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臺灣魚類耳石圖鑑

Otolith Atlas of Taiwan Fishes

Lin, C.-H., Chang, C.-W., 2012. National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium, Pingtung, 416 pp.

Publications:

(A) Journals (*Corresponding author, §Lab member/Student)

2022

Dillon, E.M., Pier, J.Q., Smith, J.A., Raja, N.B., Dimitrijević, D., Austin, E.L., Cybulski, J.D., De Entrambasaguas, J., Durham, S.R., C., Grether, C., Haldar, H., Kocáková, K., Lin, C.-H., Mazzini, I., Mychajliw, A.M., Ollendorf, A.L., Pimiento, C., Regalado Fernandez, O.R., Smith, I.E., Dietl, G.P. What is conservation paleobiology? Tracking 20 years of research and development. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. In press.

Lin, C.-Y.#,§, Lin, C.-H.#,*, Shimada, K., 2022. A previously overlooked, highly diverse early Pleistocene elasmobranch assemblage from southern Taiwan. PeerJ 10: e14190. DOI: 10.7717/peerj.14190 PDF (#Equal first author)

Ho, H.-C., Lin, C.-H.*., 2022. Redescription of Lophiodes lugubris (Alcock 1894), with the largest record of Lophiodes triradiatus (Lloyd 1909) from the South China Sea (Lophiiformes: Lophiidae). Zootaxa 5189(1): 138–145. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.5189.1.16 PDF

Lin, C.-H.*, Ou, H.-Y.§, Lin, C.-Y.§, Chen, H.-M., 2022. First skeletal fossil record of the red seabream Pagrus major (Sparidae, Perciformes) from the Late Pleistocene of subtropical West Pacific, southern Taiwan. Zoological Studies 61: 10. DOI: 10.6620/ZS.2022.61-10 PDF

Lin, C.-H.*, Nolf, D., 2022. Middle and late Eocene fish otoliths from the eastern and southern USA. European Journal of Taxonomy 814(1): 1–122. DOI: 10.5852/ejt.2022.814.1745 PDF

Lin, C.-H.*, Wang, Y-C.§, Ribas-Deulofeu, L.§, Chang, C.-W., Li, K.-T., 2022. Changes in marine resource consumption over the past 5000 years in southwestern Taiwan revealed by fish otoliths. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 42: 103400. DOI: 10.1016/j.jasrep.2022.103400 PDF

Lin, C.-H.*, Chien, C.-W., 2022. Late Miocene otoliths from northern Taiwan: insights into the rarely known Neogene coastal fish community of the subtropical northwest Pacific. Historical Biology 34(2): 361–382. DOI: 10.1080/08912963.2021.1916012 PDF


2021

Lin, J.-P.*, Lin, C.-H., Chu, W.-C., Chang, C.-H., 2021. Introduction to the special issue on new advances on stratigraphy and paleontology in Taiwan. Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences 32: 1047–1050. DOI: 10.3319/TAO.2021.12.29.01 PDF

Ribas-Deulofeu, L.§, Wang, Y.-C.§, Lin, C.-H.*, 2021. First record of Late Miocene Dendrophyllia de Blainville, 1830 (Scleractinia: Dendrophylliidae) in Taiwan. Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences 32: 1061–1068. DOI: 10.3319/TAO.2021.09.13.02 PDF

Kang, J.-C.§, Lin, C.-H.*, Chang, C.-H.*, 2021. Age and growth of Palaeoloxodon huaihoensis from Penghu Channel, Taiwan: significance of their age distribution based on fossils. PeerJ 9: e11236. DOI: 10.7717/peerj.11236 PDF

Mitsui, S.*, Taru, H., Ohe, F., Lin, C.-H., Strüssmann, C.A., 2021. Fossil fish otoliths from the Chibanian Miyata Formation, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, with comments on the paleoenvironment. Geobios 64: 47–63. DOI: 10.1016/j.geobios.2020.11.003 PDF

Heard, J., Tung, W.-C., Pei, Y.-D., Lin, T.-H., Lin, C.-H., Akamatsu, T., Wen, Colin K.-C.*, 2021. Coastal development threatens Datan area supporting greatest fish diversity at Taoyuan Algal Reef, northwestern Taiwan. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 31: 590–604. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.3477 PDF

Lin, C.-H.*, Chien, C.-W., Lee, S.-W., Chang, C.-W.*, 2021. Fossil fishes of Taiwan: a review and prospection. Historical Biology 33(9): 1362–1372. DOI: 10.1080/08912963.2019.1698563 PDF


2015-2020

Lin, C.-H., Lin, J.-S., Chen, K.-S., Chen, M.-H., Chen, C.-Y., Chang, C.-W.*, 2020. Feeding habits of bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus) in the western Indian Ocean reveal a size-related shift in its fine-scale piscivorous diet. Frontiers in Marine Science 7: 582571. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2020.582571 PDF

Lin, C.-H.*, De Gracia, B., Pierotti, M.E.R., Andrews, A.H., Griswold, K., O’Dea, A., 2019. Reconstructing reef fish communities using fish otoliths in coral reef sediments. PLoS ONE 14(6): e0218413. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0218413 PDF

Lin, C.-H., Wang, L.-C., Wang, C.-H., Chang, C.-W.*, 2018. Common early Pleistocene fish otoliths from Niubu in Chia-Yi County, southwestern Taiwan. Journal of the National Taiwan Museum 71(3): 47–68. DOI: 10.6532/JNTM.201809_71(3).04 PDF

Lin, C.-H.*, Chiang, Y.-P., Tuset, V.M., Lombarte, A., Girone, A., 2018. Late Quaternary to Recent diversity of fish otoliths from the Red Sea, central Mediterranean, and NE Atlantic sea bottoms. Geobios 51: 335–358. DOI: 10.1016/j.geobios.2018.06.002 PDF

