• 蔣國平  學術著作
  • 特聘教授
    年齡 59
    學位 日本東北大學海洋環境學博士
    專長 海洋植物性浮游生物與微生物環生態學
    學術榮譽 本校93學年度教學優良教師,本校98學年度學術優良教師,本校101學年度教學優良教師,本校102年度特聘教授
    研究計畫 東海長期觀測與研究整合計畫(國家科學委員會)
    學術委員 國科會自然處海洋科學學門審議委員
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    (A)期刊論文(SCI:2014)

    1.          Tsai, S.-F., W.-T. Chen and K.-P. Chiang* 2015. Phylogenetic Position of the Genus Cyrtostrombidium, with a Description of Cyrtostrombidium paralongisomum nov. spec. and a Redescription of Cyrtostrombidium longisomum Lynn & Gilron, 1993 (Protozoa, Ciliophora) Based on Live Observation, Protargol Impregnation, and 18S rDNA Sequences, J. Eukaryot. Microbiol., 62 239-248 (IF=3.217, Microbiology: 37/119=31%, : 2)

    2.          Chan Y-F, K-P Chiang*, J Chang, Ø Moestrup and C-C Chung 2014 Strains of the Morphospecies Ploeotia costata (Euglenozoa) Isolated from the Western North Pacific (Taiwan) Reveal Substantial Genetic Differences. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 62 318-326 (IF=3.217, Microbiology: 37/119=31%, : 0)

    3.          Tsai A-Y*, G-C Gong, K-P Chiang. P-J Chien and C-F Chao 2014 Picoplankton dynamics and their trophic roles in the microbial food web processes in the southern East China Sea upwelling region during summe. Terrest. Atmosp. Ocean. Sci, 25 (3), 435-448.  (IF=0.703, Oceanography: 48/61=79%, : 1)r

    4.          Lin Y-C, C-C Chung, G-C Gong and K-P Chiang* 2014 The occurrence of haptohyte bloom in the East China Sea, Aquat. Microb. Ecol.,72: 227-240 (IF=1.967, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 30/103=29%, : 0)

    5.          Chiang K-P*, A-Y Tsai, P-J Tsai, G-C Gong and B-Q Huang and S-F Tsai 2014 The influence of nanoflagellates on the spatial variety of picoplankton and the carbon flow of the microbial food web in the oligotrophic subtropical pelagic continental shelf ecosystem, Cont. Shelf Res., 80: 57-66 (IF=1.892 Oceanography: 24/61=39%, : 1)

    6.          Tsai A-Y*, G-C Gong, K-P Chiang and J Hung 2013 How important is viral effect on the measured bacterial growth in western subtropical Pacific coastal water, J. Mar. Sci. Tech.-Taiw., 21(suppl.) S241-S245. (IF=0.379, Engineering, Multidisciplinary 74/85=87%, : 1)

    7.          Cheng C-H*, T Kawasaki, K-P Chiang and C-H Ho 2013 Alternative assement methods applied to the hairtail (Trichiurus lepturus) stock in the Aru Sea as an example, J. Mar. Sci. Tech.-Taiw., 21(suppl.) S223-S229. (IF=0.379, Engineering, Multidisciplinary 74/85=87%, : 1)

    8.          Chao C-F, B-W Wang, C-H Cheng and K-P Chiang* 2013 The diel dynamics of ciliate community in a Tide-Pool. J. Mar. Sci. Tech.-Taiw., 21(suppl.) S216-S222. (IF=0.379, Engineering, Multidisciplinary 74/85=87%, : 1)

    9.          Chao C-F, A-Y Tsai, A Ishikawa and K-P Chiang * 2013 Seasonal Dynamics of Ciliate Cysts and the Impact of Short-Term Change of Salinity in a Eutrophic Coastal Marine Ecosystem. Terrest. Atmosp. Ocean. Sci, 24, 1054-1062. (NSC 95-2611-M-019-022, SCI)  (IF=0.703, Oceanography: 48/61=79%, : 0)

    10.      Liu K-K*, S-J Kao, K-P Chiang, G-C Gong, J Chang, J-S Cheng and C-Y Lan 2013 Concentration dependent nitrogen isotope fractionation during ammonium uptake by phytoplankton under an algal bloom condition in the Danshuei estuary, northern Taiwan. Mar. Chem. 157, 242-252 (IF=2.735, Oceanography: 10/61=16%, :5)

    11.      Tsai*, A.-Y., G.-C. Gong, R. W. Sanders and K.-P. Chiang 2013 Relationship of Synechococcus abundance to seasonal ocean temperature. Terrest. Atmosp. Ocean. Sci, 24, 925-932. (NSC 97-2917-I-564-153, SCI)  (IF=0.703, Oceanography: 48/61=79%, : 1)

