Zhi-jun Dai

Job Title: 
Professor
Research Interests: 
Hydrological processes and water resources utilization
Coastal morphodynamics
Sediment transport in the coastal and estuarine zone
Coastal and estuarine resources management using remote sensing image analysis technique
Email: 
zjdai@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn
zhijun_dai@hotmail.com
Telephone: 
021-62233458
Fax: 
021-62546441
Address: 
Office (506), Zhongshan N. Road 3663,Shanghai 200062, China
Editorial Position : 
Editorial Board Member for Scientific Reports
Education Experience: 
Ph.D. (Coastal Oceanography) Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China. (2003)
Master Degree Candidate (Environmental Oceanography), Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China. (1998-2000)
B.S. (Physical geography) Hunan Normal University, Changsha, China. (1997)
Work Experience: 
Senior visiting professor in the department of Earth and Environment, Boston University, Boston, USA. (2015.9-2016.2)
Visiting professor in the institute of Marine Geology and Chemistry, National Sun Yat-sen Kaohsiung, Taiwan. (2012.3-2012.9)
Professor in the State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research‚ East China Normal University‚ Shanghai‚ China. (2010.12- present)
Visiting scholar in the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences‚ Delft University of Technology‚ Delft‚ The Netherlands. (2008.9-2009.9 )
Associate professor in the State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research‚ East China Normal University‚ Shanghai‚ China. (2005.6-2010.11)
Post doctoral research in the State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research‚ East China Normal University‚ Shanghai‚ China. (2003.7-2005.5)
Personal Details : 

Reviewer for the following journals:

Scientific Reports; Natural Hazards; Global and Planetary Change; Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science; Lake and Reservoir Management; Journal of Mountain Science; Marine Geology; Continental Shelf Science; Journal of Hydrology; Journal of Coastal Research; Journal of China Ocean Engineering; Sedimentary; Frontiers of Earth Science in China; Journal of International Sedimentary Research; Hydrological Processes; River research and applications; Journal of Hydro-environment research; Earth and space science

Books:
Chen J.Y., Liu C.Z., Dai Z.J., et al., 2010. China’s coastline. In: Eric Bird, C.F. (Editor), Encyclopedia of the World’s Coastal Landforms. Springer Press.
Huang,H., Z.J., Dai, et al. (Editor). Researches on vulnerbility of coastal environment of Guangxi province.Beijing: Chinese Ocean Press, 2005,10.
Dai, Z.J., C.C.,Li. Morphodyanmic prosesses of arc-shaped coast in South China. Shanghai: East Normal China University, 2008,9.
Yun, C.X., Z.J., Dai, D.C.,Wang. Crisis of Chinese estuary deltas. Beijing: Chinese Ocean Press, 2010,1.
 
Graduate-Level Courses Taught:
Coastal Depositional Environments
Coastal and Estuarine Processes
Students and Postdoctoral Associates
 
Supervised Students (including co-supervised students)
Weihua Li (PhD) Ming Ying (PhD) Chenjuan Jiang (PhD) Wenwu Zhu (PhD) Qing Tian (PhD) Wei Chen (MS) Jianyong Chen (MS) Hao Chen (MS) Haiting Lu (MS) Hong Yan (MS) Xiaoling Zhang (MS) Hualiang Xie(MS) Yifan Lin (MS)
Current Students (including cooperation)
Wei Wen (PhD) Shushi Li (PhD) Wenhong Pang (PhD) Zhenpeng Ge (PhD) Hongyi Yao (PhD) Binbin Ma(PhD) Jinjuan Gao (MS) Hao Sheng (MS) Yawen Yu(MS) Jie Wang(MS) Yaying Lou(MS)
Current Postdoctoral Associates
Xuefei Mei
Projects: 
2014-2017  Leader of ‘Morphodynamic processes of the macro-tidal beach, Beibu Gulf’. National natural science foundation of China.
 
2011-2013  Leader of ‘Migration of erosion/accretion waves along the Hangzhou bay and its sedimentary processes’. National natural science foundation of China.
 
2008-2010  Leader of ‘ Vulnerability analysis of barrier and lagoon along the western Guangdong with its response to anthropogenic action’. National natural science foundation of China.
