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Shuiwang Duan

Research Associate
Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center
University of Maryland
5825 University Research Court, #4049
College Park, Maryland 20740-3823
Tel: 301-405-0334
Cell: 832-385-0196

2005                Ph.D. Earth and Environmental Sciences, Tulane University
1997                M.S. Environmental Geochemistry, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1994                B.S. Geology, Chengdu University of Technology, Chengdu, China

2010-Current    Reseach Associate, University of Maryland, Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center
2009-2010        Assistant Research Scientist, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Chesapeake Bay                         Biological Lab
2005-2008        Post-Doctoral Fellow and Research Associate, Texas A&M University at Galveston
1997-2000        Research Associate, Institute of Geography, Chinese Academy of Science

Research Interests
1. Organic carbon composition and effect on the biogeochemistry of nutrient, organic contaminants and heavy metals in aquatic environments
2. Climate changes, watershed land use, and stream management/restoration on water quality of streams and coastal ocea
3. Model developments in tracking sources and in-stream processing of organic matter, nutrients and contaminants

Awards and Honors
2005-2007        Texas Institute of Oceanography Post-Doctoral Fellowship
2000-2001        Oceanography Departmental Fellowships (GERAC and Chair, Texas A&M University)
2000-2001        Welch Foundation Fellowship, Texas A&M University
1997                Hou Defeng Prize in Geochemistry (M.S.), Chinese Academy of Sciences
1995-1996        Scholarship of Chinese Academy of Sciences
1994                Honor Graduate, Chengdu University of Technology
1991-1994        First-rank University Fellowship, Chengdu University of Technology

Grants, Projects Applied or Participated
"Understanding and forecasting impacts of climate changes on carbon fluxes and transformations in Coastal ecosystems." PI: Sujay Kaushal. Co PIs: Raghu Murtugudde, Bala K.P. Mathukumalli and Shuiwang Duan. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. (pending).
"Chesapeake Bay ecosystem modeling." PI Raghu Murtugudde.
"The effects of watershed urbanization on in-stream transformation of organic nutrients within Running Waters." National Science Foundation. PI: Sujay Kaushal. 2007-2010.
"Enhanced stormwater monitoring of toxic chemicals in the Chesapeake watershed." U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. PI: Sujay Kaushal. 2008-2010.
"Tracing the source of E.coli in Buffalo and White Oak Bayou (Houston)." Funded by Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. PI: Robin Brinkmeyer. 2007-2009.
"Th(IV) & Pa(IV, V) binding to exopolymeric acid polysaccharides in marine environments." NSF-OCE funded project, Collaborative Proposal lead-PI: Peter Santschi. 2004-2008.
"Tracing biogeochemical fluxes and water mass exchanges on Eurasian shelf." NSF project. PI: Rainer Amon. 2004-2008.
"Biogeochemical tracers in Arctic rivers: Linking the Pan-Arctic watershed to the Arctic Ocean." NSF project. PI: Rainer Amon. 2002-2007.
"Redox controls on and seasonal variability of dissolved iron and manganese in rivers." US National Science Foundation Hydrology Program. 2000-2004.
"Long-term estuarine assessment group." NOAA. PIs: Mike Dagg and R. Powell.
"Material fluxes from the Changjiang and the Pearl Rivers (China)," sub-project of "Land and ocean interaction of China Sea and environmental impact." Chinese Academy of Sciences. PI: Shen Zhang.
"Transport and transformation of nutrient from farmland to waters and air, and remedies," NSF of China. PI: Yijiang Tang.

Scientific Presentations and Invited Lectures
Baltimore Ecosystem Study 2010 Annual Meeting, UMBC campus, Baltimore, October 27-28, 2010.
95th Ecological Society of America (ESA) Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh August 1-6, 2010.
Chesapeake Modeling Symposium (ChesMS) 2010, Annapolis, MD. May 10-11, 2010.
Invited lecture for Center for Urban Environmental Research and Education University of Maryland Baltimore County.             Novermber 2009.
NSF-China SFC Workshop. Impacts of climate change on water resources in coastal, estuarine and urban areas.                 Baltimore. October 2009.
UMCES Chesapeake Biological Lab seminar presentation, Solomons. September 2009.
Invited presentation at UMCES Chesapeake Biological Lab, Solomons. February 2009.
Marine Biology and Science seminar presentation, Texas A&M University at Galveston. 2008.
ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico. March 2007.
American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. Sanfrancisco, California. December 2006.
The 2005 Joint Assembly. New Orleans, Louisiana. May 2005
Earth and Environmental Sciences seminar presentation. Tulane University. 2005.
The 6th Annual Graduate Student Symposium. LUMCON, Cocodrie, Louisiana. January 2005.
Symposium on New Approaches in Marine Organic Biogeochemistry. Friday Harbor, Washington. August 2003.
The 225th ACS Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana. March, 2003.
Earth and Ecosystem Program seminar presentation. Tulane University, 2002.
China-Japanese Workshop on Ocean Flux in the East China Sea. December 1999. Qingdao, China.
East Asia LOICZ/START Workshop: Programs and Abstracts. Qingdao, China. October, 1999.
8th International Symposium on the Interactions between Sediment and Water. Beijing, China. September 1999.

