Prof. Hao Yan
Assistant Professor (Tenure-track)
My research interests include: 1) stable isotope kinetics in calcite growth, diffusion, evaporation, oxidation of reduced sulfur, etc.; 2) non-mass-dependent fractionation of oxygen and sulfur isotopes in nature; 3) carbon cycle in inland water bodies; 4) development of new method for isotope analysis.
B-313, Modern Engineering Building
2009.9-2015.6 University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Geochemistry, PhD
2013.4-2014.4 University of Strasbourg (France), Geochemistry
2005.9-2009.6 Sichuan University, Environment science, Bachelor
2021.7 – present, Assistant Professor, Nanjing University
2018.12-2020.11, Visiting scholar, Louisiana State University (USA)
2019.5-2021.6, Associated professor, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2015.7-2019.4, Assistant professor, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Reviewer for Nature Reviews Earth & Environment, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, , Chemical Geology, Applied Geochemistry, etc.
Review for NSFC, NSF
First author and corresponding author*
(1) Yu Wei, Hao Yan*, Zaihua Liu, et al., The ballast effect controls the settling of autochthonous organic carbon in three subtropical karst reservoirs. Science of the Total Environment, In revision.
(2) Yan H., Dreybrodt W., Bao H, et al., The influence of hydrodynamics on the carbon isotope composition of inorganically precipitated calcite. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 2021, 565: 116932.
(3) Yan H., Liu Z., Sun H., Large degrees of carbon isotope disequilibrium during precipitation-associated degassing of CO2 in a mountain stream. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2020, 273, 244-256.
(4) Yan H., Liu Z., Sun H., Effect of in-stream physicochemical processes on the seasonal variations in δ 13C and δ 18O values in laminated travertine deposits in a mountain stream channel, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2017, 202: 179–189.
(5) Yan H., Schmitt A.D., Liu Z., Gangloff S., Sun H., Chen J., Chabaux F., Calcium isotopic fractionation during travertine deposition under different hydrodynamic conditions: Examples from Baishuitai (Yunnan, SW China). Chemical Geology, 2016, 426: 60-70.
(6) Wang H.(#), Yan H.(#), Liu Z., Contrasts in variations of the carbon and oxygen isotopic composition of travertines formed in pools and a ramp stream at Huanglong Ravine, China: Implications for paleoclimatic interpretations. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2014, 125: 34-48. (# Equal contribution)
(7) Yan H., Sun H., Liu Z., Equilibrium vs. kinetic fractionation of oxygen isotopes in two low-temperature travertine-depositing systems with differing hydrodynamic conditions at Baishuitai, Yunnan, SW China. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2012, 95: 63-78.
(8) 晏浩, 刘再华. (2011). 层状钙华及其地球化学指标的古气候/环境意义. 第四纪研究, 31(1), 88-95.
(9) 晏浩, 刘再华, 邓贵平, 孙海龙, & 张金流. (2013). 四川九寨沟景区钙华起源初探. 中国岩溶, 32(1), 15-22.
(1) Liu Z., Yan H., Zeng S., Increasing Autochthonous Production in Inland Waters as a Contributor to the Missing Carbon Sink. Frontiers in Earth Science. 31 Aug. 2021, p. NA.
(2) Chen B, Zhao M, Yan H, et al. Tracing source and transformation of carbon in an epikarst spring-pond system by dual carbon isotopes (13C-14C): Evidence of dissolved CO2 uptake as a carbon sink. Journal of Hydrology, 2021, 593: 125766.
(3) He H, Liu Z, Li D, et al. Recent environmental changes in the Yunnan–Guizhou Plateau inferred from organic geochemical records from the sediments of Fuxian Lake[J]. Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene, 2021, 9(1).
(4) He H., Liu Z., Chen C., Wei Y., Bao Q., Sun H., Yan H., The sensitivity of the carbon sink by coupled carbonate weathering to climate and land-use changes: Sediment records of the biological carbon pump effect in Fuxian Lake, Yunnan, China, during the past century. Science of The Total Environment, 2020, 137539.
(5) He H., Liu Z., Chen C., Wei Y., Bao Q., Sun H., Yan H., Influence of the biological carbon pump effect on the sources and deposition of organic matter in Fuxian Lake, a deep oligotrophic lake in southwest China. Acta Geochimica, 2019, 38(5), 613-626.
(6) Chen B, Yang R, Liu Z, Sun H, Yan H, Zeng Q, Zeng S, Zeng C. 2017. Coupled control of land uses and aquatic biological processes on the diurnal hydrochemical variations in five ponds at the Shawan Karst Test Site: implications for the carbonate weathering-related carbon sink. Chemical Geology 456:58-71.
(7) Kele S., Breitenbach S., Capezzuoli E., Meckler A., Ziegler M., Millan I., Kluge T., Deák J., Hanselmann K., John C., Yan H., Liu Z., Bernasconi S. M., Temperature dependence of oxygen- and clumped isotope fractionation in carbonates: A study of travertines and tufas in the 6–95°C temperature range. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2015, 168:172-192.
(8) Sun H., Liu Z., Yan H., Oxygen isotope fractionation in travertine-depositing pools at Baishuitai, Yunnan, SW China: Effects of deposition rates. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2014, 133: 340-350.
(9) Zhao M., Liu Z., Li H., Zeng C., Yang R., Chen B., Yan H., Response of dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) and δ13CDIC to changes in climate and land cover in SW China karst catchments. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2015, 165:123-136.
(10) Yang R., Chen B., Liu H., Liu Z., Yan H., Carbon sequestration and decreased CO2 emission caused by terrestrial aquatic photosynthesis: Insights from diel hydrochemical variations in an epikarst spring and two spring-fed ponds in different seasons. Applied Geochemistry, 2015, 63: 248-260.
(11) 刘再华, 孙海龙, 晏浩, 等. 钙华探秘. 北京: 科学出版社, 2016