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Jing Tao

PhD Student

email: jing.tao@dal.ca
phone: +1 902-999-5653
campus location: LSC, Rm 5663

Educational Background

  • MSc, Physical Oceanography, Dalhousie University
  • BSc, Hydrogeology, University of Waterloo
  • BSc, Hydrogeology, China University of Geosciences
  • Cornell Satellite Remote Sensing training program, Cornell University
  • Calibration and Validation for Ocean Color Remote Sensing Summer School, University of Maine

Research Interests

  • Sediment dynamics in estuaries
  • Coastal Oceanography
  • Ocean Color Remote Sensing
  • Ocean Optics

Publications

Tao, J., P.S. Hill, R.P. Mulligan, P.C. Smith, Seasonal Variability of Total Suspended Matter in Minas Basin, Bay of Fundy, (under review).

Mulligan, R.P., P.C. Smith, P.S. Hill, Tao, J., Tidal current and wind-wave controls on suspended sediment concentrations in a macrotidal basin, (under revision).

Presentations

Tao, J., P.S. Hill, T.G. Milligan. Variability of particle distribution using optical measurement within the Columbia River Plume. Ocean Science Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, February 2014.

Tao, J., P.S. Hill, R.P. Mulligan, P.C. Smith. Seasonal variability of total suspended matter in Minas Basin, Bay of Fundy. Nova Scotia Tidal Energy Research Symposium and Forum, Wolfville, Canada, May 2013.

Tao, J., P.S. Hill, R.P. Mulligan, P.C. Smith. Seasonal variability of total suspended matter in Minas Basin, Bay of Fundy. Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS/AMS) Annual Congress, Montreal, Canada, May 2012.

Tao, J., P.S. Hill, R.P. Mulligan, P.C. Smith. Seasonal variability of total suspended matter in Minas Basin, Bay of Fundy. Nova Scotia Energy Research & Development Forum, Halifax, Canada, May 2012.

Awards & Honours

OERA Student Research Travel Award 2013