Cheng Heqin

Job Title: 
Professor
Research Interests: 
Earth System Science and Global Change in the Estuaries and Coastal Zone
Estuarine and Coastal Morphodynamics and Dynamic Sedimentation
Elemental Cycles and Their Interactions in Estuarine and Coastal Ecosystems
Integrated Coastal Zone Management
Email: 
hqch@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn
Telephone: 
021-62233684
Address: 
Zhongshan N. Road 3663,Shanghai 200062, China
Education Experience: 
Ph. D., 1992, Tongji University, Shanghai, China.
M.S., 1988, Geoscience University of China, Beijing, China.
B.S., 1983, Geoscience University of China, Wuhan, China.
Work Experience: 
08/2002-Present: Professor, State Key Labooratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University, research interest in estuarine and coastal Morphodynamics and dynamic sedimentation for engineering and integrated coastal management.
10/1994-07/2002: Assosiate professor, Institute of Estuarine and Coastal Research, State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University, research interest in Coastal and Estuarine Dynamic Geo-morphology, Stability, Develo
8/1992-9/1994 Postdoctoral Reseach Fellow, Institute of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University, research interest in the stratigraphical andsedimentational discontinuity and research methods.
8/1983-8/1985 Assisstant Engineer, Institute of Geological Science Research, Anhui Province, interest in the sedimentary evolution of rocks and mining.
Projects: 
Held:
[1] 2008-2010:Interface discovery as a tool for the integrated coastal management of East China Sea. MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF CHINA.
[2] 2015-2018: Mechanism of large hydraulic engineering within the River catchment basin in sediment entrapment in Changjiang Estuary, NATIONAL NATURAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION OF CHINA
[3] 2014: Impact study of large hydraulic engineering catchment basin in the evolution of river channel, NATIONAL NATURAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION OF CHINA.
[4] 2008-2010: Impact evaluation of large hydraulic engineering within the Changjiang River catchment basin in the subaqueous dune temporal and spatial regime in the estuary, NATIONAL NATURAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION OF CHINA.
[5] 2006: Impact study of large hydraulic engineering within the Changjiang River catchment basin in the subaqueous dune characteristics and stability regime in the estuary, NATIONAL NATURAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION OF CHINA.
[6] 1996-1998: Stability Analysis of subaqueous dune under the combined effects of wave and current in the Qiongzhou Straits, NATIONAL NATURAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION OF CHINA.
[7] 1999-2002: An investigation of pollutants releasing of bed-sediment re-suspension at the south branch and the south channel of the Yangtze Estuary, SHANGHAI EDUCATION COMMISSION DEVELOPMENT.
[8] 1997-2000: An investigation of high-resolution bed-load transport velocity at the south branch in the Yangtze estuary, SHANGHAI SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMISSION.
[9] 10/2010-12/2014: Vulnerability assessment technique and application of sea level rise along the Chinese coast, STATE OCEAN ADMINISTRATION of CHINA.
[10] 1997-1998: An investigation on Beach Erosion and Sea-level rising in Shanghai, DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES
[11] 1997-1998:Bed-load transport velocity and developing waterway at the south branch in the Yangtze Estuary, SHANGHAI EDUCATION COMMISSION
[12] 2001-2003: Anthropogenic records in the sediments of salt-marsh ecosystem in the Changjiang Estuary, STATE KEY LABORATORY OF LOESS AND QUATERNARY GEOLOGY, CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE.
 
Backbone to participate
National natural science foundation, International cooperation project, The dynamic process of fine sediment and its affecting factors in Changjiang estuary and Ems estuary,2011-2014.
Shanghai science and Technology Commission,Major research projects, Impacts of sea level rise on the city safety and research on key technologies in the Changjiang estuary,2010-2013.
