WANG Xuchen
Release date: 2019-05-12

PhD, Chemical Oceanography, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY. USA (1993)

Postdoctoral  Research Associate, US Brookhaven National Laboratory (1993-1994);  University of California at Irvine, Department of Earth System Sciences  (1994-1997)

Senior Research Scientist, Department of Environmental, Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of Massachusetts Boston (1997-2013)

Gusting Investigator, Department of Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (1998-2001)

Zhu-Feng Chair Professor, Ocean University of China (2013-)

Research  interest: Marine organic geochemistry and biogeochemistry; Carbon  isotope geochemistry; Ocean carbon cycle; Marine environmental organic  geochemistry  

Selected Publications:

1.  Wang, X. C.*, Luo, C.L. Ge, T.T. Xu, C.L. and Xue, Y. J. (2016).  Controls on the sources and cycling of dissolved inorganic carbon in the  Changjiang and Huanghe River estuaries, China: 14C and 13C studies,  Limnology and Oceanography, DOI:10.1002/lno.10301.

2.  Xu, C. L., Xue, Y. J., Qi, Y. Z. and Wang, X. C.*(2016) Quantities and  fluxes of dissolved and particulate black carbon in the Changjiang and  Huanghe Rivers, China. Estuaries and Coasts,  DOI:10.1007/s12237-016-0122-0.

3. T. T.  Ge, X. C. Wang*, J. Zhang, C. L. Luo and Y. J. Xue (2016). Dissolved  Inorganic radiocarbon in the northwest Pacific continental margin.  Radiocarbon, DOI: 10.1017/RDC.2016.23.

4. X. C. Wang*, T. T. Ge, C. L. Xu, Y. J. Xue and C. L. Luo (2015) Carbon isotopic (¹C and ¹³C)  characterization of fossil-fuel derived dissolved organic carbon in wet  precipitation in Shandong Province, China. Journal of Atmospheric  Chemistry, 73, 207-221. DOI: 10.1007/s10874-015-9323-3

5.  H. N. Schiebel, X. C. Wang, R. F. Chen and F. Peri (2015).  Photochemical release of dissolved organic matter from resuspended salt  marsh sediments. Estuaries and Coasts38(5), 1692-1705.

6.  X.C. Wang, R. F. Chen, J. E. Cable and J. Cherrier (2014). Leaching and  degradation of dissolved organic matter from salt marsh plants and  seagrasses. Aquatic Sciences, 76, 595-609. DOI:  10.1007/s00027-014-0357-4.

7. X-C.  Wang, H. Ma, R. Li, Z. Song, and J. Wu, (2012) Seasonal fluxes and  source variation of organic carbon transported by two major Chinese  Rivers: The Yellow River and Changjiang (Yangtze) River. Global  Biogeochemical Cycles. doi:10.1029/2011GB004130.

8.  Wang X. C., A. M. Altabet, J. Callahan and R. F. Chen (2004) Stable  carbon and nitrogen isotopic compositions of organic compound classes in  high molecular weight dissolved organic matter from four U.S.  estuaries. Geochimicaet CosmochimicaActa,68, 2681-2691.

9.  Wang X. C., R. F. Chen, J. Whelan and L. Eglinton (2001) Contribution  of “old” carbon from natural marine hydrocarbon seeps to sedimentary and  dissolved organic carbon pools in the Gulf of Mexico. Geophysical  Research Letters, 28, 3313-3316.

10.  Wang X. C., E. Druffel, S. Griffin, C. Lee and M. Kashgarian (1998).  Radiocarbon studies of organic compound classes in plankton and sediment  of the Northeast Pacific Ocean. GeochimicaetCosmochimicaActa, 62, 1365 -  1378.