James T. Liu
James T. Liu
Researcher in Oceanography, National Sun Yat-sen University
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Source-to-sink transport processes of fluvial sediments in the South China Sea
Z Liu, Y Zhao, C Colin, K Stattegger, MG Wiesner, CA Huh, Y Zhang, X Li, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 153, 238-273, 2016
Impacts of large dams on downstream fluvial sedimentation: An example of the Three Gorges Dam (TGD) on the Changjiang (Yangtze River)
Z Dai, JT Liu
Journal of Hydrology 480, 10-18, 2013
Clay mineral distribution in surface sediments of the northeastern South China Sea and surrounding fluvial drainage basins: Source and transport
Z Liu, C Colin, X Li, Y Zhao, S Tuo, Z Chen, FP Siringan, JT Liu, ...
Marine Geology 277 (1-4), 48-60, 2010
Detrital fine-grained sediment contribution from Taiwan to the northern South China Sea and its relation to regional ocean circulation
Z Liu, S Tuo, C Colin, JT Liu, CY Huang, K Selvaraj, CTA Chen, Y Zhao, ...
Marine Geology 255 (3-4), 149-155, 2008
Detection of the Three Gorges Dam influence on the Changjiang (Yangtze River) submerged delta
Z Dai, JT Liu, W Wei, J Chen
Scientific Reports 4 (1), 6600, 2014
Insights into submarine geohazards from breaks in subsea telecommunication cables
L Carter, R Gavey, PJ Talling, JT Liu
Oceanography 27 (2), 58-67, 2014
A thirteen-year record of bathymetric changes in the North Passage, Changjiang (Yangtze) estuary
Z Dai, JT Liu, G Fu, H Xie
Geomorphology 187, 101-107, 2013
Cyclone‐induced hyperpycnal turbidity currents in a submarine canyon
JT Liu, YH Wang, RJ Yang, RT Hsu, SJ Kao, HL Lin, FH Kuo
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 117 (C4), 2012
Sediment trapping of turbidity maxima in the Changjiang Estuary
J Wu, JT Liu, X Wang
Marine Geology 303, 14-25, 2012
Preservation of terrestrial organic carbon in marine sediments offshore Taiwan: mountain building and atmospheric carbon dioxide sequestration
SJ Kao, RG Hilton, K Selvaraj, M Dai, F Zehetner, JC Huang, SC Hsu, ...
Earth Surface Dynamics 2 (1), 127-139, 2014
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in coastal sediments of southwest Taiwan: an appraisal of diagnostic ratios in source recognition
JJ Jiang, CL Lee, MD Fang, JT Liu
Marine Pollution Bulletin 58 (5), 752-760, 2009
The effect of a submarine canyon on the river sediment dispersal and inner shelf sediment movements in southern Taiwan
JT Liu, K Liu, JC Huang
Marine Geology 181 (4), 357-386, 2002
From the highest to the deepest: The Gaoping River–Gaoping Submarine Canyon dispersal system
JT Liu, RT Hsu, JJ Hung, YP Chang, YH Wang, RH Rendle-Bühring, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 153, 274-300, 2016
Gravity flows associated with flood events and carbon burial: Taiwan as instructional source area
JT Liu, SJ Kao, CA Huh, CC Hung
Annual Review of Marine Science 5, 47-68, 2013
Kuroshio subsurface water feeds the wintertime Taiwan Warm Current on the inner East China Sea shelf
E Lian, S Yang, H Wu, C Yang, C Li, JT Liu
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 121 (7), 4790-4803, 2016
Turbulent mixing and internal tides in Gaoping (Kaoping) submarine canyon, Taiwan
IH Lee, RC Lien, JT Liu, W Chuang
Journal of Marine Systems 76 (4), 383-396, 2009
Sediment dynamics in a submarine canyon: a case of river–sea interaction
JT Liu, H Lin
Marine Geology 207 (1-4), 55-81, 2004
Geochemistry of river‐borne clays entering the E ast C hina S ea indicates two contrasting types of weathering and sediment transport processes
L Bi, S Yang, C Li, Y Guo, Q Wang, JT Liu, P Yin
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 16 (9), 3034-3052, 2015
Frequent sediment density flows during 2006 to 2015, triggered by competing seismic and weather events: Observations from subsea cable breaks off southern Taiwan
R Gavey, L Carter, JT Liu, PJ Talling, R Hsu, E Pope, G Evans
Marine Geology 384, 147-158, 2017
Cyclone‐driven deep sea injection of freshwater and heat by hyperpycnal flow in the subtropics
SJ Kao, M Dai, K Selvaraj, W Zhai, P Cai, SN Chen, JYT Yang, JT Liu, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 37 (21), 2010
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