Tianjin research institute for water transport engineering,Ministry of transport of the people’s republic of china, Entrust subject, Channel processes of north passage deep waterways and adjacent reach of the Changjiang Estuary,2014-2017
Shanghai science and Technology Commission,Major research projects,Impacts of evolution of Branch Channel in the ChangJiang estuary on the coastal wetlands area and research on engineering strategy,2004-2007.
Ministry of national science and technology, Major basic research plan(973), The evolution of estuarine and coastal environment and its response to estuarine processes in a long time scale Estuary,2002-2006.
Shanghai municipal government,Decision-making consultation program(Shanghai deep water port),The research of erosion/deposition dynamics and siltation in waterway,1995-1997.
Hainan provincial channel bureau,Entrust subject,Natural condition analysis of waterway regulation engineering in Xingang, Haikou,1996.
Paper: 
Books:
[1] Cheng H.Q,Wang B.C., 1994.The Discontinuity of Sedimentation and Stratigraphy ( in Chinese with an English abstract). China Ocean Press,90pp, Beijing, China.
[2] Cheng H.Q., 2010. Human action and control in the coastal system (with focus on the fisheries). Science Press, 295pp, Beijing, China.
Five representative works
[1] Cheng Heqin, Chen Zujun, Ruan Renliang, Xu Guiquan, Zeng Gang, Zhu Jianrong, Dai Zhijun, Chen Xiaoyong, Gu Shenghua, Zhang Xianlin, Wang Hanmei, Chen Jiyu.Sea level change and city safety——The Shanghai as an example[J]. Quaternary Sciences, 2015, 35(2):363-373
[2] Yang Z.Y., Cheng H.Q., Li J.F. Nonlinear advection, Coriolis force, and friction influence in the South Channel of the Yangtze Estuary, China. Science in China (D), 2015, 58(58): 429-435
[3] HE Yufang, CHENG Heqin, CHEN Jiyu. Morphological Evolution of Mouth Bars of the Yangtze Estuarine Waterways [J]. Journal of Geographical Sciences, 2013,23(2): 219-230. (SCI)10.1007/s11442-013-1005-y.
[4] Cheng H.Q., 2010. Human action and control in the coastal system (with focus on the fisheries). Science Press, 295pp, Beijing, China.
[5] Cheng H.Q., Kostaschuk R., and Shi Z.. Tidal currents, bed sediments, and bedforms at the South Branch and the South Channel of the Changjiang (Yangtze) Estuary, China: implications for the ripple-dune transition[J]. Estuaries, 2004, 27(5): 861-866.
All works past 5 years
(1)  All the papers have been published
 [1] Guo Xingjie, Cheng Heqin, Mo Ruoyu. Statistical characteristics and transport law of sand waves in the Yangtze Estuary [J]. Acta Oceanologica Sinica,2015, 37(5): 148-158.
[2] Zhang Xiaohe;Li Jiufa;Zhu Wenwu;Cheng Heqin. Study on recent bed changes of erosion and siltation in Yangtze River Estuary [J]. Acta Oceanologica Sinica,2015, 37(3):134-143.
[3] ZUO Shu-hua;CHENG He-qin;LI Jiu-fa;HAN Zhi-yuan. Field study on sand wave movement in the Changjiang (Yangtze) Estuary [J]. Journal of Sediment Research,2015, (2):60-66.
[4] Cheng Heqin, Chen Zujun, Ruan Renliang, Xu Guiquan, Zeng Gang, Zhu Jianrong, Dai Zhijun, Chen Xiaoyong, Gu Shenghua, Zhang Xianlin, Wang Hanmei, Chen Jiyu.Sea level change and city safety——The Shanghai as an example[J]. Quaternary Sciences, 2015, 35(2):363-373
[5] Yang Zhongyong, Cheng Heqin, Li Jiufa. Nonlinear advection, Coriolis force, and frictional influence in the South Channel of the Yangtze Estuary, China[J]. Science China Earth Science, 2015, 58(3):429-435. (SCI)
[6] Zhongyong Yang, Huib E. de Swart, Heqin Cheng, Chenjuan Jiang, Arnoldo Valle-Levinson. Modelling lateral entrapment of suspended sediment in estuaries: The role of spatial lags in settling and M4 tidal flow[J]. Continental Shelf Research, 2014, 85(5):126–142. (SCI)
[7] QIAO Yuan-ying;CHENG He-qin;SONG Ze-kun;WU Shuai-hu;YANG Zhong-yong.Research on information semi-quantitation of eatuarine flow pattern based on TM remote sensing image [J].Bulletin of Soil and Water Conservation, 2014, 34(5): 118-123.
