杨桂朋教授、博导

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杨桂朋


男,海洋化学博士,本硕博均毕业于中国海洋大学海洋化学专业。中国海洋大学化学化工学院教授、博士生导师,学科带头人。先后担任海洋化学理论与工程技术教育部重点实验室主任、校海洋化学研究所所长、化学化工学院院长。校学术委员会常务委员兼化学化工学院学术分委员会主任。教育部“长江学者”,“国家杰出青年科学基金”获得者,国家重点研发计划项目首席科学家,山东省“泰山学者”,“新世纪百千万人才工程”国家级人选,海洋国家实验室“鳌山人才”卓越科学家,全国优秀科技工作者,享受国务院政府特殊津贴。国家级教学团队(海洋化学课程)负责人,国际Top期刊Marine Pollution Bulletin主编,国际知名期刊Marine ChemistryContinental Shelf ResearchJournal of Oceanology and Liminology副主编,Journal of Ocean University of China编委,《海洋与湖沼》、《中国海洋大学学报》、《盐湖研究》编委,国际SCOR海洋微表层工作组成员,中国海洋湖沼学会常务理事、海洋化学分会副理事长,山东化学化工学会副理事长,中国SOLAS委员会委员。2000-2002年,日本北海道大学地球环境科学学院访问学者、JSPS特别研究员。2003-2004年,加拿大Laval大学访问教授、加拿大SOLAS研究项目特聘研究员。一直从事海洋化学的教学与科研工作。先后为本科生、研究生讲授10门课程。已培养毕业博士和硕士100余人。主持国家杰出青年科学基金、国家级重大、重点、国际合作、面上基金、省部级重大和重点项目等20多项。已发表学术论文470篇,其中在国际高水平期刊上发表SCI论文200余篇,出版学术专著2部。以第一完成人获教育部自然科学一等奖、国家海洋局海洋创新成果一等奖、山东省省级教学成果一等奖等省部级科研和教学奖励7项,各种荣誉称号20余项。在海洋二甲基硫(DMS)、挥发性卤代烃(VHCs)、一氧化碳(CO)、非甲烷烃(NMHCs)等活性气体的生物地球化学及气候效应、海洋界面化学、海洋有机化学、海洋光化学等研究领域成绩突出,在国际同行中有重要影响。
I.
作为负责人主持的主要科研项目:

1.国家重点研发计划项目:中国东部陆架海域生源活性气体的生物地球化学过程及气候效应2586万元

2.国家自然科学基金重点项目中国东海和黄海中挥发性卤代烃的源与汇及其对环境的影响,359万。

3.国家自然科学基金重点项目:中国东海和黄海中生源硫的生产、分布、迁移转化与环境效应,220万元。

4.国家自然科学基金重大国际合作研究项目:海洋酸化对河口近岸生态系和生源活性气体生物地球化学过程的影响330万元

5.海洋国家实验室“鳌山人才”卓越科学家专项:海洋生源活性气体的生物地球化学,240万。

6.国家杰出青年科学基金项目:海洋化学,160万。

7.国家自然科学基金面上项目中国东部陆架海域COSCS2的来源、浓度分布与迁移转化研究。

8.国家自然科学基金面上项目中国东海中二甲基亚砜的生物地球化学过程研究

9.国家自然科学基金面上项目:中国东海和黄海中一氧化碳的浓度分布及其时空变化。

10.国家自然科学基金面上项目海水中挥发性卤代烃的分布、来源及海-气通量研究。

11.国家自然科学基金面上项目海洋中二甲基硫的生物地球化学及海气界面过程研究。

12.国家自然科学基金面上项目海水中无机物质的光化学研究。

13.国家自然科学青年基金项目:海洋有机光化学反应研究。

14.山东省“泰山学者”建设工程专项经费(一期)。

15.山东省“泰山学者”建设工程专项经费(二期)。

16.山东省科技攻关项目:海洋生源活性气体的释放及其对环境的影响。

17.教育部“新世纪优秀人才支持计划”项目:海洋石油污染的光化学降解。

18.教育部重点项目:海洋环境中有害物质的光化学降解研究。

19.教育部项目:海洋石油烃的光化学降解动力学研究。

20.山东省自然科学基金重点项目:胶州湾中挥发性卤代烃的生物地球化学循环。

21.山东省自然科学基金:海水微表层中环境有害物质的光降解模式研究。

II.获奖或荣誉称号情况:

