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71. Tian, Z., Jia, Y., Chen, J., Liu, J.P., Zhang, S., Ji, C., Liu, X., Shan, H., Shi, X., Tian, J., 2021. Internal solitary waves induced deep-water nepheloid layers and seafloor geomorphic changes on the continental slope of the northern South China Sea. Physics of Fluids 33, 053312. https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0045124 . [Citation: 1 ]


70. Du, S., Xiang, R., Liu, J., Yan, H., Sha, L., Liu, J.P., Chen, Z., Ariful Islam, G.M., Dileep Bandara Herath, H.M., 2020. Variable Kuroshio Current intrusion into the northern South China Sea over the last 7.3 kyr. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 110093. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2020.110093. [Citation: 1 ]


69. Li, B., Jia, Y., Liu, J.P., Su, J., Liu, X., Wen, M., 2020. The controlling factors of high suspended sediment concentration in the intertidal flat off the Huanghe River Estuary. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 39, 96-106. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13131-020-1679-9. [Citation: ]


68.Wang, H., Zhang, L., Xiang, R., Liu, J.P., Zhong, F., Qiao, S., Yang, Z., 2020. Holocene paleoenvironmental changes in mud area southwest off Cheju Island, East China Sea: Evidence from benthic foraminiferal assemblages and stable isotope records. Marine Geology, 106319. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2020.106319. [Citation: ]


67. Su, J., Fan, D., Liu, J.P., Wu, Y., 2020. Anatomy of the transgressive depositional system in a sediment-rich tide-dominated estuary: The paleo-Yangtze estuary, China. Marine and Petroleum Geology 121, 104588. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2020.104588.[Citation: 5 ] full text PDF


66. Chen, D., Li, X., Saito, Y., Liu, J.P., Duan, Y., Liu, S.a., Zhang, L., 2020. Recent evolution of the Irrawaddy (Ayeyarwady) Delta and the impacts of anthropogenic activities: A review and remote sensing survey. Geomorphology, 107231. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2020.107231 [Citation: 14 ] full text PDF

     

65. Li, B., Jia, Y., Liu, J.P., Liu, X., Wang, Z., 2020. Effect of Wave, Current, and Lutocline on Sediment Resuspension in Yellow River Delta-Front. Water, 12, 845. 10.3390/w12030845. full text [Citation: 2 ]

64. Liu, J.P., Kuehl, S.A., Pierce, A.C., Williams, J., Blair, N.E., Harris, C., Aung, D.W., Aye, Y.Y., 2020. Fate of Ayeyarwady and Thanlwin Rivers Sediments in the Andaman Sea and Bay of Bengal. Marine Geology, 106137. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2020.106137 [Citation: 13 ] full-text PDF


63. Du, S., Xiang, R., Liu, J., Liu, J.P., Islam, G.M.A., Chen, M., 2020. The present-day atmospheric dust deposition process in the South China Sea. Atmospheric Environment 223, 117261. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2020.117261 [Citation: 2 ]

62. Jia, Y., Tian, Z., Shi, X., Liu, J.P., Chen, J., Liu, X., Ye, R., Ren, Z., Tian, J., 2019. Deep-sea Sediment Resuspension by Internal Solitary Waves in the Northern South China Sea. Scientific Reports, 9, 12137. 10.1038/s41598-019-47886-y. [Citation: 19 ] full-text PDF
In this paper, we estimated that Internal Solitary Waves (ISWs) could induce, suspend, and transport  787 Mt/yr of sediment from shelf to deep-sea areas of the northern South China Sea.