[8] LIU Gao-wei, CHENG He-qin, JI Na, QIAO Yuan-ying, HU Hao, WANG Dong-mei. Variations in tidal current and suspended sediment concentration in the upper part of North Channel of Changjiang Estuary for the last 10 years[J]. Marine Science Bulletin, 2014, 33(4): 428-435.
[9 ]HU Hao;CHENG Heqin;YANG Zhongyong;JI Na. Study of bed load measurement with Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler in Yangtze River estuary [J]. Yangtze River, 2014, (14):5-9.
[10] SONG Zekun;WANG Song;CHENG Heqin;LI Shenduo;GUO Xiaobin. Numerical analysis on channel-narrowing project in North branch at Changjiang River estuary and its effects on hydrodynamic condition [J]. Yangtze River, 2014, 45(1):11-15.
[11] SONG Zekun, CHENG Heqin, LIU Chang-xing, JIANG Yunpeng, JI Na, YANG Zhongyong. Numerical Simulation of Oil Spill (Accident) and Its Influence on Water Source Area in Changjiang Estuary [J]. Resources and Environment in the Yangtze Basin, 2013, 22(8):1055-1063.
[12] JI Na, CHENG Heqin, YANG Zhongyong, HU Hao, CHEN Zujun, Sedimentary and Morphological Evolution of Nearshore Coast of Yangtze Estuary in The Last 30 Years [J]. Acta Geographica Sinica, 2013, 68(7):945-954.
[13] HE Yufang, CHENG Heqin, CHEN Jiyu. Morphological Evolution of Mouth Bars of the Yangtze Estuarine Waterways in the Last 100 Years[J]. Acta Geographica Sinica, 2013, 23(2):219-230. (SCI)
[14] GUO Xingjie, CHENG Heqin, WANG Dongmei, YANG Zhongyong, SONG Zekun, HU Hao. The flow field simulation analysis around piers [C]. The 16th China Marine (Coastal) Engineering Symposium (the volume two), 2013:869-874.
[15] CHENG Heqin, ZHAO Jianhu, CHEN Yongping, LIU Min, YUN Caixing. The Research Progress of Flood Hazard Warning in Estuarine Delta based on GNSS [C]. The Selection of Fourth“Surveying Science Frontier Technology Forum”, 2012:38-43.
[16] YANG Zhongyong, CHENG Heqin, ZHU Jianrong, LI Shenduo. Tidal Dynamics of Yangshan Harbor Sea Area and Its Response to the Project [J]. Acta Geographica Sinica, 2012, 67(9):1282-1290.
[17] SONG Zekun, CHENG Heqin, HU Hao, LI Jiufa, JIANG Yunpeng. Numerical simulation analysis of influence of reclamation of north branch in the Yangtze River estuary on hydrodynamic characteristics [J]. Yangtze River, 2012, 43(15):59-63.
[18] YE Rukun, CHENG Heqin, JIANG Hong, YANG Zhongyong. Water Safety Assessment and Protection Countermeasures for Costal Industrial Park in Qinzhou Port of Guangxi [J]. Journal of Guangxi Academy of Sciences, 2012, 28(3):224-227,231.
[19] YE Rukun, CHENG Heqin, JIANG Hong, YANG Zhongyong. Water Safety Assessment and Protection Countermeasures for Costal Industrial Park in Qinzhou Port of Guangxi, China [J]. Water Resources Research, 2012, 33(2):1-4.
