Ge Jianzhong

Job Title: 
Research Interests: 
Numerical Modeling of Hydrodynamics and Sediment Transport;
Visualization System and High-Performance Computing
Zhongshan N. Road 3663,Shanghai 200062, China
Education Experience: 
Ph.D.,Physical Oceanography, East China Normal University, 2011
Ms.D., Coastal Engineering,East China Normal University, 2007
Bachelor, Physics,East China Normal University, 2004
Work Experience: 
Visiting Scholar, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, United States (2007-2009; 2015-2016)
Assistant Professor, ECNU (2011-2015)
Associate Professor, ECNU (2016-2020)
Professor, ECNU (2021-)
  • Gao, W., Shen, F.*, Tan, K., Zhang, W., Liu, Q., Lam, N. S. N., & Ge, J.(2021). Monitoring terrain elevation of intertidal wetlands by utilising the spatial-temporal fusion of multi-source satellite data: A case study in the Yangtze (Changjiang) Estuary. Geomorphology, 383, 107683.
  • Zhou, Z., Ge, J.*, van Maren, D. S., Wang, Z. B., Kuai, Y., & Ding, P. (2021). Study of Sediment Transport in a Tidal Channel-Shoal System: Lateral Effects and Slack-Water Dynamics. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 126(3).
  • Li, W., Ge, J.*, Ding, P., Ma, J., Glibert, P. M., & Liu, D.*(2021). Effects of Dual Fronts on the Spatial Pattern of Chlorophyll-a Concentrations in and off the Changjiang River Estuary. Estuaries and Coasts, 126(1), 1–11.
  • Li, X., Bellerby, R. G. J.*, Ge, J., Wallhead, P., Liu, J., and Yang, A. (2020) Retrieving monthly and interannual total-scale pH (pHT) on the East China Sea shelf using an artificial neural network: ANN-pHT-v1, Geosci. Model Dev., 13, 5103–5117,
  • Yin, J., Jonkman, S., Lin, N., Yu, D., Aerts, J., Wilby, R.,...,Ge, J., et al. (2020). Flood Risks in Sinking Delta Cities: Time for a Reevaluation? Earth's Future, 8(8), 543–15.
  • Li X, Bellerby RGJ, Wallhead P, Ge J, Liu J, Liu J and Yang A (2020) A Neural Network-Based Analysis of the Seasonal Variability of Surface Total Alkalinity on the East China Sea Shelf. Front. Mar. Sci. 7:219. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2020.00219
  • Ge, J., Torres, R., Chen, C., Liu, J., Xu, Y., Bellerby, R., et al. (2020). Influence of suspended sediment front on nutrients and phytoplankton dynamics off the Changjiang Estuary: A FVCOM-ERSEM coupled model experiment.Journal of Marine Systems, 204, 103292–19.
  • Ge, J., Shi, S., Liu, J., Xu, Y., Chen, C., Bellerby, R., & Ding, P. (2020). Interannual Variabilities of Nutrients and Phytoplankton off the Changjiang Estuary in Response to Changing River Inputs. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 125(3), 197–23.
  • Ge, J., Chen, C., Wang, Z. B., Ke, K., Yi, J., & Ding, P. (2020). Dynamic Response of the Fluid Mud to a Tropical Storm. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 125(3), 1–27.
  • Wang, S., Ge, J., Kilbourne, K. H., & Wang, Z. (2020). Numerical simulation of mid-Holocene tidal regime and storm-tide inundation in the south Yangtze coastal plain, East China. Marine Geology, 423, 106134.
  • Zhou, Z., Ge, J., Wang, Z. B., Maren, D. S., Ma, J., & Ding, P. (2019). Study of Lateral Flow in a Stratified Tidal Channel‐Shoal System: The Importance of Intratidal Salinity Variation. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 124(9), 6702–6719.
  • Ge, J., Zhou, Z., Yang, W., Ding, P., Chen, C., Wang, Z. B., & Gu, J. (2018). Formation of Concentrated Benthic Suspension in a Time-Dependent Salt Wedge Estuary. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 123(11), 8581–8607.
  • Lu, Z., Fan, W., Li, S., & Ge, J.(2018). Large-eddy simulation of the influence of a wavy lower boundary on the turbulence kinetic energy budget redistribution. Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, 36(4), 1178–1188.
  • Guo, W., Wang, X. H., Ding, P., Ge, J., & Song, D. (2018). A system shift in tidal choking due to the construction of Yangshan Harbour, Shanghai, China. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 206, 49–60.
  • Dong, S., Stephenson, W. J., Wakes, S., Chen, Z., & Ge, J.(2017). Meso-scale Simulation of Typhoon Generated Storm Surge: Methodology and Shanghai Case Study. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences Discussions, 1–18.
  • Luan, H. L., Ding, P.-X., Wang, Z. B., & Ge, J.-Z.(2017). Process-based morphodynamic modeling of the Yangtze Estuary at a decadal timescale_ Controls on estuarine evolution and future trends. Geomorphology, 290, 347–364.
  • Luan, H. L., Ding, P.-X., Wang, Z. B., Ge, J.-Z., & Yang, S.-L. (2016). Decadal morphological evolution of the Yangtze Estuary in response to river input changes and estuarine engineering projects. Geomorphology, 265(C), 12–23.