61. Kuehl, S.A., Williams, J., Liu, J.P., Harris, C., Aung, D.W., Tarpley, D., Goodwyn, M., Aye, Y.Y., 2019. Sediment dispersal and accumulation off the Ayeyarwady delta – Tectonic and oceanographic controls. Marine Geology, 417: 106000. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2019.106000. [Citation: 11 ]

60. Wei, W., Dai, Z., Mei, X., Gao, S., Liu, J.P., 2019. Multi-decadal morpho-sedimentary dynamics of the largest Changjiang estuarine marginal shoal: Causes and implications. Land Degradation & Development,. 0. 10.1002/ldr.3410. [Citation: 12 ]

59. Thanh, N.T., Liu, P.J., Dong, M.D., Nhon, D.H., Cuong, D.H., Dung, B.V., Phach, P.V., Thanh, T.D., Hung, D.Q., Nga, N.T., 2018. Late Pleistocene-Holocene sequence stratigraphy of the subaqueous Red River delta and the adjacent shelf. Vietnam Journal of Earth Sciences, 40 (3), 271-287. 10.15625/0866-7187/40/3/12618. full text [Citation: 17 ]

58. Liu, J.P., DeMaster, D.J., Nittrouer, C.A., Eidam, E.F., Nguyen, T.T., 2017. A seismic study of the Mekong subaqueous delta: Proximal versus distal sediment accumulation. Continental Shelf Research, 147: 197-212. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2017.07.009 [Citation: 30 ]
     

57. Thanh, N.T., Stattegger, K., Unverricht, D., Nittrouer, C., Phach, P.V., Liu, P., DeMaster, D., Dung, B.V., Anh, L.D., Dong, M.D., 2017. Surface sediment grain-size distribution and sediment transport in the subaqueous Mekong Delta, Vietnam. VIETNAM JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES 39, 17. https://doi.org/10.15625/0866-7187/39/3/10266.[Citation: 5 ]

56. Liu, J.P., DeMaster, D.J., Nguyen, T.T., Saito, Y., Nguyen, V.L., Ta, T.K.O., Li, X., 2017. Stratigraphic formation of the Mekong River Delta and its recent shoreline changes. Oceanography, 30 (3) 72-83. https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2017.316 [Citation: 39 ]
     

55. DeMaster, D.J., Liu, J.P., Eidam, E., Nittrouer, C.A., Nguyen, T.T., 2017. Determining rates of sediment accumulation on the Mekong shelf: Timescales, steady-state assumptions, and radiochemical tracers. Continental Shelf Research, 147, 182-196. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2017.06.011 [Citation: 16 ]

54. Eidam, E.F., Nittrouer, C.A., Ogston, A.S., DeMaster, D.J. Liu, J.P., Nguyen, T.T. and Nguyen, T.N. 2017. Dynamic controls on shallow clinoform geometry: Mekong Delta, Vietnam. Continental Shelf Research. 147, 165-181. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2017.06.001 [Citation: 36 ]

53. Nittrouer, C.A., DeMaster, D.J., Eidam, E.F., Nguyen, T.T., Liu., J.P., Ogston., A.S. and Phung, P.V., 2017. The Mekong continental shelf: primary sink for deltaic sediment particles and their passengers. Oceanography, 30 (3) 60-70. https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2017.314 [Citation: 17 ]

52. Li, X., Liu, J.P., Saito, Y., Nguyen, V.L., 2017., Recent evolution of the Mekong Delta and the impact of dams. Earth Science Review, 175: 1-17. *corresponding author. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.earscirev.2017.10.008 [Citation: 100 ]

*51. Wei, W., Dai, Z., Mei, X., Liu, J.P., Gao, S., Li, S., 2017. Shoal morphodynamics of the Changjiang (Yangtze) estuary: Influences from river damming, estuarine hydraulic engineering and reclamation projects. Marine Geology, 386, 32-43. * (Advised student) http://doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2017.02.013 [Citation: 33 ]

50. Li, X., Liu, J.P., Tian, B., 2016. Evolution of the Jiuduansha wetland and the impact of navigation works in the Yangtze Estuary, China. Geomorphology, 253, 328-339. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.10.031 [Citation: 28 ]

