Jen Chieh Shiao
  • Jen Chieh Shiao


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  • Research Room: Room 424, Institute of Oceanography
  • Field: Marine Biology, Ecophysiology of Fish
  • Academic Background:
    • 1996: Bs, Department of Life Science, National Tsing Hua University
    • 1998: Ms, Institute of Life Science, National Tsing Hua University
    • 2002: PhD, Institute of Zoology, National Taiwan University
    • Professional Experiences

    • 2002-2006: Postdoctoral fellow, Institute of Cellular and Organismic Biology, Academia Sinica
    • 2006: Distinguished postdoctoral fellow, Institute of Cellular and Organismic Biology, Academia Sinica
    • 2006-2011: Assistant Professor, Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University
    • 2011-2015: Associate Professor, Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University
    • Since August 2015: Professor, Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University
  • Research Achievements/Publications:
      A. SCI journal
    • Nazir, A, Lai CF, Wang SW, Lin, SM, Li HC, Chung MT, Wang PL, Tseng YC, Shiao JC* (2024) Anthropogenic nitrogen pollution inferred by stable isotope records of crustose coralline algae. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 198, 115839. IF: 6.5
    • Nazir A, Chen TY, Wang PL, Shiao JC* (2023) Reconstructing habitat use, identifying origin and discrimination of the barramundi (wild and farmed) populations using otolith stable isotope analysis. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 285, 108317. IF: 3
    • Chung MT, Peng YY, Nazir A, Wang YC, Wang PL, Shiao JC* (2023) Species-specific trophic enrichment factor of stable nitrogen and carbon isotopes in fish otolith organic matter. Marine and Freshwater Research, 74(11), 956-968. IF: 1.9
    • He, XS, Chen, YS, Ang, SJ, Shiao JC, Tseng, CM, Reinfelder, JR (2023) Mercury stable isotopes reveal sources of methylmercury and prey in giant Pacific bluefin tuna from the western North Pacific Ocean. Limnology and Oceanography Letters, 8(3), 481-489. IF: 9.314
    • Wei JH, Liu MY, Shiao JC, Li F, Yang JQ, Iizuka Y, Kang B, Tseng RS, Shao HJ, Liao TY (2022) Currents shaped the genetic structure of Tridentiger barbatus (Gunther 1861) along the Chinese coast. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9, 923439. IF: 5.72
    • Corush JB, Pierson TW, Shiao JC, Katayama Y, Zhang J, Fitzpatrick BM (2022) Amphibious mudskipper populations are genetically connected along coastlines, but differentiated across water. Journal of Biogeography, 49(4), 767-779 . IF: 4.53
    • Chang SK, Yuan TL, Hoyle SD, Farley JH, Shiao JC (2022) Growth Parameters and Spawning Season Estimation of Four Important Flyingfishes in the Kuroshio Current off Taiwan and Implications from Comparisons with Global Studies. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8, 747382. IF: 5.125
    • Wang YC, Chang YJ, Wang PL., Shiao JC* (2022) Evaluation of cooking effects on otolith stable carbon and oxygen isotope values of teleostean fish Pomadasys kaakan (Cuvier, 1830). Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 36(4), e9233. IF: 2.439
    • Weng JS, Cheng LC, Lo YS, Shiao JC, He JS, Lee MA, Liu KM (2021) Demographics of Scomberomorus commerson in the Central Taiwan Strait. Journal Of Marine Science And Engineering, 9(12), 1346. IF: 2.455
    • Tseng CM, Ang SJ, Chen YS, Shiao JC, Lamborg CH, He XS, Reinfelder R (2021) Bluefin tuna reveal global patterns of mercury pollution and bioavailability in the world's oceans. PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America), 118 (38) e2111205118. IF: 12.291