 
2006-2008  Leader of ‘Equilibrium and stability of arc-shaped coast, South China’. National natural science foundation of China.
Paper: 
  1. Wei, W., Dai, Z*., Mei, X., Liu, J. P., Gao, S., & Li, S. (2017). Shoal morphodynamics of the Changjiang (Yangtze) estuary: Influences from river damming, estuarine hydraulic engineering and reclamation projects. Marine Geology, 386, 32-43.
  2. Zhijun Dai, Sergio Fagherazzi, Xuefei Mei, Jinjuan Gao. Decline in suspended sediment concentration delivered by the Changjiang (Yangtze) River into the East China Sea between 1956 and 2013. Geomorphology (2016) , doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2016.06.009. download
  3. Xuefei Mei , Zhijun Dai ∗, Sergio Fagherazzi , Jiyu Chen. Dramatic variations in emergent wetland area in China’s largest freshwater lake, Poyang Lake. Advances in Water Resources, 2016, 96: 1–10.
  4. Zhijun Dai, Sergio Fagherazzi, Xuefei Mei, Jiyu Chen, Yi Meng. Linking the infilling of the North Branch in the Changjiang (Yangtze) estuary to anthropogenic activities from 1958 to 2013. Marine Geology (2016), doi:10.1016/j.margeo.2016.05.006. download
  5.  Wen Wei, Xuefei Mei, Zhijun Dai* and Zhenghong Tang. Recent morphodynamic evolution of the largest uninhibited island in the Yangtze (Changjiang) estuary during 1998-2014: influence of the anthropogenic interference. Continental Shelf Research (2016). doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2016.05.011. download
  6. Zhenpeng Ge, Huahong Shi, Xuefei Mei, Zhijun Dai* & Daoji Li. Semi-automatic recognition of marine debris on beaches. Scientific Reports(2016). DOI: 10.1038/srep25759. download
  7. Zhijun Dai*, James T. Liu & Wen Wei. Morphological evolution of the South Passage in the Changjiang (Yangtze River) estuary, China. Quaternary International, 380-381, 314-326, 2015. download
  8. Zhijun Dai*, James T. Liu & Yunbo Xiang (2015) Human interference in the water discharge of the Changjiang (Yangtze River), China, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 60:10, 1770-1782, DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2014.944182 (Featured article) download
  9. Xuefei Mei, Zhijun Dai*, Jinzhou Du & Jiyu Chen. Linkage between Three Gorges Dam impacts and the dramatic recessions in China’s largest freshwater lake, Poyang Lake.Scientific Reports,5:18197, DOI: 10.1038/srep18197 (2015). download
  10. Mei Xuefei, Dai Zhijun*, Wei Wen and Gao Jinjuan. Dams induced stage–discharge relationship variations in the upper Yangtze River basin. Hydrology Research. 2016, 47(1): 157-170. download
  11. X. Mei, Z. Dai*, Z. Tang and P.H.A.J.M. van Gelder. Impacts of historical records on extreme flood variations over the conterminous United States. Journal of Flood Risk Management. DOI: 10.1111/jfr3.12223. download
  12. Mei, X., Z. Dai*, P. H. A. J. M. van Gelder, and J. Gao (2015) Linking Three Gorges Dam and downstream hydrological regimes along the Yangtze River, China, Earth and Space Science, 2, doi:10.1002/2014EA000052. download
  13. Wen Wei, Zhenghong Tang, Zhijun Dai*, Yifan Lin, Zhenpeng Ge, Jinjuan Gao. Variations in tidal flats of the Changjiang (Yangtze) estuary during 1950-2010s: Future crisis and policy implication. Ocean & Coastal Management 108 (2015) 89-96. download
  14. Jinjuan Gao, Huahong Shi, Zhijun Dai*, Xuefei Mei. Variations of sediment toxicity in a tidal Estuary: A case study of the South Passage, Changjiang (Yangtze) Estuary. Chemosphere 128 (2015) 7–13. download
  15. Jinjuan Gao, Zhijun Dai*, Xuefei Mei, Zhenpeng Ge, Wen Wei, Hualiang Xie, Shushi Li. Interference of natural and anthropogenic forcings on variations in continental freshwater discharge from the Red River (Vietnam) to sea. Quaternary International 380-381 (2015) 133-142. download
  16. Li Shushi, Dai Zhijun*, Mei Xuefei, Huang Hu, Wei Wen, Gao Jinjuan. Dramatic variations in water discharge and sediment load from Nanliu River (China) to the Beibu Gulf during 1960-2013. Quaternary International xxx (2016) 1-12. download