1.教育部“长江学者”特聘教授(2009

2.“国家杰出青年科学基金”获得者(2005

3.“新世纪百千万人才工程”国家级人选(2007

4.山东省首批“泰山学者”特聘教授(2005

5.国务院政府特殊津贴(2010

6.山东省有突出贡献的中青年专家(2009

7.青岛市专业技术拔尖人才(三届)

8.2004年教育部新世纪优秀人才支持计划入选者

9.第五届全国优秀科技工作者(2012

10.第二届山东省优秀研究生导师(2009

11.青岛市优秀教师(2007

12.山东省高等学校学科带头人(2003年确定)

13.教育部自然科学一等奖(2009),第一获奖人

14.国家海洋局创新成果一等奖(2010),第一获奖人

15.第六届山东省省级教学成果一等奖(2009),第一获奖人

16.第七届山东省省级教学成果二等奖(2014),第一获奖人

17.第八届山东省省级教学成果二等奖(2017),第一获奖人

18.国家海洋局科技创新成果二等奖(2005),第一获奖人

19.山东省高校优秀科研成果(自然科学类)一等奖(2005),第一获奖人

III.主要代表性论文

1.Rong Zhu, Gui-Peng Yang*, Hong-Hai Zhang, 2019. Temporal and spatial distributions of carbonyl sulfide, dimethyl sulfide and carbon disulfide in seawater and marine atmosphere of the Changjiang Estuary and its adjacent East China Sea. Limnology and Oceanography 64: 632–649.

2.Shan Jian, Hong-Hai Zhang, Jing Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2018. Spatiotemporal distribution characteristics and environmental control factors of biogenic dimethylated sulfur compounds in the East China Sea during spring and autumn. Limnology and Oceanography 63: S280–S298.

3.Cheng-Xuan Li, Bao-Dong Wang*, Zi-Cheng Wang, Jiang Li, Gui-Peng Yang*, Jian-Fang Chen, Li-Na Lin, Yang Lyu, and Fu Guo, 2019. Spatial and interannual variability in distributions and cycling of summer biogenic sulfur in the Bering Sea. Geophysical Research Letters 46: 4816-4825.

4.Juan Yu, Ji-Yuan Tian, Rui Xu, Zheng-Yu Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Xue-Dan Wang, Jing-Guang Lai, Rong Chen, 2020. Effects of microplastic exposure on ingestion, fecundity, development and dimethylsulfide production in Tigriopus japonicus (Harpacticoida, Copepod). Environmental Pollution 267: 115429.

5.Ze-Ming Zhang, Jing Zhang, Hong-Hai Zhang, Xi-Zhi Shi, Ya-Wen Zou, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2020. Pollution characteristics, spatial variability and potential risks of phthalate esters in the water-sediment system of the Yangtze River estuary and its adjacent East China Sea. Environmental Pollution 265: 114913.

6.Yu Han, Zhen He, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2021. Distributions of volatile halocarbons and impacts of ocean acidification on their production in coastal waters of China. Science of the Total Environment 752: 141756.

7.Shan-Shan Liu, Zhen He, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2020. Bromoform, dibromochloromethane, and dibromomethane above the western Pacific Ocean and the East China Sea during autumn: Atmospheric distributions and oceanic emissions. Chemosphere 257: 127151.

8.Yanfen Zheng, Jinyan Wang, Shun Zhou, Yunhui Zhang, Ji Liu, Chun-Xu Xue, Beth T. Williams, Xiuxiu Zhao, Li Zhao, Xiao-Yu Zhu, Chuang Sun, Hong-Hai Zhang, Tian Xiao, Gui-Peng Yang, Jonathan D. Todd, Xiao-Hua Zhang, 2020. Bacteria are important dimethylsulfoniopropionate producers in marine aphotic and high-pressure environments. Nature Communications 11: 4658.