    • Lin TC, Hsiao WV, Han SJ, Joung SJ, Shiao JC* (2021) A direct multiplex loop-mediated isothermal amplification method to detect three CITES-listed shark species. Aquatic Conservation-marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 31(8), 2193-2203. IF: 3.190
    • Rooker JR, Wells RJD, Block BA, Liu H, Baumann H, Chiang WC, Sluis MZ, Miller NR, Mohan JA, Ohshimo S, Tanaka Y, Dance MA, Dewar H, Snodgrass OE, Shiao JC (2021) Natal origin and age-specific egress of Pacific bluefin tuna from coastal nurseries revealed with geochemical markers. Scientific Reports, 11(1), 14216. IF: 4.379
    • Lee YC, Chang PH, Shih CH, Shiao JC, Tzeng TD, Chang WC (2021) The impact of religious release fish on conservation. Global Ecology and Conservation, 27, e01556. IF: 3.380
    • Chung MT, Chen CY, Shiao JC, Shirai K, Wang CH (2021) Metabolic proxy for cephalopods: Stable carbon isotope values recorded in different biogenic carbonates. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 12(9), 1648-1657. IF: 6.514
    • Shiao JC*, Hsu J, Cheng CC, Tsai WY, Lu HB, Tanaka Y, Wang PL (2021) Contribution rates of different spawning and feeding grounds to adult Pacific bluefin tuna (Thunnus orientalis) in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, 169, 103453. IF: 2.872
    • Liao TY, Lu PL, Yu YH, Huang WC, Shiao JC, Lin HD, Jhuang WC, Chou TK, Li F (2021) Amphidromous but endemic: Population connectivity of Rhinogobius gigas (Teleostei: Gobioidei). PLoS ONE, 16(2), e0246406.IF: 2.74
    • Weng JS, Yu SF, Lo YS, Shiao JC, Lee MA, Liu KM, Huang HH, Wang YC, Wu LJ (2020) Reproductive biology of the narrow-barred Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus commerson) in the central Taiwan Strait, western Pacific. Deep-Sea Research Part II-Topical Studies in Oceanography, 175, 104755. IF: 2.697
    • Chiang CI, Chung MT, Shiao JC, Wang PL, Chan TY, Yamaguchi A, Wang CH (2020) Seasonal Movement Patterns of the Bigfin Reef Squid Sepioteuthis lessoniana Predicted Using Statolith delta O-18 Values. Frontiers in Marine Science, 7, 249. IF: 3.086
    • Chang YJ, Jhen H, Shiao JC, Chang S-K (2019) Evaluation of the effects of otolith sampling strategies and ageing error on estimation of the age composition and growth curve for Pacific bluefin tuna Thunnus orientalis. Marine and Freshwater Research, 70(12), 1838-1849. SI IF: 1.952
    • Hsieh Y, Shiao JC* , Lin SW, Iizuka Y (2019) Quantitative reconstruction of salinity history by otolith oxygen stable isotopes: An example of a euryhaline fish Lateolabrax japonicas. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 33(16), 1344-1354. IF: 2.045
    • Cheng LC, Shiao JC* , Hsiao SSY, Wang PL (2018) Fractionation of otolith nitrogen stable isotopes measured by peroxodisulfate oxidation-bacterial conversion and isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 32 (22): 1905-1910. IF: 1.970
    • Shiao JC* , Shirai K, Tanaka K, Takahata N, Sano, Y, Hsiao SSY, Lee DC, Tseng YC (2018) Assimilation of nitrogen and carbon isotopes from fish diets to otoliths as measured by nanoscale secondary ion mass spectrometry. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 32(15): 1250-1256. IF: 1.970
    • Huang WC, Chang JT, Liao C, Taw, A, Iizuka Y, Liao TY, Shiao JC* (2018) Pelagic larval duration, growth rate, and population genetic structure of the tidepool snake moray Uropterygius micropterus around the southern Ryukyu Islands, Taiwan, and the central Philippines. PeerJ, 6: 10.7717. IF: 2.177
    • Dainys J, Putys Z, Bacevicius E, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Jakubaviciute E, Lozys L (2017) First record of tub gurnard, Chelidonichthys lucerna (Linnaeus, 1758), from the south-eastern Baltic Sea (Lithuania). Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 33(6): 1223-1225. IF: 0.845
