教职工信息
赵秧秧     yyzhao@stu.xmu.edu.cn; yangyzhao@ethz.ch
所属课题:Ocean Carbon Cycle (OCG)-无机碳
教育背景
本科(2008-2012) 南京大学 地理与海洋科学学院 海洋科学专业;  
硕士(2012-2015) 南京大学 地理与海洋科学学院 海洋地质专业;  
博士生(2016- ) 厦门大学 海洋与地球学院 海洋化学专业;  
联合培养博士生(2019-) 苏黎世联邦理工学院 环境物理组 海洋生物地球化学  
Bechalor in Oceanography, Nanjing University (2008-2012)  
Master in Marine Geology, Nanjing University (2012-2015)  
PhD candidate in Marine Chemistry, Xiamen University (2016-present)  
Visiting student in Marine Biogeochemistry, Environmental Physics (UP), ETH Zurich (2019-present)  
研究兴趣
河流冲淡水和近岸上升流影响下的无机碳动力过程  
河口陆架区富营养化-缺氧-酸化相互作用下的pH变化过程及机理  
Dynamics of dissolved inorganic carbon under the influence of river plume and/or coastal upwelling  
pH dynamics in coastal waters under the interplay of eutrophication-hypoxia-acidification  
发表论文
Zhao, Y., J. Liu, K. Uthaipan, X. Song, Y. Xu, B. He, H. Liu, J. Gan and M. Dai, 2020. Dynamics of inorganic carbon and pH in a large subtropical continental shelf system: Interaction between eutrophication, hypoxia and ocean acidification. Limnology and Oceanography, doi:10.1002/lno.11393.  
Cao, Z., W. Yang, Y. Zhao, X. Guo, Z. Yin, C. Du, H. Zhao, and M. Dai, 2019. Diagnosis of CO2 dynamics and fluxes in global coastal oceans. National Science Review, doi.org/10.1093/nsr/nwz105.  
Zhao, Y., Q. Yu, D. Wang, Y. P. Wang, Y. Wang, and S. Gao, 2017. Rapid formation of marsh-edge cliffs, Jiangsu coast, China. Marine Geology, 385, 260-273. doi: 10.1016/j.margeo.2017.02.001.  
Zhou, L., S. Gao, J. Gao, Y. Zhao, Z. Han, Y. Yang, and P. Jia, 2017. Reconstructing environmental changes of a coastal lagoon with coral reefs in southeastern Hainan Island. Chinese Geographical Science, 27(3), 402-414.  
Zhou, L., S. Gao, Y. Yang, Y. Zhao, Z. Han, G. Li, P. Jia, and Y. Yin, 2016. Typhoon events recorded in coastal lagoon deposits, southeastern Hainan Island. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 1-9. doi:10.1007/s13131-016-0918-6.  
Gao, S., D. Wang, Y. Yang, L. Zhou, Y. Zhao, W. Gao, Z. Han,Q. Yu, and G. Li, 2015. Holocene sedimentary systems on a broad continental shelf with abundant river input: process-product relationships. In: Clift, P. D., J. Harff, J. Wu, and Q. Yan (eds), River- Dominated Shelf Sediments of East Asian Seas. Geological Society London Special Publications, 429, doi: 10.1114/SP429.4.  
赵秧秧, 高抒, 2015. 台风风暴潮影响下潮滩沉积动力模拟初探: 以江苏如东海岸为例. 沉积学报, 33(1), 79-90.  
赵秧秧, 高抒, 王丹丹, 许振, 朱冬, 王晓枫, 2014. 盐沼前缘陡坎韵律性形态特征及其形成过程与机理. 地理学报, 69(3), 378-39.  
