Name: Guang Yang Title：Associate Researcher Research Field: Marine Ecology Tel/Fax: 86 0532-82898595 E-mail: email@example.com Resume: 2014/01—present, Associate Researcher, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences 2011/07—2013/12, Junior Scientist, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences Education: PhD, 2011, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China BS, 2006, Shandong University at Weihai, China Research Interests: Zooplankton community; feeding strategy, trophodynamics, ocean acidification, ecophysiology; Selected Publications: Yang Guang, Li Chaolun, Wang Yanqing (2015) The fatty acid compositions in Euphausia superba, Thysanoessa macrura and Euphausia crystallorophias collected from Prydz Bay, Antarctica. Journal of Ocean University of China, in press. Yang Guang, Li Chaolun, Sun Song, Zhang Cuixia, He Qing (2013) Feeding of dominant zooplankton in Prydz Bay, Antarctica, during austral spring/summer: food availability and species responses. Polar Biology, 36(11): 1701-1707. Li Chaolun, Yang Guang, Ning Juan, Sun Jun, Yang Bo, Sun Song (2013) Response of copepod grazing and reproduction to different taxa of spring bloom phytoplankton in the Southern Yellow Sea. Deep Sea Res II 97: 101-108. Ning Juan, Li Chaolun, Yang Guang, Wan Aiyong, Sun Song (2013). Use of RNA:DNA ratios to evaluate the condition and growth of the copepod Calanus sinicus in the Southern Yellow Sea. Deep Sea Res II 97: 109-116. Yang Guang, Li Chaolun, Sun Song (2011) Inter-annual variation of summer zooplankton community structure in Prydz Bay, Antarctica, from 1999 to 2006. Polar Biology, 34(6): 921-932. Yang Guang, Li Chaolun, Sun Song (2011) Population dynamics of four dominant copepods in Prydz Bay, Antarctica, during austral summer from 1999 to 2006. Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, 29(5): 1065-1074. Yang Guang, Li Chaolun, Sun Song (2010) Distribution and abundance of euphausiid larvae and salps during austral summers in Prydz Bay, Antarctica. Chinese Journal of Polar Research, 21(2): 127-136.