    12.      Chen J.-Y., A.-Y. Tsai, G.-C. Gong and K.-P. Chiang* 2012 Grazing pressure by ciliates on the nanoflagellate community in a subtropical pelagic continental shelf ecosystem: small ciliates (of <45 µm) are major consumer of the nanoflagellatee community. Zool. Stud. 51(8): 1308-1318. (IF=0.776, Zoology : 112/154=73%, : 3) (NSC95-2611-M-019-022-MY3)

    13.      Lin Y.-C., T. Campbell, C.-C Chung, G.-C. Gong, K.-P. Chiang* and A. Z. Worden* 2012 Distribution patterns and phylogeny of marine stramenopiles in the North Pacific Ocean. Appl. Environ. Microb. 78(9) 3387-3399 , (IF=3.668, Biotechnology & Applied microbiology : 34/163=21%, : 17) (NSC98-2917-I-019-101 and NSC-98-2611-M-021-MY3

    14.      Tsai*, A.-Y., G.-C. Gong, R. W. Sanders, K.-P. Chiang, J.-K. Huang and Y.-F Chan 2012 Viral lysis and nanoflagellate grazing as factors controlling diel variation of Synechococcus spp. summer abundance in coastal waters of Taiwan. Aquat. Microb. Ecol., 66: 150-167. (SCI) (IF=1.967, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 30/103=29%, : 10)

    15.      Tsai*, A.-Y., G.-C. Gong, R. W. Sanders, K.-P. Chiang and C,-F Chao 2012. Heterotrophic bacterial and Synechococcus spp.growth and morality along the inshore-offshore in the East China Sea in summer. J. Oceanogr., 68 151-1 (IF=1.271, Oceanography: 38/61=62%, : 4)(NSC97-2917-I-564-153 and NSC-99-2611-M-019-015)

    16.      Heiehi D. W.-J, C.-C. Chen*, F.-K. Shiah, J.-J. Hung, K.-P. Chiang P.-J. Meng and K.-S. Fan 2012 Community metabolism in a tropical lagoon, Taiwan: an autotrophic ecosystem induced by a natural nutrient plus. Environ. Eng. Sci. 21 (8): 776-782( IF=0.991, Engineering, Environmental: 35/46=76%, : 2)

    17.      Tsai*, A.-Y., G.-C. Gong, K.-P. Chiang, C,-F Chao and H-R Guo 2011. Long-term (1998-2007) trends on the spatial distribution of heterotrophic ciliates in the East China Sea in summer: effect of the Three Gorges Dam construction. J. Oceanogr., 67 725-737 (NSC 95-2611-M-019-000-MY3, SCI) (IF=1.271, Oceanography: 38/61=62%, : 4)   (NSC 99-2611-M-019-015 and NSC-95-2611-M-019-022-MY3)

    18.      Wu C-J, C-M Shin and K-P Chiang* 2011. Does the mesh size of the plankton net affect the result of statical analyses of the relationship between the copepod community and water massesCrustaceana 84(9): 1069-1089. (IF=0.473 Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 95/103=92%, : 4)

    19.      Gong G-C*, K-K Liu, K-P Chiang, T-M Hsiung, J. Chang, C-C Hung, W-C Chou, C-C Chung, H-Y Chen, F-K Shiah, A-Y Tsai, C-H Hsieh, J-C Shiao, C-M Tseng, S-C Hsu, H-J Lee. M-A Lee, I-I Lin and F Tsai 2011. Yangtze River floods enhance coastal ocean phytoplankton biomass and potential fish production, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38 L13603, doi:10.1029/2011GL047519. (IF=4.196, Geosciences, Multidisciplinary: 9/175=5%, : 32)

    20.      Chung C. -C*, J. Chang, G.–C. Gong, S.-C. Hsu, K.-P. Chiang and C.-W. Liao 2011. Effects of Asian Dust Storms on Synechococcus populations in the Subtropical Kurshio Current. Mar. Biotochniol., 13: 751-763 (IF=3.269 Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 8/103=8%, : 12)

    21.      Huang B*., W. Weiguo, X. Zang, K.-P Chiang, H. Tian , J. Hua, W. Lan and H. Hong 2011 . Phytoplankton growth and microzooplankton grazing in a subtropical coastal upwelling system in the Taiwan Strait. Cont. Shelf Res., 31: 537-547(IF=1.892, Oceanography: 24/61=39%, : 5)

