Zhu Zhuoyi

Job Title: 
Associate Professor
Research Interests: 
Biomarker
Dissolved oxygen in the water column
Hypoxia
Email: 
zyzhu@sklec.ecnu.edu.cn
Telephone: 
021-62233890
Address: 
Zhongshan N. Road 3663,Shanghai 200062, China

Experience:

1999-2002:
B.S. in Chemistry. Department of Chemistry, East China Normal University,
Thesis: Dissolved inorganic nutrients in Huangpu and Suzhou River, Shanghai: a seasonal and spatial variation.

2002-2007:
Ph D. in Physical Geography. State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University;
Thesis: Hypoxia in the Changjiang estuary and its adjacent area---started with phytoplankton pigments.
Supervisor: Jing Zhang.

2007-2010:
Department of biology, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China
Postdoctor
Supervisor: Xiu-Zhen Li

2010-2013:
State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research (SKLEC), East China Normal University, Shanghai, China.
Assistant Professor

2014-
State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research (SKLEC), East China Normal University, Shanghai, China.
Associate Professor

 

Edited book section (in cooperation with other coauthors):

Wu, Y., Zhu, Z.Y., Bao, H.Y., Gan, S.C. and Zhang, J., 2015. Organic matter and biomarkers of the Changjiang Estuary and East China Sea shelf. In: J. Zhang (Editor), Ecological continuum from the Changjiang (Yangtze River) watersheds to the East China Sea continental margin. Springer, Heidelberg, pp. 119-135.

Zhang, J., Wu, Y., Zhang, G.L. and Zhu, Z.Y., 2014. Carbon biogeochemistry in the continuum of the Changjiang (Yangtze) River watersheds across the East China Sea. In: T. Bianchi, M. Allison and W.J. Cai (Editors), Biogeochemical dynamics at major river-coastal interfaces: Linkages with global change. Cambridge University Press, New York, pp. 237-273.

 

Conferences:

April, 2004: Sixth West Pacific international symposium, oral presentation, title: “Distribution of Particulate Organic Carbon in the PN section of East China Sea”; Hangzhou, China.

Sep. 2007: Second global conference on large marine ecosystem, poster, title: Application of phytoplankton pigments in study of the biogeochemical process of hypoxia in the Changjiang estuary; Qingdao, China

Oct. 2007: IMBER/LOICZ Continental Margins open science conference, poster, title: Phytoplankton pigments distribution and gradients in the sediment of the Changjiang estuary; Shanghai, China

May, 2008: Seventh West Pacific international symposium, oral presentation, title: “Influencing factors of hypoxia in the Changjiang Estuary”; Sabah, Malaysia

Nov. 2011: The 5th China-Japan-Korea IMBER Symposium, oral presentation, title: “Oxygen depletion off the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary”; Shanghai, China

Apr. 2012: General Assembly 2012 of the European Geosciences Union, poster, title: “Particulate organic matter in the northwest East China Sea: Implications from amino acids enantiomers”, Vienna, Austria

 

Other experiences:

August 2008: participating the summer school in Turkey (Analysis of end to end food webs and Biogeochemical Cycles: Training for young marine scientists, 11-16 August 2008, METU, Ankara, Turkey).

Nov.-Dec. 2008: German ANT 25-1 cruises (R/V: Polarstern; from Bermerhaven to Cape town)

May 2011: national 973 project cruise (R/V Shiyan 3) to the whole East China Sea (Chief scientist)

Aug., 2012: Arctic investigation to the Kings Bay and Ny-Alsund (Svalbard, Norway)

Other field work: participating cruises (China seas and river drainage basins) for more than 25 times

Teaching: 
Marine Organic Geochemistry
Paper: 
Zhu, J.R., Zhu, Z.Y., Lin, J., Wu, H. and Zhang, J., 2015. Distribution of hypoxia and pycnocline off the Changjiang Estuary, China. Journal of Marine Systems: in press.
Zhu, Z.-Y., Liu, S.-M., Wu, Y., Li, Y., Zhang, J. and Hu, J., 2015. Phytoplankton Dynamics and Its Further Implication for Particulate Organic Carbon in Surface Waters of a Tropical/Subtropical Estuary. Estuaries and Coasts, 38(3): 905-916.
Gašparović, B., Frka, S., Koch, B.P., Zhu, Z.Y., Bracher, A., Lechtenfeld, O.J., Neogi, S.B., Lara, R.J. and Kattner, G., 2014. Factors influencing particulate lipid production in the East Atlantic Ocean. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers(89): 56-67.
Zhu, Z.Y., Wu, Y., Zhang, J., Dittmar, T., Li, Y., Shao, L. and Ji, Q., 2014. Can primary production contribute non-labile organic matter in the sea: Amino acid enantiomers along the coast south of the Changjiang Estuary in May. Journal of Marine Systems, 129: 343-349.
Zhu, Z.Y., Wu, Y., Zhang, J., Du, J.Z. and Zhang, G.S., 2014. Reconstruction of anthropogenic eutrophication in the region off the Changjiang Estuary and central Yellow Sea: From decades to centuries. Continental Shelf Research, 72: 152-162.
Wu, Y., Bao, H.Y., Unger, D., Herbeck, L.S., Zhu, Z.Y., Zhang, J. and Jennerjahn, T.C., 2013. Biogeochemical behavior of organic carbon in a small tropical river and estuary, Hainan, China. Continental Shelf Research, 57: 32-43.
Zhu, Z.Y., Zhang, J., Wu, Y., Zhang, Y.Y., Lin, J. and Liu, S.M., 2011. Hypoxia off the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary: Oxygen depletion and organic matter decomposition. Marine Chemistry, 125(1-4): 108-116.
Yu, H., Wu, Y., Zhang, J., Deng, B. and Zhu, Z.Y., 2011. Impact of extreme drought and the Three Gorges Dam on transport of particulate terrestrial organic carbon in the Changjiang (Yangtze) River. Journal of Geophysical Research, 116: F04029.
Zhu, Z.Y., Ng, W.M., Liu, S.M., Zhang, J., Chen, J.C. and Wu, Y., 2009. Estuarine phytoplankton dynamics and shift of limiting factors: A study in the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary and adjacent area. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 84(3): 393-401.
Zhu, Z.Y., Zhang, J., Wu, Y. and Lin, J., 2006. Bulk particulate organic carbon in the East China Sea: Tidal influence and bottom transport. Progress in Oceanography, 69(1): 37-60.
Zhu, Z.Y., Wu, Y., Zhang, J. and Wei, H., 2005. Spatial and temporal variation of particulate organic carbon in the PN section of East China Sea. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 24(5): 89-99.