Zong-Pei Jiang

Zong-Pei Jiang
Zhejiang University | ZJU · Ocean College

Doctor of Philosophy

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15 Research Items
312 Citations
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Introduction
• Ocean carbon cycle and Ocean acidification • Variations of the carbonate system in various marine environments • Air-sea gas exchange and CO2 flux • Decoupling of physical and biogeochemical processes using observation and model • Development and assessment of sensor technique for marine science
Additional affiliations
May 2014 - present
Zhejiang University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
October 2009 - January 2014
National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
Position
  • PhD
September 2009 - January 2014
University of Southampton
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
October 2009 - January 2014
September 2006 - August 2009
Xiamen University
Field of study
  • Marine Biogeochemistry

Publications

Publications (30)
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Turbulence is one of the ubiquitous aspects of aquatic systems and affects many physical and biological processes. Based on direct velocity measurements and a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation, we characterized the distribution of the turbulent kinetic dissipations rates (ε) in an orbital shaker system within a range of rotation frequen...
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The capacity of CO2 uptake in the Chukchi Sea is particularly sensitive to rapid physical and biological changes. However, scarce field observations pose a challenge in understanding the long-term trend of CO2 uptake capacity on this continental shelf. We adopted a machine-learning-based approach to construct a 17-years (2003–2019) long-term time s...
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The Northeast Pacific coastal ocean, as a typical river-influenced coastal up-welling system, is characterized by significant variability of sea surface partial pressure of carbon dioxide (pCO2 , <200 to >1000 μatm). This study reviewed the pCO2 variability and its underlying controlling mechanism in this highly dynamic region by bringing together...
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The driving mechanisms of submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) in Sanya Bay in the northern South China Sea were investigated using a combination of time‐series observation and modeling, as well as the influences of SGD on the carbonate system of a coastal coral reef. SGD flux, characterized by high variability on flood‐ebb and spring‐neap tidal c...
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The environmental conditions in estuaries display distinct variability along the river-ocean mixing continuum from turbid, eutrophic freshwater to clear, oligotrophic offshore oceanic water. In order to understand the effects of suspended particulate matter (SPM), nutrient, and salinity on phytoplankton growth, this study investigated the response...
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The Changjiang Estuary (CE), two transects along the Andong salt marsh (AD-A and AD-C) south-west of Hangzhou Bay, and three salt marshes on Zhoushan Island (ZS-A, ZS-B and ZS-C) were coastal zones receiving different flow regimes and human activities. In this study, sedimentary P species consisting of exchangeable P (Ex-P), iron P (Fe-P), authigen...
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Sedimentary phosphorus (P) forms are important representatives of P sources and their bioavailability as well as the potential of sediments to release P in water. In this study, surface sediments along a transect of the Changjiang Estuary and two transects along the Andong salt marsh in the southwest of Hangzhou Bay were subjected to the elucidatio...
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Net community production (NCP) in the surface water of the northern Gulf of Mexico (nGOM) and its coupling with the CO2 system were examined during the productive spring season. NCP was estimated using multiple approaches: (1) underway O2 and Ar ratio, (2) oxygen changes during light/dark bottle oxygen incubations, and (3) non-conservative changes...
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Artificial upwelling (AU), as one of the geoengineering tools, has received worldwide attention because of its potential ability to actualize ocean fertilization in a sustainable way. The severe challenges of AU are the design and fabrication of a technologically robust device with structural longevity that can maintain the function in the variable...
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High‐accuracy spectrophotometric pH measurements were taken during a summer cruise to study the pH dynamics and its controlling mechanisms in the northern Gulf of Mexico in hypoxia season. Using the recently available dissociation constants of the purified m‐cresol purple (Douglas & Byrne, 2017, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marchem.2017.10.001; Müller...
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Knowledge of the surface ocean dynamics and the underlying controlling mechanisms is critical to understand the natural variability of the ocean and to predict its future response to climate change. In this paper, we highlight the potential use of Volunteer Observing Ship (VOS), as carrier for automatic underway measuring system and as platform for...
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A satellite-based semi-mechanistic model was developed to estimate the sea surface partial pressure of CO2 (pCO2) on the river-dominated Louisiana Continental Shelf (LCS) in summer months using satellite-derived products including chlorophyll-a concentration (Chl-a_sat), sea surface salinity (SSS_sat), and sea surface temperature (SST_sat). The mod...
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Net community production (NCP) in the surface mixed layer of the northern Gulf of Mexico (nGOM) and its coupling with the CO2 system were examined during the productive spring season. NCP was estimated using multiple approaches: (1) underway O2 and Ar ratio, (2) light/dark bottle oxygen incubations, and (3) non-conservative changes in dissolved ino...