9.Andrew R. J. Curson, Ji Liu, Ana Bermejo Martínez, Robert T. Green, Yohan Chan, Ornella Carrión, Beth T. Williams, Sheng-Hui Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang, Philip C. Bulman Page, Xiao-Hua Zhang, Jonathan D. Todd, 2017. Dimethylsulfoniopropionate biosynthesis in marine bacteria and identification of the key gene in this process. Nature Microbiology 2: 1-9.

10.Chun-Yang Li, Tian-Di Wei, Sheng-Hui Zhang, Xiu-Lan Chen, Xiang Gao, Peng Wang, Bin-Bin Xie, Hai-Nan Su, Qi-Long Qin, Xi-Ying Zhang, Juan Yu, Hong-Hai Zhang, Bai-Cheng Zhou, Gui-Peng Yang, Yu-Zhong Zhang, 2014. Molecular insight into bacterial cleavage of oceanic dimethylsulfoniopropionate into dimethyl sulfide. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) 111(3): 1026-1031.

11.Jian-Long Li, Sohiko Kameyama, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2020. In-situ measurement of trace isoprene and dimethyl sulfide in seawater and oceanic atmosphere based on room temperature adsorption-thermal desorption. Marine Chemistry 222: 103787.

12.Pei-Feng Li, Gui-Peng Yang*, Chun-Ying Liu, 2020. Combined effects of elevated temperature and pCO2 on the production of DMSP and DMS in the culture of Amphidinium carterae. Journal of Applied Phycology 32: 1063–1074.

13.Chun-Ying Liu, Gao-Bin Xu, Xue Deng, Hong-Hai Zhang, Tao Liu, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2020. Changes in concentrations of biogenic sulfur compounds in coastal waters off Qingdao during the Ulva prolifera bloom. Marine Pollution Bulletin 152: 110940.

14.Haorui Liang, Lina Lyu, Chengjun Sun, Haibing Ding*, Eyal Wurgaft, Guipeng Yang*, 2020. Low-molecular-weight organic acids as important factors impacting on seawater acidification: A case study in the Jiaozhou Bay, China. Science of the Total Environment 727: 138458.

15.Ye Tian, Chao Xue, Chun-Ying Liu*, Gui-Peng Yang*, Pei-Feng Li, Wei-Hua Feng, and Hermann W. Bange, 2019. Nitric oxide (NO) in the Bohai and Yellow Seas. Biogeosciences 16: 4485–4496.

16.Zhen He, Shan-Shan Liu, Jie Ni, Yan Chen, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2019. Spatio-temporal variability and sources of volatile halocarbons in the South Yellow Sea and the East China Sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin 149: 110583.

17.Shan Jian, Hong-Hai Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Guan-Lin Li, 2019. Variation of biogenic dimethylated sulfur compounds in the Changjiang River Estuary and the coastal East China Sea during spring and summer. Journal of Marine Systems 199: 103222.

18.Juan Yu, Ji-Yuan Tian, Z.-Y. Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Hong-Ju, Chen, R. Xu and R. Chen, 2019. Role of Calanus sinicus (Copepoda, Calanoida) on dimethylsulfide and dimethylsulfoniopropionate production in Jiaozhou Bay. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 124: 2481-2498.

19.Yan Li, Zhen He, Gui-Peng Yang*, Hao Wang, Guang-Chao Zhuang, 2019. Distributions of volatile halocarbons in the marine atmosphere and surface seawater of the East China Sea and the South Yellow Sea. Atmospheric Environment 214: 116820.

20.Hong-Hai Zhang, Xiao-Yan Cao*, He Wang, Zhun Ma, Jing Li, Li-Min Zhou, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2019. Effect of black carbon on sorption and desorption of phosphorus onto sediments. Marine Pollution Bulletin 146: 435-441.

21.Jing Zhang, Jing Wang, Guang-Chao Zhuang, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2019. Carbon monoxide cycle in the Bohai Sea and the Yellow Sea: Spatial variability, sea-air exchange and biological consumption in autumn. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 124, 4248-4257.

