Dr. Tung-Yuan Ho
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Dr. Tung-Yuan Ho


Research Fellow

Add:128 Sec. 2, Academia Rd., Nankang Taipei 115, Taiwan
Tel:+886-2-2653-9885 ext.858
Fax:+886-2-2783-3584
E-mail: tyho@gate.sinica.edu.tw
Website:Marine Biogeochemistry Laboratory

Education

2000:Ph.D., Marine Sciences Research Center, State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA
1994:M.S., Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
1989:B.S., Department of Marine Resources, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan

Professional Experiences

  • 2017/1-now:Research Fellow, Research Center for Environmental Changes (RCEC), Academia Sinica
  • 2012-2017:Associate Research Fellow, RCEC, Academia Sinica
  • 2006-2012:Assistant Research Fellow, RCEC, Academia Sinica
  • 2006-2006:Assistant Professor, Institute of Marine Environmental Chemistry and Ecology, National Taiwan Ocean Univeristy, Taiwan
  • 2004-2006:Assistant Professor, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
  • 2003-2004:Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica
  • 2000-2003:Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Geosciences, Princeton University, USA
Research Specialties

Marine Biogeochemistry, Chemical Oceanography, Marine Orangic Geochemistry, Environmental Analytical Chemistry

Honors & Academic ServiceTop

Publications (submitted, in revision, accepted and published)Top

  1. Pan, X., G.T.F. Wong, T.-Y. Ho, J.-H. Tai, H.B. Liu, J.J. Liu, and F.-K. Shiah (under review) Remote sensing of surface [nitrite+nitrate] in shelf waters: the northern South China Sea Shelf-sea. Remote Sensing of Environment.
  2. Rodriguez, I. B. and T.-Y. Ho (under review) Interactive effects of spectral quality and trace metal availability on the growth of Trichodesmium and Symbiodinium.
  3. Pai, S.-C., S. Jan, T.-Y. Ho, J.-Y. Liu, K.-S. Chu, W.-H. Lee, C.-Y. Wang, P.-Y. Huang, H.-Y. Hsu, and Y.-J. Yang (2017) Using major nutrient concentrations to derive vertical movement of water masses in the coastal region of eastern Taiwan. Journal of Oceanography doi 10.1007/s10872-017-0427-z. <PDF>
  4. Liao, W.-H., S.-C. Yang, and T.-Y. Ho (2017) Trace metal composition of size-fractionated plankton in the Western Philippine Sea: The impact of anthropogenic aerosol deposition. Limnology and Oceanography doi: 10.1002/lno.10564. <PDF>
  5. Chien, C.-T., T.-Y. Ho, M. E. Sanborn, Q.-Z. Yin, and A. Paytan (2017) Lead concentrations and isotopic compositions in the Western Philippine Sea. Marine Chemistry 189: 10-16.<PDF>
  6. Rodriguez I. B., S. Lin, J. Ho, and T.-Y. Ho (2016) Effects of trace metal concentrations on the growth of the coral endosymbiont Symbiodinium kawagutii. Frontiers in Microbiology 7:82 doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2016.00082. <PDF>
  7. Yang, S.-C., D.-C. Lee, and T.-Y. Ho (2015) Cd isotopic composition in the suspended and sinking particles of the surface water of the South China Sea: the effects of biotic activities. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 428: 63-72. <PDF>
  8. Rodriguez, I. B. and T.-Y. Ho (2015) Influence of Co and B12 on the growth and nitrogen fixation of Trichodesmium. Frontiers in Microbiology 6:623 doi:10.3389/fmicb.2015.00623. <PDF>
  9. Ho, T.-Y., X. Pan, H.-H. Yang, G. T. F. Wong, F.-K. Shiah (2015) Controls on temporal and spatial variations of phytoplankton pigment distribution in the Northern South China Sea. Deep-Sea Research II 117: 65-85. <PDF>
  10. Wong, G. T. F., X. Pan, K.-Y. Li, F.-K. Shiah, T.-Y. Ho, and X. Guo (2015) Hydrography and nutrient dynamics in the Northern South China Sea Shelf-sea (NoSoCS). Deep-Sea Research II 117: 23-40. <PDF>
  11. Pan, X., G. T. F. Wong, J.-H. Tai and T.-Y. Ho (2015) Climatology of physical hydrographic and biological characteristics of the Northern South China Sea Shelf-sea (NoSoCS) and adjacent waters: Observations from satellite remote sensing. Deep-Sea Research II 117: 10-22. <PDF>