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Lignin oxidation products, δ¹³C values, C/N ratios and particle size were used to investigate the sources, distribution and chemical stability of sedimentary organic matter (OM) along the Andong salt marsh located in the southwestern end of Hangzhou Bay, China. Terrestrial OM was highest at the upper marshes and decreased closer to the sea, and the...
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Lignin-derived phenols, C/N ratios and ratios of refractory to total organic matter were used to study the sources, distribution and diagenesis of sedimentary organic matter along estuary, river bank and salt marsh systems. The Changjiang Estuary showed a higher signal of terrestrial organic matter at the river mouth which decreased farther offshor...
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Artificial upwelling, as a geoengineering tool, has received worldwide attention because it may actualize ocean fertilization in a sustainable way, which could potentially alleviate the pressures on the fish stocks and human-driven climate change in the ocean. We reviewed the current knowledge on the development of an artificial upwelling system an...
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We present high-resolution autonomous measurements of carbon dioxide partial pressure p(CO2) taken in situ at the Porcupine Abyssal Plain sustained Observatory (PAP-SO) in the northeast Atlantic (49° N, 16.5° W; water depth of 4850 m) for the period 2010–2012. Measurements of p(CO2) made at 30 m depth on a sensor frame are compared with other auton...
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We present high-resolution autonomous measurements of carbon dioxide partial pressure p(CO2) taken in situ at the Porcupine Abyssal Plain sustained Observatory (PAP-SO) in the northeast Atlantic (49° N, 16.5° W; water depth of 4850 m) for the period 2010–2012. Measurements of p(CO2) made at 30 m depth on a sensor frame are compared with other auton...
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A key challenge in oceanography is to capture and quantify processes that happen on short time scales, seasonal changes and inter-annual variations. To address this problem the P&O European Ferries Ltd. Ship MV Pride of Bilbao was fitted with a FerryBox from 2002 to 2010 and data returned to NOC in real time providing near continuous measurements b...
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The variability of total alkalinity (TA) and its relationship with salinity in the tropical and subtropical surface ocean were examined using data collected in various marine environments from a ship of opportunity. In the open ocean regions of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Ocean, sea surface TA variability was observed to be mainly controlled b...
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The principle, application, and assessment of the membrane-based ProOceanus CO2-Pro sensor for partial pressure of CO2 (pCO2) are presented. The performance of the sensor is evaluated extensively under field and laboratory conditions by comparing the sensor outputs with direct measurements from calibrated pCO2 measuring systems and the thermodynami...
Thesis
The surface ocean plays an important role in the marine carbon cycle linking the atmosphere and the deep ocean. There are substantial variations in the surface ocean carbonate system in different environments and on various time scales, resulting from the interactions of various physical and biogeochemical processes. In this study, the use of Ships...
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The SNOMS Project (SWIRE NOCS Ocean Monitoring System) is a ground breaking joint research project supported by the Swire Group Trust, the Swire Educational Trust, the China Navigation Company (CNCo) and the Natural Environment Research Council. The project was designed to gather high quality data on concentrations of carbon dioxide in the surface...
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The ocean plays a major role in controlling the concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere. Increasing concentrations of CO2 in the atmosphere are a threat to the stability of the earth’s climate. A better understanding of the controlling role of the ocean will improve predictions of likely future changes in climate and the impact of t...
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Biogeochemical variations of surface water in the Northeast Atlantic (Bay of Biscay) were examined using high-frequency underway measurements combined with monthly sampling of carbon-related variables. The mechanisms controlling seasonal CO2 variability were investigated by distinguishing the contributions of biological and physical processes to th...
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The Swire NOC Monitoring System (SNOMS) has enabled the collection of a global set of surface hydrological and dissolved gas measurements from the MV Pacific Celebes. The data is being used to assess the rate of transfer of carbon dioxide between the atmosphere and the sea in different regions and to assess the forces that control this exchange. Du...
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The Porcupine Abyssal Plain sustained observatory (PAP-SO) in the Northeast Atlantic (498N 16.58W; 4800 m) is the longest running open-ocean multidisciplinary observatory in the oceans around Europe. The site has produced high-resolution datasets integrating environmental and ecologically relevant variables from the surface to the seabed for >20 ye...
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Monthly sampling coupled to continuous underway observation from a ship-of-opportunity (Pride of Bilbao) provides new insights into the relative importance of processes controlling the seasonal to inter-annual variability of the carbonate system around the northwest European continental margin. Total alkalinity (TA) and total dissolved inorganic ca...
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The diurnal to weekly dynamics of carbon and oxygen in two productive tropical-subtropical nearshore shallow water systems were investigated using a combination of time-series observation and modeling. The two sites, Aodi (121.93 degrees E, 25.06 degrees N) and Nanwan (120.85 degrees E, 21.91 degrees N), were characterized by limited freshwater inp...

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