Wu Ying

Job Title: 
Research Interests: 
Marine Organic Geochemistry
Zhongshan N. Road 3663,Shanghai 200062, China
Education Experience: 
1999 Ocean university of Qingdao, PhD
Work Experience: 
1999-2001: Postdoc, East China Normal University
2001-2004: Associate Professor, East China Normal University
2005.1- Professor, East China Normal University
2007.11-2008.4: Guest Investigator, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA
2011.6-2012.1, 2012.8-2013.7: Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (AWI), Germany/Tropical and Ecological Institute (ZMT), Germany, Humboldt Experienced Researcher
as PI
2013-2016, Transport of terrigenous dissolved organic matter and potential impact on environment – take the Changjiang Estuary as example, NSFC
2011-2013, The transport, composition and age of terrigenous organic matter in the Yangtze river – response to basin human activities and natural process, NSFC
2011-2013, Comparison study of hypoxia in the East China Sea and Baltic Sea, The International Cooperation Project of Ministry of Science and Technology
2008-2010, The application of fatty acids and stable isotopes to trace the transfer of material among typical food web in the Changjiang Estuary, NSFC
2005-2007, The New Century Talents Project, Ministry of Education
2005-2007, Records of Hypoxia in sediment cores of the Changjiang Estuary illustrated by pigments , NSFC
2003-2005, Tracing the burial and transport of terrigenous organic matter in the East China Sea by lignin phenols, NSFC
Pradhan U.K., Wu Y., Shirodkar P.V., et al., 2014. Milti-proxy evidence for compositional change of organic matter in the largest tropical (peninsular) river basin of India. Journal of Hydrology, 519: 999-1009.
Wu Y., Eglinton T., Yang L.Y., et al., 2013. Spatial variability in the abundance, composition and age of organic matter in surficial sediments of the East China Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research, Biogeosciences. 118, 1495-1507.
 Wu Y., Bao H. Y., Unger D., et al., 2013.Biogeochemical behavior of organic carbon in a small tropical river and estuary, Hainan, China. Continental Shelf Research. 57:32-43.
Yu H., Wu Y., Zhang J., et al. 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. doi: 10.1029/2011JF2012.
Zhu, Z. Y., Zhang, J., Wu, Y., et al. 2011. Hypoxia off the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary: Oxygen depletion and organic matter decomposition. Marine Chemistry, 125(1-4): 108-116.