  17. CHEN Dong, DAI Zhijun*, XU Ren, LI Daoji, MEI Xuefei. Impacts of anthropogenic activities on the Changjiang (Yangtze) estuarine ecosystem (1998–2012). Acta Oceanological Sinica. 2015, 34(6): 86–93. download
  18. Zhenghong Tang, Yue Gu, Zhijun Dai, Yao Li, Ted LaGrange, Andy Bishop & Jeff Drahota. Examining Playa Wetland Inundation Conditions for National Wetland Inventory, Soil Survey Geographic Database, and LiDAR Data. Wetlands (2015) 35:641-654 DOI 10.1007/s13157-015- 0654-2. download
  19. LI Zhanhai, LI Michael Z, DAI Zhijun, ZHAO Fangfang, LI Jiufa. Intratidal and neap-spring variations of suspended sediment concentrations and sediment transport processes in the North Branch of the Changjiang Estuary. Acta Oceanological Sinica. 2015, 34(1): 137–147. download
  20. Dai, Z., Liu, J.T., Wei, W., Chen, J., 2014. Detection of the Three Gorges Dam influence on the Changjiang (Yangtze River) submerged delta. Scientific Reports, 4, 6600, DOI:10.1038/srep06600 (2014). download
  21. Dai, Z.J., J.T., Liu, H.L., Xie, W. Y. Shi, 2014. Sedimentation in the Outer Hangzhou Bay, China: the influence of Changjiang sediment load. Journal of Coastal Research, 30(6): 1218-1225. download
  22. Wei, W., Chang, Y.B., Dai*, Z. J., 2014. Streamflow changes of the Chang (Yangtze) River in the recent 60 years: impacts of the East Asian summer monsoon, ENSO, and human activities. Quaternary International 336, 98-107. download
  23. Wei, W., Tang, Z.H., Dai*, Z. J., 2014. Variations in tidal flats of the Changjiang (Yangtze) estuary during 1950s-2010s: future crisis and policy implication. Ocean and Coastal Management http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2014.05.018. download
  24. Xiaoling Zhang, Zhijun Dai*, Ao Chu & Jinzhou Du. Impacts of relative sea level rise on the shoreface deposition, Shuidong Bay, South China. Environmental Earth Sciences 71: 3503-3515, 2014. download
  25. Fu, X.Y., Tang, Z.H., M. Svoboda, Z.J., Dai, J.J. Wu, 2013. An overview of US state drought plans: crisis or risk management? Natural Hazards DOI 10.1007/S11069-013-0766-z. download
  26. Tang, Z.H., Z.J., Dai, X.Y. Fu, X. Li, 2013. Content analysis for the U.S. coastal states climate action plans in managing the risks of extreme climate events and disasters. Ocean and Coastal Management 80, 46-54. download
  27. Shi, H.H.*, J.Yuan, Z.J. Dai*, H.Y. Yao, 2013. The teratogenic effects of sediments from the Yangtze Estuary and adjacent bay, China, on frog embryos. Environmental Earth Sciences 68: 2385-2391. download
  28. Dai, Z., Liu, J.T., Fu, G., Xie, H., 2013. A thirteen-year record of bathymetric changes in the north passage, Changjiang (Yangtze) Estuary. Geomorphology 187, 101-107. download
  29. Dai, Z., Liu, J.T., 2013. Impacts of large dams on downsteram fluvial sedimentation: an example of the three gorges dam (TGD) on the Changjiang (Yangtze River). Journal of Hydrology 480, 10-18. download
  30. Dai, Z.J., Chu, A., Li, W.H., Wu, H.L., 2013. Has suspended sediment concentration near the mouth bar of the Yangtze (Changjiang) Estuary been declining in recent years? Journal of Coastal Research DOI: 10.2112/jcoastres-d-11-002000.1. download
  31. Dai, Z.J., Chu, A.,Stive, M.J.F., Yao, H.Y., 2012. Impact of the Three Gorges Dam overruled by an extreme climate hazard. Natural Hazards Review 13, 310-316. download
  32. Dai, Z.J., A.Chu, M.J.F., Stive, J.F., Li, 2011. Is the Three Georges Dam the cause behind the 2006 extreme low suspended sediment discharge into the Yangtze (Changjiang) estuary? Hydrological Sciences Journal 56 (7), 1280-1288 (Featured article) download
  33. Dai, Z.J., J.Z. Du, X.L. Zhang, N. Su, and J.F.,Li, 2011. Variation of riverine material loads and environmental consequences on the Changjiang estuary in recent decades. Environmental Science and Technology 45: 223-227. download
