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Yanagi, T., Shimizu, T., and Lie, H.-J. (1998) Detailed structure of the Kuroshio frontal eddy along the shelf edge of the East China Sea. Cont. Shelf Res., 18, 1039-1056.
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Gwo-Ching Gong, Gong-Jen Liu, 2003. An empirical primary production model for the East China Sea. Continental Shelf Research. 23:213-224.
Tao Zuo, Rong Wang, Ya-qu Chen, Shang-wu Gao, Ke Wang, 2006. Autumn net copepod abundance and assemblages in relation to water masses on the continental shelf of the Yellow Sea and East China Sea. Journal of Marine Systems. 59:159-172.
Chang-tai Shih, Tai-Sheng Chiu, 1998. Copepod diversity in the water masses of the southern East China Sea north of Taiwan. Journal of Marine Systems. 15:533–542.
Teruhisa Komatsu, Kenichi Tatsukawa, Jean B. Filippi et al, 2007.Distribution of drifting seaweeds in eastern East China Sea. Journal of Marine Systems. 67:245–252.
Xu Zhaoli, 2007. Distribution patterns of pelagic euphausiids in the East China Sea. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 27(9):3678−3686.
Nianzhi Jiao, Yanhui Yang, Ning Hong, Ying Ma, Shigeki Harada, Hiroshi Koshikawa, Masataka Watanabe, 2005. Dynamics of autotrophic picoplankton and heterotrophic bacteria in the East China Sea. Continental Shelf Research. 25:1265–1279.
Kyung-Hoon Shin, Takeo Hama, Nobuhiko Handa, 2003. Effect of nutrient conditions on the composition of photosynthetic products in the East China Sea and surrounding waters. Deep-Sea Research II. 50:389–401.
T.S. Chiu, C.S. Chen, 2001. Growth and temporal variation of two Japanese anchovy cohorts during their recruitment to the East China Sea. Fisheries Research. 53:1-15.
Y.-L. Lee Chen, H.-B. Lu, F.-K. Shiah, G. C. Gong, K.-K. Liu and J. Kanda,1999. New Production and F-ratio on the Continental Shelf of the East China Sea Comparisons Between Nitrate Inputs From the Subsurface Kuroshio Current and the Changjiang River. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 48:59–75.
Yuh-ling Lee Chen,Houng-Yung Chen,Wen-Huei Lee,Chin-Chang Hung, George T.F. Wong,Jota Kanda, 2001. New production in the East China Sea, comparison between well-mixed winter and stratified summer conditions. Continental Shelf Research. 21:751–764.
Yuh-Ling Lee Chen, Houng-Yung Chen, 2003. Nitrate-based new production and its relationship to primary production and chemical hydrography in spring and fall in the East China Sea. Deep-Sea Research II. 50:1249–1264.
Takashi Yoshikawa, Ken Furuya, 2008. Phytoplankton photosynthetic parameters and primary production in Japan Sea and the East China Sea Toward improving primary production models. Continental Shelf Research. 28:962–976
Chung-Chi Chen, Fuh-Kwo Shiah, Gwo-Ching Gong, Kuo-Ping Chiang, 2003. Planktonic community respiration in the East China Sea importance of microbial consumption of organic carbon. Deep-Sea Research II. 50:1311–1325.
Kae-Yih Wang, Cheng-Hsin Liao, Kuo-Tien Lee, 2008. Population and maturation dynamics of the swordtip squid (Photololigo edulis) in the southern East China Sea. Fisheries Research. 90: 178–186.
Yongsong Qiu, Yuezhong Wang, Zuozhi Chen, 2008. Runoff- and monsoon-driven variability of fish production in East China Seas. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 77:23-34.
Fuh-Kwo Shiah, Gwo-Ching Gong, Chung-Chi Chen, 2003. Seasonal and spatial variation of bacterial production in the continental shelf of the East China Sea possible controlling mechanisms and potential roles in carbon cycling. Deep-Sea Research II. 50:1295–1309.
Gen Minagawa, Michael J. Miller, Yobuo Kimura, Shun Watanabe, Akira Shinoda, Jun Aoyama, Katsumi Tsukamoto, 2003. Seasonal differences in catches of leptocephali in the East China Sea and Suruga Bay, Japan. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 71: 730-740.
