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Prof. Shuang Dai

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MOE Key Laboratory of Western China’s Environmental Systems

Research School of Arid Environment and Climate Change

Lanzhou University

222 South Tianshui Road, Lanzhou

730000, Gansu Province,CHINA

Phone:  +86 931 891 2307

Fax:       +86 931 891 2330

Email:     daisher@lzu.edu.cn

 

vEDUCATION

2000.9-2003.6, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China.

Ph.D. (Physical Geography), entitled “Early uplift of the northern Tibetan Plateau: constraint from detailed magnetostratigraphy of Cenozoic Huoshaogou Formation in Hexi Corridor”

1988.9 - 1991.6, Xi’an College of Geology, Xi’an, China

M.Sc. (Petrology), entitled “Metamorphism of Helan Shan Group in Zhongbieli area, northwest of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region”

1984.9 - 1988.7, Xi’an College of Geology, Xi’an, China

 B.Sc. (Geology), entitled “The contact metamorphism of the Lishan intrusion, Lintong, Shanxi”

 

vPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 2009.6- present: Professor at MOE Key Laboratory of Western China’s Environmental Systems & Research School of Arid Environment and Climate Change, Lanzhou University.

 2009.11-2010.11: Visiting scholar at Department of Earth Science, University of Oxford.

2003.6 - 2009.6: Assistant Professor at Key Laboratory of Western China’s Environmental Systems (Ministry of Education of China) & College of Resources and Environment, Lanzhou University.

2004.11-2004.12: Visiting scholar at Paleomagnetism Laboratory of Department of Earth Science, University of Utrecht.

1991.7 - 2000.8: Research Fellow at Gansu institute of geology for non-ferrous metals, Lanzhou, China. 1991.7 - 1994.5, Assistant Geologic Engineer, 1994.6 - 1998.9, Geologic Engineer, 1998.10-2000.9, Senior Geologic Engineer.

 

vRESEARCH INTERESTS

 My main research is focused on understanding the Mesozoic-Cenozoic tectonics of the continents and environmental evolution, through a combination of geological measurement with paleomagnetism and environmental magnetism. I am also interested in the mineralization and minerals exploration.

 

vTEACHING & SUPERVISION

1st year: introduction to geology.

Postgraduate: Quarternary geology; Paleomagnetism and environmental magnetism.

Supervisor for Master degree of Quarternary Geology.

 

vEXTERNAL ACTIVETIES

Member of the European Geoscience Union (EGU), Member of the geographical society of China, Member of the geophysical society of China, Member of the geological society of China.

 

vSELECTED PUBLICATIONS

28. Zan J B, Fang X M, Nie J S, Yang S L, Song C H & Dai S. Magnetic properties of surface soils across the southern Tarim Basin and their relationship with climate and source materials. Chinese Sci Bull, 2010, 55: 1−7, doi: 10.1007/s11434-010-0000-2.

27. Kong Li, Dai shuang, Liuxue, Zhu Qiang, Zhao Jie, Zhang Mingzhen, Huang Yongbo, Liu Junwei. Climate Change during 128.1-115.4Ma Recorded by Color of Sediments of the Liupanshan Group along Huoshizhai Section, Liupanshan basin(in Chinese with English abstract). Journal of Lanzhou university (natural sciences), 46(5): 44-49.

26. Dongliang Liu, Xiaomin Fang, Chunhui Song, Shuang Dai, Tao Zhang, Weilin Zhang, Yunfa Miao,Yongqian Liu, Jiuyi Wang. Stratigraphic and paleomagnetic evidence of mid-Pleistocene rapid deformation and uplift of the NE Tibetan Plateau. Tectonophysics, 2010, 486: 108-119.

