杨世伦

职称: 
研究员
研究专长: 
三角洲沉积地貌过程对流域变化的响应
海岸湿地沉积动力学和地貌学
Email: 
slyang@sklec.dsmbali.com
联系地址: 
上海市中山北路3663号,华东师范大学河口海岸学国家重点实验室(200062)
千年幽境游戏官网主页链接: 
教育经历: 
1988.10 华东师范大学河口海岸研究所,获博士学位
19983.7 华东师范大学地理系,获学士 (Department of Geography, China, the Netherlands, BSC)
工作经历: 
1998.10 - 华东师范大学河口海岸学国家重点实验室,研究员
1992.10 -1998.10:华东师范大学河口海岸学国家重点实验室,副研究员
1988.10-1992.10:华东师范大学河口海岸研究所,讲师
1998.10-1998.12: 荷兰乌特勒支大学地千年幽境游戏官网,访问学者
1998.7-1998.10: 荷兰国家海洋研究所,访问学者
个人简介: 
   博士,教授(二级),博士生导师,华东师范大学终身教授,享受国务院政府特殊津贴专家。1954年出生于四川省乐山市,1983年毕业于华东师范大学地理系地貌专业并考取该校河口海岸研究所研究生,师从陈吉余教授,1988年获华东师范大学理学博士学位并留校工作,1998年在荷兰海洋研究所和乌特勒支大学从事访问研究,主要从事河口海岸动力沉积和动力地貌学研究及研究生培养。曾主持国家自然科学基金重点项目“三峡工程对长江河口-三角洲动力沉积过程和地貌演化的影响”等多项国家和上海市课题。发表学术论著230余篇(部),其中Earth-Science Reviews, Geophysical Research Letters, Limnology and Oceanography. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Journal of Geophysical Research, Journal of Hydrology, Water Resources Research,Global and Planetary Change,Geomorphology等国内外刊物第一或通讯作者论文160余篇(含5篇ESI高被引论文),获省部级科学技术奖7项,其中上海市自然科学一等奖(第1完成人)1项、上海市科技进步二等奖(第1完成人)1项。培养博士和硕士研究生近40人。入选Elsevier“中国高被引学者榜单”。
学术论文: 
1.Yang, SL, X. Luo, S. Temmerman, M. Kirwan,T. Bouma, K. Xu, S. Zhang, J. Fan, B. Shi, H. Yang, YP Wang, X. Shi, S. Gao, 2020. Role of delta-      front   erosion in sustaining salt marshes under sea-level rise and fluvial sediment decline. Limnology and Oceanography. doi:      10.1002/lno.11432
2.Yang, SL, Shi, B, Fan J, Luo, X, Tian, Q, Yang, H, Chen, S, Zhang, Y, Zhang, S, Shi, X, Wang, H, 2020.    Streamflow Decline in the Yellow  River   along with Socioeconomic Development: Past and Future. 12, 823; doi:10.3390/w12030823.
, Y. Du, SL Yang, J. Wud, K. Xu, Y. P. Wang,2019. Influence of macrobenthos (Meretrix meretrix Linnaeus) on erosion-     accretion processes in intertidal flats: A case study from a cultivation zone. JGR-Biogeosciences, 125, e2019JG005345. 
6.Shi,B., J.R. Cooper, J. Li, Y.Yang, S.L. Yang, F.Luo, Z. Yu, Y. P.Wang, 2019. Hydrodynamics, erosion and accretion of    intertidal mudflats  in extremely shallow waters. Journal of Hydrology 573 (2019) 31–39.
7.Luan, H., P. X. Ding, Z. B. Wang, S. L.Yang, J. Y. Lu, 2018. Morphodynamic impacts of large-scale engineering projects in the Yangtze River delta.  Coastal Engineering 141, 1–11.
8.Yang, H.F., S.L. Yang, Y. Meng, K.H. Xu, X.X. Luo, C.S. Wu, B.W. Shi,2018. Recent coarsening of sediments on the southern Yangtze subaqueous delta  front: A response to river damming. Continental Shelf Research 155, 45-51.