    • Lozys L, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Minde A, Putys Z, Jakubaviciute E, Dainys J, Gorfine H, Tzeng WN (2017) Habitat use and migratory behaviour of pikeperch Sander lucioperca in Lithuanian and Latvian waters as inferred from otolith Sr:Ca ratios. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 198: 43-52. IF: 2.176
    • Dainys J, Putys Z, Bacevicius E, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Jakubaviciute E, Lozys L (2017) First record of tub gurnard, Chelidonichthys lucerna (Linnaeus, 1758), from the south-eastern Baltic Sea (Lithuania). Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 33 (6):1223-1225. IF: 0.845
    • Chuang PS, Chang HA, Chiang WC, Shiao JC* (2017) Rapid identification of the north-western Pacific billfish species using quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction techniques. Marine Biology Research, 13 (7): 751-763. IF: 1.161
    • Shiao JC*, Sui TD, Chang NN, Chang CW (2017) Remarkable vertical shift in residence depth links pelagic larval and demersal adult jellynose fish. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers, 121: 160-168. IF: 2.684
    • Shiao JC*, Lu HB, Hsu J, Wang HY, Chang SK, Huang MY, Ishihara, T (2017) Changes in size, age, and sex ratio composition of Pacific bluefin tuna (Thunnus orientalis) on the northwestern Pacific Ocean spawning grounds. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 74 (1):204-214. IF: 2.626
    • Shiao JC*, Chen CY, Zhang J, Iizuka Y (2016) Habitat Use and Migratory Life History of Salangid Icefish (Salangidae) Revealed by Otolith Sr/Ca Ratios. Zoological Studies, 55: 03.
    • Shiao JC*, Liu EY, Sui TD (2016) Up-and-down shift in residence depth of slickheads (Alepocephalidae) revealed by otolith stable oxygen isotopic composition, Journal of Fish Biology, 88 (3):1265-1272. IF: 1.246
    • Chuang PS, Hung TC, Chang HA, Huang CK, Shiao JC* (2016) The Species and Origin of Shark Fins in Taiwan's Fishing Ports, Markets, and Customs Detention: A DNA Barcoding Analysis, PLoS One, 11 (1):10.1371. IF: 3.057
    • Chang NN, Liu EY, Liao YC, Shiao JC* (2015) Vertical habitat shift of viviparous and oviparous deep-sea cusk eels revealed by otolith microstructure and stable-isotope composition, Journal of Fish Biology, 86(2), 845-853. 10.1111/jfb.12605. IF: 1.734
    • Shiao JC*, Tzeng CS, Li PC, Bell KNI (2015) Upstream migration and marine early life history of amphidromous gobies inferred from otolith increments and microchemistry, Environmental Biology of Fishes, 98(3), 933-950. 10.1007/s10641-014-0329-5. IF: 1.356
    • Chang NN, Shiao JC*, Gong GC, Kao SJ, Hsieh CH (2014) Stable isotope ratios reveal food source of benthic fish and crustaceans along a gradient of trophic status in the East China Sea. Continental Shelf Research. 84, 23-34. 10.1016/j.csr.2014.04.021. . IF: 2.115
    • Lin HY, Lin PY, Chang NN, Shiao JC*, Kao SJ (2014) Trophic structure of megabenthic food webs along depth gradients in the South China Sea and off northeastern Taiwan. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 501, 53-66. 10.3354/meps10681. IF: 2.546
    • Shiao JC, Itoh S, Yurimoto H, Iizuka Y, Liao YC (2014) Oxygen isotopic distribution along the otolith growth axis by secondary ion mass spectrometry: Applications for studying ontogenetic change in the depth inhabited by deep-sea fishes. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers. 84, 50-58. 10.1016/j.dsr.2013.10.006. IF: 2.816
    • Jessop BM, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y (2013) Methods for estimating a critical value for determining the freshwater/estuarine habitat residence of American eels from otolith Sr:Ca data. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science. 133, 293-303. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecss.2013.09.006. IF: 2.324.