[20] ZHOU Ying, CHENG Heqin, TA Na, JIANG Hong, RUAN Renliang, ZHAO Minhua. Research on Early Warning System for Fresh Water Supply in Shanghai on Rising Sea Level Background [J]. Resources Science, 2012, 34(7):1312-1317.
[21] WANG Dongmei, CHENG Heqin, LI Maotian, ZHOU Fengnian, WU Jingwen, YANG Zhongyong. Newformulaof local scour depthof thenear-shoresandwaves coveredareas: SutongBridge [J]. The Ocean Engineering, 2012, 30(2):58-65.
[22] HE Yufang, CHENG Heqin, YANG Zhongyong, WANG Dongmei, CHEN Jiyu. Calculation of Channel Widening Rate in the South Branch of Yangtze Estuary and Its Variation Characteristics Based on Discharge Section Area [J]. Journal of Yangtze River Scientific Research Institute, 2012, 29(1):13-19.
[23] HU Hao, CHENG Heqin, ZHOU Fengnian, YANG Zhongyong, SONG Zekun. The Study of the Estuarine Bedload Transport Rate measuremented by ADCP [C]. The 24th Marine Surveying Comprehensive Symposium, 2012.
[24] LI Maotian, CHENG Heqin, ZHOU Fengnian, WU Jingwen, LI Bochang. The Effect of Sand Digging to Bedfrom Stability of the Nangang Channel in the Changjiang River Mouth [J]. Hydrographic Surveying and Charting, 2011, 31(1):50-53.
[25] HE Yufang, CHENG Heqin, CHEN Jiyu. Morphological Evolution of Mouth Bars of the Yangtze Estuarine Waterways in the Last 100 Years [J].  Acta Geographica Sinica, 2011, 66(3):305-312.
[26] He Wei, Long Hua Gao, He Qin Cheng, Jiu Fa Li. Hydrodynamic simulation of Weiyi bridge in Liuzhou city, Guangxi province, China. Advanced Materials Research, 2011, 347-353: 1874-1877. (EI)
[27] YANG Zhongyong, CHENG Heqin, JIANG Hong, ZHANG Wenxiang, HE Yufang, NI Yizhuo. Detection and Research by Sub-bottom Profiler in Changjiang Estuary [J]. Hydrographic Surveying and Charting, 2011, 31(2):38-41.
[28] He Wei, Long Hua Gao, He Qin Cheng, Jiu Fa Li. Study on discharge distribution ratio variation of main connection nodes in Pearl River delta, in wet season, China. Advanced Materials Research, 2011, 347-353: 1883-1886. (EI)
[29] He Wei, He Qin Cheng, Hua Li You, Long Hua Gao. Dynamic characteristics and salt transportation of Lingdingyang bay of pearl river estuary in summer, Guangdong province, China. Advanced Materials Research, 2011, 347-353: 1926-1929. (EI)
[30] WANG Dongmei, CHENG Heqin, ZHANG Xianlin, RUAN Renliang. Impact of Relative Sea Level in Shanghai [J]. Shanghai Land and Resources, 2011, 32(3):35-40.
[31] JIANG Hong, CHENG Heqin, XU Haigen, Francisco Arreguín Sánchez, Will Le QUESNE. Impact of large jellyfish bloom on energy balance of middle and upper ecosystem in East China Sea [J]. Marine Environmental Science, 2010, 29(1): 91-95.
[32] CHENG Heqin, HAO Xiaohui, JIANG Hong, NI Yizhuo, YANG Zhongyong, HAN Zhen, Jean Francois-Noel. Integrated Ecologic-Economic-Societal Benefit Analysis of Fisheries Protection Areas (FPAs) Based on Desire/ Satisfaction Survey in the China Sea [J]. Resources Science, 2010, 32(4):589-595.