10.Shi, B., J. R. Cooper, P. D. Pratolongo, S. Gao, T. J. Bouma, G. Li, C. Li, S.L. Yang, Y. P. Wang. 2017. Erosion and accretion on a mudflat: The  importance of very shallow-water effects. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 122. DOI: 10.1002/2016JC012316. 
11.Lai, X., D. Yin, B.L. Finlayson, T. Wei , M. Li, W. Yuan, S. Yang, Z. Dai, S. Gao, Z. Chen, 2017. Will river erosion below the Three Gorges Dam    stop  in the middle Yangtze? Journal of Hydrology 554 (2017) 24–31.
12.Yang, H.F, S.L Yang, K.H, Xu, H. Wu, B. W. Shi, Q. Zhu, W. X. Zhang, Z. Yang,, 2017. Erosion potential of the Yangtze Delta under sediment  starvation and climate change. Scientific Reports 7, DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-10958-y
13.Yang, HF, SL Yang, KH Xu, 2017. River-sea transitions of sediment dynamics: A case study of the tide-impacted Yangtze River estuary. Estuarine,  Coastal and Shelf Science 196 (2017) 207-216.
14.Deng, B., Wu, H, Yang, S.L., Zhang, J., 2017. Longshore suspended sediment transport and its implications for submarine erosion off the Yangtze  River   Estuary. ECSS 190, 1–10.
15.Luo, X. X., Yang, S. L., Wang, R.S., Zhang, C. Y., Li, P., 2017. New evidence of Yangtze delta recession after closing of the Three Gorges Dam.  Sci.  Rep. 7, 41735; doi: 10.1038/srep41735.
16.Zhu, Q. B.C. van Prooijen , Z.B.Wang, S.L. Yang, 2017. Bed-level changes on intertidal wetland in response to waves and tides: A case study from  the  Yangtze River Delta. Marine Geology 385, 160–172.
17.Shi, B. W., S. L. Yang, Y. P. Wang, G. C. Li, M. L. Li, P. Li, and C. Li (2017), Role of wind in erosion-accretion cycles on an estuarine  mudflat,   J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 122, doi:10.1002/2016JC011902.
18.Nan, F., F. Yu , H. Xue, L. Zeng, D. Wang , S. L Yang and K.-C. Nguyen, 2016. Freshening of the upper ocean in the South China Sea since the early    1990s. Deep Sea Research I 118, 20-29.
19.Zhu, Q., van Prooijen, B.C., Wang, Z.B., Ma, Y.X.,Yang, S.L., 2016. Bed shear stress estimation on an open intertidal flat using in situ    Measurements. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 182,190-201.
20.Luan, H.L., Ding, P.X., Wang, Z. B., Ge, J.Z., Yang, S.L., 2016. Decadal morphological evolution of the Yangtze Estuary in response to river input    changes and estuarine engineering projects. Geomorphology 265, 12-23 .
21.Du, J.L., Yang, S.L., Feng, H., 2016. Recent human impacts on the morphological evolution of the Yangtze River delta foreland: A review and new  perspectives. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 181, 160-169.
22.Tian, Q., SL Yang, 2017. Regional climatic response to global warming: Trends in temperature and precipitation in the Yellow, Yangtze and Pearl  River basins since the 1950s. Quaternary International 440, 1-11.
23.Wu, C. S., Yang, S.L, Huang, S., Mu, J., 2016. Delta changes in the Pearl River estuary and its response to human activities (1954-2008).  Quaternary  International 392, 147-154.
24.Wang, Z.B., D. S. Van Maren, P. X. Ding, S. L. Yang, B. C. Van Prooijen, P. L. M. De Vet, J.C. Winterwerp, H. J. DeVriend, M.J.F. Stive, Q. He,  2015.  Human impacts on morphodynamic thresholds in estuarine systems. Continental Shelf Research. 111, 174-183.
25.Yang, S.L., K.H. Xu, J.D. Milliman, H.F. Yang and C.S. Wu (2015), Decline of Yangtze River water and sediment discharge: Impact from natural and  anthropogenic changes, Sci. Rep., 5, doi: 10.1038/srep12581(ESI高被引论文).