    22.      Hong, H., X. Liu, K.-P Chiang, B. Huang*, C. Zhang, J. Hua and Y. Li 2011. The coupling of temporal and spatial variations of chlorophyll a concentration and the East Asian monsoons in the southern Taiwan Strait. Cont. Shelf Res., 31: 537-547. (IF=1.892, Oceanography: 24/61=39%, :8 )

    23.      Tsai, A.-Y., G.-C. Gong,., R. W. Sander, W,-H Chen, C,-F Chao and K.-P. Chiang* 2011. Importance of bacterivory by pigmented and heterotrophic nanoflagellate during the warm season in a subtropical western Pacific coastal ecosystem. Aquat. Microb. Ecol., 63: 9-18. (SCI) (IF=1.901, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 33/102=32%, : 19)(NSC 97-2917-I-564-153 and NSC-98-2611-M-019-021-MY3)

    24.      Tsai*, A.-Y., G.-C. Gong, K.-P. Chiang, C.-F. Chao, H.-K. Liao and F.-K. Shiah 2011. Temporal and spatial variations of picoplankton and nanoplankton and short-term variability related to stormy weather in the Danshui River estuary in northern Taiwan. Terrest. Atmosp. Ocean. Sci, 20, 547-556. (NSC 96-2621-Z-019-001-MY2, SCI)  (IF=0.703, Oceanography: 48/61=79%, : 4)

    25.      Tsai*, A.-Y., G.-C. Gong, R. W. Sander, C.-F. Chao, K.-P. Chiang 2010. Microbial dynamics in an oligotrophic bay of the western subtropical Pacific: impact of short-term heavy freshwater runoff and upwelling. J. Oceanogr., 66 873-883 (NSC 95-2611-M-019-000-MY3, SCI) (IF=1.271, Oceanography: 38/61=62%, : 1)

    26.      Tsai, S.-F., J.-Y. Chen and K.-P. Chiang* 2010. Spirotontonia taiwanica n. sp. (Ciliophora: Oligotrichida) from the coastal waters of northeastern Taiwan: morphology and nuclear small subunit rDNA sequence. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol., 57(5) 429-434.(IF=3.217, Microbiology: 37/119=31%, : 10)

    27.      Wu, C.-J., K.-P. Chiang* , H. Liu 2010. Diel feeding pattern and prey selection of mesozooplankton on microplankton community. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 390, 134-142. (NSC 94-2611-M-019-003, SCI) (IF=1.866, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 38/103=37%, : 9)

    28.      Tsai, A.-Y., G.-C. Gong,., R. W. Sander, C.-J. Wang, K.-P. Chiang* 2010. The impact of the Changjiang River Plume extension on the nanoflagellate community in the East China Sea. Estuar. Coast. Shelf Sci. 89(4), 21-30. (NSC 97-2917-I-564-153, SCI) (IF=2.057, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 27/103=26%, : 16)

    29.      Tsai, A.-Y., W.-M. Chin and K-P. Chiang* 2009 Diel patterns of grazing by pigmented nanoflagellates on Synechococcus spp. In the coastal ecosystem of subtropical western Pacific. Hydrobrologia, 636, 249-256, doi:10.1007/s10750-009-9954-y (NSC 95-2611-M-019-022, SCI) (IF=2.275, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 25/103=24%, : 1)

    30.      Chan, Y.-F., A.-Y. Tsai, K.-P. Chiang* and C.-H. Hsieh 2009 Pigmented nanoflagellates grazing on Synechococcus: seasonal variations and effect of flagellate size in the coastal ecosystem of subtropical western Pacific. Microb. Ecol., 58 548-557, doi: 10.1007/s00248-009-9569-x (NSC 96-2621-Z-019-002-MY2, SCI) (IF=2.973, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 10/103=10%, : 9)

    31.      Lin Y.-C., A.-Y. Tsai and K.-P. Chiang* 2009 Trophic coupling between Synechococcus and pigmented nanoflagellates in the coastal waters of Taiwan, western subtropical Pacific. J. Oceanogr., 65 781-789 (NSC 91-2313-B-019-031, SCI) (IF=1.271, Oceanography: 38/61=62%, : 3)

    32.      Hung*, C.-C., Gong, G.-C., Chiang, K.-P., Chen, H.-Y., Yeager, K.M. (2009). Particulate carbohydrates and uronic acids in the northern East China Sea. Estuar. Coast. Shelf Sci. 84(4), 565-572. (IF=2.057, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 27/103=26%, : 11)

    33.      Chen*, C.-C., F.-K. Shiah, K.-P. Chiang, G.-C. Gong, W. M. Kemp 2009 Effects of the Changjiang (Yangtze) River discharge on planktonic community respiration in the East China Sea. J. Geophys. Res. 114, C03005, doi:10.1029/2008JC004891.. (IF=3.426, Geosciences, Multidisciplinary: 19/175=11%, : 15)

    34.      Chung, J.-L., F.-K. Shiah*, G.-C. Gong and K.-P. Chiang, 2009 Trophic cascading of Medusae on the relationships between copepods and diatoms in a subtropical coastal ecosystem, Terrest. Atmosp. Ocean. Sci., 20, 547-556. (SCI) (IF=1.061, Oceanography: 41/58=53%, : 1).