  12. Lin, Y.-C., J.-P. Chen, T.-Y. Ho, and I-C. Tsai (2015) Atmospheric iron deposition in the northwestern Pacific Ocean and its adjacent marginal seas: The importance of coal burning. Global Biogeochemical Cycles doi:10.1002/2013GB004795. <PDF>
  13. Yang, S.-C., D.-C. Lee, T.-Y. Ho, L.-S. Wen, and H.-H. Yang (2014) The isotopic composition of dissolved cadmium in the water column of the West Philippine Sea. Frontiers in Marine Science doi:10.3389/fmars.2014.00061. <PDF>
  14. Wang, B.-S. C.-P. Lee, and T.-Y. Ho (2014) Trace metal determination in natural waters by automated solid phase extraction system and ICP-MS: the influence of low level Mg and Ca. Talanta 128:337-344. <PDF>
  15. Rodriguez, I. B. and T.-Y. Ho (2014) Diel nitrogen fixation pattern of Trichodesmium: the interactive control of light and Ni. Scientific Reports /4:4445/DOI: 10.1038/srep04445. <PDF>
  16. Yang S.-C., D.-C. Lee, and T.-Y. Ho (2014) Reply to the “Comment by Murphy et al. (2014) on ‘the isotopic composition of Cadmium in the water column of the South China Sea’”. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 134: 339-341. <PDF>
  17. Chan, I., J.-J. Hung, S.-H. Peng, L.-C. Tseng, T.-Y. Ho, and J.-S. Hwang (2014) Comparison of metal accumulation in the azooxanthellate scleractinian coral (Tubastraea coccinea) from different polluted environments. Marine Pollution Bulletin 85: 648-658. <PDF>
  18. Liu, H.-C., C.-Y. Shih, G.-C. Gong, T.-Y. Ho, F.-K. Shiah, C.-H. Hsieh, and J. Chang (2013) Discrimination between the influences of river discharge and coastal upwelling on summer microphytoplankton phosphorus stress in the East China Sea. Continental Shelf Research 60: 104-112. <PDF>
  19. Ho, T.-Y., T.-H. Chu, and C.-L. Hu (2013) Interrelated influence of light and Ni on Trichodesmium growth. Frontiers in Microbiology. doi: 10.3389/ fmicb.2013.00139. <PDF>
  20. Ho, T.-Y. (2013) Nickel limitation of nitrogen fixation in Trichodesmium. Limnology and Oceanography 58: 112-120. <PDF>
  21. Pan X.-J., G. T. F. Wong, T.-Y. Ho, F.-K. Shiah, and H.-B. Liu (2013) Remote sensing of picophytoplankton distribution in the northern South China Sea. Remote Sensing of Environment 128: 162-175. <PDF>
  22. Yang S.-C., D.-C. Lee, and T.-Y. Ho (2012) The isotopic composition of Cadmium in the water column of the South China Sea. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 98: 66-77. <PDF>
  23. Pan X.-J. , G. T. F. Wong, F.-K. Shiah, and T.-Y. Ho (2012) Enhancement of biological productivity by internal waves: observations in the summertime in the northern South China Sea. Journal of Oceanography doi:10.1007/s10872-012-0107-y. <PDF>
  24. Guo C., J. Yu, T.-Y. Ho, L. Wang, S. Song, L. Kong, and H. Liu (2012) Dynamics of phytoplankton community structure in the South China Sea in response to the East Asian aerosol input. Biogeosciences 9: 1519-1536. <PDF>
  25. Ho, T.-Y., W.-C. Chou, H.-L. Lin, and D. D. Sheu (2011) Trace metal cycling in the deep water of the South China Sea: The composition, sources, and fluxes of sinking particles. Limnology and Oceanography 56: 1225-1243. <PDF>
  26. Lin, I.-I., C. Hu, Y.-H. Li, T.-Y. Ho, T. Fischer, C.-W. Huang, J. F. Wu, D. A. Chu, G. T. F. Wong, D.-S. Ko, and J.-P. Chen (2011) Fertilization potential of volcanic dust in the low nutrient low chlorophyll western North Pacific Subtropical Gyre – satellite evidence and laboratory study. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 25, GB1006: doi:10.1029/2009GB003758. <PDF>
  27. Ho, T.-Y., C.-T. Chien, B.-N. Wang, and A. Siriraks (2010) Determination of trace metals in seawater by an automated flow injection ion chromatograph pretreatment system with ICPMS. Talanta 82: 1478-1484. <PDF>