Lin, C.-H.*, Brzobohatý, R., Nolf, D., Girone, A., 2017. Tortonian teleost otoliths from northern Italy: taxonomic synthesis and stratigraphic significance. European Journal of Taxonomy 322: 1–44. DOI: 10.5852/ejt.2017.322 PDF

Lin, C.-H.*, Nolf, D., Steurbaut, E., Girone, A., 2017. Fish otoliths from the Lutetian of the Aquitaine Basin (SW France), a breakthrough in the knowledge of the European Eocene ichthyofauna. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 15(11): 879–907. DOI: 10.1080/14772019.2016.1246112 PDF

Lin, C.-H.*, Taviani, M., Angeletti, L., Girone, A., Nolf, D., 2017. Fish otoliths in superficial sediments of the Mediterranean Sea. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 471: 134–143. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2016.12.050 PDF

Lin, C.-H.*, Girone, A., Nolf, D., 2016. Fish otolith assemblages from Recent NE Atlantic sea bottoms: A comparative study of palaeoecology. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 446: 98–107. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2016.01.022 PDF

Lin, C.-H.*, Girone, A., Nolf, D., 2015. Tortonian fish otoliths from turbiditic deposits in Northern Italy: Taxonomic and stratigraphic significance. Geobios 48: 249–261. DOI: 10.1016/j.geobios.2015.03.003 PDF


2010-2013

Lin, C.-H., Li, K.-T.*, Chang, C.-W.*, 2013. Identification of Pomadasys species (Pisces, Haemulidae) from an archaeological midden site in Nankuanli East (Taiwan), based on otolith morphology. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 61(1): 293–302. PDF

Lin, C.-H.*, 2010. Study of Uranoscopidae otolith morphology from Da-si, Yi-lan County. Journal of National Taiwan Museum 63(2): 17–29. PDF


(B) Journal papers in review/preparation (with drafts) (*Corresponding author, §Lab member/Student)

Lin, C.-H.*, Wei, C.-L., Ho, S.L., Lo, L.*. Temperature drove mesopelagic fish community in the Pacific Warm Pool over the past 460-kyr. In review.

Mitsui, S.*, Lin, C.-H., Taru, H., Shibata, K. Fossil otoliths from the Late Pleistocene Yokosuka Formation, central Japan, with comments on the northernmost fossil records of two tropical-subtropical fishes: Thrissina setirostris and Chrysochir aureus. In preparation.

Kocsis, L.*, Lin, C.-H., Bernard, E., Johari, A. Late Miocene teleost fish otoliths from Brunei Darussalam (Borneo) and their implications for palaeoecology and palaeoenvironmental conditions. In preparation.

Lin, C.-H.*, Chien, C.-W. A new early Pliocene outer shelf fish fauna from southwestern Taiwan. In preparation.

Wu, S.-M., Watanabe, J., Worthy, T. H., Lin, C.-H.*. New early Pleistocene fossil birds from southern Taiwan. In preparation.

Lin, C.-H.*, Tseng, Y.-C., Ho, H.-C., Yang, S.-H., Chang, C.-H. Sea catfishes of Taiwan. In preparation.


(C) Selected Conference papers (*Corresponding author)

Lin, C.-H.*, Wei, C.-L., Ho, S.L., Lo, L., 2022. Two temperature gradients regulate abundance and diversity of mesopelagic fish community in the Pacific Warm Pool over the past 460-kyr (Oral). 6th International Palaeontological Congress, Khon Kaen, Thailand, 7-11, Nov.

Kocsis, L.*, Johari, A., Lin, C.-H., Razak, H., 2022. Diverse late Miocene cartilaginous and teleost fish fauna from Brunei Darussalam (northern Borneo) (Oral). 6th International Palaeontological Congress, Khon Kaen, Thailand, 7-11, Nov.

Mediodia, D., Lin, C.-H., 2022. The current status and future potentials of marine paleontology in the Philippines (Oral). 6th International Palaeontological Congress, Khon Kaen, Thailand, 7-11, Nov.

Lin, C.-H.*, 2021. A review of marine fish fossils from Taiwan: exploring their diversity through their fossil records (Oral). 3rd Palaeontological Virtual Congress, 1-15 Dec.


(D) Books, technical reports, and popular science articles

林千翔,2022。出發!搭乘魚耳「石」光機 —— 開箱中研院「海洋古生物實驗室」。中研院院訊特刊-06Link

林千翔,2021從台灣魚類耳石化石研究 談海洋生物多樣性的變動與困境。環境資訊中心Link

林千翔,2021台灣海洋化石與魚類化石的研究、回顧與展望。環境資訊中心Link

林千翔,2020。我能當分類學家嗎?會面臨什麼挑戰?科學月刊(Science Monthly),608期第50–53頁。

林千翔,2019。沉積物中的時空膠囊─魚類耳石。科學月刊(Science Monthly),591期第46–51頁

Lin, C.-H., 2016. Fish otolith assemblages in Recent sea bottoms and in ancient (Eocene and Miocene) fossiliferous deposits: a comparative study of taxonomy and paleoecology. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Bari, Italy, 164 pp. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.25003.85283 Link

Lin, C.-H., Chang, C.-W., 2012. Otolith Atlas of Taiwan Fishes. National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium, Pingtung, 416 pp.

林千翔、吳祥堅,2011。由生態保育觀點評述流域管理。玉山國家公園管理處,31頁。

Lin, C.-H., 2010. Morphology of Otolith of Living and Fossil fishes from Taiwan. Master thesis. National Taiwan University, Taipei, 207 pp. Link