  34. Dai, Z.J., J.Z.,Du, A. Chu, X.L.,Zhang, 2011. Sediment characteristics in the North Branch of the Yangtze Estuary based on radioisotope tracers. Environmental Earth Sciences 62: 1629-11634. download
  35. Dai, Z.J., A. Chu, M.J.F., Stive, X.L.,Zhang, H., Yan, 2011. Unusual salinity conditions in theYangtze Estuary in 2006: impacts of an extreme drought or of the Three Gorges Dam? Ambio, 40(5):496–505,2015. download
  36. Yan, H., Z.J., Dai*, J.F.,Li, J.C., Zhao, X.L.,Zhang, J.K., Zhao, 2011. Distributions of sediments of the tidal flats in response to dynamic actions, Yangtze (Changjiang) Estuary. Journal of Geographical Sciences 21(4): 1-14. download
  37. Zhang, X.L., Z.J., Dai*, W.Y., Shi, H., Chen, 2011. Migration characteristics of Erosion and Accretion Waves along the Northern Bank of the Hangzhou Bay.2011 International Conference on Energy and Environment(ICEE).4:507-515.
  38. Dai, Z.J., J.Z. Du, A. Chu, J.F. Li, J.Y. Chen, and X.L. Zhang, 2010. Groundwater discharge to the Changjiang River, China, during the drought season of 2006: effects of the extreme drought and the impoundment of the Three Gorges Dam. Hydrogeology Journal 18: 359-369. download
  39. Dai, Z.J., A. Chu, J.Z. Du, M.J.F. Stive, and H. Yan, 2010. Assessment of extreme drought and human interference on baseflow of the Yangtze River. Hydrological Processes 24: 749-757. download
  40. Dai, Z.J., Liu, J.T., Y.P., Lei, X.L., Zhang, 2010. Patterns of sediment transport pathways on a headland bay beach-Nanwan beach, South China: a case study. Journal of Coastal Research, 26(6), 1096-1103. download
  41. Dai, Z.J., J.Y., Chen, J.Z., Du, C.C., Li, 2008. Seasonal Changes of Sandbar Behavior in Nanwan Beach, South China. Journal of Coastal Research, 24(5): 1209-1216. download
  42. Dai, Z.J., J.Z., Du, J.F., Li, W.H., Li, J.Y., Chen. Runoff characteristics of the Changjiang River during 2006: Effect of extreme drought and the impounding of the Three Gorges Dam. Geophysical Research Letters‚ doi:10.1029/2008GL033456. download
  43. Zhao, J.K., J.F., Li, Z.J.,Dai, H., Zhang, H.,Yan, 2010. Key role of the lakes in runoff supplement in the mid-lower reaches of the Yangtze River during typical drought years. 2010 International Conference on Digital Manufacturing and Automation. download
  44. Dai Zhijun, Zhu Wenwu, Li Weihua and Li Jiufa. Research on recent changes of fluid mud and its impacted factors in the North Passage of the Changjiang Estuary. 0468-155X (2015) 01-0050-07. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  45. Lin Yifan, Dai Zhijun, Li Weihua, Xie Hualiang and Li Jiufa. Changes in water and sediment of the bifurcation mouth between the North and South Passage during the flood season, Yangtze Estuary. Acta oceanological sinica, 2015, 37(3): 114-125. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  46. Xie Hualiang, Dai Zhijun, Zuo Shuhua and Han Zhiyuan. Morphodynamic processes of the south passage of the Yangtze estuary (1959-2013). The Ocean engineering. 2015, 33(5): 51-59. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  47. Dai, Z.J., J.F., Li, J.K., Zhao, C.J., Chen, X.L., 2010. Zhang. Adjustment processes of runoff among river, lake and reservoir along mid-lower reaches of Changjiang River during 2006 extreme drought year. Geographical Science, 30(4): 577-581. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  48. Li, J.F., Z.J., Dai, X.C., Liu, J.C., Zhao, et al., 2010. Research on the movement of water and suspended sediment and sedimentation in Nanhui spit of the Yangtze Estuary before and after the construction of reclamation projects on the tidal flat. Journal of Sediment Research, 3: 31-37. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  49. Yan, H., Z.J., Dai, J.F., Li, J.C., Zhao, X.L., Zhang, 2009. Distribution of surfical tidal flat sediments in the Yangtze Estuary. Acta Geographica Sinica, 64(5): 629-637. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  50. Dai, Z.J., Z.Han, J.H.,Chen., 2009. Analysis on scouring and silting of tidal-flat change and its dynamic action, Bohe, Guangdong. Marine Sciences, 33(4): 29-33. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  51. Dai, Z.J., X.L., Zhang, J.F., Li, C.X., Yun, 2009. Morphodynamic behavior of the mud coast in response to typhoon action. The Ocean Engineering, 27(2): 63-69. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  52. Zhang, X.L., Z.J., Dai*, H., Yan, Z.H., Li, J., Ren, 2009. Analysis on the short period changes in suspended sediment turbidity in surf zone. Journal of Oceanography in Taiwan Strait, 28(2): 149-155. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  53. Chen, J.Y., Z.J., Dai*, J.Y., Chen, X.L., Zhang, H.T., Lu, 2009. Analysis on the net sediment transportation along arc-shaped coast in the northern bank, Hangzhou Bay. Journal of Sediment Research, 2009 (2): 53-59. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  54. Sun, Q., Z.J., Dai, 2009. A new shortest path algorithm using cellular automata model. Computer Technology and Development, 19(2): 42-44. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  55. Xiang, Y.B., C.L., Xu, Z.J.,Dai., 2009. Preliminary exploration of development decision of Shanghai ocean economics and trends in ocean economics of the world. Management and Exploitation of Ocean, 26(2): 46-52. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  56. Han, Z., C.X., Yun, Y.,Liu, H., Zhang, 2009. Remote sensing quantitative inversion research of the silt tidal flat elevation and deposition and erosion-chongmingdongtan as the example. Transactions of Oceanology and Limnology, 1: 12-18. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  57. Zhao, J.K., J.F.,Li, Z.J.,Dai, H., Yan, B.D., Zhao, 2009. Study on water resources carrying capacity of urbanized area based on entropy model-a case study in Kaifeng city. Journal of Natural Resources, 24(11): 1944-1951. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  58. Zhao, J.C., J.F., Li, Z.H.,Li, Z.J., Dai, J.K., Zhao, 2009. Researches on characteristics and dynamic mechanism of short-term scouring and silting changes of the tidal flat on Nanhui spit in the Changjiang Estuary in China. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 31(4): 103-111. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  59. Liu, Q.Z., J.F., Li, Z.J., Dai, J.C., Zhao, L.X., Feng, 2009. Spatial and temporal distribution of particulate metal pollutants in Changjiang Estuary. Marine Environmental Science, 28(3): 251-256. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  60. Feng, L.X., J.F., Li, Z.J., Dai*, H., Yan, J.C., Zhao, 2009. Analysis of the river channel stability and the characteristics of suspended sediment and water in the North Branch of the Changjiang River estuary in recent years. Journal of Marine Sciences, 27(3): 40-47. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  61. Chen, J.Y., H.Q., Chen, Z.J., Dai, D., Eisma, 2008. Harmonious Development of Utilization and Protection of Tidal Flats and Wetlands-A Case Study in Shanghai Area. China Ocean Engineering, 22(4): 649-662. download
  62. Zhao, J.C., Z.J., Dai, W.H., Li, 2008. Study on the characteristics of temporal and spatial changes in properties of surface sediment on near-shore seabed of strong-tide bay: a case from the north bank of Hangzhou Bay in Shanghai. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica, 26(6): 49-57. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  63. Li, J.F., Z.J., Dai, Q. Z., Liu, W.H., Li, R.R., Wu, J.C., Zhao, 2008. In-situ observation of floccule size and fluid mud in the Changjiang Estuary. Journal of Sediment Research, 3: 26-32. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  64. H.,Yan, Z.J., Dai*, X.L., Zhang, J.Y., Chen, 2008. Variation of bed-load and suspended sediment along the middle and lower reaches of Yangtze River during the period of the extreme low discharge in 2006. Resources and Environment in the Yangtze Basin, 17(Z): 78-83. