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

LI Jiangtao

Time:2018-06-05Views:239

Jiangtao Li    

Office Ocean building 414

Tel021-65989269

Email: jtli@tongji.edu.cn

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

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


Education

2005-2008: Institute of geochemistry, Guangzhou, Chinese academy of sciences, Geochemistry, Ph.D

2002-2005: Shandong University of Science and Technology, Paleontology and Stratigraphy, M.Sc

1998-2002: Shandong University of Science and Technology, Geoengineering, B.Sc

Employment

2014. 12- : associate professor, School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University

2010. 05- 2014- 12: lecturer, School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University

2010. 10- 2014. 12:Academic Visitor, American Oklahoma University

2008. 06- 2010. 04: post-doctoral, School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University

Research interests

(1)Modern marine biogeochemical process observations

(2)The microbial ecology of the modern submarine hydrothermal system.

(3)Microbial bioremediation

(4)The geochemical process of microbiological and its mutual restraint mechanism

Projects

(1) Microbial mineralization and formation mechanism of Fe-Si low temperature hydrothermal sediments in the hydrothermal vents 414723072015.01-2018.1290wFund on the National Natural Science FoundationPerson in charge

(2) Study on microbiological mineralization mechanism of different types of low temperature hydrothermal sediments of submarine hydrothermal vents 14ZR14430002014.07-2016.0610wShanghai Natural Science FoundationPerson in charge

(3) Development and integration of long term real-time monitoring system for deep-sea chemical environment based on observation network 2012AA09A4052012.01-2016.12962w Marine technology key projects of National 863 programPerson in charge

(4) The distribution characteristics and key constraints of microorganism in hydrothermal chimney 410021222011.01-2013.1220wNational Natural Science Fund Youth Science Fund ProjectPerson in charge

(5) Study on the distribution and biomineralization of microorganism in the inactive submarine hydrothermal sulphide chimneyDY125-22-QY-192015.05-2016.047.5wThe research and development project of the international seabed regional resources of China ocean associationPerson in charge

(6) The evolution and spatial distribution characteristics of microbes in the hydrothermal plume2015.01-2016.1220wTongji University special fund for basic scientific research and business fees of central colleges and universities project for training young talents (talent class)Person in charge

(7) Study on the biomineralization of low temperature hydrothermal sediments of the sea bottom2013.01-2014.1210wTongji University special fund for basic scientific research and business fees of central colleges and universities project for training young talents (talent class)Person in charge.

Publications

1.Qianfeng Liu , Jiasong Fang ,Jiangtao Li, et al. 2018.Depth-Resolved Variations of Cultivable Bacteria and Their Extracellular Enzymes in the Water Column of the New Britain Trench. Frontiers in Microbiology. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2018.00135;

2.Jiangtao Li, Jiamei Cui, Qunhui Yang, et al. 2017. Oxidative Weathering and Microbial Diversity of an Inactive Seafloor Hydrothermal Sulfide Chimney. Frontiers in Microbiology. Doi:10.3389/ fmicb. 2017. 01378;

3.Liu Q, Li J.T., Wei B, et al. 2016. Leeuwenhoekiella nanhaiensis sp. nov., isolated from the deep-sea water of the South China Sea. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 66: 1352-1357;

4.Cao H.L., C.M. Dong, S. Bougouffa, Li J.T., et al. 2016. Delta-proteobacterial SAR324 group in hydrothermal plumes on the South Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Scientific Report (doi:10.1038/srep22842);

5.Li J.T., H.Y. Zhou, J.S. Fang, et al. 2016. Microbial distribution in a hydrothermal plume of the Southwest Indian Ridge. Geomicrobiology Journal DOI: 10.1080/01490451.2015.1048393.PDF;

6.Li J.T., B.B. Wei, J.N. Wang, Y. Liu, et al. 2015. Variation in abundance and community structure of particle-attached and free-living bacteria in the South China Sea. Deep-Sea Research II 122: 64-73. PDF;

