张传伦

基本信息:

学        位:博 士

电子邮件:zhangcl@sustc.edu.cn

职        称:讲座教授

联系电话:0755-88018785

办公地点:慧园6栋301室

研究方向:微生物在环境及能源、地质历史演化及全球变化中的作用

个人简介:

        张传伦教授主要研究领域为微生物在环境及能源、地质历史演化及全球变化中的作用,特别在地球科学与生物科学的交叉研究中创建了古菌生物地球化学研究体系;提出了构造微生物学新概念。通过整合微生物组学、有机组学、同位素组学等研究揭示微生物与元素地球化学循环的过程与机制;结合生物信息学手段与经典古生物学理论,深入解析对早期生命演化历程。擅长整合脂类标记物、稳定同位素和分子DNA等交叉手段来研究微生物在全球碳氮循环中的作用。

        研究课题主要包括深部生物圈,热泉及其它极端环境地质微生物,天然气水合物生物地球化学,海洋和陆相古菌的生物地球化学过程及气候和环境变化指标的开发及应用。率先在墨西哥湾冷泉和甲烷水合物古菌脂类生物地球化学、热泉古菌脂类生物地球化学、和南海古菌脂类生物地球化学等方面开展相关研究工作,并取得了一系列创新成果发表在国际学术期刊;多次在美国地球物理年会(American Geophysical Union)组织并主持专题会议。在国际地球科学和生命科学期刊上(包括“Science”、“PNAS”、“Geology”、“Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta”、“ISME J”、“Environ. Microbiol.”)发表学术论文160余篇,其中140多篇被SCI收录,Google Scholar引用次数超过6000次,H-index为48。在美国工作期间(1994-2012)多次获得美国自然科学基金委员会和能源部等科研单位的资助项目;2009年起开始主持中国国家部委资助的自然科学基金项目,其中包括国家自然科学基金重点项目二项和973项目子课题一项(具体项目和成果见附件2和附件3);参加了2005年的中国大洋环球航次、2014年的国际大洋发现计划(IODP)首航(南海,中国主导)及2015-2016马里亚纳海沟航次。

        1994年获美国德州农工大(TAMU)博士学位,1994-1998年在美国橡树岭国家实验室从事博士后研究工作;1998年起历任美国密苏里大学副教授,美国佐治亚大学海洋系副教授,终身教授;2008-2016年兼任同济大学海洋学院讲座教授。长期致力于生物地球化学方向的研究和人才培养。目前担任“美国应用和环境微生物(Applied and Environmental Microbiology)”、“古菌(Archaea)”和“中国科学:地球科学”期刊编委,及欧洲“微生物前沿(Frontiers in Microbiology)”期刊副主编。2001年获橡树岭联合大学青年教授奖,2006年分享获得美国能源部100名科研开发奖,2007年获迈阿密大学校外优秀学者奖,2013和2014年两次获得“中国科学:地球科学”优秀编委奖。2016年六月被国际著名学术品牌美国“戈登科学前沿研究论坛-海洋生物地球化学”)推荐并选举为2018年会议副主席及2020年会议主席。

教育背景:

1989.09-1994.03,德州农工大学,地质学,博士

1986.09-1989.07,德州农工大学,地质学,硕士

1984.09-1986.07,华东石油大学,地质学,硕士

1980.09-1984.07,华东石油大学,地质学,本科

工作经历:

2017.01至今,南方科技大学海洋科学与工程系 讲座教授

2008.01-2016.12,同济大学海洋学院讲座教授

2002.08-2012.08,美国佐治亚大学副教授

1998.08-2002.07,美国密苏里大学助理教授

1994.04-1998.07,美国橡树岭国家实验室,博士后

主持或参加科研项目及人才计划项目情况:

  1. 张传伦深圳市科研启动经费,500万元,2017.1-2022.12

  2. 张传伦科研启动学校配套经费,1000万元,2017.1-2020.12

  3. 国家自然科学基金面上项目,41673073,东海沉积物中细菌和古菌醚脂化合物同向变化机制的研究,2017.01-2020.12,72万元,在研,主持

  4. 国家自然科学基金重点项目,41530105,海洋自养古菌(MGI)和异养古菌(MGII)在南海碳循环过程中的相互作用及沉积记录,2016.1-2020.12,392万元,在研,主持

