoon dynamics.Global and Planetary Change, 111:88-96

  7. Chuanlian Liu, Pinxian Wang, 2013. The role of algal blooms in the formation of lacustrine petroleum source rocks Evidence from Jiyang depression, Bohai Gulf Rift Basin, eastern China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 388: 15-22.

  8. Chuanlian Liu, Pinxian Wang, Jun Tian, Xinrong Cheng2008. Coccolith evidence for Quaternary nutricline variations in the southern South China SeaMarine Micropeontology6942-51

  9. Liu chuanlian ,Cheng Xinrong, zhu Youhua ,Tian Jun, Xia Peifen2002. Oxygen and carbon isotopic records of calcareous  nannofossils for the past 1Ma in the southern South China Sea. Chinese Science Bulletin,  (10): 798-803

  10. Liu Chuanlian , Cheng Xinrong2001. Exploring variations in upper ocean structure for the last 2Ma of the Nansha area by means of calcareous nannofossils. SCIENCE IN CHINA( Series D), 44(10): 905~911

Teaching

 Courses

Marine Geology(undergraduate course)

Calcareous Nannofossils(postgraduate course)

Students

 current students

 MasterRuigang Ma, Zhong Chen, Xiaoxu Ma

 DoctorHongrui Zhang

 former students

 MasterShiying ZhangXiang SuWenye YuXiaoqing RuiXiaodan LiuXinquanZhou

 DoctorXiang Su, Dan Liang, Xiaobo Jin

Serving on academic organization

1July 1,2016-Member of a council, Micropaleontological Society of China

2January 1,2004-December 31,2010Member of a council, Fossil algae Society of China


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