[33]HAN Zhen, LI Rui1, GUO Yongfei, CHENG Heqin. Data Sensitivity Analysis in the Establish of the ECOPATH Biological Energy Flow Model for the East China Sea [J]. Resources Science, 2010, 32(4):596-599.
[34] LI Rui, HAN Zhen, CHENG Heqin, JIANG Hong. A Preliminary Study on Biological Resources Energy Flows Based on the ECOPATH Model in the East China Sea [J]. Resources Science, 2010, 32(4):600-605.
[35] Fambaye Ngom Sow, Birane Sam, Cheng Heqin. Diagnoses of the State of Exploitation of Small Pelagic Stocks in Senegal by the Use of Size Frequencies: Case of Sardinella [J]. Resources Science, 2010, 32(4):620-626.
[36] NI Yizhuo, CHEN Heqin, FU Wen, JIANG Hong, WANG Yuanfei. Development of on Multi-user Deliberation Support Tool in Integrated Coastal Zone Management in the East China Sea [J]. Resources Science, 2010, 32(4):627-633.
[37] TA Na, CHEN Heqin, JIANG Hong, NI Yizhuo, Birane Sambe, YANG Zhongyong. The Coastal Transects Analysis Model (CTAM) of the East China Sea with Rmphasis on Fisheries: A Case Study on the Zhoushan Islands [J]. Resources Science, 2010, 32(4):634-639.
[38] JIANG Hong, CHENG Heqin, Francisco Arreguín-Sánchez. Exploring Fisheries Strategies for Multi-Criteria Decision Making: A Case Study of the China Sea [J]. Resources Science, 2010, 32(4):612-619.
[39] YANG Zhongyong, LI Na, YU Zhiying, CHENG Heqin, LI Shenduo. Preliminart research on the impact of blocking branch on the topography of seabed in Yangshan Port [J]. Marine Science Bulletin, 2010, 29(2):166-171.
[40] JIANG Hong, CHENG Heqin, BIRANE Samb, HAO Xiaohui, NI Yizhuo. Application of Length Frequency Analysis and Questionnaire in Determination of Fish Size at Beginning of Caoture [J]. Fisheries Science, 2010, 32(4):620-626.
[41] Cheng H.Q., 2010. Human action and control in the coastal system (with focus on the fisheries). Science Press, 295pp, Beijing, China.
(2) The papers have been accepted to published
[42] Cheng Heqin, D. M. Wang, T. Y. Wei, W. Chen, Z. Y. Yang, J. F. Li. Formation of estuarine subaqueous dunes in coarse silt and very fine sand in resuspension-dominated tidal flow conditions[J]. 2015.
[43] CHENG Heqin, WANG Dongmei, CHEN Jiyu. The research and predication of relative sea-level change trend about Shanghai region in 2030[J]. Advances in Climate Change Research, 2015.
[44] CHENG Heqin, TA Na, ZHOU Ying, ZHU Jianrong, RUAN Renliang, CHEN Jiyu. Background of sea level rise in Shanghai Yangtze Delta water source supply security risk assessment and countermeasures [J]. Advances in Climate Change Research, 2015.
[45] WU Shuaihu, PANG Jiangli, CHENG Heqin, HUANG Chunchang. PEDOGENENSIS CHARACTERISTICS AND PEDOGENIC ENVIRONMENT CHANGE OF LIAOWADIAN PROFILE IN THE UPPER HANJIANG RIVER VALLEY, CHINA[J].Quaternary Sciences, 2015, 35(3).
[46] LU Xue-jun, CHENG He-qin, HU Hao, GUO Xing-jie, LIU Gao-wei, WU Shuai-hu. Study on characteristics of bed-load transport with acoustic doppler current profiler in the Yangtze Estuary [J]. Marine Science Bulletin, 2015.
[47]  WU Shuaihu, PANG Jiangli, CHENG Heqin, HUANG Chunchang, ZHA Xiaochun, YANG Jianchao. Weathering intensity variations in a Holocene Loess-palaeosol Profile from upper Hanjiang catchment in central China[J]. Resources and Environment in the Yangtze Basin, 2015, 24(5).