26.Bouma et al., 2014. Identifying knowledge gaps hampering application of intertidal habitats in coastal protection: Opportunities & steps to take.  Coastal Engineering 87 (2014) 147–157.
27.Yang, S.L., Milliman, J.D., Xu, K.H., Deng, B., Zhang, X.Y., Luo, X.X., 2014. Downstream sedimentary and geomorphic impacts of the Three Gorges  Dam  on the Yangtze River. Earth-Science Reviews. 138, 469–486 (ESI高被引论文).
28.Li, X., L. Ren,Y. Liu,C. Craft, U. lo Mander,S.L., Yang., 2013. The impact of the change in vegetation structure on the ecological functions of  salt marshes: the example of the Yangtze estuary. Reg Environ Change. DOI 10.1007/s10113-013-0520-9.
29.van Maren DS, Yang SL and He Q., 2013. The impact of silt trapping in large reservoirs on downstream morphology: the Yangtze River. Ocean Dynamics  63(6), 691-707.
30.Shi, B. W., S.L. Yang, Y.P. Wang, 2014. Intratidal erosion and deposition rates inferred from field observations of hydrodynamic and sedimentary  processes: A case study of a mudflat–saltmarsh transition at the Yangtze delta front. Continental Shelf Research. 90: 109-116.
31.Liu, J., S.L. Yang, Zhu, Q., J. Zhang., 2014. Controls on suspended sediment concentration profiles in the shallow and turbid Yangtze Estuary.  Continental Shelf Research. 90: 96-108.
32.Zhu, Q., S.L Yang, Y.X. Ma, 2014. . Marine Geology. 347 (2014) 95–106.
33.Luo, X.X., S. L. Yang, J. Zhang., 2012. The impact of the Three Gorges Dam on the downstream distribution and texture of sediments along the    middle  and lower Yangtze River (Changjiang) and its estuary, and subsequent sediment dispersal in the East China Sea. Geomorphology. 179, 126-  140.
34.Wu, C.S., S. L. Yang, Y.P. Lei, 2012. Quantifying the anthropogenic and climatic impacts on water discharge and sediment load in the Pearl River  (Zhujiang), China (1954–2009). Journal of Hydrology 452–453 (2012) 190–204.
35.Li, P., S. L. Yang, J.D. Milliman, K.H. Xu, W.H. Qin, C.S. Wu, Y. P. Chen, 2012. Spatial, Temporal, and Human-Induced Variations in Suspended  Sediment Concentration in the Surface Waters of the Yangtze Estuary and Adjacent Coastal Areas. Estuaries and Coasts. 35, 1316-1327.
36.Shi, B., Yang, S. L., Wang, Y. P., Bouma, T. J,m Zhu, Q., 2012. Relating accretion and erosion at an exposed tidal  wetland to the bottom shear  stress of combined current–wave action. Geomorphology. 138 (2012) 380–389.
37.Ysebaert, T., S. L.Yang, L. Zhang, Q., He, T.J. Bouma., P.M.J., Herman, 2011. Wave attenuation by two contrasting ecosystem engineering salt marsh  macrophytes in the intertidal pioneer zone. Wetlands, DOI 10.1007/s13157-011-0240-1
38.Yang, S. L., B. W. Shi, T. J. Bouma, T. Ysebaert, X. X. Luo, 2012. Wave attenuation at a salt marsh margin: A case study of an exposed coast on  the  Yangtze Estuary. Estuaries and Coasts. 35, 169-182.
39.Yang, S.L., J.D. Milliman, P. Li, K. Xu, 2011. 50,000 dams later: Erosion of the Yangtze River and its delta. Global and Planetary Change. 75,  14-20 (ESI高被引论文).
40.Yang, S. L., Z. Liu, S. B. Dai, Z.X. Gao, J. Zhang, H. J. Wang, X. X. Luo, C. S. Wu, Z. Zhang, 2010. Temporal variations in water resources in  the  Yangtze River (Changjiang) over the Industrial Period, based on reconstruction of missing monthly discharges. Water Resources Research. 46,  W10516, doi:10.1029/2009WR008589.