    35.      Tsai, A.-Y., K-P. Chiang* , F-K Shiah, J-J Hung and C-F Chao, 2009 Spatial variation of picoplankton and nanoflagellates in a tropical eustrophic lagoon ( Tapong Bay ) in relation to hydrographic conditions and predators, J. Fish. Soc. Taiwan, 36(2): 135-150(NSC 88-WFA-200-004-2) 

    36.      Tsai. S. F., D, Xu, C. C. Chung and K. P. Chiang*, 2008 Parastrombidinopsis minima N. Sp. (Ciliophora: Oligotrichia) from the coastal waters of northeastern Taiwan: morphology and small subunit ribosomal DNA sequence. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol., 55(6) 567-573 (NSC 91-2313-B-019-031, SCI) (IF=3.217, Microbiology: 37/119=31%, : 10)

    37.      Tsai A.-Y., K.-P. Chiang*, J. Chang and G-C Gong, 2008, Seasonal variations in the trophic dynamics of nanoflagellates and picoplankton in coastal waters of the western subtropical Pacifical Ocean, Aquat. Microb. Ecol., 51: 263-274. (SCI) (IF=1.967, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 30/103=29%, : 28)

    38.      Tsai A.-Y., K.-P. Chiang*, Y.-F. Chan Y.-C. Lin and J. Chang (2007) Pigmented nanoflagellate in the coastal western subtropical Pacific are important grazers on Synrchococcus population. J. Plankton Res 29(1) 71-77 (IF=2.407, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 21/103=20%, : 21)

    39.      Cai S. F., W. B. Song*, D. P. Xu and K.P. Chiang (2006) morphological studies on the infraciliature of a planktonic ciliate, Tininnopsis brasiliensis (Ciliophora: Tintinina) Journal of Ocean University of China 5(1): 55-57.

    40.      Gong, G.-C*., Chang, J., Chiang, K.-P., Hsiung, T.-M., Hung, C.-C., Duan, S.-W., and Codispoti, L(2006) Reduction of primary production and changing of nutrient ratio in the East China Sea: Effect of the Three Gorges Dam? Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L07610, doi:10.1029/200GL02580. (IF=4.196, Geosciences, Multidisciplinary: 9/175=5%, : 90)

    41.      Chen C-C*, K.-P Chiang, G-C Gong, F-K Shiah, C-M Tseng and K-K Liu (2006)  Importance of planktonic community respiration on the carbon balance of the East China Sea in summer. Global Biogeochem. Cy. 20, GB4001, doi: 10.1029/2005GB002647. (SCI) (IF=3.965, Geosciences, Multidisciplinary: 11/175=6%, : 9)

    42.      Tsai A.-Y., K.-P. Chiang*, J. Chang and G-C Gong (2005) Seasonal diel variation of picoplankton and nanoplankton in a subtropical western Pacific coastal ecosystem. Limnol. Oceanogr., 50(4), 1221-1231 (NSC 91-2313-B-019-031, SCI) (IF=3.794, Oceanography: 3/61=5%, : 39)

    43.      Liu*, H. J. M. J. Dagg, C.-J. Wu and K.-P. Chiang (2005) Mesozooplankton consumption of microplankton in the Mississippi River plume, with special enpasis on planktonic ciliates. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 286, 133-144. (SCI) (IF=2.619, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 17/103=17%, : 22)

    44.      Tseng, Y.-F., F-J. Lin, K-P Chiang, S.-J. Kao and F.-K. Shiah* (2005) Potential impacts of N2-fixing Trichodesmium on heterotrophic bacterioplankton turnover rates and organic carbon transfer efficiency in the subtropical oligotrophic ocean system. Terrest. Atmosp. Ocean. Sci. 16(2), 361-376. (IF=0.703, Oceanography: 48/61=79%, : 3).

