NInstitute of Oceanology,Chinese Academy of Sciences
Song Jinming


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AREA OF INTEREST:  Marine Biogeochemistry

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Qingdao, 266071, Shandong Province,P.R.China
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A senior research professor and tutor of Ph.D, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IOCAS), the professor of Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chief Scientist of project of the Yellow Sea Environment Cooperative Research between China and Korea, the president of Chinese Chemical Society for Oceanology & Liminology, vice president of Chinese Society of Oceanographic Chemistry, vice president of Qingdao Association for Instrumental Analysis.

The award recipient of National Science Foundation for Chinese Outstanding Young Scientists, 100 Talents Project of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), National Award for Youth in Science and Technology, national-level member of New Century Top Talent Project in China, and State Council Special Needs Allowance.

Mainly be engaged in researching on marine biogeochemistry. Pioneered the field of biogeochemistry in the sediment-seawater interface in China, established a set of research methods on marine chemistry of sediment-seawater interface, and proposed new concepts for characterization of surrounding eco-environment of sediment-seawater interface. Up to now, published more than 180 papers.

 Jinming Song, et al. 2008. Biogeochemistry of Carbon in China Seas and Lakes, Science Press, 1-553
 Jinming Song. 2004. Biogeochemistry of China seas, Shandong Science and Technology Press, 1-591
 Jinming Song. 2000. Marine Chemistry in China, China Ocean Press, 1-210
 Jinming Song. 1997. Chemistry of Sediment-Seawater Interface of the China seas, China Ocean Press, 1-222
 Xuegang Li, Huamao Yuan, Ning Li, Jinming Song. 2008. Organic carbon source and burial during the past one hundred years in Jiaozhou Bay, North China. Journal of Environmental Sciences. 20: 551-557
 Xuelu Gao, Jinming Song. Dissolved oxygen and O2 flux across the water-air interface of the Changjiang Estuary in May 2003. Journal of Marine Systems. In Press
 Jicui Dai, Jinming Song, et al. 2007. Environmental changes reflected by sedimentary geochemistry in recent hundred years of Jiaozhou Bay, North China. Environmental Pollution. 145: 656-667
 Peng Zhang, Jinming Song, et al. 2007. PCBs and its coupling with eco-environments in Southern Yellow Sea surface sediments. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 54: 1105-1115
 Huamao Yuan, Jinming Song, et al. 2006. Immunomodulation and antitumor activity of [kappa]-carrageenan oligosaccharides. Cancer Letters. 243: 228-234
 Huamao Yuan, Jinming Song, et al. 2006. Antioxidant activity and cytoprotective effect of [kappa]-carrageenan oligosaccharides and their different derivatives. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. 16: 1329-1334
 Xuegang Li, Jinming Song, et al., 2006. Inorganic carbon of sediments in the Yangtze River Estuary and Jiaozhou Bay. Biogeochemistry. 77: 177-197
 Xuelu Gao, Jinming Song. 2005. Phytoplankton distributions and their relationship with the environment in the Changjiang Estuary, China. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 50: 327-335
 Lv Xiaoxia, Jinming Song, et al. 2005. Geochemical characteristics of nitrogen in the southern Yellow Sea surface sediments. Journal of Marine Systems. 56: 17-27
 Jinming Song et al. 2003. Forms of phosphorus and silicon in the natural grain size surface sediments of the southern Bohai Sea, Chin. J. Oceanol. Limnol., 21(3):286-292
 Jinming Song. 2003. Oceanic iron fertilization: one of strategies for sequestration atmospheric CO2. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 22(1):57-68
 Jinming Song et al. 2002. Nitrogen forms and decomposition of organic carbon in the south Bohai Sea core sediments. Acta Oceanlogica Sinica. 21(1):125-133
 Jinming Song et al., 2002. Biogeochemical processes of phosphorus and silicon in southern Bohai Sea surface sediments, Chin. J. Oceanol. Limnol., 20(4):378-383

 National Key Project for Basic Research of China, The effect of combined-pollution stress on biological resources degradation mechanism in the Chinese coastal Seas, 2007-2011.
 “100 Talents Project” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Marine Chemistry, 2003-2007
 Knowledge Innovation Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Carbon cycle process in the Chinese coastal seas, 2001-2005
 National Science Foundation for Chinese Outstanding, Marine Chemistry, 2000-2003

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