49. Gao, S., Liu, Y., Yang., Y. Liu, J. P. Zhag Y., Wang., Y.P. 2015. Evolution status of distal mud deposits associated with the Pearl River, northern South China Sea continental shelf, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, Vol. 114, Part 3, 562–573. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jseaes.2015.07.024 [Citation: 23 ]

*48. Xia, F., Zhang, Y.Z., Wang, R.F., Liu, J.P., Zhang, Z.K, Peng, X.Q., 2015. Review for the studies on sedimentation range of the Abandoned Yellow River subaqueous delta, North Jiangsu plain coast. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, Vol 70 , No. 1, 29-48. (Advised student) [Citation: 8 ]

*47. Ge, Q., Liu, J.P., Xue, Z., Chu, F., 2014. Dispersal of the Zhujiang River (Pearl River) derived sediment in the Holocene. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, Vol 33, Issue 8, pp 1-9. (Advised student) [Citation: 36 ]

46. Zhou, L., Liu, J., Saito, Y., Liu, P., Li, G., Liu, Q., Gao, M., Qiu, J., 2014. Fluvial system development and subsequent marine transgression in Yellow River (Huanghe) delta and its adjacent sea regions during last glacial maximum to early Holocene. Continental Shelf Research 90, 117-132. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2014.06.012 [Citation: 26 ]

45. Liu, J., Kong, X., Saito, Y., Liu, P., Yang, Z., Wen, C., 2013. Subaqueous deltaic formation of the Old Yellow River (AD 1128–1855) on the western South Yellow Sea. Marine Geology, 344, 19-33. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2013.07.003 [Citation: 54 ]

*44. Xia, F., Yin, Y, Wang, Q.,, Zhang, Y.Z., Liu J.P.. 2013 Sequence Stratigraphy of the Central Part of North Jiangsu Coasts since Late MIS 3, Eastern China. Acta Geologica Sinica, 2012, 86(10): 1696-1712. (Advised student) [Citation: 10 ]

* 43. Xia, F., Zhang, Y.Z., Wang, Q., Yin Y., Karl W. Wegmann, K.W., Liu, J.P.. 2013. Evolution of sedimentary environments of the middle Jiangsu coast, South Yellow Sea since late MIS 3. Journal of Geographical Sciences, 23(5): 883-914. http://doi.org/10.1007/s11442-013-1051-5. (Advised student) [Citation: 2 ]

42. Liu, J.P. and Wang, H.J. 2013. Flux and fate of the Yellow River-derived Sediment to the Sea, Biogeochemical Dynamics at major River-Coastal Interfaces: Linkages with Global Climate change. Ed. By Tom Bianchi. Cambridge Press. 138-154. [Citation: ]

*41. Xue, Z., Liu, J.P., DeMaster, D.J., Leithold, E.L., Wan, S., Ge, Q., Nguyen, V.L., Ta, T.K.O., 2014. Sedimentary processes on the Mekong subaqueous delta: Clay mineral and geochemical analysis. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. Vol.79. 520-528. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.jseaes.2012.07.012 (Advised student) [Citation: 35 ]

* 40. Xue, Z., He, R., Liu, J.P., Warner, J.C., 2012. Modeling transport and deposition of the Mekong River sediment.. Continental Shelf Research, Vol. 37. p66–78. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2012.02.010 [Citation: 82 ] (Advised student)


39. Xu, K.H., Li, A.C., Liu, J.P., Milliman, J.D., Yang, Z.S., Liu, C.S., Kao, S.J., Wan, S.M., Xu, F.J., 2012.. Provenance, structure, and formation of the mud wedge along inner continental shelf of the East China Sea: A synthesis of the Yangtze dispersal system. Marine Geology, 291-294, pp. 176-191. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2011.06.003 [Citation: 210 ]

*38. Ge, Q., Liu, J.P., Chu, F.Y., Xue, Z, Liu, C.Q., 2011. The records of the East Asian monsoon from mud area on the East China Sea shelf since the Holocene sea-level highstand. Marine Science, 35 (7): 101-106. (Advised student) [Citation: ]

