2011-present, Professor, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2001-2010, Associate Professor, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1999-2001, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2012.05-2012.11, Visiting Scholar, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
2006.05-2006.08, Visiting Scholar, University of East Anglia, UK
Ph.D., 1999, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China.
M.S., 1996, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China.
B.S. , 1993, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China.
Sediment dynamics, shelf circulation and material flux
1. Yan, X., D. Kang, E.N. Curchitser, and C. Pang, 2019: Energetics of Eddy–Mean Flow Interactions along the Western Boundary Currents in the North Pacific. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 49, 789–810, https://doi.org/10.1175/JPO-D-18-0201.1
2. Liu Hongwei, Zhang Qilong*, Pang Chongguang, Duan Yongliang, Xu Jianping. The seasonal variation of the North Pacific Meridional Overturning Circulation heat transport. Journal of Oceanology and Limnology. 2019, 37(2): 423-433.
3. Liu Hongwei*, Zhang Qilong, Pang Chongguang, Cai Rongshuo, Qi Qinghua, Zheng Dongmei. Spatial-temporal Variations and Mechanisms of the Upper Ocean Heat Content in the South China Sea. Pure and Applied Geophysics. 2019. 176: 1847-1861.
4. Liu Zhiliang, Pang Chongguang. The Rhines effect on the geographical characteristics of altimeter-observed eddies. Acta Oceanol. Sin., 2017(36):10-14.
5. Pang, C.G., Li, K., Hu, D.X., 2016. Net accumulation of suspended sediment and its seasonal variability dominated by shelf circulation in the Yellow and East China Seas. Mar. Geol. 371, 33–43.
6. Yan Xiaomei, Xiao-Hua Zhu, Chongguang Pang, and Linlin Zhang, 2016, Effects of mesoscale eddies on the volume transport and branch pattern of the Kuroshio east of Taiwan, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 121(10),7683-7700, doi:10.1002/2016JC012038.
7. Wang S., Z. Liu, and C. Pang，H. Liu. (2016). The decadally modulating eddy field in the upstream Kurishio Extension and its related mechanisms, Acta Oceanologica Sinica, doi:10.1007/s13131-015-0741-5.
8. Wang S., Z. Liu, and C. Pang. (2015). Geographical distribution and anisotropy of the inverse kinetic energy cascade, and its role in the eddy equilibrium processes, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, doi:10.1002/ 2014JC010476 .
9. Pang C. G, L. Q. Liu, and K. Li. 2014. Numerical prediction on the scour burial of cylinder object freely resting on the sandy seabed in the East China Sea using the DRAMBUIE model. International Journal of Sediment Research, 29(4): 509-517.
10. Pang C. G, L. Q. Liu. 2014. Variability of sand mobility surrounding cylinder object freely resting on the seabed under the action of Typhoon. International Journal of Geosciences, 5: 690-699.
11. Liu L. Q, C. G. Pang*. 2014. Numerical study on seabed scour processes surrounding settling objects under the effect of typhoon. Journal of Sediment Research, 3: 20-27 (in Chinese).
12. Pang C. G, X. H. Lian, J. C. Yu. 2014. Ocean application of underwater glider. Marine Sciences, 38(4): 96-100 (in Chinese).
13. Lian X. H, C. G. Pang*, S. Gao. 2014. Two schemes on assimilation with ARGO data obtained from the west Pacific. Marine Sciences, 38(10): 17-25 (in Chinese).
14. Pang C. G, K. Li, W. Yu. 2014. Distribution characteristics, seasonal variability and dynamical mechanism of suspended sediment in the surface layer of the Bohai Sea. Advances in Marine Science，32(4): 450-458 (in Chinese).
15. Pang C. G, K. Li, W. Yu. 2014. Seasonal Transfer and Net Accumulation of Suspended Sediment in the Yellow Sea and East China Sea. Proceedings of the 11th international conference on Hydroscience and Engineering, Hamburg, Germany. 09.28- 10.02, 643-650.
16. Pang C. G, W. Yu. 2013. Spatial modes of suspended sediment concentration in surface water in Bohai Sea and their temporal variations. Advances in Water Science, 24(5): 722-727 (in Chinese).
17. Yang Y, C. G. Pang*. 2012. Suspended sediment sub-front and its seasonal variability in Yellow and East China seas. Journal of Sediment Research, 2: 41-46(in Chinese).
18. Pang C. G, W. Yu, Y. Yang, D. X. Han. 2011. An improved method for evaluating the seasonal variability of total suspended sediment flux field in the Yellow and East China Seas. International Journal of Sediment Research, 26(1): 1-14.
19. Pang C. G, E. B. Zhao, Y. Yang. 2010. Numerical simulation on the process of saltwater intrusion and its impacts on suspended sediment concentration in the Yangtze Estuary. Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, 28(3): 609-618, DOI: 10.1007 /s00343 -010-9254-4.
20. Pang C. G, W. Yu, Y. Yang. 2010. Characteristics and its forming mechanism on grain size distribution of suspended matter at Changjiang Estuary. Environmental Science, 31(3): 618-625 (in Chinese).
21. 13. Pang C. G, Y. Yang, Z. L. Liu. 2010. Transportation pattern of suspended sediment and its forming mechanism in the Yellow and East China seas. Journal of Sediment Research, 3: 24-30 (in Chinese).
22. Pang C. G, Y. J. Wei, E. B. Zhao. 2010. A numerical study on flow patterns and bed elevation evolution around obstacles on seabed. Studia Marina Sinica, 50: 1-10 (in Chinese).
23. Yang Y., C. G. Pang*, Y. Jin, J. J. Zhou. 2010. Experimental study on characteristics of cohesive sediment in north passage of the Changjiang River Estuary. Marine Sciences, 34(1): 18-24 (in Chinese).