  28. Ho, T.-Y., W.-C. Chou, C.-L. Wei, F.-J. Lin, G. T. F. Wong, and H.-L. Lin (2010) Trace metal cycling in the surface water of the South China Sea: Vertical fluxes, composition, and sources. Limnology and Oceanography 55: 1807-1820. <PDF>
  29. Ho, T.-Y., C.-F. You, W.-C. Chou, S.-C. Pai, L.-S. Wen, and D. D. Sheu (2009) Cadmium and phosphorus cycling in the water column of the South China Sea: the roles of biotic and abiotic particles. Marine Chemistry 115: 125-133. <PDF>
  30. Ho, T.-Y., L.-S. Wen, C.-F. You, and D.-C. Lee (2007) The trace metal composition of size-fractionated plankton in the South China Sea: biotic versus abiotic sources. Limnology and Oceanography 52: 1776-1788. <PDF>
  31. Ho, T.-Y. (2006) The trace metal composition of marine microalgae in cultures and natural assemblages. pp 271-299. In Algal Cultures, Analogues of blooms and Applications. Edited by DV Subba Rao, Science Publishers, New Hampshire, USA. <PDF>
  32. Sternberg, E., D. G. Tang, T.-Y. Ho, C. Jeandel, and F. M. M. Morel (2005) Barium uptake and adsorption in diatoms. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69: 2745-2752. <PDF>
  33. Ho, T.-Y., Y. Astor, R. Varela, G. T. Taylor, F. Muller-Karger, and M. I. Scranton (2004) Vertical and temporal variability of redox zonation in the water column of the Cariaco Basin: implications for organic carbon oxidation pathways. Marine Chemistry 86: 89-104. <PDF>
  34. Ho, T.-Y., A. Quigg, Z. V. Finkel, A. J. Milligan, K. Wyman, P. G. Falkowski, and F. M. M. Morel (2004) The elemental composition of some marine phytoplankton (Corrigendum). Journal of Phycology 40: 226-227. <PDF>
  35. Quigg A., Z. V. Finkel, A. J. Irwin, Y. Rosenthal, T.-Y. Ho, J. R. Reinfelder, O. Schofield, F. M. M. Morel, and P. G. Falkowski (2003) The evolutionary inheritance of elemental stoichiometry in marine phytoplankton. Nature 425: 291-294. <PDF>
  36. Ho, T.-Y., A. Quigg, Z. V. Finkel, A. J. Milligan, K. Wyman, P. G. Falkowski, and F. M. M. Morel (2003) The elemental composition of some marine phytoplankton. Journal of Phycology 39: 1145-1159. <PDF>
  37. Ho, T.-Y., M. I. Scranton, G. T. Taylor, R. C. Thunell, R. Varela, and F. Muller-Karger (2002) Acetate cycling in the water column of the Cariaco Basin: seasonal and vertical variability, and implication for carbon cycling. Limnology and Oceanography 47: 1119-1128. <PDF>
  38. Taylor, G. T., M. Iabichella, T.-Y. Ho, M. I. Scranton, R. Varela, and R. Thunell (2001) Chemoautotrophy in the redox transition zone of the Cariaco Basin: a significant midwater source of organic carbon production. Limnology and Oceanography 46: 148-163. <PDF>
  39. Scranton M. I., Y. Astor, R. Bohrer, T.-Y. Ho, and F. Muller-Karger (2001) Controls on temporal variability of the geochemistry of the deep Cariaco Basin. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers 48: 1605-1625. <PDF>
  40. Muller-Karger, F., R. Varela, R. Thunell, M. Scranton, R. Bohrer, G. Taylor, J. Capelo, Y. Astor, E. Tappa, T.-Y. Ho, and J. J. Walsh (2001) Annual cycle of primary production in the Cariaco Basin: Response to upwelling and implication for vertical export. Journal of Geophysical Research 106: 4527-4542. <PDF>
  41. Muller-Karger, F. E., R. Varela, R. Thunell, M. I. Scranton, R. Bohrer, G. T. Taylor, J. Capelo, Y. Astor, E. Tappa, T.-Y. Ho, M. Iabichella, J. J. Walsh, and J. R. Diaz (2000) The CARIACO Project: understanding the link between the ocean surface and the sinking flux of particulate carbon in the Cariaco Basin. EOS Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81: 529 & 534-535.
  42. Pai, S.-C., S.-W. Chung, T.-Y. Ho, and Y.-J. Tsau (1996) Determination of nano-molar levels of nitrite in natural water by spectrophotometry after pre-concentration using Sep-Pak C18 cartridge. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry 62: 175-189. <PDF>