  5. 科技部全球变化及应对重点专项,2016YFA0601101,海洋储碳机制及区域碳氮硫循环耦合对全球变化的响应,2016.01-2018.01,83万,在研,主持

  6. 国家自然科学基金项目重大研发计划,91428308,南海碳循环与生物学储碳机制集成研究,2015.01-2018.12,40万,在研,主持

  7. 校级:中央高校基本科研业务费专项基金学科交叉重点类,校级,南海氨氧化古菌与环境协同演化的分析模拟,2015.10-2018.09,80万,在研,主持

  8. 国家自然科学基金面上项目,41373072,支链四醚膜脂化合物(bGDGT)在腾冲和西藏热泉中的微生物源鉴定及地球化学过程指示意义,2014.1-2017.12,70万,在研,主持

  9. 上海市科学技术委员会科研计划项目,13JC1405200,氨氧化古菌对土壤碳收支的贡献及在土壤碳循环中所起的作用,2014.1-2017.12,46万,在研,主持

  10. 973基础项目:海洋微型生物碳泵储碳过程与机制研究,第三课题:环境梯度上MCP储碳效应的变化规律,2013CB955703,2013.1-2017.7,305万,在研,第三课题负责人

  11. 国家自然科学基金重点项目,91028005,南海水体中古菌的分布及生物地球化学功能,2011.1-2014.12,350万元,结题,主持

  12. 腾冲及周边地区热泉古菌脂类标志物研究:环境因素、生物地理和环境因素,生物地理和微生物功能意义,2010.1-2012.12,56万元,结题,主持

  13. 国家自然科学基金重点项目子课题:青藏高原湖泊古微生物对气候和古环境条件变化的响应,2011.1-2014.12,40万元,结题,子课题负责人

  14. 美国国家基金重点项目:PIRE: Toward a holistic and global understanding of hot springs,2012.8-2017.7,19万美元,参与

代表性论文:

  1. Zhang* C.L. 2017. Untangling the role that microbes play in ocean carbon cycle ─ A new paradigm in marine biogeochemistry. Science China-Earth Sciences. 60(2):409-412.

  2. Wang* H.Y., Liu W.G., Lu H.X., Zhang C.L. 2017. Potential degradation effect on paleo-moisture proxies based on the relative abundance of archaeal vs. bacterial tetraethers in loess-paleosol sequences on the Chinese Loess Plateau. 436: 173-180.

  3. Shao L., Cui* Y.C., Qiao P.J., Zhang D.J., Liu X.Y., Zhang C.L. 2017.Sea-level changes and carbonate platform evolution of the Xisha Islands  (South China Sea) since the Early Miocene. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 485:504-516.

  4. Liu H., Zhang* C.L., Yang C., Chen S., Cao Z., Zhang Z. and Tian J. 2017. Marine Group II dominates planktonic archaea 1 in water columns of the northeastern South China Sea: Linkage to water mixing processes. Frontiers in Microbiology. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.01098.

  5. Xie* W., Jiao N., Ma C., Fang S., Zhu* R.X, Zhang C.L. 2017. The response of archaeal species to seasonal variables in a subtropical aerated soil: insight into the low abundant methanogens. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. DOI 10.1007/s00253-017-8349-7.

  6. Zhang* Y., Liang P., Xie X., Dai X., Liu H., Zhang C.L., Kao S.J., Jiao N. 2017. Succession of bacterial community structure and potential significance along a sediment core from site U1433 of IODP expedition 349, South China Sea. Marine Geology. DOI: 10.1016/j.margeo.2017.06.010.

  7. Wang J.X., Xie W., Zhang Y.G., Meador T., Zhang* C.L. 2017. Evaluating production of cyclopentyl tetraethers by Marine Group II Euryarchaeota in the Pearl River estuary and coastal South China Sea: Potential impact on the TEX86 paleothermometer. Frontiers in Microbiol. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.02077.

  8. Guo W.T., Xie W., Li X.Y., Wang P., Hu A., Zhang* C.L. 2017. Environmental factors shaping the archaeal community structure and ether lipid distribution in a subtropic river and estuary, China. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. DOI: 10.1007/s00253-017-8595-8.

  9. He M.Q., Cai L.L., Zhang C.L., Jiao* N.Z., Zhang* R. 2017. Phylogenetic Diversity of T4-Type Phages in Sediments from the Subtropical Pearl River Estuary. Frontiers in Microbiol. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.00897.