*37. Ge Q., Liu J.P., Chu F.y., Du Y.S., Xue Z., 2010. Holocene Event 3 and Ancient Cultural Transition, Geological Science and Technology Information, 29 (3), 15-22. (Advised student) [Citation: ]

*36. Ge, Q., Chu, F., Xue, Z., Liu, J., Du, Y., Fang, Y., 2010. Paleoenvironmental records from the northern South China Sea since the Last Glacial Maximum. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, Volume: 29 Issue: 3 Pages: 46-62 Published: MAY 2010 [Citation: 3 ]

*35. Xue, Z., Liu, J.P., Ge, Q.A., 2011.Changes in hydrology and sediment delivery of the Mekong River in the last 50 years: connection to damming, monsoon, and ENSO. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 35. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/esp.2036 [Citation: 141 ] (Advised student)

34. Qiao, S., Yang, Z., Liu, J., Sun, X., Xiang, R., Shi, X., Fan, D., Saito, Y., 2011. Records of late-Holocene East Asian winter monsoon in the East China Sea: Key grain-size component of quartz versus bulk sediments, Quaternary International, 230, 106-114. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2010.01.020. [Citation: 43 ]

*33. Xue, Z., Liu, J.P., DeMaster, D.J., Nguyen, V. L., Ta, T.K.O., 2010. Late Holocene Evolution of the Mekong Subaqueous Delta, Southern Vietnam. Marine Geology, Vol.269, No.1-2, Page 46-60. http://doi.org/10.1016/J.Margeo.2009.12.005 (Advised student) [Citation: 153 ] * Corresponding author

32. Liu J.P., Xue Z., Ross K., Wang H.J., Yang Z.S., Li A.C., Gao S. 2009. Fate of sediments delivered to the sea by Asian large rivers: Long-distance transport and formation of remote alongshore clinothems. SEPM-The Sedimentary Record, Vol. 7, No. 4, Page 4-9. [Citation: 173 ]

31. Yu, H., Liu, Z., Berne, S., Jia, G., Xiong, Y., Dickens, G., Wei, G., Shi, X., Liu, J., Chen, F., 2009. Variations in temperature and salinity of the surface water above the middle Okinawa Trough during the past 37 kyr. Palaeogeog. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol. 281, 154-164. [Citation: 59 ]

30. K. Cepero-Pérez, J. P. Liu, C. Aschwanden, S. Reed., 2009, Inundation Mapping employing Hydraulic Modeling and GIS: Case Study of Tar River at Greenville, NC during hurricane Floyd. 24th Conference on Hydrology, AMS Annual Meeting Manuscript P.443

29. Chu, Z. X., S. K. Zhai, X. X. Lu, J. P. Liu, J. X. Xu, and K. H. Xu. 2009. A quantitative assessment of human impacts on decrease in sediment flux from major Chinese rivers entering the western Pacific Ocean, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 36, L19603, http://doi.org/10.1029/2009GL039513 [Citation: 88 ]

28. Xu, K.H., Milliman, J.D., Li, A.C., Liu, J. P., Kao, S.J. and Wan, S.M., 2009. Yangtze- and Taiwan-Derived Sediments in the Inner Shelf of East China Sea, Continental Shelf Research, 29, 2240–2256. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2009.08.017. [Citation: 246 ]

27. Liu, J., Liu, C., Xu, K., Milliman, J.D., Chiu, J., Kao, S., Lin, S., 2008. Flux and Fate of Small Mountainous Rivers Derived Sediments into the Taiwan Strait. Marine Geology, 256 (1-4), 65-76. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2008.09.007. [Citation: 195 ]