41.Hu, K., Ding, P., Wang, Z., and Yang, S., 2009. A 2D/3D hydrodynamic and sediment transport model for the Yangtze Estuary, China. Journal of      Marine Systems. 77: 114-136.
42.Gao, A., S. L. Yang, G. Li, P. Li and S. L. Chen, 2010. Long-Term Morphological Evolution of a Tidal Island under Influences of Natural Episodes   and  Human Activities, the Yangtze Estuary. Journal of Coastal Research 26(1):123-131.
43. Li, H. and S. L. Yang, 2009. Trapping Effect of Tidal Marsh Vegetation on Suspended Sediment, Yangtze Delta. Journal of Coastal Research.  25(4):915-  924.
44. Dai, S. B., S. L. Yang and A. M. Cai, 2008. Impacts of dams on the sediment flux of the Pearl River, southern China. Catena. 76: 36–43.
45.Gong, S.L., C. Li. and S. L. Yang, 2009. The microscopic characteristics of Shanghai soft clay and its effect on soil body deformation and land     subsidence. Environmental Geology. DOI 10.1007/s00254-008-1205-4.
46.Dai S.B., X.X. Lu, S.L. Yang, A.M. Cai., 2008. A preliminary estimate of human and natural contribution to the sediment decline from the Yangtze   River to the East China Sea. Quaternary International,186, 43-54.
47.Yang,S. L., H. Li, T. Ysebaert, T.J. Bouma, W. X. Zhang, Y. Y. Wang, P. Li, M. Li, P. X. Ding,2008. Spatial and temporal variations in sediment  grain size in tidal wetlands, Yangtze delta: On the role of physical and biotic controls. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 77, 657-671.
48.Zhang, W. X., Yang, S. L., Zhu, J., Gong, S. and Ding, P., 2007. Dry-season Variability in suspended sediment concentrations in the South Passage  of  the Changjiang Estuarine. International Journal of Sediment Research. 22(3): 199-207.
49. Yang, S. L., Zhang, J., Xu ,X. J., 2007.  Influence of the Three Gorges Dam on downstream delivery of sediment and its environmental      implications,  Yangtze River. Geophysical Research Letters, VOL. 34, L10401, doi:10.1029/2007GL029472
50.Yang S. L., P. Li, A. Gao, J. Zhang,W. X. Zhang, M. Li., 2007.Cyclical variability of suspended sediment concentration over a low-energy tidal  flat  in Jiaozhou Bay, China: effect of shoaling on wave impact. Geo-Marine Letters, DOI 10.1007/s00367-007-0058-2.
51.Yang, S. L., Zhang, J., Dai, S. B., Li, M. and Xu, X. J., 2007. Effect of deposition and erosion within the main river channel and large lakes on  sediment delivery to the estuary of the Yangtze River, J. Geophys. Res., 112, F02005, doi:10.1029/2006JF000484.
52.Chen, SL., Zhang, GA, Yang, SL, Shi, John Z., 2006. Temporal variations of fine suspended sediment concentration in the Changjiang River estuary  and  adjacent coastal waters, China. Journal of Hydrology. 331: 137-145.
53.Yang, S. L., M. Li, S.B. Dai, Z. Liu., J. Zhang and P.X. Ding, 2006. Drastic decrease in sediment supply from the the Yangtze River and its  challenge  to coastal wetland management. Geophysical Research Letters. 33 doi:10.1029/2005GL025507
54.Dai, S., Yang, S.L., Zhu, J., Gao, A. and Li, P., 2005. The role of Lake Dongting in regulating the sediment budget of the Yangtze River.  Hydrology  and Earth System Sciences, 9(6), 692-698.
55.Yang, S. L., Zhang, J., Zhu, J., Smith, J. P., Dai, S. B. and Gao, A., 2005. Impact of Dams on Yangtze River Sediment Supply to the Sea and Delta  Wetland Response. Journal of Geophysical Research VOL. 110, F03006, doi:10.1029/2004JF000271.