  10. Li* X.X., Zhang Z.R., Wade T.L., Knap A.H., Zhang* C.L. 2017. Sources and compositional distribution of organic carbon in surface sediments from the lower Pearl River to the coastal South China Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. DOI:10.1002/2017JG003981

  11. Li F.Y., Zheng F.F., Wang Y.L., Liu W.G., Zhang* C.L. 2017. Thermoplasmatales and Methanogens: Potential Association with the Crenarchaeol Production in Chinese soils. Frontiers in Microbiology. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.01200.

  12. Zhang C.L., Lin J., Li S., Dong H., Wang F., Xie S. 2017. Tectonomicrobiology: The ecological relationship between microbial and tectonic processes represents a new paradigm for geobiological research. Science China-Earth Sciences. Accepted.

  13. Xie* W., Luo H., Murugapian S.K., Dodsworth J.A., Chen S., Sun Y., Hedlund B.P., Wang P., Fang H., Deng M., Zhang* C L. 2017. Localized high abundance of Marine group II archaea in the subtropical Pearl River Estuary: implications for their niche adaptation. Environ. Microbiol. DOI:10.1111/1462-2920.14004.

  14. Chen Y., Zheng F., Chen S., Liu H., Zhang* C. L. 2017. Branched GDGT production at elevated temperatures in anaerobic soil microcosm incubations. Organic Geochemistry. DOI:10.1016/j.orggeochem.2017.11.015.

  15. Sun C., Zhang* C. L., Li F., Wang H., Liu* W. Effect of soil water content on the distribution of branched tetraethers: implications for paleotemperature or soil pH proxies in (semi-) arid regions. Science China. doi: 10.1007/s11430-015-0230-2.

  16. Chen Y., Zhang* C. L., Jia C., Zheng F., Zhu* C. 2016. Tracking the signals of living archaea: A multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) method for detection of trace amounts of intact polar lipids from the natural environment. Org. Geochem. 97: 1–4.

  17. Feyhl-Buska J., Chen Y., Jia C., Wang J., Zhang C.L., Boyd E. 2016. Influence of Growth Phase, pH, and Temperature on the Abundance and Composition of Tetraether Lipids in the Thermoacidophile Picrophilus torridus. Frontiers in Microbiology. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2016.01323.

  18. Zhang, Shanshan; Zhaojun Li; Yanchun Yan; Chuanlun Zhang; Jun Li & Baisuo Zhao* (2016) Bacillus urumqiensis sp. nov., a moderately halophilic bacterium isolated from a salt lake. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 66:2305-2312.

  19. Xie W., Zhang* C. L., Ma Cenling. 2015. Temporal variation in archaeal lipids from subtropical soils on Chongming Island, China. Org. Geochem. 83-84:54–64.

  20. Zeng Y., Baumbach J., Guilherme E., Barbosa V., Azevedo V., Zhang C., Koblizek M. 2015. Metagenomic evidence for the presence of phototrophic Gemmatimonadetes bacteria in diverse environments. Environmental Microbiology Report. doi:10.1111/1758-2229.12363.

  21. Wang* J.X., Wei* Y., Wang P., Hong Y., Zhang* C. L. 2015. Unusually low TEX86 values in the transitional zone between lower Pearl River estuary and coastal South China Sea: impact of changing archaeal community structure. Chem. Geol. 402: 18–29.

  22. Dong L., Li* L., Li* Q., Zhang Y., Wang H., Zhang C.L. 2015. Hydroclimate implications of thermocline variability in the southern South China Sea over the past 180,000 years. Quaternary Res. 83: 370–377.

  23. Zhao J.T. Li* J., Cai F., Wei H., Hu B., Dou Y., Wang L., Xiang R., Cheng H. Dong L., Zhang* C.L. 2015. Sea surface temperature variation during the last deglaciation in the southern Okinawa Trough: Modulation of high latitude teleconnections and the Kuroshio Current. Progress in Oceanography 138: 238–248.

  24. Ge H., Zhang* C.L., Versteegh G.J.M., Chen L., Fan D., Dong L., Liu J. 2015. Evolution of the East China Sea sedimentary environment in the past 14 kyr: Insights from tetraethers-based proxies. Science China Earth Sciences. doi: 10.1007/s11430-015-5229-9.

  25. Zhang* C. L., Xie W., Martin-Cuadrado A.-B., Rodriguez-Valera* F. 2015. Marine Group II Archaea, potentially important players in the global ocean carbon cycle. Frontiers in Microbiology. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2015.01108.

  26.  Jiao* N., Legendre L., Robinson C., Thomas H., Luo Y.-W., Dang H., Liu J., Zhang R., Tang K., Luo T., Li C., Wang X., Zhang C. 2015. Comment on “Dilution limits dissolved organic carbon utilization in the deep ocean”. Science. 350 (6267): 1483-a.

  27. Wang, H. Y., Dong H., Zhang C.L., Jiang H., Liu Z., Zhao M., and Liu* W. 2015. Deglacial and Holocene archaeal lipid-inferred paleohydrology and paleotemperature history of Lake Qinghai, northeastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau: Quaternary Research. 83:  116–126.

  28. Hedlund* B, Thomas S, Dodsworth J, Zhang C. 2015. Life in High-Temperature Environments, p 4.3.4-1-4.3.4-15. In Yates M, Nakatsu C, Miller R, Pillai S (ed), Manual of Environmental Microbiology, 4th Edition. ASM Press, Washington, DC. doi: 10.1128/9781555818821.ch4.3.4

  29. Zhang* C. L. 2014.Tracking the migration of our Chinese ancestors using molecular science. National Science Review. doi: 10.1093/nsr/nwt016.

  30. Wei Y., Wang P., Zhao* M., Li X., Lu H., Zhang* C. L. 2014. Lipid and DNA evidence showing dominance of planktonic archaea preserved in sediments of the South China Sea: insight for application of the TEX86 proxy in an unstable marine environment. Geomicrobiol. J. 31, 360–369.

  31. Ge H., Zhang* C.L., Li J., Versteegh G.J.M., Hu B., Zhao J. 2014. Tetraether lipids from the southern Yellow Sea of China: Implications for the variability of East Asia Winter Monsoon in the Holocene. Org. Geochem. 70: 10–19.

  32. Xie W., Zhang* C. L., Zhou X., Wang P.  2014. Salinity-dominated change in community structure and ecological function of Archaea from the lower Pearl River to coastal South China Sea. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. DOI 10.1007/s00253-014-5838-9.

  33. Wang H., Dong* H., Zhang* C.L., Jiang H., Zhao M., Liu Z., Lai Z., Liu W. 2014.  Water depth affecting thaumarchaeol production in Lake Qinghai, northeastern Qinghai–Tibetan plateau: Implications for paleo lake levels and paleoclimate. Chem. Geol. 368: 76–84.

  34. Jia C., Zhang* C. L., Xie W., Wang J., Li F., Wang S., Dong H., Li W., Boyd E. S. 2014. Differential temperature and pH controls on the abundance and composition of H-GDGTs in globally distributed terrestrial hot springs. Org. Geochem. 75:109-121.

  35. Xie W., Zhang* C. L., Wang J., Chen Y., Klotz M., Zhu Y., de la Torre J., Dong H., Hartnett H., Hedlund B., Klotz M.G. 2014. Distribution of ether lipids and composition of the archaeal community in terrestrial geothermal springs: impact of environmental variables. Environ. Microbiol. doi:10.1111/1462-2920.12595.

  36. Li F., Zhang* C.L., Wang S., Chen Y., Sun C., Dong H., Li W. 2014. Production of branched tetraether lipids in Tibetan hot springs: a possible linkage to nitrite reduction by thermotolerant or thermophilic bacteria? Chem. Geol. 386:209-217.

  37. Wang* P., Wei Y., Li T., Li F., Meng J., Zhang* C.L. 2014. Archaeal diversity and spatial distribution in the surface sediment of the South China Sea. Geomicrobiol. J. DOI: 10.1080/01490451.2013.797522.

  38. Wang H. Liu* W., Zhang* C. L. 2014. Dependence of the cyclization of branched tetraethers on soil moisture in alkaline soils from arid-subhumid China: implications for palaeorainfall reconstructions on the Chinese Loess Plateau. Biogeosciences 11: 6755–6768.

  39. Ge H., Zhang* C.L., Dang H., Zhu C., Jia G. 2013. Distribution of tetraether lipids in surface sediments of the northern South China Sea: Implications for TEX86 proxies. Geoscience Frontiers 4: 223-229. (Corresponding author, IF not available).

  40. Dang* H., Zhou H., Yang J., Ge H., Jiao N., Luan X., Zhang* C. L., and Klotz M. 2013. Environment-dependent distribution of benthic Thaumarchaeota with ammonia-oxidizing and CO2-fixing potential in the Northern South China Sea. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 79: 2137–2147.

  41. Liu* W., Wang H., Zhang* C. L., He Y. 2013. Distribution of glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraether lipids along the altitude on Mt. Xiangpi of the northern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, China. Org. Geochem. 57: 76–83.

  42. Yang* G., Zhang* C.L., Xie S., Gao M., Ge Z., Yang Z. 2013. Microbial glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers lipids from water and soil at the Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River. Org. Geochem. 56: 40–50 (co-corresponding author, IF 2.67).

  43. Wang H., Liu* W., Zhang* C. L., Liu Z., He Y. 2013. Branched and isoprenoid tetraether (BIT) index traces water content along two marsh-soil transects surrounding Lake Qinghai: Implications for paleo-humidity variation. Org. Geochem. 59: 75–81.

  44. Wang H., Liu* W., Zhang* C.L., Jiang H., Dong H., Lu H., Wang J. 2013. Assessing the ratio of archaeol to caldarchaeol as a salinity proxy in highland lakes on the northeastern Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau.Org. Geochem. 54:69–77.

  45. Zhang* C. L., Wang J., Dodsworth J. A., Williams A. J., Zhu C., Hinrichs K,-U., Zheng F., Hedlund B. P. 2013. In Situ Production of Branched Glycerol Dialkyl Glycerol Tetraethers in a Great Basin Hot Spring. Frontiers in Terrestrial Microbiology doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00181.

  46. Li F., Zhang* C.L., Dong H., Li W. 2013. Environmental controls on the distribution of archaeal lipids in Tibetan hot springs: Insight into the application of organic proxies for biogeochemical processes. Environ. Microbiol. Report doi:10.1111/1758-2229.12089.

  47. Paraiso J. J., Williams A. J., Huang Q., Wei Y., Dijkstra P., Hungate B. A., Dong H., Hedlund* B. P., Zhang* C. L. 2013. Environmental controls on the distribution and abundance of archaeal tetraether lipids in U.S. Great Basin hot springs. Front. Terrestr. Microbiol.  doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00247.

  48. Hedlund*, B. P., Paraiso, J. J., Williams, A. J., Huang, Q., Wei, Y., Dijkstra, P., Hungate, B. A., Dong, H., and Zhang*, C. L. 2013. The distribution and abundance of branched glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers (bGDGTs) in U.S. Great Basin hot springs. Front. Terrestr. Microbiol. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00222.

  49. Wu W., Zhang* C. L., Wang H., He L., Li W., Dong H. 2013. Impacts of temperature and pH on the distribution of archaeal lipids in Yunnan hot springs, China. Front. Terrestr. Microbiol. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00312.

  50. Wu X., Dong* H., Zhang* C. L., Liu X., Hou W., Zhang J., and Jiang H. 2013. Evaluation of Glycerol Diakyl Glycerol Tetraether Proxies for Reconstruction of Paleo-climate and Environment on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Org. Geochem. 61: 45–56.

  51. Schouten* S. et al. 2013. (69 coauthors including Zhang, C.L.): An interlaboratory study of TEX86 and BIT analysis of sediments, extracts and standard mixtures, Geophys. Geochem. Geosyst., doi: 10.1002/2013GC004904.

  52. Zhang* C.L. Wang. J., Wei Y., Zhu C., Huang L., Dong H. 2012. Production of branched tetraether lipids in the lower Pearl River and estuary: effects of extraction methods and impact on bGDGT proxies. Front. Terrestr. Microbiol. 2: doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2011.00274.

  53. Wang H., Liu* W., Zhang* C.L., Wang Z., Wang J., Liu Z., Dong H. 2012. Distribution of glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers (GDGTs) in surface sediments of Lake Qinghai and surrounding soils. Org. Geochem. 47: 78–87.

  54. Wang S, Dong R. M., Dong C. Z., Huang L., Jiang H. *, Wei Y., Feng L., Liu D., Yang G., Zhang C., and Dong H.*. 2012. Diversity of microbial plankton across the Three Gorges Dam of the Yangtze River, China. Geoscience Frontiers 3(3): 335-349.

  55. He L., Zhang* C.L., Dong H., Fang B., Wang G. 2012. Distribution of glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers in Tibetan hot springs. Geoscience Frontier 3: 289-300.


 

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