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中文简历

Liyang Yang

Professional Ranks and Titles Associate Professor
Position
Research Interests Environmental Chemistry; Carbon Cycle; Biogeochemistry; Organic Geochemistry
Address Room 405, South Building of Environment and Resource College
E-mail yangly@fzu.edu.cn
Telephone (+86)0591-2286086

Biograhpy

Dr. Yang's research is mainly focused on the biogeochemistry and environmental effects of organic matter in aquatic environments. He is interested in exploring: (1) the effects of human disturbances and watershed processes on the river-estuary-coastal ocean organic geochemistry, and (2) the role of organic matter in the aquatic ecosystem function, the water-atmosphere CO2 exchange and the water quality.
He is a peer-reviewer for several international journals such as Water Research, Chemosphere, Journal of Geophysical Research, Science of the Total Environment, Environmental Pollution, Marine Chemistry, Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, Continental Shelf Research, Forest Ecology and Management. He is an "Outstanding Reviewer" for Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science in 2015, and is an "Excellent Reviewer" for Chemosphere in 2016.

Education

2009.9-2012.7 Ph.D. Environmental Science, Xiamen University, China
2010.7-12 Visiting Student Oceanography, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
2006.9-2009.7 M.Sc. Chemical Oceanography, East China Normal University, China
2002.9-2006.7 B.Sc. Chemical Oceanography, Xiamen University, China

Experience

2015.7-present, Associate Professor, Fuzhou University, China
2012.11-2015.5, Postdoctoral Researcher, Xiamen University, China
2013.11-2014.10, BK21 Postdoctoral Researcher, Sejong University, South Korea
2013.1-7, NSC Postdoctoral Researcher, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan

Teaching

Polymer Materials, Environmental Analytical Techniques

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Journal Publications

• Yang L.Y., Zhuang W.-E., Chen C.-T.A., Wang B.-J., Kuo F.-W. Unveiling the transformation and bioavailability of dissolved organic matter in contrasting hydrothermal vents using fluorescence EEM-PARAFAC. Water Research, 2017, 111: 195-203.
• Derrien M., Yang L.Y.,  Hur J. Lipid biomarkers and spectroscopic indices for identifying organic matter sources in aquatic environments: A review. Water Research, 2017, 112: 58-71.
• Yang L.Y., Chen C.-T. A., Lui H.-K., Zhuang W.E., Wang B.-J. Effects of microbial transformation on dissolved organic matter in the east Taiwan Strait and implications for carbon and nutrient cycling. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2016, 180: 59–68.
• Yang L.Y., Hur J., Zhuang W.E. Occurrence and behaviors of fluorescence EEM-PARAFAC components in drinking water and wastewater treatment systems and their applications: a review. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2015, 22: 6500-6510.
• Yang L.Y., Hur J., Lee S.M., Chang S.-W., Shin H.-S. Dynamics of dissolved organic matter during four storm events in two forest streams: source, export, and implications for harmful disinfection byproduct formation. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2015, 22: 9173-9183.
• Yang L.Y., Chen C.-T. A., Hong H.S., Chang Y.-C., Lui H.-K. Mixing behavior and bioavailability of dissolved organic matter in two contrasting subterranean estuaries as revealed by fluorescence spectroscopy and parallel factor analysis. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2015, 166: 161-169.
• Yang L.Y., Chang S.-W., Shin H.-S., Hur J. Tracking the evolution of stream DOM source during storm events using end member mixing analysis based on DOM quality. Journal of Hydrology, 2015, 523: 333-341.
• Yang L.Y., Han D.H., Lee B.M., Hur J. Characterizing treated wastewaters of different industries using clustered fluorescence EEM–PARAFAC and FT-IR spectroscopy: Implications for downstream impact and source identification. Chemosphere, 2015, 127: 222-228.
• Yang L.Y., Kim D., Uzun H., Karanfil T., Hur J. Assessing trihalomethanes (THMs) and N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) formation potentials in drinking water treatment plants using fluorescence spectroscopy and parallel factor analysis. Chemosphere, 2015, 121: 84-91.
• Yang L.Y., Choi J.H., Hur J. Benthic flux of dissolved organic matter from lake sediment at different redox conditions and the possible effects of biogeochemical processes. Water Research, 2014, 61, 97-107.
• Yang L.Y., Hur J. Critical evaluation of spectroscopic indices for organic matter source tracing via end member mixing analysis based on two contrasting sources. Water Research, 2014, 59: 80-89.
• Yang L.Y., Shin H.-S., Hur J. Estimating the concentration and biodegradability of organic matter in 22 wastewater treatment plants using fluorescence excitation emission matrices and parallel factor analysis. Sensors, 2014, 14: 1771-1786.
• Guo W.D., Yang L.Y., Zhai W.D., Chen W.Z., Osburn C.L., Huang X., Li Y. Runoff-mediated seasonal oscillation in the dynamics of dissolved organic matter in different branches of a large bifurcated estuary - the Changjiang Estuary. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 2014, 119(5), 776–793.
• Yi Y.Y., Zheng A.R., Guo W.D., Yang L.Y., Chen D. Optical properties of estuarine dissolved organic matter isolated using cross flow ultrafiltration. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 2014, 33(4): 22-29.
• Yang L.Y., Hong H.S., Chen C.-T. A., Guo, W.D., Huang, T.-H. Chromophoric dissolved organic matter in the estuaries of populated and mountainous Taiwan. Marine Chemistry, 2013, 157: 12-23.
• Yang L.Y., Guo W.D., Hong H.S., Wang G.Z. Non-conservative behaviors of chromophoric dissolved organic matter in a turbid estuary: roles of multiple biogeochemical processes. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2013, 133: 285-292.
• Yang L.Y., Guo W.D., Chen N.W., Hong H.S., Huang, J.L., Xu, J., Huang, S.Y. Influence of a summer storm event on the flux and composition of dissolved organic matter in a subtropical river, southeastern China. Applied Geochemistry, 2013, 28: 164-171.
• Wu Y., Eglinton T., Yang L.Y., Deng B., Montluçon D., Zhang J. Spatial variability in the abundance, composition and age of organic matter in surficial sediments of the East China Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 2013, 118: 1495–1507.
• Yang L.Y., Hong H.S., Guo W.D., Chen C.-T. A., Pan P.-I., Feng C.-C. Absorption and fluorescence of dissolved organic matter in submarine hydrothermal vents off NE Taiwan. Marine Chemistry, 2012, 128-129: 64-71. 
• Yang L.Y., Hong H.S., Guo W.D., Huang J.L., Li Q.S., Yu X.X. Effects of changing land use on dissolved organic matter in a subtropical river watershed, southeast China. Regional Environmental Change, 2012, 12: 145-151.
• Hong H.S., Yang L.Y., Guo W.D., Wang F.L., Yu X.X. Characterization of dissolved organic matter under contrasting hydrologic regimes in a subtropical watershed using PARAFAC model. Biogeochemistry, 2012, 109: 163-174.
• Guo W.D., Yang L.Y., Yu X.X., Zhai W.D., Hong H.S. Photo-production of dissolved inorganic carbon from dissolved organic matter in contrasting coastal waters in the southwestern Taiwan Strait, China. Journal of Environmental Sciences. 2012, 24: 1181-1188.
• Yang L.Y., Wu Y., Zhang J., Liu, S. M., Deng, B. Burial of terrestrial and marine organic carbon in Jiaozhou Bay: different responses to urbanization. Regional Environmental Change, 2011, 11: 707-714.
• Guo W.D., Yang L.Y., Hong H.S., Stedmon C.A., Wang F.L., Xu J., Xie Y.Y. Assessing the dynamics of chromophoric dissolved organic matter in a subtropical estuary using parallel factor analysis. Marine Chemistry, 2011, 124: 125-133.
• Guo W.D., Yang L.Y., Wang F.L., Chen W.Z., Wang X.H., Hong H.S., 2011. Parallel factor analysis for excitation emission matrix fluorescence spectroscopy of dissolved organic matter from a reservoir-type river. Spectroscopy and Spectral Analysis, 31(2): 427-430 (in Chinese with English abstract)
• Yang L.Y., Wu Y., Huang J.H., Zhang G.S., Zhang J., 2009. Lignin characteristics in a peat core of Lake Dajiu. Geochimica, 38(2): 133-139 (in Chinese with English abstract)
• Yang L.Y., Wu Y., Zhang J., Yu H., Zhang G.S., Zhu Z.Y., 2008. Distribution of lignin and sources of organic matter in surface sediments from the adjacent area of the Changjiang Estuary in China. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 30(5): 35-42 (in Chinese with English abstract)