25. Dai shuang, Huang Yongbo, Zhao Jie, Zhu Qiang, Liu Junwei, Kong Li, Zhang Mingzhen, Hu Hongfei The Early Cretaceous climate change recorded by the susceptibility of the sediments of Liupanshan Group, Central China (in Chinese with English abstract). The Earth Science fronties, 2010,

24. Chen C F, Miao Y F, Fang X M, Song C H, Dai S, Yan X L, Zhang Q B, Xu L, Xia W M. The Discovery and Significance of the Fossil Woods in the Bottom of Chetougou Formation in Xiejia section, Xi’ning basin (in Chinese with English abstract). Acta Geologica Sninica, 2009, 83(8): 1104-1110.

23. Gao J P, Li S X, Dai S, Li A Y, Peng Y H. Constraints of tectonic evolution in provenance from detrital zircon fissiontrack data of Cenozoic strata of Xichagou district in western Qaidam Basin (in Chinese with English abstract). Journal of Lanzhou university (natural sciences), 2009, 45(3): 1-7.

22. Xu L, Miao Y F, Fang X M, Song C H, Xia W M, Yan X L, Han W X, Zhang Q B, Cheng C F, Dai S. Middle Eocene-Oligocene climatic changes recorded by sedimentary colors in the Xi’ning Basin, in northeastern Tibetan Plateau, N W China (in Chinese with English abstract). Journal of Lanzhou university (natural sciences), 2009, 45(1): 12-19.

21. Dai Shuang, Qiang Zhu, Hongfei Hu, Yuhu Tang, Yongbo Huang, Junwei Liu, Li Kong and Xiaomin Fang. Magnetostratigraphy of Liupanshan Group (in Chinese with English abstract). Chinese Journal of Stratigraphy, 2009, 33(2): 189-193.

20. Li Hong-wei Dai Shuang Zhang Nan, A preliminary study on heavy metals content vs. magnetic signals of Yellow River in Lanzhou and Baiyin segement (in Chinese with English abstract). Chinese Environmental pollution. 2009, 23(1):21-25.

19. Dupont-Nivet, G., Dai, S., Fang, X., Krijgsman, W., Erens, V., Reitsma, M., and Langereis, C., 2008, Timing and distribution of tectonic rotations in the northeastern Tibetan Plateau, in Burchfi el, B.C., and Wang, E., eds., Investigations into the Tectonics of the Tibetan Plateau: Geological Society of America Special Paper 444, 2008, p. 73–87, doi: 10.1130/2008.2444(05).

18. Miao, Y.F., X.M. Fang, Z.C. Song, F.L. Wu, W.X. Han, S. Dai, and C.H. Song, Late Eocene pollen records and palaeoenvironmental changes in northern Tibetan Plateau, Science in China, Series D: Earth Sciences, 2008, 51 (8), 1089-1098.

17. Tang Yuhu, Dai Shuang, Huang Yongbo, Zhu Qiang, Fang Xiaomin, Hu Hongfei, Liu Junwei, Kong Li, Zhao Jie, Liu Xue. The Early Cretaceous tectonic uplift of Qilianshan Mount: Evidence from the sedimentary facies and susceptibility of rocks of the Hekou Group, Lanzhou-Minhe Basin (in Chinese with English abstract). Earth Science Frontiers, 2008, 15(2): 261-271.

16. Hu Hongfei, Dai Shuang, Tang Yuhu, Hou Wantong, Zhu qiang, Liu ping. Metallogenic charactelustics and genesis of gold deposits in the western rift zone of the northern margin of north china platform (in Chinese with English abstract). Geology and Prospecting, 2008, 44(1): 9-14

15. Wang Shifeng, Zhang Weilin, Fang Xiaomin, Dai Shuang, Oliver Kempf. Magnetostrati- graphy of the Cenozoic Zhada basin in the SW Tibetan Plateau and its tectonic implications. Chin. Sci. Bull., 2008, 53(1): 1-8.

14. Guillaume Dupont-Nivet, Wout Krijgsman, Cor G. Langereis, Hemmo A. Abels, Shuang Dai & Xiaomin Fang. Tibetan Plateau aridification linked to global cooling at the Eocene- Oligocene transition, Nature, 2007, Vol. 445: 635-638.