56.Yang, S. L., Cao, A., Hotz, H. J., Zhu, J., Dai, S. B. and Li, P., 2005. Trends in annual discharge from the Yangtze River to the sea (1865–  2004).  Hydrological Sciences-Journal-des Sciences Hydrologiques 50(5), 825-836.
57.Yang, S. L., Shi, Z., Zhao, H., Li, P., Dai, S. Gao, A., 2004. Effects of human activities on the Yangtze River suspended sediment flux into the  estuary in the last century. Hydrology of Earth System Sciences. 8(6): 1210-1216
58.Yang, S. L., Zhang, J. and Zhu, J., 2004. Response of suspended sediment concentration to tidal dynamics at a site inside the mouth of an inlet:  Jiaozhou Bay (China). Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 8(2): 170-182.
Y59.ang, S. L., Meng, Y. and Zhang, J. et al., 2004. Suspended Particulate Matter in the Jiaozhou Bay: Properties and Variations in Response to    Hydrodynamics and Pollution. Chinese Science Bulletin 49(1): 91-97
60.Yang, S. L., Friedrichs, C. T., Ding, P. X., Zhu, J. and Zhao, Q. Y., 2003. Morphological Response of Tidal Marshes, Flats and Channels of the  Outer Yangtze River Mouth to a Major Storm. Estuaries 26(6):1416-1425.
61.Yang, S. L., Belkin, I. M., Belkina, A. I., Zhao , Q. Y., Zhu, J. and Ding, X. D., 2003. Delta Response to Decline in   Sediment Supply from the  Yangtze River: Evidence of the Recent Four Decades and Expectations for the Next Half-Century. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 57: 589-599.
62.Yang, S. L. Zhao, Q. Y. and Belkin, I. M., 2002. Temporal variation in the sediment load of the Yangtze River and the influences of the human  activities. Journal of Hydrology. 263, 56-71(ESI高被引论文)
63.Yang, S.L, Ding, P.X and Chen, S.L., 2001. Temporal change in bed level of a river mouth channel, Yantzeg River mouth: with emphasis on the    response  to river discharge and storm. Journal of Coastal Research. 17(2): 297-308.
64.Yang, S.L, Ding, P.X and Chen, S.L., 2001. Changes in progradation rate of the tidal flats at the mouth of the Changejiang River, China.  Geomorphology. 38:167-180.
65.Yang, S.L., Eisma, D. and Ding, P.X., 2000. Sedimentary processes on an estuarine marsh island in the turbidity maximum zone of the Yangtze  Estury.  Geo-marine Letters. 20(2): 87-92
66.Yang, S.L., 1999. Sedimentation on a growing intertidal island in the Yangtze River Mouth. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 49: 401-410.
67.Yang, S. L., 1999. Tidal wetland sedimentation in the Yangtze Delta. Journal of Coastal Research. 15(4): 1091-1099.
68.Yang SL, 1999.A study of coastal morphodynamics on the Muddy islands in the Changjiang River Mouth.  Journal of Coastal Research. 15 (1): 32-44.
69.Yang, S.L., 1998. The Role of Scirpus Marsh in Attenuation of Hydrodynamics and Retention of Fine Sediment in the Yangtze Estuary.  Estuarine,Coastal and Shelf Science. 47: 227-233.
 
学术专著: 
Yang, S.L. and Yang, H.F., 2015. Temporal Variations in Water and Sediment Discharge from the Changjiang (Yangtze River) and Downstream Sedimentary Responses. In Zhang, J. (ed) Ecological Continuum from the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Watersheds to the Eas
Yang, S. L., Zhang, W. X., Li, P., Zhao, H. Y. and Dai, S. B., 2005. Fate of intertidal wetlands at the Changjiang river delta forward in response to dam constructions in the catchment basin. In Z. Chen, Y. Saito and S. L. Goodbred (eds) Mega-deltas of
获奖情况: 
2015年上海市自然科学一等奖(第1完成人),获奖题目:近期长江流域变化对河口环境的影响.
2001年上海市科技进步二等奖(第1完成人),获奖题目:上海潮滩沉积作用和演变规律研究。