Name: Jianxing Liu

Laboratory of Marine Sedimentology and Environmental Geology
First Institute of Oceanography, Ministry of Natural Resources
No. 6 Xianxialing Road, Qingdao, P. R. China 266061


09/2012-06/2015: Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Doctor Degree of Marine Geology;
09/2009-06/2012: First Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, Master Degree of Marine Geology;
09/2005-06/2009: Shandong University of Science of Technology, Bachelor Degree of Geology.

Working Experience
02/2018-Present: Research Assistant in the FIO;
08/2015-01/2018: Postdoctor in the FIO.

Research Interests
Paleomagnetism, Rock magnetism, Environmental magnetism of marine sediments.

Research Projects
1. China Postdoctoral Science Foundation. The remanence recording mechanism of greigite in continental shelf sediments. 50,000 CNY, 05/2016-05/2018;
2. Natural Science Foundation of Shandong Province. High-resolution environmental magnetism of the Yellow Sea in the Quaternary. 80,000 CNY, 11/2016-11/2018;
3. Basic Scientific Foundation for National Public Research Institute of China. Rock magnetism and high-resolution magnetostratigraphy of the outer continental shelf in the East China Sea. 400,000 CNY, 06/2016-06-2019;
4. National Natural Science Foundation of China. Magnetostratigraphic chronology of the outer continental shelf in the East China sea and its paleoenvironmental. 210,000 CNY, 01/2017-12/2019.

1. Liu, J.X., Liu, Q.S., Zhang, X.H., Liu, J., Wu, Z.Q., Mei, X., Shi, X.F., Zhao, Q.H., 2016. Magnetostratigraphy of a long Quaternary sediment core in the South Yellow Sea. Quaternary Science Reviews, 144, 1-15.
2. Liu, J.X., Shi, X.F., Liu, Q.S., Ge, S.L., Liu, Y.G., Yao, Z.Q., Zhao, Q.H., Jin, C.S., Jiang, Z.X., Liu, S.F., Qiao, S.Q., Li, X.Y., Li, C.S., Wang, C.J., 2014. Magnetostratigraphy of a greigite-bearing core from the South Yellow Sea: Implications for remagnetization and sedimentation. Journal of Geophysical Research,119, 7425–7441.
3. Liu, J.X., Mei, X., Shi, X.F., Liu, Q.S., Liu, Y.G., Ge, S.L., 2018. Formation and preservation of greigite (Fe3S4) in a thick sediment layer from the central South Yellow Sea. Geophysical Journal International, 213: 135-146.
4. Liu, J.X., Shi, X.F., Ge, S.L., et al., 2014. Identification of the thick-layer greigite in sediments of the South Yellow Sea and its geological significances. Chinese Science Bulletin, 59: 2764-2775.
5. Liu, J.X., Shi, X.F., Ge, S.L., Li, X.Y., Yao, Z.Q., Wang, X., 2012. Record of geomagnetic excursion during early Holocene in the central southern Yellow Sea mud. Quaternary Sciences, 32, 663-669. (in Chinese with English abstract).
6. Liu, J.X., Liu, Q.S., Shi, X.F., Wang, C.J., Chen, J.J., 2015. Progress of Quaternary Chronological research in the Yellow Sea. Marine Geology Frontiers, 31, 17-25. (in Chinese with English abstract).
7. Duan, Z.Q., Liu, Q.S., Shi, X.F., Yao, Z.Q., Liu, J.X., Su, K., 2016. Reconstruction of high-resolution magnetostratigraphy of the Changjiang (Yangtze) River Delta, China. Geophysical Journal International, 204: 948-960.
8. Mei, X., Li, R.H., Zhang, X.H., Liu, Q.S., Liu, J.X., et al. Evolution of the Yellow Sea Warm Current and the Yellow Sea Cold Water Mass since the Middle Pleistocenen. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 442: 48-60.
9. Yao, Z.Q., Shi, X.F., Liu, Q.S., Liu, Y.G., Larrasoaña, J.C., Liu, J.X., et al., 2014. Paleomagnetic and astronomical dating of sediment core BH08 from the Bohai Sea, China: Implications for glacial-interglacial sedimentation. Palaeogeography,
Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 393, 90–101.
10. Yao, Z.Q., Shi, X.F., Qiao, S.Q., Liu, Q.S., Kandasamy, S., Liu, J.X., et al., 2017.Persistent effects of the Yellow River on the Chinese marginal seas began at least~880 ka ago. Scientific Reports, 7, 2827, doi:10.1038/s41598-017-03140-x.
11. Dong, L.S., Liu, Y.G., Shi, X.F., Polyak, L., Huang, Y.H., Fang, X.S., Liu, J.X., et al.,2017. Sedimentary record from the Canada Basin, Arctic Ocean: implications for late to middle Pleistocene glacial history. Climate of the Past, 13: 511-531.
12. Liu, J., Zhang, X.H., Mei, X., Zhao, Q.H., Guo, X.W., Zhao, W.N., Liu, J.X., et al.,2018. The sedimentary succession of the last 3.5 Myr in the western South Yellow Sea: Paleoenvironmental and tectonic implications. Marine Geology, 399: 47-65.