[48] ZHENG Shu-wei, CHENG He-qin, WU Shuai-hu, HU Hao, LIU Gao-wei, HU Jin, LU Xue-jun. Observational studies of sand waves in the South Channel of Yangtze River [J]. Hydrographic Surveying and Charting, 2015.
[49]  ZHENG Shu-wei, CHENG He-qin, WU Shuai-hu, LIU Gao-wei, LU Xue-jun, XU Wei-xiao.Discovery and significances of the catenary-pearl dune [J]. SCIENCE CHINA, 2015.
[50] GUO Xing-jie,CHENG He-qin. Channel processes of North Channel and tendency analysis of the Yangtze Estuary [J].Journal of Sediment Research, 2015.
[51] GUO Xing-jie,CHENG He-qin. A cusp catastrophe model for evaluation of North Channel of the Yangtze estuary stability [J]. Journal of Sediment Research, 2015.
[52] GUO Xing-jie,CHENG He-qi, JI Na, HU Hao, LIU Gao-wei.Study on the influences of fluvial processes of Hengsha Watercourse to deepwater channel[J]. Journal of Sediment Research, 2015.
[53] LIU Gao-wei, CHENG He-qin, JI Na, QIAO Yuan-ying, HU Hao, WANG Dong-mei. Variations in tidal current and suspended sediment concentration in the upper part of North Channel of Changjiang Estuary for the last 10 years [J]. Marine Science Bulletin, 2015.
[54] LIU Gao-wei, CHENG He-qin, LI Jiu-fa, JI Na, HU Hao, JIAO Yuan-ying. Recent variation in tidal current and suspended sediment concentration in the Nanhui south shoal of Changjiang Estuary [J]. Marine Sciences, 2015.
[55] LIU Gao-wei, CHENG He-qin, YANG Zhong-yong.The variation of hydrodynamics and suspended sediment concentration in the upper and middle of North Passage before and after the construction of the third stage of Changjiang Estuary deepwater channel regulation project[J]. Hydro-Science and Engineering, 2015.
[56] LIU Gaowei, CHENG Heqin, LI Jiufa. The transport mechanism and characteristics of water and suspended sediment in channels of the Changjiang Estuary [J]. Journal of Sediment Research, 2015.
[57] HU Hao, CHENG Heqin, WEI Taoyuan, YANG Zhongyong, LIU Gaowei. Study of bed load measurement with Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler in Yangtze River estuary [J]. Journal of Sediment Research, 2015.
[58] WU Shuaihu, CHENG Heqin, LI Jiufa, JI Na, QIAO Yuanying. The morphological change and surface sediment distribution of the Yangtze Estuary recently[J]. Journal of Sediment Research, 2015.
OTHERS
[59] Cheng H.Q., Chen J.Y., Huang Z.L., Zhou F.N., Gao Z.S., Wang Y. Human driving effects on the channel evolved process of the North Branch in the Changjiang Estuary (Yangtze), China. In: Chen J.Y. (eds.), Yangtz River Estuary in the 21st Century [M]. China Ocean Press, 2009:128-148, Beijing, Beijing, China.
[60] HE Yufang, CHENG Heqin, WANG Dongmei, JIANG Hong, CHEN Jiyu. Exploration for the safety depth of navigation in a subaqueous dune’s regime [J]. Port & Waterway Engineering, 2009, (11):134-137.
[61]  Chen J.Y., Cheng H.Q.  Prelimilary study on the development pattern of Changjiang (Yangtze) River Estuary in the 21st century [M]. In: Chen J.Y. (eds.), Yangtze River Estuary in the 21st Century. China Ocean Press, 2009:233-236, Beijing, China.
