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Zhongli Ding

Prof. Zhongli Ding

Inst. of Geology & Geophysics
Chinese Academy of Sciences
P.O. Box 9825
Beijing, 100029
China

Phone: +86 10 8299 8301
Fax: +86 10 6201 0846
E-mail: zlding(at)mail.iggcas.ac.cn
URL Institution: www.igg.cas.cn/
Personal URL: link


Programs in which Zhongli Ding holds an official function:
PAGESscientific steering committee2008 - 2011



Key Publications of Zhongli Ding (up to five) :
Ding, Z. L., Yu, Z. W., Yang, S. L., Sun, J. M., Xiong, S. F., and Liu, T. S., Coeval changes in grain size and sedimentation rate of eolian loess, the Chinese Loess Plateau, Geophysical Research Letters, 28(2001), 2097-2100.

Ding, Z. L., Yang, S. L., Sun, J. M., Liu, T. S., Iron geochemistry of loess and red clay deposits in the Chinese Loess Plateau and implications for long-term Asian monsoon evolution in the last 7.0 Ma, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 185(2001), 99-109.

Ding, Z. L., Derbyshire, E., Yang, S. L., Yu, Z. W., Xiong, S. F., and Liu, T. S., Stacked 2.6-Ma grain size record from the Chinese loess based on five sections and correlation with the deep-sea d18O record, Paleoceanography, 17(2002), 5-1--5-21.

Ding, Z. L., Ranov, V., Yang, S. L., Finaev, A., Han, J. M., Wang, G. A., The loess record in southern Tajikistan and correlation with Chinese loess. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 200(2002), 387-400.

Ding, Z. L., Derbyshire, E., Yang, S. L., Sun, J. M., Liu, T. S., Stepwise expansion of desert environment across northern China in the past 3.5 Ma and implications for monsoon evolution. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 237(2005), 45-55.


Expertise of Zhongli Ding:
Expertise CategorySpecific Expertise
PAGES TopicsClimate Dynamics
PAGES TimescalesPleistocene (glacial-interglacial cycles)
PAGES LocationGlobal
Northern Hemisphere
PAGES ParametersTemperature
Isotopes
PAGES ArchivesLoess
PAGES ProxiesIsotopes

Specialties of Zhongli Ding: Study of eolian loess deposits in the Chinese Loess Plateau to reconstruct paleoclimate changes during the late Cenozoic, particularly during the Quaternary, and address the dynamic linkage of East-Asian monsoon evolution to global ice volume changes

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