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Daidu Fan, Associate Professor, Marine Geology
Tongji University
School of Ocean and Earth Science
1239 Siping Road
Shanghai 200092
China
ddfan@mail.tongji.edu.cn
China Ambassador
Education
  • B.S. China University of Geosciences, 1994, Earth Science
  • Ph.D. Tongji University, 2001, Marine Geology
Research Interests
  • Coastal sedimentology - developing basic sedimentation models for interpreting ancient sedimentary deposits, particularly tidal deposits
  • Paleo-tempestology - developing long-term records of intense storms from sedimentary and documentary archives
  • Stratigraphic records of Late Quaternary environmental change
  • Zircon Chronology - tracing evolution of source-to-sink systems, especially the evolution of the Yangtze River drainage basin since the Cenozoic India-Eurasia collision and the Tibet Plateau uplift

Xiumian Hu, Associate Professor, Sedimentologist
Nanjing University
Department of Earth Sciences
Nanjing 210093
China
huxm@nju.edu.cn
Xiumian
Education
  • B.Sc., Chengdu Institute of Technology, 1996, Geosciences
  • M.Sc., Chengdu University of Technology, 1999, Geology
  • Ph.D., Chengdu University of Technology, 2002, Geology
Research Interests
  • Major geological events and their sedimentary response
  • Oceanic red beds and black shales through geological time
  • Mesozoic-Cenozoic stratigraphy, sedimentology, paleoceanography, palaeoclimatology, and source rocks on the Tibetan Plateau and Himalayas
  • Geological evolution of the Himalayas and Tibet
  • Tehtys Ocean evolution