22.Shan Jian, Jing Zhang, Hong-Hai Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2019. Effects of ocean acidification and short-term light/temperature stress on biogenic dimethylated sulfur compounds cycling in the Changjiang River Estuary. Environmental Chemistry 16(3): 197-211.

23.Xiaoyan Cao, He Wang, Chengfeng Ge, Min Lu, Sumei Liu, Guipeng Yang*, 2019. Evaluation study for phosphorus mobilization-release behavior on different marine sediments: focus on phosphate sorption characteristics. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment; Geoderma. Environmental Chemistry 16: 179-186.

24.Li-Na Lv, Daoming Lu, Chengjun Sun, Haibing Ding*, Liang-Min Yu, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2019. A new software of calculating the pH values of coastal seawater: Considering the effects of low molecular weight organic acids. Marine Chemistry 211: 108-116.

25.Da Yuan, Zhen He, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2019. Spatiotemporal distributions of halocarbons in the marine boundary air and surface seawater of the Changjiang estuary and its adjacent East China Sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin 140: 227-240.

26.Chong-Xiao Ji, Gui-Peng Yang*, Yan Chen, Peng-Yan Zhang, 2019. The distribution, degradation and bioavailability of dissolved organic matter in the East China Sea. Biogeochemistry 142:189–207.

27.Xiao-Yan Cao, Jia-Mei Zhu, Min Lu, Cheng-Feng Ge, Li-Min Zhou, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2019. Phosphorus sorption behavior on sediments in Sanggou Bay related with their compositions by sequential fractionation. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 169: 144-149.

28.Xing Zhai, Jian-Long Li, Hong-Hai Zhang, Dan-Dan Tan, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2019. Spatial distribution and biogeochemical cycling of dimethylated sulfur compounds and methane in the East China Sea during spring. Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans 124, 1074-1090.

29.Sheng-Hui Zhang, Juan Yu, Qiong-Yao Ding, Gui-Peng Yang*, Kun-Shan Gao, Hong-Hai Zhang, Da-Wei Pan, 2018. Effect of elevated pCO2 on trace gas production during an ocean acidification mesocosm experiment. Biogeosciences15: 6649-6658.

30.Li-Min Zhou, Yi Sun, Hong-Hai Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2018. Distribution and characteristics of inorganic nutrients in the surface microlayer and subsurface water of the Bohai and Yellow Seas. Continental Shelf Research 168: 1-10.

31.Qian-Wen Wang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Ze-Ming Zhang, Jing Zhang, 2018. Optimization of sample preparation and chromatography for the determination of perfluoroalkyl acids in sediments from the Yangtze Estuary and East China Sea. Chemosphere 205: 524-530.

32.Ze-Ming Zhang, Hong-Hai Zhang, Ya-Wen Zou, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2018. Distribution and ecotoxicological state of phthalate esters in the sea-surface microlayer, seawater and sediment of the Bohai Sea and the Yellow Sea. Environmental Pollution 240: 235-247.

33.Xing Zhai, Hong-Hai Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Jian-Long Li, Da Yuan, 2018. Distribution and sea-air fluxes of biogenic gases and relationships with phytoplankton and nutrients in the central basin of the South China Sea during summer. Marine Chemistry 200: 33-44.

34.Yan Chen, Gui-Peng Yang*, Chong-Xiao Ji, Hong-Hai Zhang, Peng-Yan Zhang, 2018. Sources and degradation of sedimentary organic matter in the mud belt of the East China Sea: Implications from the enantiomers of amino acids. Organic Geochemistry 116: 51-61.

35.Pei-Feng Li, Gui-Peng Yang*, Jing Zhang, Maurice Levasseur, Chun-Ying Liu, Jing Sun, Wei Yang, 2018. Impacts of elevated pCO2 on trace gas emissions in two microalgae: Phaeocystis globosa and Nitzschia closterium. Environmental Chemistry 14: 425-441.

36.Ze-Ming Zhang, Hong-Hai Zhang, Jing Zhang, Qian-Wen Wang, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2018. Occurrence, distribution, and ecological risks of phthalate esters in the seawater and sediment of Changjiang River Estuary and its adjacent area. Science of the Total Environment 619-620: 93-102.

