NInstitute of Oceanology,Chinese Academy of Sciences
People
Sun Song

2011-05-19

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SUN Song

Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

No.7 Nanhai Road, Qingdao, 266071, China

Phone: +86 532 82898598   

Fax: +86 532 82868008

Email: sunsong@qdio.ac.cn

 Education

-PHD  Marine Ecology, 1994

Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

-MS  Marine Biology, 1985

Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

-BS   Marine Biology, 1982

Shandong College of Oceanology (Ocean University of China)

 

Relevant Professional Experience

2006-2017 Director, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

1998-2006 Deputy Director, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

1995-   Research Professor, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Leading research programs in Marine Zooplankton population dynamics, marine ecology and Antarctic krill biology research

1994-1995  Associate Research Professor, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

1985-1994 Assistant Research Professor, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

1992-1994 Visiting Scholar, Australian Antarctic Division Cooperative research in Antarctic krill biology

1990-1992  Participate the 1990/1991, 1991/1992 Chinese Antarctic Expedition, deputy team leader of the Southern Ocean Expedition

1997-1998 Participate 1997/1997 Chinese Antarctic Expedition, Chief Scientist and team leader of the Southern Ocean Expedition

 

Professional Memberships

·     Vice Chairman of SCOR

·     Chairman of the Marine Ecology Division, China Oceanology & Limnology Society

·     Vice Chairman and Secretary in general of the China Oceanology& Limnology Society

·     Chairman of the China CoML

·     Chairman of the SCOR China

·     SSC member of the CoML (Census of Marine Life)

·     Executive member of the POGO

·     Executive member of the GOOS

·     Full member of the SCOR 115 group

·     Full member of the GLOBEC progress group (Focus 2 Group)

·     Full member of the Panel on New technologies for Observing Marine Life

·     National member of the SCAR biology group

 

Interested Field

Marine Ecology

Zooplankton Population Dynamics

Jellyfish Biology and Ecology

 

Publications

1.     Sun S, Huo Y,Yang B (2010) Zooplankton functional groups on the continental shelf of the yellow sea. Deep-Sea Res Part II 57:1006–1016 (SCI)

2.     Sun Song, Guangtao hang Over-summering Strategy of Calanus sinicus. GLOBEC international newsletter,(2005),11(1): 34.

3.     Sun Song, Pu Xinming and Zhang Yongshan 2009 In vitro iron enrichment experiments in the Prydz Bay, the Southern Ocean: A test of the iron hypothesis. Science in China 52(9):1426-1435 (SCI)

4.     Guangtao Zhang, Song Sun and Fang Zhang 2005 Seasonal variation of reproduction rates and body size of Calanus sinicus in the Southern Yellow Sea. China Journal of Plankton Research 27(2):135-143

5.     Guangtao Zhang, Song Sun, and Bo Yang 2007 Summer reproduction of the planktonic copepod Calanus sinicus in the Yellow Sea: influences of high surface temperature and cold bottom water. Journal of Plankton Research 29 (2):179-186

6.     Jie Li, Song Sun, Chao-lun Li, Zhan Zhang, Zhengcheng Tao 2006 Effects of sing and mixed diatom diets on the reproduction of copepod Calanus sinicus. Acta hydrochim .hydrobiol 34:117-125

7.     Liu H, Sun S (2010) Diel vertical distribution and migration of a euphausiid Euphausia pacific in the Southern Yellow Sea. Deep-Sea Res Part II 57:594–605 (SCI)

8.     Sun X, Sun S, Li C, Zhang G (2008) Seasonal and spatial variation in abundance and egg production of paracalanus parvus (Copepoda:Calanoida)in/out Jiaozhou Bay,China. Est Coast Shelf Sci.79:637-643. (SCI)

9.     Xin Ming Pu, Song Sun, Bo Yang, Peng Ji, Guang-Tao Zhang and Fang Zhang 2004 Life history strategies of Clanus sinicus in the southern Yellow Sea in Summer.Journal of plankton research 26(9):1059-1068

10.   Zhang G T, Sun S, Xu Z L, Zhang Q L (2010) Unexpected Dominance of the Subtropical Copepod Temora turbinata in the Temperate Changjiang River Estuary and Its Possible Causes. Zool Stud 49(4): 492-503 (SCI)

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