13. Dai Shuang, Fang Xiaomin, Mark dekkers, Chen Yu,Zhang Weilin. The secondary remanent magnetization in the Early Cenozoic redbed of Huoshaogou Formation and its influence on the primary remanent magnetization, Chinese Progress in Geophysics. 2007, 22(6): 1760-1766.

12. Fang Xiao-min, Song Chun-hui, Dai Shuang, Zhu Yingtang, Gao Junpin, Zhang Weilin. Cenozoic deformation and uplift of the NE Qinghai-Tibet Plateau: Evidence from high- resolution magnetostratigraphy and basin evolution (in Chinese with English abstract). Earth Science Frontiers, 2007, 14(1): 230-242.

11. Fang, X.M., Zhang, W.L., Meng, Q.Q., Gao, J.P., Wang, X.M., King, J., Song, C.H., Dai, S. Miao, Y.F., High resolution magnetostratigraphy of the Neogene Huaitoutala section in the eastern Qaidam Basin on the NE Tibetan Plateau, Qinghai Province, China and its implication on tectonic uplift of the NE Tibetan Plateau. Earth Plant. Sci. Lett., 2007, 258, 293–306.

10. Miao Y F, Fang X M, Dai S, Liu W M, Yang M L, Chen C F. Origin of the second terraces in the Huangshui drainage area, Qinghai, China, studied based on sporopollen records. Geological Bulletin of China, 2007, 26(12): 1697-1702

9. Dai, S., X. Fang, G. Dupont-Nivet, C. Song, J. Gao, W. Krijgsman, C. Langereis, and W. Zhang, Magnetostratigraphy of Cenozoic sediments from the Xining Basin: Tectonic implications for the northeastern Tibetan Plateau. J. Geophys. Res., 2006, 111, B11102, doi:10.1029/ 2005JB004187.

8. Dai Shuang, Fang Xiaomin, Song Chunhui, Gao Junping, Gao Donglin and Li jijun. Early uplift of the northern Tibetan Plateau. Chin. Sci. Bull., 2005, 50(15): 1642 – 1652.

7. Fang Xiaomin, Yan Maodu, Van der Voo Rob, David K. Rea, Song Chunhui, Josep M. Parés, Gao Junpin, Nie Junsheng and Dai Shuang, Late Cenozoic deformation and uplift of the NE Tibetan plateau: evidence from high-resolution magnetostratigraphy of the Guide Basin, Qinghai Province. Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 2005, 117( 9/10): 1208 – 1225.

6. Zhao Yande, Song Chunhui, Lu Xinchuan, Dai Shuang and Meng Qingquan. Characteristics of the magnetic fabric of sediments in the northern margin of Altun Tagh mountain since the late Cenozoic and its geological significance (in Chinese with English abstract). Journal of Lanzhou university (natural sciences). 41 (6): 11 – 16.

5. Fang Xiaomin, Zhao Zhijun, Li Jijun,Pan Baotian,Song Chunhui,Dai Shuang. Late Cenozoic magnetostratigraphy of Laojunmiao anticlines of northern Qilian shan(Mts.) and its implications for uplift of northern Tibetan Plateau(in chinese). Science in China (D series), 2004, 32(2): 97-106

4. Daishuang, Fangxiaomin,Zhangxiang,et al.,The Island Arc of northern of Tarim-SK plate:the geology and geochemistry of Gongpoquan group. Journal of Lanzhou university (natural sciences), 2003, 39(4):80-87

3. Daishuang, Fangxiaomin, zhangxiang, et al., The Origin and its Tectonics Settings of Diorite- Granitoid in the centre of Beishan region, Gansu. Journal of Lanzhou university (natural sciences), 2003, 39(1): 86-92.

2. Dai Shuang, Renyuzhi, Chenyu, The Ore-bearing porphyry at Island-arc in the GongPoQuan Copper deposit: its Geology and Geochemistry, Journal of Lanzhou university (natural sciences), 2002, 38(5): 100-107.

1. Dai Shuang. The evolution of plate tectonic and its Copper and multi-metal metallogenic Series in Beishan Region. Journal of Lanzhou university (natural sciences), 2001, 37(6): 112-120.