    • Chang NN, Shiao JC*, Gong GC (2012) Diversity of demersal fish in the East China Sea: Implication of eutrophication and fishery. Continental Shelf Research. 47: 42-54. IF: 2.088
    • Chuang PS, Chen MI, Shiao JC* (2012) Identification of Tuna species by a Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction Technique. Food Chemistry. 133(3), 1055-1061. DOI: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2012.01.076. IF: 3.655
    • Lin HY, Shiao JC*, Chen YG, Iizuka Y (2012) Ontogenetic vertical migration of grenadiers revealed by otolith microstructures and stable isotopic composition. Deep-Sea Research Part I. 61: 123-130. DOI: 10.116/j.dsr.2011.12.005. IF: 2.421
    • Jessop BM*, Wang CH, Tzeng WN, You CF, Shiao JC, Lin SH (2011) Otolith Sr:Ca and Ba:Ca may give inconsistent indications of estuarine habitat use for American eels (Anguilla rostrata). Environmental Biology of Fishes. 93(2), 193-207. doi 10.1007/s10641-011-9905-0. IF: 0.914
    • Gong GC* et al. (2011) Yangtze River floods enhance coastal ocean phytoplankton biomass and potential fish production. Geophysical Research Letters. 38: L13603, doi:10.1029/2011GL047519. IF: 3.505
    • Tseng MC*, Shiao JC , Hung YH (2011) Genetic identification of Thunnus orientalis, T. thynnus, and T. maccoyii by a cytochrome b gene analysis. Environmental Biology of Fishes. (DOI 10.1007/s10641-010-9764-0). IF:0.729
    • Shiao JC*, Wang SW, Yokawa K, Ichinokawa M, Takeuchi Y, Chen YG, Shen CC (2010) Natal origin of Pacific bluefin tuna Thunnus orientalis inferred from otolith oxygen isotope composition. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 420: 207-219. IF: 2.483
    • Liu SYV, Wang CH, Shiao JC, Dai CF* (2010) Population connectivity of neon damsel, Pomacentrus coelestis, inferred from otolith microchemistry and mtDNA. Marine and Freshwater Research. 61: 1416-1424. IF: 1.572
    • Han YS*, Hung CL, Iizuka Y, Chang HC, Chang BJ, Ho HC, Shiao JC (2010) Does larval duration contribute to population genetic isolation of the Japanese eel Anguilla japonica? Fisheries Management and Ecology. 17:366-368. IF: 0.798
    • Thibault I, Dodson JJ*, Hedger RD, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN (2010) Anadromy and the dispersal of an invasive fish species (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in Eastern Quebec, as revealed by otolith microchemistry. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. 19: 348-360. IF: 1.432
    • Lin YJ, Shiao JC, Ložys L, Plikshs M, Minde A, Iizuka Y, Rashal I, Tzeng WN* (2009) Do otolith annular structures correspond to the first freshwater entry for yellow European eels Anguilla anguilla in the Baltic countries? Journal of Fish Biology. 75: 2709-2722. IF: 1.330
    • Wang CH, Lin YT, Shiao JC, You CF, Tzeng WN* (2009) Spatio-temporal variation in the elemental compositions of otoliths of southern bluefin tuna Thunnus maccoyii in the Indian Ocean with reference to ontogenetic effect and environmental history. Journal of Fish Biology. 75: 1173-1193. IF: 1.330
    • Lamson HM, Cairns DK*, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN (2009) American eel, Anguilla rostrata, growth in fresh and salt water: implications for conservation and aquaculture. Fisheries Management and Ecology. 16: 306-314. IF: 0.798
    • Jessop BM*, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y (2009) Life History of American Eels from western Newfoundland. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 138: 861-871. IF: 1.603
    • Hu MYA, Yan HY*, Chung WS, Shiao JC, Hwang PP (2009) Acoustically evoked potentials in two cephalopods inferred from auditory brainstem response (ABR) approach. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. 153(A): 278-283. IF: 2.134
    • Cruz S, Shiao JC*, Liao BK, Huang CJ, Hwang PP* (2009) Plasma membrane calcium ATPase required for semicircular canal formation and otolith growth in the zebrafish inner ear. Journal of Experimental Biology. 212: 639-647. IF: 3.040
    • Shiao JC*, Yui TF, Høie H, Ninnemann U, Chang SK (2009) Otolith O and C stable isotope composition of southern bluefin tuna Thunnus maccoyii (Pisces: Scombridae) as possible environmental and physiological indicators. Zoological Studies. 48(1): 71-82. IF: 1.046
    • Shiao JC, Wu SM, Hwang YP, Wu DP, Hwang PP* (2008) Evaluation of thyroid-mediated otolith growth of larval and juvenile tilapia. Journal of Experimental Biology. 211: 1919-1926. IF: 3.040
