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Gong Yi


Gong Yi Post-doctor

Office A321, College of Marine Sciences, Shanghai Ocean   University,


Email: ygong360@gmail.com


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


2017.02-2018.02Newport research station, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAAVisiting scientist

2015.09-2018.06Shanghai Ocean UniversityFisheries resourcesPh.D

2012.09-2015.06Shanghai Ocean UniversityPiscatologyM.Sc

2008.10-2012.06Shanghai Ocean UniversityMarine SciencesB.Sc


2018.12-: Post-doctor, School of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University

2018.06-: Post-doctor, College of Marine Sciences, Shanghai Ocean University

Research interests

1.Ecosystems and food webs

2.Stable isotope ecology

3. Feeding Ecology


12. Gong Y, Ruiz-Cooley RI, Hunsicker ME, Li Y, Chen X (2018) Sexual dimorphism in feeding apparatus and niche partitioning in juvenile jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas). Marine Ecology Progress Series. Published online. (IF 2.276)

11. Gong Y, Li Y, Chen X, Chen L (2018) Gladius growth pattern and micro-increments of jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas) in the southeastern Pacific. Aquaculture and Fisheries. 32: 156-162.

10. Gong Y, Li Y, Chen X, Chen L (2018) Potential use of stable isotope and fatty acid analyses for traceability of geographic origins of jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas). Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 32: 583-589. (IF 1.970)

9. Gong Y, Chen X, Li Y, Fang Z (2018) Geographic variations of jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas) based on gladius morphology. Fishery Bulletin. 166: 50-59. (IF 1.216)

8. Gong Y, Li Y, Chen L, Gao X, Chen X (2018) A comparative analysis of fatty acid profiles in muscle of Dosidicus gigas from different harvest locations in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Progress in Fishery Sciences. 39. (In Chinese with English abstract)

7. Li Y, Gong Y, Zhang Y, Chen X (2017) Inter-annual variability in trophic patterns of jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas) off the Exclusive Economic Zone of Peru, implications from stable isotope values in gladius. Fisheries Research. 187: 22-30. (IF 2.185)

6. Gong Y, Chen L, Li Y (2017) Selection of isotopic baselines in marine ecosystems. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology. 28: 2399-2404. (In Chinese with English abstract)

5.Gong Y, Chen X, Li Y, Han M (2015) A study on feeding ecology and migration patterns of Dosidicus gigas off Peru using stable isotope analysis. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology. 26: 2874-2880. (In Chinese with English abstract)

4. Li Y, Gong Y, Chen X, Dai X, Zhu J (2014) Trophic ecology of sharks in the mid-east Pacific Ocean inferred from stable isotopes. Journal of Ocean University of China. 13: 278-282. (IF 0.601)

3. Gong Y, Chen L, Gao C, Li Y(2014) Effects of lipid extraction on stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analyses of Ommastrephes bartramii muscle. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology. 25: 3349-3356. (In Chinese with English abstract)

2. Li Y, Gong Y, Chen X (2014) Applications of stable isotope analysis in the trophic ecology studies of cephalopods. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology. 25: 1541-1546. (In Chinese with English abstract)

1. Li Y, Gong Y(2014) Food web structure of the East Lake Taihu by analysis of stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes. Chinese journal of Ecology. 33:1534-1538. (In Chinese with English abstract)


1. 2018, Shanghai outstanding graduate (Ph.D), Shanghai Education Committee

2. 2017, Postgraduate merit student & Hou Chaohai scholarship, Shanghai Ocean University

3. 2016, Chen Shouren scholarship, Shanghai Ocean University

4. 2015, Shanghai outstanding graduate (M.Sc), Shanghai Education Committee

5. 2015, National scholarship for graduate student, Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China


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