学术交流活动
Poster, 2020 OCEAN-HK Workshop, Guangzhou, China (January, 2020)  
Poster, Symposium on Ocean Circulation, Ecosystem, HypoxiA and CoNsequences, HK, China (June 2019)  
Poster, the 4th Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network (GOA-ON) International Workshop, Hangzhou, China (April 2019)  
Oral presentation, 11th symposium of University Consortium on Aquatic Sciences, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, China (March 2019)  
Oral presentation & Poster, The fourth Xiamen Symposium on Marine Environmental Sciences (XMAS-IV), Xiamen, China (January 2019)  
Poster, Ocean Carbon from Space (SatCO2): Joint Science Workshop and Training (III), Hangzhou, China (November 2018)  
Poster, TRS project: OCEAN-HK Meeting with Stakeholder, HK, China (October 2018)  
Poster, 2018 Goldschmidt Conference, Boston, US (August 2018)  
Oral presentation, 2018 OCEAN-HK Scientific Workshop, HK, China (August 2018)  
Oral presentation, 2018 Annual Meeting of National Key Scientific Research Project, Hangzhou, China (June 2018)  
Oral presentation, 10th symposium of University Consortium on Aquatic Sciences, Dongshan, China (March 2018)  
Poster, Symposium on Ocean Circulation, Ecosystem, HypoxiA and CoNsequences, HK, China (March 2018)  
Oral presentation, 2017 Annual Meeting of National Key Scientific Research Project, Dongshan, China (October 2017)  
Oral presentation, 2nd SCOPE Meeting, Shenzhen, China (September 2017)  
Poster, 2nd MEL Graduate Student Academic Forum, Xiamen, China (June 2017)  
Oral presentation, 19th International Sedimentological Congress, Geneva, Switzerland (August 2014)  
Oral presentation, 5th National Sedimentological Congress, Hangzhou, China (October 2013)  
论文速读
Zhao, Y., J. Liu, K. Uthaipan, X. Song, Y. Xu, B. He, H. Liu, J. Gan and M. Dai, 2020. Dynamics of inorganic carbon and pH in a large subtropical continental shelf system: Interaction between eutrophication, hypoxia and ocean acidification. Limnology and Oceanography, doi:10.1002/lno.11393. Abstract We examined the dynamics of dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) and pH in the Pearl River Estuary (PRE) and the adjacent northern South China Sea (NSCS) shelf in summer, aiming for a better understanding of the interaction between eutrophication, hypoxia and ocean acidification. Using a semi-analytical diagnostic approach based on validated multiple-endmember water mass mixing models, we showed a -191±54 μmol kg-1 deficit in DIC concentrations in an extensive surface plume bulge, corresponding to a significant pH increase of ~0.57±0.19 units relative to conservative mixing. In contrast, DIC additions in the bottom hypoxic zone reached ~139±21 μmol kg-1, accompanied by a decrease in pH of -0.30±0.04 units. In combination with stable carbon isotopic compositions, we found biological production and CO2 outgassing to be responsible for DIC deficits in surface waters, while degradation of organic matter (OM) accounted for DIC additions in bottom waters. The PRE-NSCS plume system as a whole served as a net source of atmospheric CO2 from the perspective of Lagrangian observations, because strong CO2 outgassing in the inner estuary overwhelmed the CO2 uptake in the plume despite strong phytoplankton blooms. Using a two-layer box model, we further estimated that at least ~45±13% of eutrophication-driven OM production in the surface plume accounted for 67±18% of the DIC addition and oxygen consumption in bottom waters. Eutrophication also buffered ocean acidification in surface waters while hypoxia enhanced it in bottom waters, but their effects on acid-base buffering capacity were secondary to the amplification of coastal ocean acidification caused by freshwater inputs.  
论文下载
Zhao, Y., J. Liu, K. Uthaipan, X. Song, Y. Xu, B. He, H. Liu, J. Gan and M. Dai, 2020. Dynamics of inorganic carbon and pH in a large subtropical continental shelf system: Interaction between eutrophication, hypoxia and ocean acidification. Limnology and Oceanography, doi:10.1002/lno.11393.
Cao, Z., W. Yang, Y. Zhao, X. Guo, Z. Yin, C. Du, H. Zhao, and M. Dai, 2019. Diagnosis of CO2 dynamics and fluxes in global coastal oceans. National Science Review, doi.org/10.1093/nsr/nwz105.
Zhao, Y., Q. Yu, D. Wang, Y. P. Wang, Y. Wang, and S. Gao, 2017. Rapid formation of marsh-edge cliffs, Jiangsu coast, China. Marine Geology, 385, 260-273.doi: 10.1016/j.margeo.2017.02.001.
Zhou, L., S. Gao, J. Gao, Y. Zhao, Z. Han, Y. Yang, and P. Jia, 2017. Reconstructing environmental changes of a coastal lagoon with coral reefs in southeastern Hainan Island. Chinese Geographical Science, 27(3), 402-414.
Zhou, L., S. Gao, Y. Yang, Y. Zhao, Z. Han, G. Li, P. Jia, and Y. Yin, 2016. Typhoon events recorded in coastal lagoon deposits, southeastern Hainan Island. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 1-9.
Gao, S., D. Wang, Y. Yang, L. Zhou, Y. Zhao, W. Gao, Z. Han, Q. Yu, and G. Li, 2015. Holocene sedimentary systems on a broad continental shelf with abundant river input: process-product relationships. In: Clift, P. D., Harff, J., Wu, J., Yan, Q. (eds), River- Dominated Shelf Sediments of East Asian Seas. Geological Society London Special Publications, 429, doi: 10.1114/SP429.4
赵秧秧, 高抒, 2015. 台风风暴潮影响下潮滩沉积动力模拟初探: 以江苏如东海岸为例. 沉积学报, 33(1), 79-90.
赵秧秧, 高抒, 王丹丹, 许振, 朱冬, 王晓枫, 2014. 盐沼前缘陡坎韵律性形态特征及其形成过程与机理. 地理学报, 69(3), 378-39.
 
Yangyang Zhao currently studies at Environmental Physics (UP) group in ETH Zurich as a visiting student for the joint PhD program. He does research in coastal carbon cycles and coastal hypoxia/acidification affected by river plumes and coastal upwelling. Their current project is 'Diagnosis and prognosis of intensifying eutrophication, hypoxia and the ecosystem consequences around Hong Kong waters: coupled physical-biogeochemical-pollution studies. Sub-theme No.1 Sources and sinks of nutrients and their biogeochemical controls'.