[62]  TA Na, CHENG Heqin, JIANG Hong. The Coastal Transects Analysis Model (CTAM) of the East China Sea with Rmphasis on Fisheries: A Case Study on the Zhoushan Islands [C]. Abstracts of Centennial Papers of China Geographical Society, 2009:Ⅲ.40.
[63]  WANG Dongmei, CHENG Heqin, ZHOU Fengnian, YANG Zhongyong, HE Yufang, WU Jingwen. The Estimation of Scour Depth at Pier's locality in the Inshore Ripples Distribution [C]. The 24th Marine Surveying Comprehensive Symposium, 2009:271-276.
[64] Mackinson S. ,  Daskalov G.,  Heymans J.J.,  Neira S.,  Arancibia H.,  Zetina-Rejón M., Jiang H., Cheng H.Q., Coll M.,  Arreguin-Sanchez F.,  Keeble K.,  Shannon L. Which forcing factors fit? Using ecosystem models to investigate the relative influence of fishing and changes in primary productivity on the dynamics of marine ecosystems[J]. Ecological Modelling, 2009, 220(21): 2972-2978. (SCI)
[65]Li M.T., Cheng H.Q., Zhou F.N., Wu J.W., Li B.C.. Impacts of mining on the South Channel stability in the Changjiang (Yangtze) Estuary [C]. Hydrographic Surveying and Charting Symposium of 20th General Meeting, 2008:154-160.
[66] Li W.H., Cheng H.Q., Li J.F., Dong P. Temporal and spatial changes of dunes in the Changjiang (Yangtze) estuary, China[J]. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2008, 77(1): 169-174. (SCI)
[67] Jiang H., Cheng H.Q., Le Quesne W.F., et al. Examination of fishery and ecosystem trade-offs from marine protected areas in the East China Sea[J]. Environmental Conservation, 2008, 35(2): 137-146. (SCI)
[68] LI Na, CHENG Heqin, JIANG Hong. Application of Ecospace model in evaluating marine protected areas [J]. World Sci-Tech R&D, 2008, 30(6):723-727.
[69] Chen J.Y., Cheng H.Q., Dai Z.J., Doeke Eisma. Harmonious Development of Utilization and Protection of Tidal Flats and Wetlands: A Case Study in the Shanghai Area[J]. China Ocean Engineering, 2008, 22(4): 649-662. (EI)
[70] Chen J.Y., Cheng H.Q., Dai Z.J., 2007. The impacts and responses of the third driven force in estuary. In: Proceedings of the Third International Yellow River Forum (IYRF) on Sustainable Water Resources Management and Delta Ecosystem Maintenance. Yellow River Hydraulic Press, 236-249.
[71] Will J.F. Le Quesne, Francisco Arreguín-Sánchez, Mirtha Albanez-Lucero, He-Qin Cheng, Victor H. Cruz Escalona, Georgi Daskalov, Hui Ding, Eduardo González Rodríguez, Johanna J. (Sheila) Heymans, Hong Jiang, Diego Lercari, Cesar López-Ferreira, Jorge A. López-Rocha, Steve Mackinson, John K. Pinnegar, Nicholas V.C. Polunin, Jun Wu, Hai-Gen Xu and Manuel J. Zetina-Rejón, 2008. Analysing ecosystem effects of selected marine protected areas with Ecospace spatial ecosystem models. Fisheries Centre Research Reports, 16(2), pp67
[72] Jiang H., Cheng H.Q., Xu H.G., et al. Trophic controls of jellyfish blooms and links with fisheries in the East China Sea[J]. Ecological Modelling, 2008, 202: 492-503. (SCI)
[73] NI Yizhuo, CHENG Heqin, JIANG Hong, HAN Zhen, LIU Yu, FU Wen, WANG Yuanfei. Fish Habitat Modeling in the East China Sea: A Case of Chub Mackerel [J]. Fisheries Science, 2009, 28(12):726-732.
[74] LI Weihua, LI Jiufa, CHENG Heqin, LIU Qizhen. Research on the dune development in the Changjiang (Yangtze) Estuary, China [J]. Journal of Sediment Research, 2008, (6):45-51.