Active Memberships in Professional Societies
Member of the American Geophysical Union (AGU)
American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO)
Ecological Society of America (ESA)

Peer Review Activities
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry
Journal of Phycology
Journal of Hydrology
Science of the Total Environment
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science
Marine Chemistry
Urban Ecosystem

Chen, X., P.H. Santschi, C.C. Hung, S.J. Zhang, K.A. Schwehr, K.A. Roberts, L.D. Guo, G.C. Gong, A. Ouigg, R.A. Long, J. Pinckney, S.W. Duan, R. Amon, C.L. Wei. 2010. Controls of 234Th removal from the oligotrophic ocean by polyuronic acids and modification by microbial activity. Marine Chemistry, in press.
Duan S.W., R.W.M. Amon, T.S. Bianchi, and P.H. Santschi. 2010. Effects of tributary inputs on nutrient export from the Mississippi and Atchafalaya River: A mass-balance approach. Marine and Freshwater Research 61(9):1029-1038 doi:10.1071/MF09235.
Louchouarn, P., R. Amon and S.W. Duan. 2010. Analysis of low-level lignin-derived phenols in environmental samples by gas chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry. Marine Chemistry 118 (1-2): 85-97 doi:10.1016/j.marchem.2009.11.003.
Walker, S.A., R.M.W. Amon, C. Stedmon, S.W. Duan, and P. Louchouam. 2009. The use of PARAFAC modeling to trace terrestrial dissolved organic matter and finger-print water masses in Canadian Arctic surface waters. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biosciences 114, G00F06 doi:10.1029/2009JG000990.
Duan, S.W., T. Liang, L.J. Wang, X.M. Zhang, and X.B. Chen. 2008. Seasonal changes in nitrogen and phosphorus transport in the lower Changjiang River before the construction of the Three Gorges Dam. Coastal and Shelf Science 79, 239-250.
Duan, S.W. and T.S. Bianchi. 2007. Particulate and dissolved amino acids in the lower Mississippi and Pearl Rivers (USA). Marine Chemistry. 107: 214-229.
Duan, S.W., T.S. Bianchi, A.M. Shiller, and K.R. Carman. 2007. Seasonal variations in abundance and bulk composition of dissolved organic matter in the lower Mississippi and Pearl Rivers (USA). Journal Geophysical Research - Biosciences. 112: G02024 doi:10.1029/2006JG000206.
Duan, S.W., F. Xu and L.J. Wang. 2007. Long-term changes in nutrient concentrations of the Changjiang River and principal tributaries. Biogeochemistry, 85: 215-234.
Duan, S.W., T.S. Bianchi, and T.P. Sampere. 2007. Temporal variability in the composition and abundance of terrestrially-derived dissolved organic matter in the lower Mississippi and Pearl Rivers. Marine Chemistry, 103: 172-184.
Duan, S.W. and T.S. Bianchi. 2006. Seasonal changes in the abundance and composition of plant pigments in particulate organic carbon in the lower Mississippi and Pearl Rivers (USA). Estuaries and Coasts. 29: 427-442.
Shiller, A.M., S.W. Duan, P. Erp, and T.S. Bianchi. 2006. Photo-oxidation of dissolved organic matter in river water and its effect on trace element speciation. Limnology and Oceanography, 51: 1716-1728.
Gong, G.C., J. Chang, K.P. Chiang, T.M. Hsiung, C.C. Hung, S.W. Duan and L. Codispoti. 2006. Reduction of primary production and changing of nutrient ratio in the East China Sea: Effect of the Three Gorges Dam? Geophysical Research Letters, 33 L07610, doi:10.1029/2006GLO25800.
Dagg, M.J., T.S. Bianchi, G.A. Breed, W.J. Cai, S.W. Duan et al. 2005. Biogeochemical characteristics of the lower Mississippi River, USA. June 2003. Estuaries, 28: 664-675.
Shen, Zhang, H.B. Ji, W.J. Yan and S.W. Duan. Composition and flux of nutrient transport to estuary of the Changjiang River. Journal of Geographical Sciences. 2003, 13: 3-12.
Duan, S.W., S. Zhang, X.B. Chen, X.M. Zhang, L.J. Wang, and W.J. Wang. 2000. Concentrations of nitrogen and phosphorus and nutrient transport to estuary of the Yangtze River N. Environmental Science, 21: 53-56.
Duan, S.W., S. Zhang and H. Huang. 2000. Transport of dissolved inorganic nitrogen from the major rivers to estuaries in China. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystem, 57: 13-22.
Duan, S.W. and S. Zhang. 1999. Seasonal variations of nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations in the monitoring stations of the three major rivers in China. Geographical Science, 19: 411-416.