37.Cheng-Xuan Li, Bao-Dong Wang*, Gui-Peng Yang*, Zi-Cheng Wang, Jian-Fang Chen, and Yang Lyu, 2017. Occurrence and turnover of biogenic sulfur in the Bering Sea during summer. Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans 122(11): 8567–8592.

38.Chun-Ying Liu, Wei-Hua Feng, Ye Tian, Gui-Peng Yang*, Pei-Feng Li, Hermann W. Bange, 2017. Determination of dissolved nitric oxide in coastal waters of the Yellow Sea off Qingdao. Ocean Science 13: 623–632.

39.Qian-Wen Wang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Ze-Ming Zhang, Shan Jian, 2017. Perfluoroalkyl acids in surface sediments of the East China Sea. Environmental Pollution 231: 59-67.

40.Wen-Zhuo Zhu, Gui-Peng Yang*, Hong-Hai Zhang, 2017. Photochemical behavior of dissolved and colloidal organic matter in estuarine and oceanic waters.Science of the Total Environment 607-608: 214-224.

41.Jian-Long Li, Hong-Hai Zhang*, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2017. Distribution and sea-to-air flux of isoprene in the East China Sea and the South Yellow Sea during summer. Chemosphere 178: 291-300.

42.Sheng-Hui Zhang, Jing Sun, Jing-Li Liu, Ning Wang, Hong-Hai Zhang, Xiao-Hua Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2017. Spatial distributions of dimethyl sulfur compounds, DMSP-lyase activity, and phytoplankton community in the East China Sea during fall. Biogeochemistry 133: 59-72.

43.Zhen He, Qiu-Lin Liu, Ying-Jie Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2017. Distribution and sea-to-air fluxes of volatile halocarbons in the Bohai Sea and North Yellow Sea during spring. Science of the Total Environment 584-585: 546-553.

44.Cheng-Xuan Li, Gui-Peng Yang*, Bao-Dong Wang, Zongjun Xu, 2016. Vernal distribution and turnover of dimethylsulfide (DMS) in the surface water of the Yellow Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans 121:7495-7516.

45.Peng-Yan Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Yan Chen, Wei-Song Leng, Chong-Xiao Ji, 2016. Temporal and spatial variations of particulate and dissolved amino acids in the East China Sea. Marine Chemistry 186: 133-144.

46.Yan Chen, Gui-Peng Yang*, Qing-Yan Xia, Guan-Wei Wu, 2016. Enrichment and characterization of dissolved organic matter in the surface microlayer and subsurface water of the South Yellow Sea. Marine Chemistry 182: 1-13.

47.Da Yuan, Gui-Peng Yang*, Zhen He, 2016. Spatio-temporal distributions of chlorofluorocarbons and methyl iodide in the Changjiang (Yangtze River) estuary and its adjacent marine area. Marine Pollution Bulletin 103: 247-259.

48.Yan Chen, Gui-Peng Yang*, Li Liu, Peng-Yan Zhang, Wei-Song Leng, 2016. Sources, behaviors and degradation of dissolved organic matter in the East China Sea. Journal of Marine Systems 155: 84-97.

49.Yan Zhang, Hong-Hai Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Qiu-Lin Liu, 2015. Chemical characteristics and source analysis of aerosol composition over the Bohai Sea and the Yellow Sea in spring and autumn. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 72: 3563-3573.

50.Bin Yang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Xiao-Lan Lu, Li Li, Zhen He, 2015. Distributions and sources of volatile chlorocarbons and bromocarbons in the Yellow Sea and East China Sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin 95: 491-502.

51.Juan Yu, Jiyuan Tian, Guipeng Yang*, 2015. Effects of Harpacticus sp. (Harpacticoida, copepod) grazing on dimethylsulfoniopropionate and dimethylsulfide concentrations in seawater. Journal of Sea Research 99: 17-25.

52.Gui-Peng Yang*, Sheng-Hui Zhang, Hong-Hai Zhang, Jian Yang, Chun-Ying Liu, 2015. Distribution of biogenic sulfur in the Bohai Sea and northern Yellow Sea and its contribution to atmospheric sulphate aerosol in the late fall. Marine Chemistry 169: 23-32.

