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王平

 

性别
职称
副教授、硕士生导师
 

AAA8C

   
研究方向
构造地貌学、沉积学
电话
025-85891262
电子邮件
tigerwp@njnu.edu.cn
传真
QQ:83951209
办公地点
地理科学学院232室
邮政编码
210023

通讯地址
南京市栖霞区仙林文苑路1号老北区地理学院


APPOINTMENTS

2016-2017 CSC Visiting Scholar, Department of Earth Sciences, Syracuse University.

2013-Present Associate Professor, School of Geographical Science, Nanjing Normal University.

2010-2013 Post-Doctoral Fellow, School of Earth Science and Engineering, Nanjing University.


EDUCATION

2010 Ph.D., China University of Geosciences (Beijing), School of Earth Science.

2004 B.S., China University of Geosciences (Beijing), School of Earth Science.


RESEARCH GRANTS

2016–2019  Tracing the southward-flowing Yangtze river: Sedimentary records from the Paleogene basins in SE Tibet, (NSFC 41572154), PI.

2015–2017  Provenance of the Cenozoic sediments in Western Jianghan Basin: Implications for Lower Yangtze River evolution, University Science Research Project of Jiangsu Province (15KJB170005), PI,

2012–2014  The age and provenance of the Yangtze Gravels along the Middle and Lower Yangtze River (NSFC 41102104), PI,


RESEARCH INTERESTS

Tectonic geomorphology; Basin analysis; Detrital zircon U-Pb geochronology (LA-ICP-MS)


RESEARCH FOCUS

I study the Yangtze River for 10 Years! The evolution of the longest river in Asia, Yangtze, provides a spectacular example to understand the Late Cenozoic interaction between tectonic, climate and surface processes. However, debate on the timing of the Yangtze integration has limited the further understand of these processes, with estimates ranging from 23 to 45 Ma, to a more recent initiation around 1 to 2 Ma. I use various method to study the river sediments (or sedimentary rocks), including petrography, heavy minerals and detrital zircon U-Pb chronology to identify their provenances, and paleomagnetism, paleontology, and volcanic tuff to constrain their ages, as well as the most important field work!


FACILITIES (IN CHARGE)

Agilent 7700 ICP-MS, CETAC Analyte Excimer Laser Ablation (193 nm), Nikon Polarize Microscope, Paleomagnetic Sampling facilities

TAIMECO MECCUT-GEO (Rock cutting), TAIMECO MECCUT-THIN (Thin-section)


PUBLICATION

[1]  Ping Wang, Hongbo Zheng, Yongdong Wang, Xiaochun Wei, Lingyu Tang, Fred Jourdan, Jun Chen and Xiangtong Huang. Sedimentology, chronology, and provenance of the “Yangtze Gravel”: Link the Lower Yangtze River to Late Cenozoic tectonic and climate in southeast China. Submitted to GSA Bulletin

[2]  Ping Wang, Shaofeng Liu. Geological Database for Plate Tectonic Reconstruction: A Conceptual Model. Acta Geologica Sinica (English Edition). 2019 ,93 (z1) :66-69

[3] Xiaochun Wei, Hongbo Zheng, Ping Wang, Ryuji Tada, Peter D. Clift, Fred Jourdan, Chao Luo, and Hanlin Chen, 2018, Miocene Volcaniclastic Sequence Within the Xiyu Formation from Source to Sink: Implications for Drainage Development and Tectonic Evolution in Eastern Pamir, NW Tibetan Plateau: Tectonics, v. 37, p. 3261–3284

[4]  Ping Wang, Hongbo Zheng, Shaofeng Liu and Gregory Hoke, Late Cretaceous drainage reorganization of the Middle Yangtze. Lithosphere, 2018, 10(3): 392-405

[5]  Hongbo Zheng, Xiaochun Wei, Ryuji Tada, Peter D. Clift, Bin Wang, Fred Jourdan, Ping Wang and Mengying He. Late Oligocene–early Miocene birth of the Taklimakan Desert. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2015, 112(25):7662-7667.

[6]  Ping Wang, Hongbo Zheng, Lin Chen, Jun Chen, Yingfeng Xu, Xiaochun Wei and XinyaYao. Exhumation of the Huangling anticline in the Three Gorges region: Cenozoic sedimentary record from the western Jianghan Basin, China. Basin Research, 2014, 26(5):505-522.

[7]  Bin Wang, Hongbo Zheng, Zhong He, Ping Wang, Anu Kaakinen and Xinying Zhou. Middle Miocene eolian sediments on the southern Chinese Loess Plateau dated by magnetostratigraphy, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 2014, 441: 257-266.

[8]  Ping Wang, Hongbo Zheng and Shaofeng Liu. Geomorphic constraints on Middle Yangtze River reversal in eastern Sichuan basin, China. Journal of Asian Earth Science, 2013, 69: 70-85.

[9]  Hongbo Zheng, Peter Clift, Ping Wang, Ryuji Tada, Juntao Jia, Mengying He and Fred Jourdan. Pre-Miocene birth of the Yangtze River. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2013, 110(19):7556-7561.

[10]  Shaofeng Liu, Guowei Zhang, FengPan, Huiping Zhang, Ping Wang, Kai Wang and Yan Wang. Timing of Xunhua and Guide basin development and growth of the northeastern Tibetan Plateau, China. Basin Research, 2013.25(1):74-96.

[11]  Ping Wang, Shaofeng Liu, Tangjun Gao and Kai Wang. Cretaceous propagation of the Eastern Sichuan arcuate fold-thrust belt in three dimensions: Insights from AFT analysis. Chinese Journal of Geophysics, 2012(5), 1662-1673.

[12]  Chao Luo, Hongbo Zheng, Weihua Wu, Ping Wang, Yuliang Chen and Xiaochun Wei. Sr-Nd isotope stratification along water depth: An example from Datong hydrological station ofYangtze River. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2012(12), 4482-4490.

 

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