Zhang Guosen

Job Title: 
Zhongshan N. Road 3663,Shanghai 200062, China
Education Experience: 
1997.9 - 2001.7: Department of Marine Chemistry, Ocean University of Qingdao, B.Sc. of Marine Chemistry;
2001.9 - 2004.6: Department of Marine Chemistry, Ocean University of China, M.Sc. of Marine Chemistry;
Work Experience: 
2004.7 – : State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University, technician
Academic Exchange: 
2007/11-2008/01, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (NIOO-KNAW)
2009/11-12, Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Ecology, Germany
1. J. Zhang, G. S. Zhang, S.M. Liu and H.T. Chen. Dissolved silicate in coastal marine rainwaters: Comparison between the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea on the impact and potential link with primary production, Journal of Geophysical Research, 2005, 110, D16304,doi:10.1029/2004JD005411
2. Liu Changling, Zhang Guosen, Ren Hongbo, Chen Hongtao. Distribution of heavy metals and nutrients in rainwater in coastal regions between the South Yellow Sea and the East China Sea. Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, 2005, 23(2): 230-237
3. Liu Su Mei, Zhang Jing, Chen Hong Tao, Zhang Guo Sen. Factors influencing nutrient dynamics in the europhic Jiaozhou Bay, North China. Progress in Oceanography, 2005, 66: 66-85
4. Jing Zhang, Su Mei Liu, Xiao Hong Qi, Guo Sen Zhang and Rui Xiang Li. Dissolved silica in the Changjiang (Yangtze River) and adjacent coastal waters of the East China Sea. In: The Silicon Cycle. Human Perturbation and Impacts on Aquatic System. Edited by Venagopalan Ittekkot, Daniela Unger, Christoph Humborg, Nguyen Tac An. Island Press, 2006, 71-80
5. Zhang G.S., Zhang J. and Liu S.M. Chemical composition of atmospheric wet depositions from the Yellow Sea and East China Sea. Atmospheric Research, 2007, 85: 84-97
6. Zhang G.S., Zhang J. and Liu S.M. Characterization of nutrients in the atmospheric wet and dry deposition observed at the two monitoring sites over Yellow Sea and East China Sea. Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry, 2007, 57: 41-57
7. X. Shang, G.S. Zhang and J. Zhang. Relative importance of vascular plants and algal production in the food web of a Spartina-invaded salt marsh in the Yangtze River estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2008, 367: 93-107
8. Su Mei Liu, Xi Wen Ye, Jing Zhang, Guo Sen Zhang and Ying Wu. The silicon balance in Jiaozhou Bay, North China. Journal of Marine Systems, 2008, 74: 639-648
9. Han Jun, Wei Hao, Zhao Liang, Shi Yao, Shi Jie, Zhang Guosen. The effects of horizontal advection on the spring bloom of phytoplankton in the central Southern Huanghai Sea, Acta Oceanologica Sicica, 2011, 30: 24-31
10. J. Zhang, G. S. Zhang, Y. F. Bi and S.M. Liu. Nitrogen Species in Rainwater and Aerosols of the Yellow and East China Seas Effects of the East Asian Monsoon and Anthropogenic Emissions and Relevance for the NW Pacific Ocean, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2011, 25, doi:10.1029/2010GB003896
11. Tao Ji, Jinzhou Du , Willard S. Moore, Guosen Zhang, Ni Su, Jing Zhang. Nutrient inputs to a Lagoon through submarine groundwater discharge: The case of Laoye Lagoon, Hainan, China. Journal of Marine Systems, 2013, 111-112, 253-262