7.Cao H.L., Z.Z. Shao, Li J.T., et al. 2015. Phylogenetic diversity of nitrogen-utilizing genes in hydrothermal chimneys from three middle ocean ridges. Extremophiles DOI: 10.1007/s00792-015 -0788-4;

8.Wang Y., Li J.T., L.S. He, et al. 2015. Zonation of microbial communities by a hydrothermal mound in the Atlantis II Deep (the Red Sea). PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0140766;

9.Fang J.S., L. Zhang,Li J.T., et al. 2015. The POM-DOM piezophilic microorganism continuum (PDPMC)-The role of piezophilic microorganisms in the global ocean carbon cycle. SCIENCE CHINA: Earth Sciences. DOI: 10.1007/s11430-014-4985-2;

10.Li J.T., H.Y. Zhou, J.S. Fang, et al. Microbial distribution in different spatial positions within the walls of a black sulfide chimney. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 508: 67–85.PDF;

11.Li J.T., Y.N. Sun, H.Y. Zhou, et al. 2014. Aerobic and anaerobic ammonia-oxidizing microorganisms in low-temperature hydrothermal precipitates of the Southwestern Pacific Ocean. Geomicrobiology Journal 31: 42–52. PDF;

12.Wang J.N, Li J.T.*, S. Dasgupta, et al. 2014. Alterations in membrane fatty acids of gram-positive piezotolerant bacterium Sporosarcina sp. DSK25 in response to Growth Pressure. Lipids 49: 347–356.PDF;

13.Li J. W., X.T. Peng, H.Y. Zhou, Li J.T., et al. 2014. Microbial communities in semi- consolidated carbonate sediments of the Southwest Indian Ridge. Journal of Microbiology 52: 111-119;

14.Li J.W., X.T. Peng, H.Y. Zhou,Li J.T., et al. 2013. Molecular evidence for microorganisms participating in Fe, Mn,and S biogeochemical cycling in two low-temperature hydrothermal fields at the Southwest Indian Ridge. Journal of Geophysical Research 118: 665–679;

15.Li J.T., H.Y. Zhou, et al. 2012. Microbial diversity and biomineralization in low-temperature hydrothermal iron–silica-rich precipitates of the Lau Basin hydrothermal field. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 81: 205-216.PDF;

16.Peng X.T., J.W. Li, H.Y. Zhou, Li J.T., et al. 2011. Characteristics and source of inorganic and organic compounds in the sediments from two hydrothermal fields of the Central Indian and Mid-Atlantic ridges. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 41: 355-368;

17.Peng X.T., S. Chen, H.Y. Zhou, L.X. Zhang, Li J.T., et al. 2011. Diversity of biogenic minerals in low temperature Si-rich deposits from a newly discovered hydrothermal field on the ultraslow spreading Southwest Indian Ridge. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, DOI: 10.1029/ 2011JG001691;

18.Peng X.T., H.Y. Zhou, Li J.T., et al. 2010. Intracellular and extracellular mineralization of a microbial community in the Edmond deep-sea vent field environment. Sedimentary Geology 229: 193-206;

19.Zhou H.Y., Li J.T.*, X.T. Peng, et al. 2009. Microbial diversity of a sulfide black smoker in Main Endeavour hydrothermal vent field, Juan de Fuca ridge. The Journal of Microbiology 47(3): 235-247. PDF;

20.Peng X.T., H.Y. Zhou, H.Q. Yao,Li J.T., et al. 2009. Ultrastructural evidence for ion accumulation within the tube of Ridgeia piscesae. Biometals 22: 723-32;

21.Peng X.T., H.Y. Zhou, H.Q. Yao, Li J.T., et al. 2007. Microbe-related precipitation of iron and silica in the Edmond deep-sea hydrothermal vent field on the Central Indian Ridge. Chinese Science Bulletin 52(23): 3233-3238;

Teaching

Courses

Marine Biology》、《Introduction to Submarine Resources(undergraduate course)

Marine Biometallogenic Geochemistry(postgraduate course)

Marine Biometallogenic Geochemistry(doctoral course)

Students

current students

MasterJiamei Cui, Jingyu Yang, Lingyuan Gu;

DoctorLei Su;

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