Name:  Baodong Wang  Dr. & Professor

Marine Ecology Research Center
First Institute of Oceanography, Ministry of Natural Resources
No. 6 Xianxialing Road, Qingdao, P. R. China 266061


09/2001- 07/2006: Ocean University of China (on the job), Ph. D, Marine Chemistry
09/1985- 07/1988: Ocean University of China, M.Sc, Marine Chemistry
09/1981- 07/1985: Ocean University of China, B.Sc, Marine Chemistry

Working Experience
07/1988- present: First Institute of Oceanography, MNR, Research professor
04/2004- 09/2004: University of Hamburg; Visiting scholar 

Research Interests   
Marine biogeochemistry of biogenic elements; coastal eutrophication; hypoxia; nutrient criteria 

Selected Publications (in English) 
1.Linping Xie, Hanyue Xu, Mming Xin, Baodong Wang* et al. 2021. Regime shifts in trophic status and regional nutrient criteria for the Bohai Bay, China. Marine Pollution Bulletin 170:112674
2.Yujue Wang, Dongyan Liu*, Wupeng Xiao, Peng Zhou, Chongguo Tian, Chuansong Zhang, Jinzhou Du, Hao Guo*, Baodong Wang*. 2021. Coastal eutrophication in China: Trend, sources, and ecological effects. Harmful Algae 107(7):102058
3.Qinsheng Wei, Baodong Wang, Xuelei Zhang et al. 2020. Contribution of the offshore detached Changjiang (Yangtze River) Diluted Water to the formation of hypoxia in summer. Science of The Total Environment 764(C9):142838
4.Linping Xie, Baodong Wang*, Mming Xin et al. 2020. Impacts of coppicing on Tamarix chinensis growth and carbon stocks in coastal wetlands in northern China. Ecological Engineering 147:105760
5.Chengxuan Li, Kan Chen, Xia Sun, Baodong Wang*, Gui-peng Yang*, Yan Li, Lu Liu. 2020. Occurrence, distribution, and sea-air fluxes of volatile halocarbons in the upper ocean off the northern Antarctic Peninsula in summer. Science of The Total Environment 758:143947
6.Linping Xie, Baodong Wang*, Xin Mming et al. 2019. Characteristics of vegetation carbon, nitrogen, and C/N ratio in a Tamarix chinensis coastal wetland of China. CLEAN - Soil Air Water 47(9):1800452
7.Xin Mming, Baodong Wang*, Linping Xie et al. 2019. Long-term changes in nutrient regimes and their ecological effects in the Bohai Sea, China. Marine Pollution Bulletin 146:562-573.
8.Chengxuan Li, Baodong Wang*, Zicheng Wang et al. 2019. Spatial and interannual variability in distributions and cycling of summer biogenic sulfur in the Bering Sea. Geophysical Research Letters 46(2):4816–4825
9.Linping Xie, Baodong Wang*, Xinming Pu et al. 2019. Hydrochemical properties and chemocline of the Sansha Yongle Blue Hole in the South China Sea. Science of The Total Environment 649:1281-1292
10.Qinsheng Wei, Baodong Wang, Qingzhen Yao et al. 2019. Spatiotemporal variations in the summer hypoxia in the Bohai Sea (China) and controlling mechanisms. Marine Pollution Bulletin 138:125-134
11.Baodong Wang, Xin Mming, Qinsheng Wei, Linping Xie. 2018. A historical overview of coastal eutrophication in the China Seas. Marine Pollution Bulletin 136:394-400
12.Qinsheng Wei, Baodong Wang, Qingzhen Yao et al. 2018. Hydro-biogeochemical processes and their implications for Ulva prolifera blooms and expansion in the world's largest green tide occurrence region (Yellow Sea, China). Science of The Total Environment 645:257-266
13.Chengxuan Li, Baodong Wang*, Guipeng Yang, et al. 2017. Occurrence and turnover of biogenic sulfur in the Bering Sea during summer. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 122 (1-2). 10.1002/2017JC013299
14.Baodong Wang, Ming Xin, Xia Sun, Qinsheng Wei, Xuelei Zhang. 2016. Does reduced sediment load contribute to increased outbreaks of harmful algal blooms off the Changjiang Estuary? Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 35(8): 16-21 
15.Xiuping He, Baodong Wang*, Linping Xie, et al. 2016. Effects of Tamarisk shrub on physicochemical properties of soil in coastal wetland of the Bohai Sea. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 35(5): 106-112
16.Qinsheng Wei, Baodong Wang, Zhigang Yu, et al. 2016. Mechanisms leading to the frequent occurrences of hypoxia and a preliminary analysis of the associated acidification off the Changjiang estuary in summer. Science China: Earth Science, 60(2) 
