Chen Jing

Job Title: 
Research Interests: 
Research works have been focused on geomorphological evolution of the rvier-estuary-shelf system related to basin-scale human activities and global change. Including (not limited):
1) water and sediment transport process in the river basin;
2) geomorphological evolution of delta and coast;
3) formation and evolution of large rivers.
Good at using multidisciplinary methods to solve scientific problems such as sedimentology, mineralogy, Paleontology, geochemistry.
Zhongshan N. Road 3663,Shanghai 200062, China
Academic Position: 
Executive Member, Future Earth Coasts (FEC)
Editorial Board member, Geomorphology (SCI)
Work Experience: 
2012- 华东师范大学河口海岸科学研究院,副研究员
2010.9-2011.12 华东师范大学河口海岸科学研究院,讲师
2006.7-2010.9 华东师范大学地理系,讲师
2003.9-2006.7 华东师范大学地理系,获博士学位
2000.9-2003.7 中国海洋大学海洋地球科学学院,获硕士学位
1996.9-2000.7 中国海洋大学海洋地球科学学院,获学士学位
Zhan, Q., Li, M*., Liu, X., Chen, J.*, Chen, Z., 2020. Sedimentary transition of the Yangtze subaqueous delta during the past century: Inspiration for delta response to future decline of sediment supply. Mar Geol, 428, 106279.
Yue, W., Yang, S.*, Zhao, B., Chen, Z., Yu, J., Liu, X., Chen, J.*, 2019. Changes in environment and provenance within the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Delta during Pliocene to Pleistocene transition. Marine Geology, 105976. 
Chen, J., Liu, P., Sun, D., Zhang, D., Miao, B., Chen, J.*, 2019. Riverine Sediment Geochemistry as Provenance Fingerprints along the Eastern Coast of China: Constraint, Approach, and Application. Minerals, 10(1). doi:10.3390/min10010029
Liu, X., Chen, J*., Maher, B.A., Zhao, B., Yue, W., Sun, Q., Chen, Z., 2018. Connection of the proto-Yangtze River to the East China Sea traced by sediment magnetic properties. Geomorphology, 303, 162-171. 
刘健辉, 姜锋, 陈杰, 孙千里, 陈静*, 陈中原, 2018. 中国典型河流沉积物石英释光性质初探及其物源指示意义. 高校地质学报, 1-9. 
Chen, J.*, Ma, J., Xu, K., Liu, Y., Cao, W., Wei, T., Zhao, B., Chen, Z., 2017. Provenance discrimination of the clay sediment in the western Taiwan Strait and its implication for coastal current variability during the late-Holocene. The Holocene, 27(1), 110-121. 
马骏强, 岳伟, 刘健辉, 刘演, 张丹, 陈静*, 2017. 中国东部入海河流沉积物磁性矿物化学特征及物源意义. 第四纪研究, 37(1), 57-66. 
Yue, W., Liu, J.T., Zhang, D., Wang, Z., Zhao, B., Chen, Z., Chen, J.*, 2016. Magnetite with anomalously high Cr2O3 as a fingerprint to trace upper Yangtze sediments to the sea. Geomorphology, 268, 14-20. 
Chen, J., Finlayson, B.L., Wei, T., Sun, Q., Webber, M., Li, M., Chen, Z., 2016. Changes in monthly flows in the Yangtze River, China – With special reference to the Three Gorges Dam. Journal of Hydrology, 536, 293-301. 
曹文红, 陈静*, 马俊强, 2016. 大陆东南沿海河流与台湾西部河流磁性矿物特征及判源指标. 第四纪研究, 35(1), 227-236. 
Chen, J., Wu, X., Finlayson, B.L., Webber, M., Wei, T., Li, M., Chen, Z., 2014. Variability and trend in the hydrology of the Yangtze River, China: Annual precipitation and runoff. Journal of Hydrology, 513, 403-412. 
Gu, J., Chen, J.*, Sun, Q., Wang, Z., Wei, Z., Chen, Z., 2014. China's Yangtze delta: Geochemical fingerprints reflecting river connection to the sea. Geomorphology, 227, 166-173. 