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  65. Dai,Z.J., J.Y., Chen, H.T., Lu, 2008. Analysis on the spatial distribution of deposition fields between the east bank and the south bank, in the Changjiang River estuary. Transactions of Oceanology and Limnology, 2: 46-52. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  66. Dai, Z.J., H.T., Lu, S.Y., Ou, C.C., Li, J.Y., Chen, 2008. A singular spectrum analysis between the spatial and temporal changes of beach volumes and wave fields. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 30(3): 133-139(In Chinese with English abstract)
  67. Chen, J.Y., H.Q., Chen, Z.J., Dai, 2008. Action and response of the third driven dynamics in the estuarine processes. Advances in Natural Science, 18(9), 994-1000(In Chinese with English abstract)
  68. Dai, Z.J., W.H., Li, J.F., Li, J.Y., Chen, 2008. Analysis of the saltwater intrusion in the Changjiang Estuary during the flood season in extreme drought. Advances in Water Science, 19(6): 100-104. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  69. YING, M., J.F., Li, S.L., Chen, Z.J., Dai, 2008. Dynamics Characteristics and Topographic Profile Shaping Process of Feiyan Shoal at the Yellow River Delta. Marine Science Bulletin,10(2): 74-88. download
  70. Liu, H., Q., He, J.J., Xu, Z.J., Dai, J.Y., Chen, 2008. The Effect of the Exceptionally Low Water Discharge on Sediment Char acter istics of the Middle and Lower Yangtze River. Acta Geographica Sinica, 63(1): 50-64. download
  71. Liu, Q.Z., J.F., Li, C.H., Xu, Z.J., Dai, D.J., Li, 2008. Flocculation process of fine-grained sediments by the combining effect of salinity and humus in the Changjiang Estuary in China, Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 30(3): 140-147. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  72. Dai, Z.J., J.Z., Du, C.C., Li, Z.S., Chen, 2007. The configuration of equilibrium beach profile in South China. Geomorphology, 86: 441-454. download
  73. Liu, Q.Z., J.F., Li, Z.J., Dai, J.D., Li., 2007. Flocculation process of fine-grained sediments by the combined effect of salinity and humus in the Changjiang Estuary. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 26(1): 140-149. download
  74. Dai, Z.J., J.Y., Chen, C.C., Li, S.J., Wang, H.T., Lu, 2007. Characteristics of transverse sediment transport along Nanwan arc-shaped beach in response to seasonal wave dynamics. The Ocean Engineering, 25(4): 39-45. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  75. Dai, Z.J., J.H., Chen, J., Ren. Analysis of the stable states in the nearshore sea-floor of bar-lagoon coast in Bohe, Yuexi. Journal of Oceanography in Taiwan Strait, 26(1): 1-6. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  76. Li, J.F., Z.J., Dai, M., Ying, R.R., Wu, G., Fu, H.G., Xu., 2008. Analysis on the development and evolution of tidal flats and reclamation of land resource along shore of Shanghai city. Journal of Natural Resources, 22(3): 361-371. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  77. Chen, J.Y., H.Q., Cheng, Z.J., Dai, 2007. Compatibility of utilization and protection of tidal flat and wetland: a case study in Shanghai area. Engineering Science, 11-17. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  78. Fu, G., J.F., Li, Z.J., Dai, R.R., Wu, Z.Y., Yu, 2007. (Primary discussion on seabed evolution of Nanhuizui and Qiqu Archipelage. Journal of East China Normal University (Natural Science), 4: 34-41. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  79. Cheng, L., H.Q.,Cheng, Z.J., Dai, H.,Jiang, Z.Y., Chen. Impacts of re-suspension in bed sediment on transportation of heavy metals. Marine Environmental Science, 26(4): 317-320. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  80. Ying, M., J.F., Li, S.L., Chen, W.H., Li, Z.J., Dai, 2007. Dynamics characteristics and topographic profiles shaping process of Feiyantan at the Yellow River delta. Marine Science Bulletin, 26(4): 13-22. