Liu Shihao

Job Title: 
Research Interests: 
Sequence stratigraphy
Seafloor mapping and seabed geomorphology
"From source to sink (S2S)" process
State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University, 500 Dongchuan Rd., Minhang District, Shanghai, China
Education Experience: 
Ocean University of China, Phd in Environmental Science, 2017
University of Texas at Austin, Joint program phd student in Marine Geology and Geophysics, 2015.9 to 2017.4
First Institute of Oceanography, MNR, M.S. in Enironmental Engineering, 2014
Chengdu University of Technology, B.E. in Enironmental Engineering, 2011
Work Experience: 
2019.10 to present, East China Normal University, Associate Professor
2017.9 to 2019.9, First Institute of Oceanography, MNR, Postdoc Investigator
2020.7-2023.6, host the National Natural Science Foundation of Shanghai (Grant NO. 20ZR1416800): Middle- and late-Holocene sediment transportation pattern and its implication for the regional source-to-sink process at the northwestern Bohai Sea.
2018.9-2021.12, host the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant NO. 41806078): Structural and morphological evolution of the subaqueous deltaic complex beneath the northern Bohai Bay since ~6 kyr BP: avulsions and lobe-switching domain.
2018.3-2019.9, host the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (Grant NO. 2018M632601): Subsequence and morphological evolution of the mid- and late- Holocene Yellow River’s subaqueous delta and its significance to the sink-to-source process.
[14] Liu, S.*, Feng, A., Yang, L., Du, J., Yu, Y., Feng, W., Wang, Y.P., 2020. Stratigraphic and three-dimensional morphological evolution of the late Quaternary sequences in the western Bohai Sea, China: controls related to eustasy, high sediment supplies and neotectonics. Marine Geology, 427, doi:  10.1016/j.margeo.2020.106246.
[13] Liu, S.*, Goff, J. A., Feng, A.*, Xia, D., Li, P., Lyu, J., Zhang, Z., Xu, G., 2019. Episodes of tidally-forced swale erosion on the inner shelf interspersed with millennial fluviodeltaic progradational interludes: Insights from northern Bohai Bay, China. Marine Geology, 417, doi: 10.1016/j.margeo.2019.106008.
[12] Liu, S.*, Feng., A., Liu, C., Zheng, Y., Li., P., Zhang, Z., 2019. Seismic stratigraphy and morphology of the Holocene progradational system beneath Bohai Bay, Bohai Sea: lobate evolution of a multi-sourced subaqueous fluviodeltaic complex. Marine Geology, 409, 31-47.
[11] Liu, S. *, Goff, J. A., Flood, R. D., Christensen, B., Jr, J. A. A., 2018. Sorted bedforms off western Long Island, New York, USA: asymmetrical morphology and twelve‐year migration record. Sedimentology, 65, 2202-2222.
[10] Liu, S.*, Goff, J. A., 2018. Lower shoreface seismic stratigraphy and morphology off Fire Island, New York: Evidence for lobate progradation and linear erosion. Continental Shelf Research, 163, 23-34.
[9] Gao, W., Liu, S.*, Liu, J., Xu, Y., Li, P., 2018. The sedimentary facies and dynamic environment of the Diaokou lobe in the modern Huanghe River Delta of China. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 37(11), 40-52.
[8] Liu, S., Goff, J. A. *, Jr, J. A. A., 2017. Seismic morphology and infilling structure of the buried channel system beneath the inner shelf off western Long Island, New York: accessing clues to palaeo-estuarine and coastal processes. Marine Geology, 387, 12-30.
[7] Liu, S., Li, P., Feng, A.*, Zhang, Z., Yu, X., Zhu, Z., 2017. Morphological variation and sediment dynamic in a cape-bay beach with a tidal channel around (Sanshan Dao beach, west coast of Laizhou Bay, China). Indian Journal of Geo-marine Sciences, 46, 847-859.
[6] Liu, S.*, Li, P., Feng, A., Du, J., Gao, W., Xu, Y., Yu, X., Li, P. and Nan, X., 2016. Seismic and core investigation on the modern Yellow River Delta reveals the development of the uppermost fluvial deposits and the subsequent transgression system since the postglacial period. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 128, pp.158-180.
[5] Liu, S.*, Feng, A., Li, P., Du, J., Li, P., Gao, W., 2015. High-resolution grain size distribution and evolution of the sediment-dynamic environment in the modern Yellow River Delta since the Latest Pleistocene. Quaternary Sciences, 35(2), 292-306. (In Chinese with English Abstract)
[4] Liu, S.*, Feng, A., Du, J., Xia, D., Li, P., Xue, Z., Hu, W., Yu, X., 2014. Evolution of the buried channel systems under the modern Yellow River Delta since the Last Glacial Maximum. Quaternary International, 349, pp.327-338.
[3] Liu, S.*, Feng A., Xia, D., Du, J., Hu, W., Li, P., Zhang, Z., 2014. Grain size distribution of surface sediments of two typical headland-bay beaches on western Liaodong Bay, the Bohai Sea and simply analysis of hydrodynamic conditions. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica, 32(5), 76-85. (In Chinese with English Abstract)
[2] Liu, S.*, Feng, A., Du, J., Xia, D., Hu, W., Li, P., 2014. Sediment transport pattern and morphodynamic model of the Sanshan Dao sandy coast area, the east coast of Laizhou Bay. Advances in Marine Science, 32(3), 343-354. (In Chinese with English Abstract)
[1] Liu, S.*, Feng, A., Li, P., Du, J., Hu, W., 2013. Preliminary analysis of the paleo-channels buried shallower than 50 meters in the coastal and offshore areas of the Yellow River Delta. Coastal Engineering, 32(4), 22-30. (In Chinese with English Abstract)
2016-2017, National Scholarship for PhD students
2013-2014, National Scholarship for Master students