Jeng Chang, Kuo-Ping Chiang, Gwo-Ching Gong, 2000. Seasonal variation and cross-shelf distribution of the nitrogen-fixing cyanobacterium, Trichodesmium, in southern East China Sea. Continental Shelf Research. 20:479-492.
Gwo-Ching Gong, Fuh-Kwo Shiah, Kon-Kee Liu, Yun-Ho Wen, Ming-Hsin Liang, 2000. Spatial and temporal variation of chlorophyll a, primary productivity and chemical hydrography in the southern East China Sea. Continental Shelf Research. 20:411-436.
Kuo-Ping Chiang, Min-Chieh Kuo, Jeng Chang, Ru-Huey Wang, Gwo-Ching Gong, 2002. Spatial and temporal variation of the Synechococcus population in the East China Sea and its contribution to phytoplankton biomass. Continental Shelf Research. 22:3–13.
Jin-Yeong Kim, Young-Shil Kang, Hyun-ju Oh,Young-Sang Suh, Jae-Dong Hwang, 2005. Spatial distribution of early life stages of anchovy Engraulis japonicus and hairtail Trichiurus lepturus and their relationship with oceanographic features of the East China Sea during the 1997-1998 El Nino Event. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 63:13–21.
Chiyuki Sassa, Youichi Tsukamoto, Kou Nishiuchi, Yoshinobu Konishi, 2008. Spawning ground and larval transport processes of jack mackerel Trachurus japonicus in the shelf-break region of the southern East China Sea. Continental Shelf Research. 28:2574–2583
Fuh-Kwo Shiah, Kon-Kee Liu, Shuh-Ji Kao, Gwo-Ching Gong, 2000. The coupling of bacterial production and hydrography in the southern East China Sea Spatial patterns in spring and fall. Continental Shelf Research. 20:459-477.
Kuo-Ping Chiang, Chiu-Yi Lin, Chung-Hsien Lee, Fuh-Kwo Shiah, Jeng Chang, 2003. The coupling of oligotrich ciliate populations and hydrography in the East China Sea spatial and temporal variations. Deep-Sea Research II. 50:1279–1293.
Jiang Hong, Cheng He-Qin, Xu Hai-Gen, Francisco Arreguın-Sanchez, Manuel J. Zetina-Rejonc, Pablo Del Monte Luna, William J.F. Le Quesne , 2008. Trophic controls of jellyfish blooms and links with fisheries in the East China Sea. ecological modeling. 2 1 2:492–503.
LI Guosheng,GAO Ping,WANG Fang,LIANG Qian, 2004. Estimation of ocean primary productivity and its spatio-temporal variation mechanism for East China Sea based on VGPM model. Journal of Geographical Sciences. 14(1):32-40.
WU Yu-lin， ZHOU Cheng-xu，ZHANG Yong-shan,2002. VERTICAL PROFILES OF CHL-A AND PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY IN THE MIDDLE CONTINENTAL SHELF AREA AND EDDY AREA OF THE EAST CHINA SEA.. Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology. 20(1):74-80.
Woei-Lih Jeng, Chih-An Huh, 2008. A comparison of sedimentary aliphatic hydrocarbon distribution between East China Sea and southern Okinawa Trough. Continental Shelf Research. 28:582-592.
G. T. F. Wong, G-C. Gong, K-K. Liu and S-C. Pai, ’Excess Nitrate’ in the East China Sea. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 46:411-418.
Zhuo Yi Zhu, Jing Zhang, Ying Wu, Jing Lin, 2006. Bulk particulate organic carbon in the East China Sea : Tidal influence and bottom transport. Progress in Oceanography. 69:37-60
Tokuhiro Nakamura, Kiyoshi Matsumoto, Mitsuo Uematsu, 2005.Chemical characteristics of aerosols transported from Asia to the East China Sea : an evaluation of anthropogenic combined nitrogen deposition in autumn. Atmospheric Environment. 39:1749-1758.
G.S. Zhang, J. Zhang, S.M. Liu, 2007. Chemical composition of atmospheric wet depositions from the Yellow Sea and East China Sea. Atmospheric Research. 85:84-97.
Kon-Kee LIU, 1998. Comments on “the Kuroshio intermediate water is the major source of nutrients on the East China Sea continental shelf” by Chen (1996). OCEANOLOGICA ACTA. 21:709-712
Tokuhiro Nakamura, Hiroshi Ogawa, Dileep Kumar Maripi, Mitsuo Uematsu, 2006. Contribution of water soluble organic nitrogen to total nitrogen in marine aerosols over the East China Sea and western North Pacific. Atmospheric Environment. 40:7259-7264
Kon-Kee Liu, Tswen Yung Tang, Gwo-Ching Gong, Liang-Yu Chen, Fuh-Kwo Shiah, 2000.Cross-shelf and along-shelf nutrient fluxes derived from flow fields and chemical hydrography observed in the southern East China Sea off northern Taiwan. Continental Shelf Research. 20:493-523.
Jeng Chang, Fuh-Kwo Shiah, Gwo-Ching Gong, Kuo Ping Chiang, 2003.Cross-shelf variation in carbon-to-chlorophyll a ratios in the East China Sea, summer 1998. Deep-Sea Research II. 50:1237–1247.
Gui-Peng Yang, Jian-Wu Zhang, Li Li, Jia-Lin Qi, 2000. Dimethylsulfide in the surface water of the East China Sea. Continental Shelf Research. 20:69-82.
J.L. Ren, J. Zhang, J.B. Li, X.Y. Yu, S.M. Liu, E.R. Zhang, 2006. Dissolved aluminum in the Yellow Sea and East China Sea – Al as a tracer of Changjiang (Yangtze River) discharge and Kuroshio incursion. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 68:165-174
S.B. Dai, X.X. Lu, S.L. Yang, A.M. Cai, 2008. A preliminary estimate of human and natural contributions to the decline in sediment flux from the Yangtze River to the East China Sea. Quaternary International.186:43–54.
Jia-Jang Hung, Pao-Lin Lin, Kon-Kee Liu, 2000. Dissolved and particulate organic carbon in the southern East China Sea. Continental Shelf Research. 20:545-569.
Hiroshi Ogawa, Toshihiro Usui, Isao Koike, 2003. Distribution of dissolved organic carbon in the East China Sea. Deep-Sea Research II. 50:353–366.
Guiling Zhang, Jing Zhang, Jingling Ren, Jianbing Li, Sumei Liu, 2008. Distributions and sea-to-air fluxes of methane and nitrous oxide in the North East China Sea in summer. Marine Chemistry. 110:42–55.
J.-J. Hung, C.-H. Chen, G.-C. Gong, D.-D. Sheu, F.-K. Shiah, 2003. Distributions, stoichiometric patterns and cross-shelf exports of dissolved organic matter in the East China Sea. Deep-Sea Research II. 50:1127–1145.
Jota Kandaa, Takayuki Itoh, Daisuke Ishikawa, Yasunori Watanabe, 2003. Environmental control of nitrate uptake in the East China Sea. Deep-Sea Research II. 50:403–422.
J.P. Liu, K.H. Xu, A.C. Li, J.D. Milliman, D.M. Velozzi, S.B. Xiao, Z.S. Yang, 2007. Flux and fate of Yangtze River sediment delivered to the East China Sea. Geomorphology. 85:208–224.
Saulwood Lin, I-Jy Hsieh, Kuo-Ming Huang, Chung-Ho Wang, 2002. Influence of the Yangtze River and grain size on the spatial variations of heavy metals and organic carbon in the East China Sea continental shelf sediments. Chemical Geology. 182:377–394.
Maotian Li, Kaiqin Xu, Masataka Watanabe, Zhongyuan Chen, 2007. Long-term variations in dissolved silicate, nitrogen, and phosphorus flux from the Yangtze River into the East China Sea and impacts on estuarine ecosystem. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 71:3-12.
Lei Gao, Dao-Ji Li, Ping-Xing Ding, 2008. Nutrient budgets averaged over tidal cycles off the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 77:331-336
Bao-dong Wang, Xiu-lin Wang, Run Zhan, 2003. Nutrient conditions in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 58:127–136.
J. Zhang, S.M. Liu, J.L. Ren, Y. Wu, G.L. Zhang , 2007. Nutrient gradients from the eutrophic Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary to the oligotrophic Kuroshio waters and re-evaluation of budgets for the East China Sea Shelf. Progress in Oceanography. 74:449–478.
Tien-Hsi Fang , 2004. Phosphorus speciation and budget of the East China Sea. Continental Shelf Research. 24:1285–1299.
JeongHee Shim, Dongseon Kim, Young Chul Kang, Jae Hak Lee,
Sung-Tae Jang, Cheol-Ho Kim, 2007. Seasonal variations in pCO2 and its controlling factors in surface seawater of the northern East China Sea. Continental Shelf Research. 27:2623–2636.
Shih-Chieh Hsu, Fei-Jan Lin, Woei-Lih Jeng, Tswen Yung Tang, 2003. Spatial distribution of cadmium over a cyclonic eddy in the southern East China Sea. Journal of Marine Systems. 39:153– 166.
Y. Zhang, L. Zhu, X. Zeng, Y. Lin, 2004. The biogeochemical cycling of phosphorus in the upper ocean of the East China Sea. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 60:369-379.
Ying Wu, Thorsten Dittmar, Kai-Uwe Ludwichowski, Gerhard Kattner, Jing Zhang, Zhuo Y. Zhu, Boris P. Koch, 2007. Tracing suspended organic nitrogen from the Yangtze River catchment into the East China Sea. Marine Chemistry. 107:367–377.
Akira Hoshika, Terumi Tanimoto, Yasufumi Mishima, Kazuo Iseki, Kazumaro Okamura, 2003. Variation of turbidity and particle transport in the bottom layer of the East China Sea. Deep-Sea Research II. 50:443–455.
Kon-Kee Liu, Tsung-Hung Peng, Ping-Tung Shaw, Fuh-Kwo Shiah, 2003.Circulation and biogeochemical processes in the East China Sea and the vicinity of Taiwan an overview and a brief synthesis. Deep-Sea Research II. 50:1055–1064
WANG Baodong, WANG Xiulin,2007.Chemical hydrography of coastal upwelling in the East China Sea. Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology. 25(1):16-26.
CHENG Yan，REN Jingling，LI Dandan，LIU Sumei，and ZHANG Jing. 2006. Distribution of Dissolved Inorganic Arsenic and Its Seasonal Variations in the Coastal Area of the East China Sea. Journal of Ocean University of China (Oceanic and Coastal Sea Research). 5(3):243-250.
Zheng Libo, Zhou Huaiyang, Ye Ying, 2004. Laboratory Simulation on Phosphorus Releasing near the Water／Sediment Interface in the East China Sea off the Changjiang Estuary. MARINE SCIENCE BULLETIN. 6(1):26-31.
Wan Xiaofang， Wu Zengmao， Chang Zhiqing, 2003. Reanalysis of the Atmospheric Flux of Nutrient Elements to the Southern Yellow Sea and the East China Sea. MARINE SCIENCE BULLETIN. 5(1):45-51.
ZHU Zhuoyi， WU Ying， ZHANG Jing, WEI Hao,2005. Spatial and temporal variation of particulate organic carbon in the PN section of East China Sea. Acta Oceanologica Sinica. 24(5):89-99.
Chung-Chi Chen a, Gwo-Ching Gong, Fuh-Kwo Shiah，2007. Hypoxia in the East China Sea: One of the largest coastal low-oxygen areas in the world. Marine Environmental Research, 64: 399–408.
Rabouille C, D.J. Conley, M.H. Dai, W.-J. Cai, C.T.A. Chen, B. Lansard, R. Green, K. Yin, P.J. Harrison, M. Dagg, B. McKee, 2008. Comparison of hypoxia among four river-dominated ocean margins: The Changjiang (Yangtze), Mississippi, Pearl, and Rhoˆne rivers. Continental Shelf Research, 28: 1527-1537.Hao Wei, Yunchang He, Qingji Li, Zhiyu Liu, Haitang Wang, 2007. Summer hypoxia adjacent to the Changjiang Estuary. Journal of Marine Systems, 67: 292-303.