53.Bao-Zhen Zhao, Gui-Peng Yang*, Huixiang Xie, Xiao-Lan Lu, 2015. Distribution, flux and photoproduction of carbon monoxide in the Bohai and Yellow Seas. Marine Chemistry 168: 104-113.

54.Gui-Peng Yang*, Yi-Zhu Song, Hong-Hai Zhang, Cheng-Xuan Li, Guan-Wei Wu, 2014. Seasonal variation and biogeochemical cycling of dimethylsulfide (DMS) and dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) in the Yellow Sea and Bohai Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 119, 8897-8915.

55.Gui-Peng Yang*, Bin Yang, Xiao-Lan Lu, Haibing Ding, Zhen He, 2014. Spatio-temporal variations of sea surface halocarbon concentrations and fluxes from the southern Yellow Sea. Biogeochemistry 121: 369-388.

56.Sheng-Hui Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Hong-Hai Zhang, Jian Yang, 2014. Spatial variation of biogenic sulfur in the south Yellow Sea and the East China Sea during summer and its contribution to atmospheric sulfate aerosol. Science of the Total Environment 488-489: 157-167.

57.Gui-Peng Yang*, Xin Wang, Hong-Hai Zhang, Chun-Ying Liu, 2014. Temporal and spatial variations of dimethylsulfoxide in the Bohai Sea and the Yellow Sea. Journal of Sea Research 90: 33-43.

58.Qihua Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, 2014. Anatomical selenium speciation in bay scallops by high performance liquid chromatography separation and inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry detection after complete enzymatic hydrolysis of the tissues. Journal of Chromatography A 1325: 83-91.

59.Jing Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Quan Li, Xiaoyan Cao, Guangxin Liu, 2013. Study on sorption behaviour of estrone on marine sediments. Marine Pollution Bulletin 76: 220-226.

60.Zhen He, Gui-Peng Yang*, Xiao-Lan Lu, Qiong-Yao Ding, Hong-Hai Zhang, 2013. Halocarbons in the marine atmosphere and surface seawater of the South Yellow Sea during spring. Atmospheric Environment80: 514-523.

61.Zhen He, Gui-Peng Yang*, Xiao-Lan Lu, Hong-Hai Zhang, 2013. Distributions and sea-to-air fluxes of volatile halocarbons in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea in spring. Environmental Pollution 177: 28-37.

62.Zhen He, Gui-Peng Yang*, Xiao-Lan Lu, 2013. Distributions and sea-to-air fluxes of volatile halocarbons in the East China Sea in early winter. Chemosphere 90: 747-757.

63.Hong-Hai Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Chun-Ying Liu, Lu-Ping Su, 2013. Chemical characteristics of aerosol compositions over the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea in autumn. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 70(6): 1784-1794.

64.Yang Gui-Peng*, Zhuang Guang-Chao, Hong-Hai Zhang, Yuan Dong, Jian Yang, 2012. Distribution of dimethylsulfide and dimethylsulfoniopropionate in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea during spring: spatio-temporal variability and controlling factors. Marine Chemistry 138-139: 21-31.

65.Jie Yang, Gui-Peng Yang *, 2011. Distribution of dissolved and particulate dimethylsulfoxide in the East China Sea in winter. Marine Chemistry 127: 199-209.

66.Gui-Peng Yang*, Haiyan Ding,Xiaoyan Cao, Qiong-Yao Ding, 2011. Sorption behavior of nonylphenol on marine sediments: Effect of temperature, medium, sediment organic carbon and surfactant. Marine Pollution Bulletin 62: 2362-2369.

67.Xiaoyan Cao, Huayu Han, Guipeng Yang*, Xiaofei Gong, Jianning Jing, 2011. The sorption behavior of DDT onto sediment in the presence of surfactant cetyltrimethylammonium bromide. Marine Pollution Bulletin 62: 2370-2376.