[75] Cheng H.Q., Li J. F., Yin D. W., Li M.T, Wang B.C. Nearshore bedforms and their stability evaluation in east entrance to the Qiongzhou Strait, South China Sea[J]. Frontiers of Earth Science in China, 2008, 2(3): 283-291.
[76] Chen J.Y., Cheng H.Q., Dai Z.J., 2007. The impacts and responses of the third driven force in estuary. In: Proceedings of the Third International Yellow River Forum (IYRF) on Sustainable Water Resources Management and Delta Ecosystem Maintenance. Yellow River Hydraulic Press, 236-249.
[77]  Gao Z.S., Cheng H.Q., 2007. Research progress in the morphological response to river engineering and management in alluvial channels in Italy. Hebei Academic Journal, 27(supplement): 133-136.
[78] LI Weihua, CHENG Heqin, LI Jiufa, LI Maotian, CHEN Jianyong, FU Gui. Estimated effect of bed sediments and sand waves during dry season on the safe nautical depth in the South Channel of the Changjiang River Estuary [J]. Hydrogra Phic Surveying and Charting, 2007, 27(2):37-40.
[79] CHENG Ling, CHENG Heqin, DU Jinzhou, DAI Zhijun, JIANG Hong, CHEN Zhongyuan. Impacts of re-suspension in bed sediment on transportation of heavy metals [J]. Marine Environmental Science, 2007, 26(4):317-320.
[80] HU Hongbing, HU Guangdao, CHENG Heqin. GIS-Based visualized analysis of shoals evolution around alluvial islands in the Changjiang Estuary for the recent 120 years [J]. Geography and Geo-Information Science, 2007, 23(4):86-88.
[81] Chen Jiyu, Cheng Heqin, Dai Zhijun. Compatibility of utilization and protection of tidal flat and wetland: A case study in Shanghai area [J]. Engineering Science, 2007, 9(6):11-17. [82] Cheng H.Q., Jiang H., Xu H.G., Wu J., Ding H., Will Le QUESNE, Francisco Arreguín-Sánchez, 2007. Spatial resources and fishery management framework in the East China Sea[J]. Fisheries Centre Blue Reports (FCRR), 15(6): 87-99.
[83] Cheng, H.Q., Jiang, H., Xu, H.G., Wu, J., Ding, H., Le Quesne, W.J.F. & Arreguín-Sánchez, F. Spatial resources and fishery management framework in the East China Sea. In: INCOFISH Ecosystem Models: Transiting from Ecopath to Ecospace, ed. Le Quesne, W.J.F., Arreguín-Sánchez, F. & Heymans S.J.J., Canada: University of British Columbia, Fisheries Centre Research Reports, 2007, 15(6): 87-97.
[84] YU Kangding, LI Maotian, WEI Taoyuan, CHEN Zhongyuan, CHENG Heqin. Chongming Island Front Rhythm Topography's effect on the Navigation Safety [C]. The 19th Marine Surveying Comprehensive Symposium, 2007:173-175.
[85] Chen J.Y., Cheng H.Q., Dai Z.J., 2006. Harmonious development between utilization and protection of tidal flat and wetland: a case study in Shanghai area. Proceedings of the second international conference on estuaries and coasts (ICEC-2006), 18-28
[86] Jiang H., Cheng H.Q., Shen F., Xu H.G., Arreguín-Sánchez F., Le QUESNE W. J.F., 2006. Preliminary study on fishery impact by trophic structure and flow analysis in the East China Sea. Proceedings of the second international conference on estuaries and coasts (ICEC-2006), 537-543.
[87]  CHENG Heqin, SHI Zhong, Kostaschuk Ray, DONG Lixian. Stability field for sand bedforms at the South branch and the South channel in the Changjiang (Yangtze) estuary [J]. Oceanologia Et Limnologia Sinica, 2004, 35(3):215-219.
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