Chen J., Z.-H.W., Tao-Yuan Wei, Bao-Cheng Zhao, Zhong-Yuan Chen, 2014. Clay minerals in the Pliocene-Quaternary sediments of the southern Yangtze coast, China: Sediment sources and palaeoclimate implications. Journal of Palaeogeography, 3(2), 297-308. 
陈静, 赵宝成, 战庆, 2014. 长江口水下三角洲北部近百年沉积物粒度组成及其对水动力环境的响应. 沉积学报(04), 692-699. 
Chen J., Wang Z., Li M., Wei T., Chen Z., 2012. Bedform characteristics during falling flood stage and morphodynamic interpretation of the mid-lower Changjiang (Yangtze) River channel, China, Geomorphology, 147-148, 18-26
韩华玲,陈静*,孙千里,陈中原,Alaa Salem,2011. 埃及Faiyum盆地沉积物中粒度和磁化率对风沙活动的指示意义,湖泊科学,23(2),1-8
Ma C., Zhou Y., Chen J.*, Wang Z., 2010. Clay minerals in the major Chinese coastal estuaries and their provenance implications, Front. Earth Sci. China, 4(4), 449-456
Chen J., Wang Z., Chen Z., Wei Z., Wei T., Wei W., 2009. Diagnostic heavy minerals in Plio-Pleistocene sediments of the Yangtze Coast, China with special reference to the Yangtze River connection into the sea, Geomorphology, 113(3-4), 129-136
Chen J., Chen Z., Xu K., 2005. ADP-flow velocity profile to interpret hydromorphological features of China’s Yangtze Three-Gorges valley, Chinese Science Bulletin, 50(7): 679-684
SSun, Q., Liu, Y., Wünnemann, B., Peng, Y., Jiang, X., Deng, L., Chen, J., Li, M., and Chen, Z., 2019, Climate as a factor for Neolithic cultural collapses approximately 4000 years BP in China: Earth-Science Reviews, v. 197, p. 102915.
Wei, T., Wang, Z., Chen, J., Li, M., 2018. Non-flood season neap tides in the Yangtze estuary offshore: Flow mixing processes and its potential impacts on adjacent wetlands. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, 103, 127-139. 
Zhao, B., Yan, X., Wang, Z., Shi, Y., Chen, Z., Xie, J., Chen, J., He, Z., Zhan, Q., Li, X., 2018. Sedimentary evolution of the Yangtze River mouth (East China Sea) over the past 19,000years, with emphasis on the Holocene variations in coastal currents. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 490(Supplement C), 431-449. 
Xu, L., Liu, Y., Sun, Q., Chen, J., Cheng, P., Chen, Z., 2017. Climate change and human occupations in the Lake Daihai basin, north-central China over the last 4500years: A geo-archeological perspective. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 138, 367-377. 
Chen Z., Wang Z., Finlayson B., Chen J., Yin D., 2010. Implications of flow control by the Three Gorges Dam on sediment and channel dynamics of the middle Yangtze (Changjiang) River, China. Geology, 38(11): 1043-1046. doi: 10.1130/G31271.1
Sun Q., Wang Z., Chen J., Wu F., 2009. Climate implications of major geochemical elements in the Holocene sediments of the North and East China monsoonal regions. Frontiers of Earth Science in China, 3(3), 291-296
Chen Z., Zong Y., Wang Z., Wang H., Chen J., 2008. Migration patterns of Neolithic settlements on the abandoned Yellow and Yangtze River deltas of China. Quaternary Research, 70, 301-314.
Zhao B., Wang Z., Chen J., Chen Z., 2008. Marine sediment records and relative sea level change during late Pleistocene in the Changjiang delta area and adjacent continental shelf. Quaternary International,186,164-172 (corresponding author)
Wang Z., Chen Z., Chen J., Wei Z., 2007. Seismic framework to interpret the Holocene morphological evolution of the Changjiang River mouth, China. Geomorphology, 85, 237-248.