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Assoc. Hongshan Gao

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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 2315

Fax:       +86 931 891 2330

Email:     gaohsh@lzu.edu.cn

 

vEDUCATION

19992005   College of Earth and Environmental Science, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou Got Ph.D. in Physical Geography in 2005.

Advisor: Prof. Baotian Pan

1995—1999   Department of Geography, Qufu Normal University, Qufu

Got Bachelors degree in Geographical Education in 1999

 

vPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2008—present:  Associate Professor, Lanzhou University

2005—2008:    Lecturer, Lanzhou University

 

vRESEARCH INTERESTS

Surface processes and landform evolution.

Current research activities focus on: 1) fluvial terrace generation(Yellow River and Yangtze River, China), linkages between climatic and tectonic processes over timescales scales of 104 to 106 yrs; 2) the evolution of fluvial landscape (Wei River and Shiyang River, China) in response to rapid sub-orbital scale climate change during late Pleistocene.

 

vTEACHING & SUPERVISION

Geomorphology

 

vSELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Pan Baotian, Su Huai, Hu Zhenbo, Hu Xiaofei, Gao Hongshan, et al. Evaluating the role of climate and tectonics during non-steady incision of the Yellow River: evidence from a 1.24 Ma terrace record near Lanzhou, China. Quaternary Science Reviews, 2009, 28(27-28): 3281-3290.

Gao Hongshan, Liu Xiaofeng, Pan Baotian, et al. Stream response to Quaternary tectonic and climatic change: evidence from the Upper Weihe River, Central China. Quaternary International, 2008, 186: 123-131.

Guan Qingyu, Pan Baotian, Gao Hongshan, et al. Geochemical evidence of the Chinese loess provenance during the Late Pleistocene. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 2008, 270: 53-58.

Pan Baotian, Gao Hongshan, Wu Guangjian, et al. Dating of erosion surface and terraces in the eastern Qilian Shan, northwest China. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 2007, 32(1): 143-154.

Pan Baotian, Liu Xiaofeng, Gao Hongshan, et al. Dating and genesis of the upper Weihe River terraces around Longxi basin, China. Progress in Natural Science, 2007, 17(11): 1134-1140.

Gao Hongshan, Pan Baotian, Wang Yixiang, et al. Erosion Surfaces in The East Qilian Mountains And Uplift of The Qinghai-Xizang Plateau. International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 2005, VII, 5212-5215.

Xu Shujian, Pan Baotian, Gao Hongshan, et al. Changes in sand fractions of Binggou section and the expansion and contraction of the Tengger Desert during 50-30 ka. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 2007, 32(3): 475-480.

Guan Qingyu, Pan Baotian, Gao Hongshan, et al. Instability characteristics of the East Asian Monsoon recorded by high-resolution loess sections from the last interglacial (MIS5). Science in China (Series D), 2007, 50(7): 1067-1075.

Wang Yong, Pan Baotian, Gao Hongshan, et al. Magnetic fabric2based reconstruction of the paleowind direction from a loess sequence in the northeastern flank of the Qilian Mountains. Chinese J. Geophys., 2007, 50(4): 1005-1010.

Wu Guangjian, Pan Baotian, Gao Hongshan, et al. Climatic signals in the Chinese loess record for the Last Glacial: The influence of northern high latitudes and the tropical Pacific. Quaternary International, 2006, 154/155: 128-135.

Pan Baotian, Wang Junping, Gao Hongshan, et al. Paleomagnetic dating of the topmost terrace in Kouma, Henan and its indication to the Yellow River running through the Sanmen Gorges. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2005, 50(7): 657-664.

Pan Baotian, Wang Junping, Gao Hongshan, et al. Terrace dating as an archive of the run-through of the the Sanmen Gorges. Progress in Natural Science, 2005, 15(12): 1096-1103.