68.Gui-Peng Yang*, Hong-Hai Zhang, Li-Min Zhou, Jian Yang, 2011.Temporal and spatial variations of dimethylsulfide (DMS) and dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) in the East China Sea and the Yellow Sea. Continental Shelf Research 31: 1325–1335.

69.Gui-Peng Yang*, Chun-Yan Ren, Xiao-Lan Lu, Chun-Ying Liu, Hai-Bing Ding, 2011.Distribution, flux and photoproduction of carbon monoxide in the East China Sea and the Yellow Sea in spring. Journal of Geophysical Research 116, C02001, doi:10.1029/2010JC006300

70.Gui-Peng Yang*, Xuan Zheng, 2010. Studies on the sorption behaviors of phenanthrene on marine sediments. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 29(10): 2169–2176.

71.Gui-Peng Yang*, Wei-Lei Wang, Xiao-Lan Lu, Chun-Yan Ren, 2010. Distribution, flux and biological consumption of carbon monoxide in the Southern Yellow Sea and the East China Sea. Marine Chemistry 122: 74-82.

72.Xiao-Lan Lu, Gui-Peng Yang*, Gui-Sheng Song, Liang Zhang, 2010. Distributions and fluxes of methyl chloride and methyl bromide in the East China Sea and the Southern Yellow Sea in Autumn. Marine Chemistry 118: 75-84.

73.Chun-Ying Liu, Xiao-Man Yang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Li-Min Zhou, Pei-Feng Li, 2010. Composition and characterization of colloidal organic matter in the coastal surface waters of Qingdao, China. Marine Chemistry 121:123-131.

74.Gui-Peng Yang*, Yan-Ping Zhang, Xiao-Lan Lu, Hai-Bing Ding, 2010. Distributions and seasonal variations of dissolved carbohydrates in Jiaozhou Bay, China. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 88: 12-20.

75.Gui-Peng Yang*, Qiang Chen, Xin-Xin Li, Xiao-Yan Cao, 2010. Study on the sorption behaviors of Tween-80 on marine sediments. Chemosphere 79(11) : 1019-1025.

76.Gui-Peng Yang*, Yan Chen, Xian-Chi Gao, 2009. Distribution of dissolved free amino acids, dissolved inorganic nitrogen and chlorophyll a in the surface microlayer and subsurface water of the Yellow Sea, China. Continental Shelf Research 29 (14): 1737-1747.

77.Gui-Peng Yang*, Maurice Levasseur, Sonia Michaud, Anissa Merzouk, Martine Lizotte, Michael Scarratt, 2009. Distribution of dimethylsulfide (DMS) and dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) and its relation with phytoneuston in the surface microlayer of the western North Atlantic during summer. Biogeochemistry 94: 243-254.

78.Gui-Peng Yang*, Hong-Hai Zhang, Lu-Ping Su, Li-Min Zhou, 2009. Biogenic emission of dimethylsulfide (DMS) from the North Yellow Sea, China and its contribution to sulfate in aerosol during summer. Atmospheric Environment 43: 2196-2203.

79.Hong-Hai Zhang, Gui-Peng Yang*, Tong Zhu, 2008. Distribution and cycling of dimethylsulfide (DMS) and dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) in the sea-surface microlayer of the Yellow Sea, China, in spring. Continental Shelf Research 28 (17): 2417-2427.

80.Gui-Peng Yang*, Wei-Wen Jing, Zhi-Qiang Kang, Hong-Hai Zhang, Gui-Sheng Song, 2008. Spatial variations of dimethylsulfide and dimethylsulfoniopropionate in the surface microlayer and in the subsurface waters of the South China Sea during springtime. Marine Environmental Research 65(1): 85-97.

81.Yang, G.-P.*, Tsunogai, S., Watanabe, S., 2006. Complexation of dimethylsulfide with heavy metal ions in aqueous solutions. Journal of Oceanography 62(4): 473-480.

82.Gui-Peng Yang*, Wei-Wen Jing, Li Li, Zhi-Qiang Kang, Gui-Sheng Song, 2006. Distribution of dimethylsulfide and dimethylsulfoniopropionate in the surface microlayer and subsurface water of the Yellow Sea, China during spring. Journal of Marine Systems 62(1-2): 22-34.