    45.      Chiang, K. P.*, Y. H. Chou, J. Chang and G. C. Gong (2004) Winter distribution of diatom assemblage in the East China Sea. J. Oceanogr., 60, 1053-1062  (NSC89-2611-M-019-007-K2, SCI) (IF=1.271, Oceanography: 38/61=62%, : 11)

    46.      Chiang, K. P.*, C. Y. Lin, C. H. Lee, F. K. Shiah and J. Chang (2003) The coupling of oligotrich ciliate populations and hydrography in the East China Sea: spatial and temporal variation. Deep-Sea Research Part II, 50, 1279-1293. (NSC89-2611-M-019-007-K2, SCI) (IF=2.19, Oceanography: 19/61=31%, : 20)

    47.      Chen, C.-C.*, F.-K. Shiah, G.-C. Gong and K.-P. Chiang (2003) Planktonic community respiration in the East China Sea: importance of microbial consumption on organic carbon. Deep-Sea Research Part II, 50, 1311-1325. (NSC88-2611-M-019-011-K2) (SCI) (IF=2.19, Oceanography: 19/61=31%, : 18)  

    48.      Chang, J.*, K.-H. Lin, K.-M. Chen, G.-C. Gong and K.-P. Chiang (2003) Synechococcus growth and mortality rates in the East China Sea: range of variation and correlation with environmental factors. Deep-Sea Research Part II, 50, 1265-1278. (SCI) (IF=2.19, Oceanography: 19/61=31%, : 23)

    49.      Chang, J*., F.-K. Shiah, G.-C. Gong, and K.-P. Chiang (2003). Cross-shelf variation in carbon-to-chlorophyll a ratios in the East China Sea, summer 1998. Deep-Sea Research Part II, 50, 1237-1247. (SCI) (IF=2.19, Oceanography: 19/61=31%, : 46)

    50.      Chiang K P*., M. C. Kuo, J. Chang, R. H. Wang and G. C. Gong (2002) Spatial and temporal variation of the Synechococcus population in the East China Sea and its contribution to phytoplankton biomass, Cont. Shelf Res., 22: 3-13. (NSC88-2611-M-019-004-K2, SCI) (IF=1.892, Oceanography: 24/61=39%, : 44)

    51.      Shiah F. K., T. Y. Chen, G. C. Gong, C. C. Chen, K. P. Chiang and J. J. Hung (2001) Differential coupling of bacterial and primary production in mesotrophic and oligotrophic systems of the East China Sea, Aquat. Microb. Ecol., 23: 273-282. (SCI) (IF=1.967, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 30/103=29%, : 21)

    52.      Cheng C*. H., T. Kawasaki, K.-P. Chiang and C. H. Ho (2001) Estimated distribution and movement of hairtail Trichiurus lepturus in the Aru Sea, based on the logbook records of trawlers. Fisheries Sci., 67: 3-13. (SCI) (IF=0.878, Fisheres: 36/52=69%, : 5)

    53.      Chiang K.-P.* and A. Taniguchi (2000) Distribution and modification of diatom assemblages in and around a warm core ring in the western North Pacific Frontal Zone east of Hokkaido. J. Plankton Res., 22: 2061-2074 (SCI) (IF=2.407, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 21/103=20%, : 3)

    54.      Chang J*., K. P. Chiang and G. C Gong (2000) Seasonal variation and cross-shelf distribution of the nitrogen-fixing cyanobacterium, Trichodesium, in southern East China Sea. Cont. Shelf Res., 20: 479-492. (IF=1.892, Oceanography: 24/61=39%, ▲: 45) (NSC85-2611-M-019-016-K2, SCI)

    55.      Chiang, K.-P*., Y. T. Chen and G. C. Gong (1999) Spring Distribution of Diatom Assemblage in the East China Sea, Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 186: 75-86. (NSC86-2611-M-019-007-K2, NSC87-2611-M-019-013-K2, SCI) (IF=2.619, Marine & Fresh Water Biology: 17/103=16%, : 21)

    56.      Chiang K.-P*., F. K. Shiah and G. C. Gong (1997) Distribution of Summer Diatom Assemblages in and Around a Local Upwelling in the East China Sea. Northeastern of Taiwan, Bot. Bull. Acad. Sin,(Botanical studies) R.O.C., 38:121-129.(NSC83-0209-2611-M-019-012K, SCI) (IF=0.526, Plant Sciences: 171/204=83%, : 18)

    57.      Chiang, K-P*, A. Taniguchi and S. Kato (1994) Distribution of diatom assemblage in and around a warm core ring in the North Pacific Polar Frontal Zone. La mer, 32: 195-207.

    58.      Chiang, K-P*and A. Taniguchi (1993) Formation of a diatom assemblage distributed widely in the North Pacific Polar Frontal Zone. Ball. Jap. Soc. Fish. Oceanogr., 57: 307-318.

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