26. Wang Z.H., Liu, J.P., Zhao B.C., 2008. Holocene depocenter shift in the middle-lower Changjiang River basins and coastal area in response to sea level change, Frontiers of Earth Science in China, FES-08052-WZH.3d. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11707-008-0017-x [Citation: 7 ]

25. Wang, H.J., Yang, Z.S., Wang, Y., Saito, Y. and Liu, J.P. (2008) Reconstruction of sediment flux from the Changjiang (Yangtze River) to the sea since the 1860s. Journal of Hydrology, Vol. 349, Issues 3-4, pp. 318-332. [Citation: 196 ]

24. Milliman, J.D. Lin, S.W. Kao, S. J. Liu, J. P. Liu, C.S. Chiu J. K. and Lin, Y.C., 2007, Short-term Changes in Seafloor Character due to Flood-Derived Hyperpycnal Discharge: Typhoon Mindulle, Taiwan, July 2004, Geology, vol. 35, no.9, p.779-782. htpp://doi.org/ 10.1130/g23760a.1 [Citation: 119 ]

23. Yang, Z.S. and Liu J.P. *, 2007. A unique Yellow River derived distal subaqueous delta in the Yellow Sea. Marine Geology, 240, 169-176. * Corresponding author http://doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2007.02.008. [Citation: 301 ]

22. Liu, Z., Berné, S., Saito, Y., Yu, H., Trentesaux, A., Uehara, K., Yin, P., Paul Liu, J., Li, C., Hu, G., Wang, X., 2007.. Internal architecture and mobility of tidal sand ridges in the East China Sea, Continental Shelf Research, 27, 1820-1834. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2007.03.002 [Citation: 99 ]

21. Liu, J.P., Xu, K.H., Li, A.C., Milliman, J.D., Velozzi, D.M., Xiao, S.B., Yang Z.S., 2007. Flux and Fate of Yangtze River Sediment Delivered to the East China Sea, Geomorphology, 85 (3-4), 208-224. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2006.03.023. [Citation: 867 ]

20. Wang, H.J., Yang, Z.S., Saito, Y., Liu, J.P., Sun, X.X., Wang, Y., 2007. Stepwise decreases of the Huanghe (Yellow River) sediment load (1950-2005): Impacts of climate change and human activities. Global and Planetary Change, 57, 331-354. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2007.01.003. [Citation: 665 ]

19. Liu, C., Liu, J., Milliman, J.D., Lin, S., 2006. Tectonic-Climatic Controls on Lanyang River(Taiwan) Discharge to the Southwestern Okinawa Trough. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 87 (36). [Citation: 5 ]

18. Liu, J.P., Li, A.C., Xu, K.H., Veiozzi, D.M., Yang, Z.S., Milliman, J.D., DeMaster, D., 2006. Sedimentary features of the Yangtze River-derived along-shelf clinoform deposit in the East China Sea, Continental Shelf Research, Vol. 26, pages 2141-2156. http://Doi.org10.1016/j.csr.2006.07.013. [Citation: 539 ]

17. Xiao, S.B., Li, A.C., Liu, J.P., Chen, M.H., Zheng, F., Xie, Q., Jiang, F.Q., Li, T.G. 2006. Coherence between solar activity and the East Asian winter monsoon in the past 8000 years from Yangtze River-derived mud in the East China Sea. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Vol: 237, No. 2-4, page 293-304. [Citation: 198 ]

16 Wang, H., Yang, Z., Saito, Y., Liu, J., Sun, X., 2006.Interannual and seasonal variation of the Huanghe (Yellow River) water discharge over the past 50 years: connections to impacts from ENSO events and dams. Global and Planetary Change, 50, 212-225. http://doi.org/ 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2006.01.005 [Citation: 471 ]

15. Xiao, S.B., Li, A.C., Chen M.H., Liu, J.P., Li, Q.Y., Jiang, F.Q., Li, T.G., Xie, Q., Xiang, R., Chen, Z., 2005. Recent 8 ka Mud Records of the East Asian Winter Monsoon from the Inner Shelf of the East China Sea. Earth Science-Journal of China University of Geosciences, Vol. 30 No. 5. 1-9. [Citation: 69 ]