83.Yang G.-P.*, Zhao, X.-K., Sun, X.-J., Lu, X.-L., 2005. Oxidative degradation of diethyl phthalate by the photochemically enhanced Fenton reaction. Journal of Hazardous Materials 126(1-3): 112-118.

84.Yang G.-P.*, Yu-Hui Zhao, Xiao-Lan Lu, and Xian-Chi Gao, 2005. Adsorption of methomyl on marine sediments. Colloids and Surfaces A 264(1-3): 179-186.

85.Yang, G.-P.*, Levasseur, M., Michaud, S., Scarratt, M., 2005. Biogeochemistry of dimethylsulfide (DMS) and dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) in the surface microlayer and subsurface water of the western North Atlantic during spring. Marine Chemistry96(3-4): 315-329.

86.Yang, G.-P.*, Tsunogai, S., 2005.Biogeochemistry of DMS and DMSP in the surface microlayer of the western North Pacific. Deep-Sea Research I. 52(4): 553-567.

87.Yang, G.-P.*, Tsunogai, S., Watanabe, S., 2005. Biogeochemistry of DMSP in the surface microlayer and subsurface seawater of Funka Bay, Japan. Journal of Oceanography 61(1): 69-78.

88.Yang, G.-P.*, Tsunogai, S., Watanabe, S., 2005. Biogenic sulfur distribution and cycling in the surface microlayer and subsurface water of Funka Bay and its adjacent area. Continental Shelf Research 25(4): 557-570.

89.Zhao, X.-K., Yang G.-P.*, Wang, Y.-J.,2004. Adsorption of dimethyl phthalate on marine sediments. Water Air and Soil Pollution 157: 179-192.

90.Zhao, X.-K., Yang G.-P.*, Wang, Y.-J., Gao, X.-C.,2004. Photochemical degradation of dimethyl phthalate by Fenton reagent. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry 161: 215-220.

91.Wu, P., Yang, G.-P.*, Zhao, X.-K., 2003. Sorption behavior of 2,4-dichlorophenol on marine sediment. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 265(2): 251-256.

92.Zhao, X.-K., Yang G.-P.*, Gao, X.-C., 2003. Study on the sorption behaviors of nitrobenzene on marine sediments. Chemosphere 52(5): 917-925.

93.Zhao, X.-K., Yang G.-P.*, 2002. Study on the sorption of 2-naphthol on marine sediments. Colloids and Surfaces A, 211 (2-3): 259-266.

94.Yang G.-P.*, Watanabe, S., Tsunogai, S., 2001. Distribution and cycling of dimethylsulfide in surface microlayer and subsurface seawater. Marine Chemistry 76: 137-153.

95.Zhao, X.-K., Yang G.-P.*, Wu, P., Li, N.-H., 2001. Study on adsorption of chlorobenzene on marine sediments. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 243 (2): 273-279.

96.Yang, G.-P.*, 2000. Spatial distribution of dimethylsulfide in the South China Sea. Deep-Sea Research I. 47: 177-192.

97.Yang, G.-P.*, Zhang, J.-W., Li, L., Qi, J.-L., 2000. Dimethylsulfide in the surface water of the East China Sea. Continental Shelf Research 20: 69-82.

98.Yang, G.-P.*, 2000. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the sediments of the South China Sea. Environmental Pollution 108: 163-171.

99.Yang, G.-P.*, Liu, X.-T., Li, L., Zhang, Z.-B., 1999. Biogeochemistry of dimethylsulfide in the South China Sea. Journal of Marine Research 57 (1): 189-211.

100.Yang, G.-P.*, 1999. Dimethylsulfide enrichment in the surface microlayer of the South China Sea. Marine Chemistry 66: 215–224.

101.Yang, G.-P.*, Liu, X.-L., Zhang, J.-W., 1998. Distribution of dibenzothiophene in the sediments of the South China Sea. Environmental Pollution 101: 405-414.

102.Yang, G.-P.*, Zhang, Z.-B., 1997. Adsorption of dibenzothiophene on marine sediments treated by a sequential procedure. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 192: 398-407.

  

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