    • Jessop BM*, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN (2008) Prevalence and intensity of occurrence of vaterite inclusions in aragonite otoliths of American eels Anguilla rostrata. Aquatic Biology. 2: 171-178. IF: 1.611
    • Shiao JC*, Chang SK, Lin YT, Tzeng WN (2008) Size and age composition of southern bluefin tuna (Thunnus maccoyii) in the central Indian Ocean inferred from fisheries and otolith data. Zoological Studies. 47(2): 158-171. IF: 1.046
    • Tzeng WN*, Chang CW, Wang CH, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Yang YJ, You CF, Lozys L (2007) Misidentification of the migratory history of anguillid eels by Sr/Ca ratios of vaterite otoliths. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 348: 285-295. IF: 2.483
    • Lin YJ, Ložys L, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN* (2007) Growth differences between naturally recruited and stocked European eel Anguilla anguilla from different habitats in Lithuania. Journal of Fish Biology. 71:1773-1787. IF: 1.330
    • Thibault I*, Dodson JJ, Caron F, Tzeng WN, Iizuka Y, Shiao JC (2007) Facultative catadromy in American eels: testing the conditional strategy hypothesis. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 344: 219-229. IF: 2.483
    • Jessop BM*, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN (2007) Effects of inter-habitat migration on the evaluation of growth rate and habitat residence of American eels Anguilla rostrata. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 342: 255-263. IF: 2.483
    • Briones AA, Yambot AV, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN* (2007) Migratory pattern and habitat use of tropical eels Anguilla spp. (Teleostei: Anguilliformes: Anguillidae) in the Philippines, as revealed by otolith microshemistry. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology. 14: 141-149. IF:1.456
    • Lamson HM, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN, Cairns DK* (2006) Movement patterns of American eels (Anguilla rostrata) between salt and fresh water in a small coastal watershed, based on otolith microchemistry. Marine Biology. 149: 1567-1576. IF:1.999
    • Shiao JC, Ložys L, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN* (2006) Migratory patterns and contribution of stocking to the population of European eels Anguilla anguilla by otolith Sr:Ca ratio analysis. Journal of Fish Biology 69: 749-769. IF:1.226
    • Münderle M, Taraschewski H*, Klar B, Chang CW, Shiao JC, Shen KN, He JT, Lin SH, Tzeng WN (2006) Occurrence of Anguillicola crassus (Nematoda: Dracunculoidea) in Japanese eels Anguilla japonica from a river and an aquaculture unit in SW Taiwan. Diseases of aquatic organisms. 71: 101-108. IF:1.687
    • Humphreys WF*, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN (2006) Can otolith microchemistry reveal whether the blind cave gudgeon, Milyeringa veritas (Eleotridae), is diadromous within a subterranean estuary? Environmental Biology of Fishes. 75: 439-453. If:1.155
    • Daverat F*, Limburg KE, Thibault I, Shiao JC, Dodson JJ, Caron F, Tzeng WN, Iizuka Y, Wickström H (2006) Phenotypic plasticity of habitat use by three temperate eel species Anguilla anguilla, A. japonica and A. rostrata. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 308: 231-241. IF:2.519
    • Jessop BM*, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN (2006) Migration of juvenile American Eels Anguilla rostrata between freshwater and estuary, as revealed by otolith microchemistry. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 310: 219-233. IF:2.519
    • Shiao JC, Hwang PP* (2006) Thyroid hormones are necessary for metamorphosis of tarpon Megalops cyprinoides leptocephali. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 331: 121-132. IF:2.116
    • Shiao JC, Lin LY, Horng JL, Hwang PP*, Kaneko T (2005) How can teleostean inner ear hair cells maintain the proper association with the accreting otolith? Journal of Comparative Neurology. 488: 331-341.
    • Shiao JC, Hwang PP* (2004) Thyroid hormones are necessary for teleostean otolith growth. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 278: 271-278.
    • .Jessop BM*, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN (2004) Variation in the annual growth, by sex and migration history, of silver American eels Anguilla rostrata from a Nova Scotia River. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 272: 231-244.
