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Assoc. Jie Wang

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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 2440

Fax:       +86 931 891 2330

Email:     wangjie@lzu.edu.cn

 

vEDUCATION

2007, Ph.D., Physical Geography, Lanzhou University 

2001, B.S., Geography Education, Qufu Normal University

 

vPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2008.01-2010.04, Lecturer, College of Earth and Environment Sciences, Lanzhou University

2010.05-present, Assoc. Prof., Research School of Arid Environment and Climate Change, Lanzhou University

 

vRESEARCH INTERESTS

Geomorphology and Quaternary geology; changes in glacier and climate 

 

vTEACHING & SUPERVISION

Chinese Physical Geography for senior class

Quaternary geology for graduate students

 

vSELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1    Zhou Shangzhe, Wang Jie*, Xu Liubing, et al. Glacial advances in southeastern Tibet during late Quaternary and their implications for climatic changes. Quaternary International, 2010, 218:(1-2): 58-66.

2    Wang Jie, Zhou Shangzhe, Zhao Jingdong, et al. Quaternary glacial geomorphology and glaciations of Kongur Shan, Eastern Pamir, China. Science in China Series D: Earth Sciences, 2010 (accepted).

3    Wang Jie, Zhou Shangzhe, Cui Jianxin. Progress of Research on “8.2 ka BP Cold Event”. International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), 2005, 27(4): 520-527.

4    Zhao Jingdong, Liu Shiyin, Wang Jie, et al. Glacial advances and ESR chronology of the Pochengzi Glaciation, Tianshan Mountains, China. Science China Earth Sciences, 2010, 53(3): 403-410.

5    Zhou Shangzhe, Wang Xiaoli, Wang Jie, et al. A preliminary study on timging of the oldest Pleistocene glaciation in Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Quateranry International, 2006, 154-155: 44-511.