17.Qinsheng Wei, Xiansen Li, Baodong Wang, et al. 2016. Seasonally chemical hydrology and ecological responses in frontal zone of the central southern Yellow Sea. Journal of Sea Research, 112: 1-12
18.Qinsheng Wei, Zhigang Yu, Baodong Wang, et al. 2016. Coupling of the spatial-temporal distributions of nutrients and physical conditions in the southern Yellow Sea. Journal of Marine Systems, 156: 30-45
19.Qinsheng Wei, Zhigang Yu, Baodong Wang, et al. 2016. Offshore detachment of the Changjiang River plume and its ecological impacts in summer. J. Oceanogr., 73(3), 277-294
20.Ming Xin, Deyi Ma, Baodong Wang*. 2015. Chemicohydrographic characteristics of the Yellow Sea Cold Water Mass. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 34(6): 5-11
21.Qinsheng Wei, Baodong Wang, Jianfang Chen, et al. 2015. Recognition on the forming-vanishing process and underlying mechanisms of the hypoxia off the Yangtze River estuary. Science China Earth Sciences, 58(4): 628-648
22.Chengxuan Li, Guipeng Yang, Baodong Wang. 2015. Biological production and spatial variation of dimethylated sulfur compounds and their relation with plankton in the North Yellow Sea. Continental Shelf Research,102: 19-32
23.Qinsheng Wei, Qingzhen Yao, Baodong Wang, et al. 2015. Long-term variation of nutrients in the southern Yellow Sea. Continental Shelf Research,111: 184-196
24.Xudong Qiao, Baodong Wang*, Xia Sun, Kangsheng Liang. 2014. Numerical simulation of nutrient and phytoplankton dynamics in Guangxi coastal bays, China. Journal of Ocean University of China, 13 (2): 338-346
25.Wang, B., et al. 2012. Annual cycle of hypoxia off the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary. Marine Environmental Research, 77:1-5.
26.Wang, B., Xie, L. and Sun, X. 2011. Water quality in marginal seas off China in the last two decades. International Journal of Oceanography, Vol. 2011, doi:10.1155/2011/731828
27.Wang, B., Wang, Z. 2011. Long-term variations in chlorophyll a and primary productivity in Jiaozhou Bay, China. J. Marine Biology, Vol. 2011, doi:10.1155/2011/594684
28.Wang, B., Xie, L. and Sun, X., 2010. Chapter 7 – Human impacts on the environment of the Changjiang (Yangtze) River estuary. In: Estuaries: Types, Movement Patterns and Climatical Impacts (Edited by Julian R. Crane and Ashton E. Solomon), New York: Nova Science Publishers, pp. 247-262
29.Wang, B. 2009. Hydromorphological mechanisms leading to hypoxia off the Changjiang Estuary. Marine Environmental Research, 67: 53-58
30.Wang, B., Brockmann, U. 2008. Potential impacts of the Three Gorges Dam on the ecosystem of the East China Sea. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 27(1):67-76
31.Wang, X., Wang, B.* 2008. Nutrient composition and distributions in coastal waters impacted by the Changjiang plume. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 27(5):111-125
32.Wang, B., 2007. Assessment of trophic status in the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary. Chinese J. Oceanol. Limnol., 25(3):261-269
33.Wang, B., 2007. Chemical hydrography of the coastal upwelling in the East China Sea. Chinese J. Oceanol. Limnol., 25(1): 16-26
34.Wang, B. 2006. Cultural eutrophication in the Yangtze River plume: history and perspective. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 69: 471-477
35.Wang, B., Chen, A., 2006. Impact of the exceptionally high flood from the Changjiang in the summer of 1998 on the aquatic chemical distributions of the Yellow Sea and East China Sea shelves. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 25(4):43-52
36.Wang, B., Brockmann, U., 2005. On the deduction of equations for the determination of anthropogenic influence for assessment of estuarine trophic status.  Ecological Modelling, 185: 545-548
37.Wang, B., Tu, J., 2005. Biogeochemistry of nutrient elements in the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary. Marine Science Bulletin, 7(2)
38.Wang, B., Wang, X., Zhan, R., 2003. Nutrient condition in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 58: 27-136
39.Wang, B., Shan, B., Zhan, R. 2003. Improvement of the one-dimensional vertical advection-diffusion model in seawater. Chinese J. Oceanol. Limnol, 20(1)
40.Wang, B., Zhan, R., 2003. Molar ratios of C, N, P of particulate matter and their vertical fluxes in the Yellow Sea. Chinese J. Oceanol. Limnol, 20(1)