    • Cairns DK*, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN., Macpherson CD (2004) Movement patterns of American eels in an impounded watercourse, as indicated by otolith microchemistry. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 24: 452-458.
    • Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Chang CW, Tzeng WN* (2003) Disparities in habitat use and migratory behavior between tropical eel Anguilla marmorata and temperate eel A. japonica in four Taiwanese rivers. Marine Ecology Progress Series 261: 233-242.
    • Tzeng WN*, Iizuka Y, Shiao JC, Yamada Y, Oka HP (2003) Identification and growth rates comparison of divergent migratory contingents of Japanese eel (Angulla japonica). Aquaculture 216: 77-86.
    • Shiao JC, Tzeng WN*, Collins A, Iizuka Y (2002) Role of marine larval duration and growth rate of glass eels in determining the distribution of Anguilla reinhardtii and A. australis on Australian eastern coasts. Marine and freshwater research 53: 687-695.
    • Jessop BM*, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y, Tzeng WN (2002) Migratory Behaviour and Habitat Use by American Eels Anguilla rostrata as Revealed by Otolith Microchemistry. Marine Ecology Progress Series 233: 217-229.
    • Tzeng WN*, Shiao JC, Iizuka Y (2002) Use of otolith Sr:Ca ratios to study the riverine migratory behaviors of Japanese eel Anguilla japonica. Marine Ecology Progress Series 245: 213-221.
    • Shiao JC, Tzeng WN*, Collins A, Jellyman DJ (2001) Dispersal pattern of glass eel Anguilla australis as revealed by otolith growth increments. Marine Ecology Progress Series 219: 241-250.
    • Shiao JC, Tzeng CS*, Leu CL, Chen FC (1999) Enhancing the contrast and visibility of daily growth increments in fish otoiths etched by proteinase K buffer. Journal of Fish Biology 54: 302-309.

    • B. Non-SCI journal

    • Williamson GR*, Stammers S, Tzeng WN, Shiao JC, Prokhorchik G, Lecomte-Finiger R (1999) Drifting and dreaming: is this how baby eels cross the Atlantic Oncean? Ocean Challenge 9(2): 40-45.

    • C. Full paper published in the symposium

    • Lin YJ, JC Shiao, Plikshs M, Minde A, Iizuka Y, Rashal I, Tzeng WN (2012) Otolith Sr:Ca ratios as natural mark to discriminate the restocked and naturally recruited European eels in Latvia. American Fisheries Society Symposium 76, Bethesda, Maryland.
    • Tzeng WN*, Shiao JC, Yamada Y, Oka HP (2003) Life history patterns of Japanese eel Anguilla japonica in Mikawa Bay, Japan. Pages 285-293 in D.A. Dixon, editor. Biology, management, and protection of catadromous eels. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 33, Bethesda, Maryland.
    • Shiao JC, Tzeng WN*, Collins A, Iizuka Y (2001) Comparison of the early life history of Australian tropical eel Anguilla reinhardtii and temperate eel A. australis by otolith microstructure and microchemistry. Journal of Taiwan Fishery Research 9 (1&2): 199-208.

    • D. Book Chapters

    • Kazuki Yokouchi, Jen-Chieh Shiao & Toyoho Ishimura. 2015. Otolith geochemical analysis for stock discrimination and the study of migratory ecology. In: Biology & Ecology of Bluefin Tuna. Edited by Kitagawa T & Kimura S. (CRC Press).
    • 陳守愚、李佑青、蕭仁傑、謝志豪,2014。第七章:浮游動物群聚。戴昌鳳等著,臺灣區域海洋學。第317-327頁。臺北市:臺大出版中心。2014年12月。ISBN:978-986-350-045-2。
    • 蕭仁傑、張妮娜、林佩諭、林先詠,2014。第八章:底棲生態系統。戴昌鳳等著,臺灣區域海洋學。第343-369頁。臺北市:臺大出版中心。2014年12月。ISBN:978-986-350-045-2。

  • Teaching:
      Introuduction to Marine Biology
      Fish Sclerochronology
      Special Topics on Ichthyology
      Marine Communities and Data Analysis
      Marine Stable Isotope and Experiments
      Introduction to Marine Science
      Seminar for MS students

  • Supervised Dissertations:
      Graduated MS: