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王振刚 [副教授]

王振刚

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电子邮箱:wangzhg33@mail.sysu.edu

办公地址:广州市新港西路135号中山大学地环大楼

基本介绍

副教授,博士生导师,中山大学“百人计划二期”引进急需青年杰出人才。近年来综合运用实地观测实验和数值模拟的方法开展土壤侵蚀和土壤有机碳循环的相关研究,重点集中在水力侵蚀不同过程对不同碳组分的分选作用,坡积土中土壤有机碳的长期动态和长时间尺度下农业土壤侵蚀对全球碳循环的影响方面。相关工作在Nature Climate Change, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Journal of Geophysical Research等期刊上发表。

研究方向

土壤侵蚀,土壤碳循环,全球变化,环境模拟

欢迎有志于从事以上方向的相关专业学生保送和报考。

学历背景

2007.9-2011.9    鲁汶大学(荷语)地球与环境科学系         博士

2005.9-2007.6    中山大学地理科学与规划学院               硕士

2001.9-2005.6    中山大学地理科学与规划学院               学士 

工作经历

2017.8—至今       中山大学地理科学与规划学院                      副教授

2012.6-2017.7      鲁汶大学(法语)地球与生命研究所                博士后

论著专利

Wang, Z., T. Hoffmann, J. Six, J. O. Kaplan, G. Govers, S. Doetterl, & K. Van Oost (2017), Human-induced erosion has offset one-third of carbon emissions from land cover change, Nature Clim. Change, 7(5), 345-349, doi:10.1038/nclimate3263. (IF=17.184)

Wang, Z., S. Doetterl, M. Vanclooster, B. van Wesemael, and K. Van Oost (2015), Constraining a coupled erosion and soil organic carbon model using hillslope-scale patterns of carbon stocks and pool composition, Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 2014JG002768, doi:10.1002/2014JG002768. (IF=3.318)

Wang, Z., K. Van Oost, and G. Govers (2015), Predicting the long-term fate of buried organic carbon in colluvial soils, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2014GB004912, doi:10.1002/2014GB004912. (IF=4.495)

Wang, Z., K. Van Oost, A. Lang, T. Quine, W. Clymans, R. Merckx, B. Notebaert, and G. Govers (2014), The fate of buried organic carbon in colluvial soils: a long-term perspective, Biogeosciences, 11(3), 873-883, doi:10.5194/bg-11-873-2014. (IF=3.70)

Wang, Z., G. Govers, K. Van Oost, W. Clymans, A. Van den Putte, and R. Merckx (2013), Soil organic carbon mobilization by interrill erosion: Insights from size fractions, Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 118, doi: 10.1029/2012jf002430. (IF=3.318)

Wang, Z., G. Govers, A. Steegen, W. Clymans, A. Van den Putte, C. Langhans, R. Merckx, and K. Van Oost (2010), Catchment-scale carbon redistribution and delivery by water erosion in an intensively cultivated area, Geomorphology, 124, 65-74. (IF=2.813)

Bouchoms, S., Z. Wang, V. Vanacker, S. Doetterl, and K. Van Oost (2017), Modelling long-term soil organic carbon dynamics under the impact of land cover change and soil redistribution, CATENA, 151, 63-73  (IF=2.612)

Doetterl, S., A. A. Berhe, E. Nadeu; Z. Wang, K. Van Oost, M. Sommer, P. Fiener (2016), Erosion, deposition and soil carbon: A review on process-level controls, experimental tools and models to address C cycling in dynamic landscapes Earth-Science Reviews, 154, 102-122 (IF=6.991)

Clymans, W., E. Struyf, A. Van den Putte, C. Langhans, Z. Wang, and G. Govers (2015), Amorphous silica mobilization by inter-rill erosion: insights from rainfall experiments, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, doi:10.1002/esp.3707. (IF=3.505)

Li, Y., T. A. Quine, H. Q. Yu, G. Govers, J. Six, D. Z. Gong, Z. Wang, Y. Z. Zhang, and K. Van Oost (2015), Sustained high magnitude erosional forcing generates an organic carbon sink: Test and implications in the Loess Plateau, China, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 411(0), 281-289 (IF=4.326)

Gao, Q., and Z. Wang (2015), Dissolved inorganic carbon in the Xijiang River: concentration and stable isotopic composition, Environ Earth Sci, 73(1), 253-266, doi:10.1007/s12665-014-3420-5. (IF=1.765)

Wang, X., L. H. Cammeraat, Z. Wang, J. Zhou, G. Govers, and K. Kalbitz (2013), Stability of organic matter in soils of the Belgian Loess Belt upon erosion and deposition, European Journal of Soil Science, 64(2), 219-228, doi:10.1111/ejss.12018. (IF=3.425)

Tao, Z., Q. Gao, Z. Wang, S. Zhang, C. Xie, P. Lin, X. Ruan, S. Li, and H. Mao (2011), Estimation of carbon sinks in chemical weathering in a humid subtropical mountainous basin, Chinese Science Bulletin, 56, 3774-3782. (IF=1.789)

Tao, Z., Q. Gao, W. Guo, Z. Wang, Y. Zhang, C. Xie, X. Huang, and H. Zhong (2011), Temporal and spatial variability of dissolved organic carbon concentration in the Xijiang River, South China, J. Mt. Sci., 8(5), 694-703, doi:10.1007/s11629-011-2000-3. (IF=1.017)

Gao, Q., Z. Tao, X. Huang, L. Nan, K. Yu, and Z. Wang (2009), Chemical weathering and CO2 consumption in the Xijiang River basin, South China, Geomorphology, 106, 324-332. (IF=2.813)

Yao, G., Q. Gao, Z. Wang, X. Huang, T. He, Y. Zhang, S. Jiao, and J. Ding (2007), Dynamics of CO2 partial pressure and CO2 outgassing in the lower reaches of the Xijiang River, a subtropical monsoon river in China, Science of The Total Environment, 376, 255-266. (IF=3.976)