Minhan Dai
Minhan Dai
Professor of Marine Biogeochemistry, Xiamen University
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Acidification of subsurface coastal waters enhanced by eutrophication
WJ Cai, X Hu, WJ Huang, MC Murrell, JC Lehrter, SE Lohrenz, WC Chou, ...
Nature geoscience 4 (11), 766, 2011
Spatial and seasonal distributions of carbonaceous aerosols over China
JJ Cao, SC Lee, JC Chow, JG Watson, KF Ho, RJ Zhang, ZD Jin, ZX Shen, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 112 (D22), 2007
Air‐sea exchange of carbon dioxide in ocean margins: A province‐based synthesis
WJ Cai, M Dai, Y Wang
Geophysical Research Letters 33 (12), 2006
First data on trace metal level and behaviour in two major Arctic river-estuarine systems (Ob and Yenisey) and in the adjacent Kara Sea, Russia
MH Dai, JM Martin
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 131 (3-4), 127-141, 1995
The biogeochemistry of inorganic carbon and nutrients in the Pearl River estuary and the adjacent Northern South China Sea
WJ Cai, M Dai, Y Wang, W Zhai, T Huang, S Chen, F Zhang, Z Chen, ...
Continental Shelf Research 24 (12), 1301-1319, 2004
Ultraviolet fluorescence excitation and emission spectroscopy of marine algae and bacteria
S Determann, JM Lobbes, R Reuter, J Rullkötter
Marine Chemistry 62 (1-2), 137-156, 1998
Significance of colloids in the biogeochemical cycling of organic carbon and trace metals in the Venice Lagoon (Italy)
JM Martin, MH Dai, G Cauwet
Limnology and Oceanography 40 (1), 119-131, 1995
High partial pressure of CO2 and its maintaining mechanism in a subtropical estuary: the Pearl River estuary, China
W Zhai, M Dai, WJ Cai, Y Wang, Z Wang
Marine Chemistry 93 (1), 21-32, 2005
Oxygen depletion in the upper reach of the Pearl River estuary during a winter drought
M Dai, X Guo, W Zhai, L Yuan, B Wang, L Wang, P Cai, T Tang, WJ Cai
Marine chemistry 102 (1-2), 159-169, 2006
The significant role of colloids in the transport and transformation of organic carbon and associated trace metals (Cd, Cu and Ni) in the Rhône delta (France)
M Dai, JM Martin, G Cauwet
Marine Chemistry 51 (2), 159-175, 1995
Comparison of hypoxia among four river-dominated ocean margins: The Changjiang (Yangtze), Mississippi, Pearl, and Rhone rivers
C Rabouille, DJ Conley, MH Dai, WJ Cai, CTA Chen, B Lansard, R Green, ...
Continental Shelf Research 28 (12), 1527-1537, 2008
A comparative overview of weathering intensity and HCO3− flux in the world's major rivers with emphasis on the Changjiang, Huanghe, Zhujiang (Pearl) and Mississippi Rivers
WJ Cai, X Guo, CTA Chen, M Dai, L Zhang, W Zhai, SE Lohrenz, K Yin, ...
Continental Shelf Research 28 (12), 1538-1549, 2008
Effect of ocean acidification on microbial diversity and on microbe-driven biogeochemistry and ecosystem functioning
J Liu, MG Weinbauer, C Maier, M Dai, JP Gattuso
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 61 (3), 291-305, 2010
Carbonate system and CO2 degassing fluxes in the inner estuary of Changjiang (Yangtze) River, China
W Zhai, M Dai, X Guo
Marine Chemistry 107 (3), 342-356, 2007
Nitrification and inorganic nitrogen distribution in a large perturbed river/estuarine system: the Pearl River Estuary, China
M Dai, L Wang, X Guo, W Zhai, Q Li, B He, S Kao
Biogeosciences 5, 1227–1244, 2008
Distribution of dissolved organic matter in the Pearl River Estuary, China
J Callahan, M Dai, RF Chen, X Li, Z Lu, W Huang
Marine Chemistry 89 (1-4), 211-224, 2004
Spatial distribution of riverine DOC inputs to the ocean: an updated global synthesis
M Dai, Z Yin, F Meng, Q Liu, WJ Cai
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (2), 170-178, 2012
Bridging between SeaWiFS and MODIS for continuity of chlorophyll-a concentration assessments off Southeastern China
C Zhang, C Hu, S Shang, FE Müller-Karger, Y Li, M Dai, B Huang, X Ning, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 102 (3-4), 250-263, 2006
The role of mega dams in reducing sediment fluxes: A case study of large Asian rivers
H Gupta, SJ Kao, M Dai
Journal of Hydrology 464, 447-458, 2012
On the seasonal variation of air–sea CO2 fluxes in the outer Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary, East China Sea
W Zhai, M Dai
Marine Chemistry 117 (1), 2-10, 2009
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