Fasong Yuan, PhD
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 Title: Professor
 Dept: Biological, Geological and Environmental Sciences
 Office: SR G72
 Phone: 216-687-3508,  216-687-3710
 Fax: 216-687-6972
 Email: F.YUAN06@csuohio.edu
 Web: http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8079-280X
 Blog: http://fyuan.wordpress.com
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. SR G72, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
Environmental Hydrology, Low-temperature Geochemistry, Isotope Geochemistry, Paleolimnology Paleoclimatology, Environmental Sciences
 
Education:
Ph.D., Geology, State University of New York at Albany, 2003
M.S., Environmental Chemistry, Zhejiang University, 1989
B.S., Geology, Zhejiang University, 1986
 
Brief Bio:
I am interested in the physical, chemical and biological processes of the Earth's surficial environment (low T and P) on a range of temporal (decadal to millennial) and spatial (up to 1000 km) scales. Currently I am working on projects related to nutrient (S and C) cycling and transport in watersheds and forms of P in sediments of Lake Erie. I have been a faculty member of BGES at Cleveland State University since 2006.
 
Research Interests:
Oxygen, carbon and sulfur isotope geochemistry
Phosphorus fractions
Trace metals (Pb, Cu, Ni, Cd, etc.)
 
Teaching Areas:
Environmental Hydrology
Environmental Geochemistry
Physical Geology
Environmental Science
 
Professional Affiliations:
American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Geochemical Society (GS)
American Quaternary Association (AMQUA)
 
Research Grants:
Acquisition of a Liquid Water Isotope Analyzer for Earth and Environmental Science Research, National Science Foundation EAR-Instrumentation and Facilities (IF): (2011-2012)

Late Holocene Climate Variability From Eolian Lake Sediments in San Luis Lakes, National Science Foundation (NSF): 2009-2012

Lake Erie Bioavailable Phosphorus Studies: Insight from Phosphorus Saturation Index, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) thru Heidelberg University: 2009-2010

Changes in the nutrient structure of the Cuyahoga River, Lake Erie Protection Fund (LEPF): 2007-2008

Development of a high-resolution sediment record of multidecadal climatic and hydrologic variability in the San Luis Valley during the last 2000 yrs, Faculty Research Development (FRD) Program: 2007-2009