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高光  
副教授
Guang Gao
Associate Professor
Tel:0592-2187963
Email:guang.gao@xmu.edu.cn
 
个人履历 Brief CV
  2019.08- Associate Professor in State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science, Xiamen University, China
2016.09- 2019.08 Joint postdoctoral fellow in Xiamen University and Marine Resources Development Institute of Jiangsu, China
2016.06- 2019.07 Associate Professor in Jiangsu Ocean University, China
2012.09-2016.06 PhD in Marine Biology, School of Marine Science and Technology, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, UK
研究方向 Research Interests
  Marine Physiological Ecology; Marine Chemical Ecology
代表性论文 Selected Publications
  1. Gao G, Wu M, Fu Q, Li X, Xu J. A two-stage model with nitrogen and silicon limitation enhances lipid productivity and biodiesel features of the marine bloom-forming diatom Skeletonema costatum. Bioresource Technology. 2019, Jun 27:121717.
2. Gao G, Gao Q, Bao M, Xu J, Li X. Nitrogen availability modulates the effects of ocean acidification on biomass yield and food quality of a marine crop Pyropia yezoensis. Food Chemistry, 2019, 271: 623-629.
3. Gao G, Clare AS, Rose C, Caldwell GS. 2018. Ulva rigida in the future ocean: potential for carbon capture, bioremediation, and biomethane production. Global Change Biology Bioenergy, 2018, 10: 39-51.
4. Gao G, Shi Q, Xu Z, Campbell D A, Wu H. Global warming interacts with ocean acidification to alter PSII function and protection in the diatom Thalassiosira weissflogii. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 2018, 147: 95-103.
5. Gao G, Clare AS, Rose C, Caldwell GS. 2017. Eutrophication and warming-driven green tides (Ulva rigida) are predicted to increase under future climate change scenarios. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 114:439-447.
6. Gao KS§, Xu JT§, Gao G§, Li Y, Hutchins D, Huang BQ, Jin P, Cai XN, Häder DP, Li W, Xu K, Liu N, and Riebesell U. 2012. Rising CO2 and increased light exposure synergistically reduce marine primary productivity. Nature Climate Change. 2: 519-523. § Joint first author