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  81. Fu, G., J.F., Li, Z.J., Dai, R.R., Wu, Z.Y., Yu, 2007. Study of tidal flow numerical simulation on the reclamation project of Nanhuizui beach. Transactions of Oceanology and Limnology, 4: 47-54. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  82. Cheng, H.Y., Y.P., Qiu, Z.J.Dai, et al.,2007. The sorption behaviors of Pb(II) on tidal flat sediments at Pudong airport. Jiangsu Environmental Science and Technology, 20(2): 1-4. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  83. Dai, Z.J., C.X., Yun, Z.,Han, 2006. Composition of satellite remote sensing and digital topography applied in port projects.The Ocean Engineering, 1: 115-121. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  84. Dai, Z.J.,C.C.,Li, W.J.,Wang,J.Y.,Chen,2006. Research on stability and fractal of arc-shaped coast in South China. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 28(1):176-180. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  85. Dai,Z.J., Z.,Han, C.X.,Yun, J.Y.,Chen, J.,Ren,2006. Remote sensing analysis of spatial and temporal distribution characteristics of surface suspended sediment concentration in the Maoming Sea area. Advances in Marine Science, 24(4): 455-461. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  86. Li, W.H., J.F., Li, Z.J., Dai, S.L., Chen, 2006. Response of coastal sediment to the hydrodynamic conditions in the Feiyan beach in the Northern Yellow River delta. Marine Geology and Quaternary Geology, 26(1): 17-21(In Chinese with English abstract)
  87. Li, J.F., W.H., Li, M., Ying, L.Q., Shi, S.L., Chen, Z.J., Dai, 2006. Characteristic and hydrodynamic explanation of distribution and parameters of sediment granularity in Feiyan shoal of Yellow River delta. Marine Science Bulletin, 38-44. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  88. Dai, Z.J., Z.,Han, C.X. Yun, 2005. Grain size characteristics and transport trends of the sediment in the South Channel of the Yangtze River. Transactions of Oceanology and Limnology, 72-78. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  89. Dai, Z.J., S.Y., Shi, Z.S., Chen, C.X., Yun, 2005. Study on sediment transport trend and profile fractals on a beach between headlands. Advances in Marine Science, 23(2): 168-173. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  90. Dai, Z.J., J.Y., Chen, H.Q., Cheng, J.F., Li, 2005. Sediment characteristics and transport patterns in Nanhui joint area. Resources and Environment in the Yangtze Basin, 14(6): 735-739. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  91. Dai, Z.J., C.C., Li,W.J., Wang, 2005. Formation mechanism analysis of arc-shaped sandy coast in South China. Journal of Oceanography in Taiwan Strait. 24(1): 43-48. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  92. Dai, Z.J., C.C., Li, J.H., Chen, 2004. Research of land and ocean interaction of the coastal zone in South China. Progress in Geography, 10-16. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  93. Dai, Z.J., C.C., Li, 2004. Coastline configuration and geomorphologic development mode of arc-shaped coast in South China. Journal of Geographical Sciences 14 (4), 473-480, 2004. download
  94. Dai, Z.J., C.C., Li, Q.L., Zhang, 2004. Fractal analysis of shoreline patterns for crenulate bay beaches, Southern China. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 61: 65-71. download
  95. Da, Z.J., 2004. Application of judgement rules for log-spirial coast to arc-shaped shoreline in South China. Journal of Tropical Oceanography, 22(6):46-53. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  96. Li, Z.L., Z.S., Chen, Z.J., Dai, 2004. Analysis of beach volume variations over a month for a beach between headland in Shanwei, eastern Guangdong. Acta Tropical Geography, 43(2): 112-116. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  97. Dai, Z.J., C.X., Yun, Z., Han, F., Lou, 2004. Sea wall warning analysis of caojing-zhilin bank segment along north coast of the Hangzhou Bay, Coastal Engineering 23(4): 23-31. (In Chinese with English abstract (In Chinese with English abstract)