  • Guo, W., Song, D., Wang, X. H., Ding, P., & Ge, J.(2016). Contributions of different tidal interactions to fortnightly variation in tidal duration asymmetry. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 121(8), 5980–5994.
  • Ge, J., Shen, F., Guo, W., Chen, C., & Ding, P. (2015). Estimation of critical shear stress for erosion in the Changjiang Estuary: A synergy research of observation, GOCIsensing and modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 120(12), 8439–8465.
  • Wang, L., Zhou, Y., Ge, J., Johannessen, J. A., & Shen, F. (2014). Mapping sea surface velocities in the Changjiang coastal zone with advanced synthetic aperture radar.Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 33(11), 141–149.
  • Li, Y., Chen, X., Chen, C., Ge, J., Ji, R., Tian, R., et al. (2014). Dispersal and survival of chub mackerel (Scomber Japonicus) larvae in the East China Sea. Ecological Modelling, 283, 70–84.
  • Monbaliu, J., Chen, Z., Felts, D., Ge, J., Hissel, F., Kappenberg, J., et al. (2014). Risk assessment of estuaries under climate change: Lessons from Western Europe. Coastal Engineering, 87, 32–49.
  • Li, M., Ge, J., Kappenberg, J., Much, D., Nino, O., & Chen, Z. (2013). Morphodynamic processes of the Elbe River estuary, Germany: the Coriolis effect, tidal asymmetry and human dredging. Frontiers of Earth Science.
  • Wu, L., Chen, C., Guo, P., Shi, M., Qi, J., & Ge, J.(2011). A FVCOM-based unstructured grid wave, current, sediment transport model, I. Model description and validation. Journal of Ocean University of China, 10(1), 1–8.
  • Hu, C., Li, D., Chen, C., Ge, J., Muller-Karger, F. E., Liu, J., et al. (2010). On the recurrent Ulva proliferablooms in the Yellow Sea and East China Sea.Journal of Geophysical Research, 115(C5).
  • Xue, P., Chen, C., Ding, P., Beardsley, R. C., Lin, H., Ge, J., & Kong, Y. (2009). Saltwater intrusion into the Changjiang River: A model-guided mechanism study. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 114(2).
  • Ge, J., Ding, P., Chen, C., Hu, S., Fu, G., & Wu, L. (2013). An integrated East China Sea–Changjiang Estuary model system with aim at resolving multi-scale regional–shelf–estuarine dynamics. Ocean Dynamics, 63(8), 881–900. doi:10.1007/s10236-013-0631-3
  • Ge, J.,Much, D., Kappenberg, J., Nino, O., Ding, P., & Chen, Z. (2013). Simulating storm flooding maps over HafenCity under present and sea level rise scenarios. Journal of Flood Risk Management. doi:10.1111/jfr3.12054
  • Ge, J., Chen, C., Qi, J., Ding, P., & Beardsley, R. C. (2012). A dike-groyne algorithm in a terrain-following coordinate ocean model (FVCOM): Development, validation and application. Ocean Modelling, 47(C), 26–40. doi:10.1016/j.ocemod.2012.01.006.
  • Zhao, C.; Ge, J., and Ding, P., 2014. Impact of sea level rise on storm surges in the Changjiang Estuary, Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue, No. 66, pp. 7-14. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208
Academic Conference: 
Ge, J., C. Chen, P. Ding, L. Wu, J. Qi and R.C. Beardsley, (2010), A Fully Coupled Wave-Current-Sediment FVCOM Model System: An Application to the Changjiang Estuary (Invited), at the 2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting, 22-26 February, in Portland, Oregon (Paper
Ge, J., Ding. P., Chen. C. and Xue. P., (2008), Low-salinity plume in the Changjiang and adjacent coastal regions: a model-data comparison, 31st International Conference of Coastal Engineering, Sep 1st, 2008, Hamburg, Germany
Ge, J., C. Chen, P. Ding and J. Qi, (2009), Development and Application of A Dyke-Groyne Module with FVCOM: A River-Coast Ocean Engineering Case in the Changjiang Estuary, Sino-Germany Workshop for Coastal Research, Nov. 17 2009, Shanghai, China
Ding, P., J. Ge and C. Chen (2010), Observational and Modeling Studies of the Changjiang Salinity Plume in the Inner East China Sea Shelf, Poster Presentation at the 2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting, 22-26 February, in Portland, Oregon (Paper Number: PO35G-02)
Ge, J., P. Ding, C. Chen, P. Xue and L. Wu, (2010), The East China Sea and Changjiang Estuary FVCOM Model System, The 2010 FVCOM User Workshop in Shanghai, 19-20 April 2010
Ge, J., P. Ding, C. Chen, P. Xue and L. Wu, (2010), The East China Sea and Changjiang Estuary FVCOM Model System, Sino-Germany Workshop for Coastal Research at Geesthacht, Germany, 7-9 June 2010
Ge, J., Ding. P., Chen. C. (2013), An integrated east china sea-changjiang estuary model system with aim at resolving multi-scale regional-shelf-estuarine dynamics,ECSA53-Estuaries and coastal areas in times of intense change, Shanghai
Ge, J., Ding. P., Guo W. (2014), Numerical Simulation of Cohesive Mud Suspension in High-Concentration Tidal Channel of the Changjiang Estuary, The 34th International Conference on Coastal Engineering,Seoul, Korea