Name: Ningjing Hu 

Room 317, Keyan Building
First Institute of Oceanography, Ministry of Natural Resources
No. 6 Xianxialing Road, Qingdao, P. R. China 266061


09/2003-06/2010: Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Ph. D.
09/2000 - 06/ 2003: Chengdu University of Technology, M.S

Working Experience 
12/2020-Present: First Institute of Oceanography, Professor
01/2019-12/2019: Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Montreal, Canada, Visiting researcher
10/2017-12/2017: University of California, San Diego, United States, Visiting researcher
10/2010-01/2019: First Institute of Oceanography, Assistant Professor 
07/2006-10/2010: First Institute of Oceanography, Postdoc

Research Interests 
Isotopic tracers and Muilti-proxies are used to unravel mechanisms driving climate and ocean changes and human impacts.

Research Projects 
1.2021 – 2024 Principle Investor, Major ice-growth events and their evolution in the Arctic since late Eocene: based on geochemical and isotopic records from cores in the western Nordic Sea, NSFC.
2.2016 – 2019 Principle Investor, Dynamical feature of the southern Nordic Sea and its influence on the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation and climate since the Last Interglacial Period: Nd isotopic evidences from terrigenous and authigenic components, NSFC. 
3.2014 – 2017 Principle Investor, The evolution process of the Yellow Sea Warm Current since the last deglaciation: tracing with Sr-Nd isotopes in silicate components of sediment, NSFC.
4.2011 – 2014 Principle Investor, Multiple geochemical index system and evaluation techniques for marine sediment quality, State Oceanic Administration.
5.2011 – 2014 Principle Investor, Geochemical evaluation of Bohai Sea sediment quality and control measures on environmental pollution, State Oceanic Administration. 
6.2009 – 2011 Principle Investor, Sources of lead in sediments of the Bohai Sea muddy zone: tracing with Pb Isotope, NSFC.
1. Hu N., Huang P., Zhang H., Zhang Y., Liu J., Shi X., Fan X.,  2020. Sr-Nd isotopes indicating the provenance of siliclastic sediments and paleoenvironmental changes in the middle Okinawa Trough during the last deglaciation. Continental Shelf Research. 210,104277.
2.Hu N., Huang P., Liu J., Shi X., Ma D., Zhu A., Zhang J., Zhang H., He L, 2015. Tracking lead origin in the Yellow River Estuary and nearby Bohai Sea based on its isotopic composition. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 163, 99-107.
3.Hu N., Huang P., Zhang H., Zhu A., He L., Zhang J., Liu J., Shi X., Ma D., 2015.Tracing the Pb origin using stable Pb isotope ratios in sediments of Liaodong Bay, China. Continental Shelf Research111, 268–278.
4.Hu N., Huang P., Zhang H., Zhu A., Zhu A., Liu J., Zhang J., He L, 2015.Anthropogenic Pb input into Bohai Bay,China: Evidence from stable Pb isotopic compositions in sediments, Continental Shelf Research, 109: 188-197.
5.Hu N., Liu J., Huang P., Yan S., Shi X., 2017. Sources, geochemical speciation, and risk assessment of metals in coastal sediments: a case study in the Bohai Sea, China. Environmental Earth Sciences, 76(8):309
6.Hu N., Huang P., Liu J., Shi X., 2016. Distribution of thallium in the Bohai Sea: implications for hydrodynamic forces and anthropogenic impact. Environment Earth Science, 75, 903-914.
7.Hu N., Huang P., Zhu A., Zhang H., Liu J., Shi X., 2017. Geochemical source, deposition, and risk assessment of cadmium in surface and core sediments from the Bohai Sea, China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 24(1): 827-843.
8.Hu N., Shi, X.,  Huang P., Mao J., Liu J., Liu Y., Ma D., 2010, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in surface sediments of Liaodong Bay, Bohai Sea, China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, doi: 10.1007/s11356-010-0359-2.
9.Hu N., Shi, X., Liu J., Huang P., Liu Y., Liu Y., 2010, Concentrations and Possible Sources of PAHs in Sediments from Bohai Bay and Adjacent Shelf, Environmental Earth Science, 60(8):1771-1782
10.Hu N., Shi, X., Huang P., Liu J., 2010, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in surface sediments of Laizhou Bay, Bohai Sea, China. Environmental Earth Science, doi 10.1007/s12665-010-0675-3.
11.Hu N., Luo Y.,, Wu L., Song J., 2007, A field lysimeter study of heavy metal movement down the profile of soils with multiple metal pollution during chelate-enhanced phytoremediation. International Journal of Phytoremediation, 9(4): 257-268.
12.Hu N., Li Z., Huang P., Tao C., 2006, Distribution and mobility of metals in agricultural soils near a copper smelter in south China. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 28 (1-2):16-23