  98. Dai, Z.J., Z.S., Chen, S.Y., Ou, 2000. Analysis of wave actions on coast evolution in Nandujiang River delta, Hainan island. Journal of Oceanography in Tanwan Strait, 19(4): 413-418. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  99. Dai, Z.J., J., Ren, Z.F., Zhou, 2000. Research advance in definition and classification of estuaries. Journal of Oceanography in Taiwan Strait, 254-260. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  100. Chen, Z.S., Z.Q., Li, Z.J., Dai, et al., 2001. Observations and analysis for triad wave coupling in nearshore waters. Journal of Tropical Oceanography, 22(6):46-53. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  101. Liu, H.Y., Z.J., Dai, M.M., Heng, 2002. Analysis and prediction on sewage drainage of Guangzhou. Chongqing Environmental Science, 24(1): 62-64. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  102. Dai, Z.J., X.C., Peng, H., Huang, 2002. Application of grey forecast on river water pollution, 1:28-29. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  103. Dai, Z.J., Z.S., Chen, S.Y., Ou, 2002. Characteristics of daily variation processes over a month for beach profiles between headlands in Shanwei, eastern Guangdong. Journal of Tropical Oceanography, 21(1): 27-32. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  104. Li, C.C., Y.P., Lei, W., H., Z.J., Dai, 2002. Evolutional processes of the Pearl River estuary and its protective regulation and exploitation. Journal of Sediment Research, 44-51. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  105. Dai, Z.J., J.H., Chen, C.C., Li, 2002. Application of the principal component analysis to the study of sustainable development of the city Pred system. Tropical Geography, 22(3): 261-265. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  106. Dai, Z.J., Z.S., Chen, Q.L., Zhang, 2001. Analysis on temporal variation process of a vave-dominated beach profile between headlands. Tropical Geography, 21(3): 266-269.) download
  107. Han, L., Z.J., Dai, 2001. Assessments of ecologic risk. Environmental Sciences Dynamics, 3: 7-10. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  108. Dai, Z.J., L., Han, S.Y., Shi, 2001. Analysis of dynamics and evolution on bar-lagoon coast in Houjiang bay, east Guangdong. Journal of Oceanography in Tanwan, 20(2): 142-146. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  109. Ren, J., P.R., Liu, Z.J., Dai, 2001. Characteristics of bottom sediment and sediment transport patterns in Hailing bay, western Guangdong. Journal of Oceanography in Tanwan, 20(1): 96-100. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  110. Liu, H.Y., Z.J., Dai, 2001. The analysis and countermeasures on the present pollution in Chinese offing. Environmental Protection Science, 27(106): 6-8. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  111. Dai, Z.J., Z.S., Chen, C.C., Li, 2001. Analysis of dynamical actions on the process of beach profile between headlands over a short time. Ocean Science, 25(11): 38-41. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  112. Chen, Z.S., S.Y., Ou, Z.J., Dai, et al.,2001. Analysis of the statistic characteristics of wave structure and appearance in the shoreface zones of the bays between headlands. Ocean Bulletin, 20(3): 1-7. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  113. Chen, Z.S., W.Y., Shi, Z.J., Dai, 2000. Analysis on morphodyanalysis on morphody-namic processes of fast changes of three-dimensional morphologies of a beach and surf-zone between headlands. Ocean Science, 24(1): 40-43. (In Chinese with English abstract)
  114. Dai, Z.J., 1998. Causes and Countermeasures of asid rain in Hunan Province. Environmental Protection, 4: 36-39 (In Chinese with English abstract).