14. Liu, J.P., Milliman, J.D., Gao, S. and Cheng, P., 2004. Holocene development of the Yellow River's subaqueous delta, North Yellow Sea. Marine Geology, 209(1-4): 45-67. [Citation: 713 ]

13. Liu, J.P. Milliman, J.D. 2004. Reconsidering Melt-water Pulses 1A and 1B: Global Impacts of Rapid Sea-Level Rise, Journal of Ocean University of China, Vol.3, No.2, 183-190. [Citation: 123 ]

12. Liu, J.P., Milliman, J.D. and Gao, S., 2002. The Shandong mud wedge and post-glacial sediment accumulation in the Yellow Sea. Geo-Marine Letters, 21(4): 212-218. [Citation: 159 ]

11. Cheng, P., Gao, S, Liu, J.P., Guan, Z.Z., Wang, G.Z. and Milliman, J,D.,2001. Preliminary study of Holocene sediments distribution over the Northwestern Yellow Sea. Quaternary Research, 3,79. [Citation: 14 ]

10. Liu, J.P., Cheng, P., Gao, S. Farnsworth K. and Milliman, J.D. 1999, A preliminary report about the recent cruise in the North Yellow Sea and Bohai Strait. Land-Sea Link in Asia, 44-48.

9. Yang, Z.S., Milliman, J.D., Galler, J., Liu, J.P., and Sun, X.G. 1998. Yellow River's Water and Sediment Discharge Decreasing Steadily, EOS, Vol.79, No. 48. [Citation: 123 ]

8. Yu, H.J., Liu, J.P., Shan, Q.M, 1998. Probe into the origin, development and evolution model of shelf desertizational environment in the last stage of Pleistocene. Chin. J. Oceanol. and Limnol. Vol.16, no.4. p326-332.

7. Zhao, S.L., Yu, H.J., Liu, J.P., 1997. Origin, development and evolutionary model of shelf desertization environment in late stage of Upper Pleistocene, Science in China (D), Vol.40 No.2: 207-214. [Citation: 36 ]

6. Liu, J.P., 1996. Cold-dry environment extended into the shelf during the LGM period. Marine Sciences, 2:28-30.

5. Liu, J.P., Lin, J., 1995. The variation of Typhoon of the North-West Pacific during the Last Glacial Period and its Influence on the Shelf Environment, Marine Sciences, 5:26-28.

4. Liu, J.P., Yu, H.J., 1995. Origin of the buried and exposed loess in the China's coastal zone, Dedicated to 14th INQUA Congress Collection, Berlin, Geological Hazards and Environmental Studies of China Offshore Areas, 164-168.

3. Liu, J.P., 1995. The paleooceanographic features in the northwest Pacific region during the LGM period, Marine Sciences, 3:14-16.

2. Liu, J.P., Zhao S.L., 1995. The origin of the exposed loess along coastal zone and the buried loess in the Bohai Sea bottom. Oceanloga Et Limnologia Sinica, 4:366-371. [Citation: 12 ]

1. Zhao, S.L., Liu, J.P., 1995. Transgressions and rapid changes in the Bohai Sea area since Late Pleistocene. Scientia Geologica Sinica, Supplementary (I), 239-245.

Book Chapters Liu J.P, 2004. Tidal sand ridges deposits in the eastern Yellow Sea, Chapter-8 in the book of Tidal Sand Ridges edited by Liu Zhenxia. China Ocean Press, 2004.

Liu, J.P., Wang, H.J., 2013. Flux and fate of the Yellow River-derived Sediment to the Sea, Chapter-6 in the book of Biogeochemical Dynamics at major River-Coastal Interfaces: Linkages with Global Climate change. Ed. By Tom Bianchi. Cambridge Press. 2013.