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姓    名:
颜茂都 
性    别:
男 
学    历:
博士 
专家类别:
研究员  
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010-8409 7089 
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010-8409 7079 
电子邮件:
 maoduyan@itpcas.ac.cn
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北京市朝阳区林萃路16号院3号楼    100101

简历:
1993年9月-1997年7月,兰州大学自然地理学学士
1997年9月-2000年7月,兰州大学自然地理学研究生
1999年4月-7月,美国密歇根大学短期访问学者
2000年8月-2002年12月,美国密歇根大学地质学硕士
2003年1月-2006年4月,美国密歇根大学地质学博士
2006年2月-2008年2月,美国加州大学圣克鲁斯分校博士后
2008年7月-2009年5月,澳洲西澳大利亚大学博士后
2009年5月2010年1月,澳洲西澳大利亚大学副研
2010年1月-至今,中国科学院青藏高原研究所研究员

研究方向:
古地磁学和构造学

职务:

社会任职:

承担项目:
  • 国家自然科学基金委重大国际合作基金项目” 亚洲季风-干旱环境演化与青藏高原北部的生长”(安芷生院士项目);
  • 国家发改委科技重大油气专项子专题” 天山新生代变形及其对周围盆地油气藏调整的制约”(方小敏教授项目).

获奖及荣誉:
  • 并获得甘肃省科学技术进步奖二等奖(2004);
  • 美国地质学会学生奖(2004);
  • 在密歇根大学就读期间,有三个小项目获得资助。

代表论著:
  1. Yang S.L., X. Fang, M. Yan, Z. Shi, C. Song, Y. Han, Grain size profiles in the Chengdu Clay, eastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau: Implications for significant drying of Asia since ~500 ka B.P., Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2010, 38, 57-64.
  2. Yan, M., X. Zhao, and P. Riisager, New paleomagnetic results from the igneous rocks of the Nauru Basin, Western Pacific: implications on paleolatitudes and magnetostratigraphy, Earth and Planet. Sci. Lett., 2008, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2007.11.047.
  3. Yan, M., R. Van der Voo, X. Fang, J.M. Pares, and D.K. Rea, Paleomagnetic evidence for a mid – Miocene clockwise rotation of about 25° of the Guide Basin area in NE Tibet, Earth and Planet. Sci. Lett., 2006, 241, 234-247.
  4. Yan, M., R. Van der Voo, L. Tauxe, X. Fang, and J.M. Pares, Shallow bias in Neogene paleomagnetic directions from the Guide Basin, NE Tibet, caused by inclination error, Geophys. J. Int., 2005, 163, 944-948.
  5. Fang, X., M. Yan, R. Van der Voo, D.K. Rea, C. Song, J.M. Parés, J. Gao, J. Nie, and S. Dai, Late Cenozoic deformation and uplift of the NE Tibetan Plateau: evidence from high-resolution magnetostratigraphy of the Guide Basin, Qinghai Province, China, Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 2005, 117 (9/10), 1208-1225.
  6. Fang, X., Z. Zhao, J. Li, M. Yan, B. Pan, C. Song, and S. Dai, Magnetostratigraphy of the late Cenozoic Laojunmiao anticline in the northern Qilian Mountains and its implications for the northern Tibetan Plateau uplift, Sci. Chin. (D), 2005, 48(7), 1040-1051.
  7. Fang, X., Z. Zhao, J. Li, M. Yan, B. Pan, C. Song, and S. Dai, Paleomagnetism of the late Cenozoic stratigraphy in the Jiuxi Basin north of the Qilian Mts. and uplift the Tibetan Plateau. Sci. Chin. (D), 2004, 34(2), 97-106.
  8. Parés, J.M., R. Van der Voo, M. Yan, and X. Fang, After the dust settles: why is the Blake Event imperfectly recorded in Chinese loess? In timescales of the paleomagnetic field, Editors of J.E. Channell, D.V. Kent, W. Lowrie and J.G. Meert, 2004, Geophysical Monograph, 145, 191-204.
  9. Song, C., X. Fang, J. Gao, J. Nie, M. Yan, X. Xu, and D. Sun, Magnetostratigraphy of Late Cenozoic fossil mammals in the northeastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau. Chin. Sci. Bull., 2003, 48(2), 188-193.
  10. Song, C., X. Fang, J. Li, J. Gao, D. Sun, J, Nie, and M. Yan, Late Cenozoic sedimentological evolution of the Guide Basin, Qinghai and uplift of the NE Tibetan Plateau. Review Geol., 2003, 40(4), 337-346.
  11. Song, C., X. Fang, J. Li, J. Gao, D. Sun, M. Fan, and M. Yan, Pliocene sedimentary environment of the Guide Basin on the northeast margin of the Qinghai - Tibetan Plateau and its significance. Quat. Sci., 2003, 23(1), 92-102.
  12. Parés, J.M., R. Van der Voo, W.R. Downs, M. Yan, and X. Fang, Correction to ‘‘Northeastward growth and uplift of the Tibetan Plateau: Magnetostratigraphic insights from the Guide Basin,’’ J. Geophys. Res., 2003, 108(B8), 2400, doi:10.1029/2003JB002624.
  13. Parés, J.M., R. Van der Voo, W. Downs, M. Yan, and X. Fang, Northeastward growth and uplift of the Tibetan Plateau: Magnetostratigraphic insights from the Guide Basin. J. Geophys. Res., 2003, 108(B1), 2017, 1-11.
  14. Yan, M., Late Cenozoic magnetostratigraphy of the Guide Basin, NE Tibetan Plateau, and its geological implications. Univ. of Michigan, 2002.
  15. Fang, X., Z. Shi, S. Yang, M. Yan, J. Li, and P. Jiang. Loess in the Tianshan and its implications for the development of the Gurbantunggut Desert and drying of northern Xinjiang. Chin. Sci. Bull., 2002, 47 (16), 1381-1387.
  16. Yan, M., X. Fang, S. Chen, S. Yang, L. Lu, J. Li and Z. An. Pleistocene magnetic susceptibility and stratigraphy study in Tibetan loess and its great climatic change events.  Sci. China, D, 2001, 44, 227-232.
  17. 颜茂都、方小敏、陈诗越、杨胜利、李吉均、安芷生. 青藏高原更新世黄土磁化率和磁性地层与高原重大气候变化事件. 中国科学,D辑(增刊),2001,31, 182-186.
  18. Zhao, Z., X. Fang, J. Li, B. Pan, M. Yan, Z. Shi. Paleomagnetic dating of the Jiuquan Gravel in the Hexi Corridor Implication on mid-Pleistocene uplift of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2000, v 46, 23, 2001-2005.

部分学术会议报告:

  1. 颜茂都,方小敏,张伟林,刘栋梁,新生代以来青藏高原东北部的构造变形研究,第三届构造地质与地球动力学学术研讨会,284.
  2. Yan, M., Tohver, E., Kirschvink, J., Playton, R., Hocking, R., Haines, P., Montgomery, Cawood, P.A., Paleomagnetic Investigation of the Late Devonian Reef Complexes of the Canning Basin, Western Australia, Australian Earth Sciences Convention, 2010.
  3. Yan, M. Tohver, E., Cawood, P.A., Kirschvink, J., Peek, S., Playton, R., Hocking, R., Haines, P., Montgomery, P. Paleomagnetic study of the Late Devonian reef complexes of the Canning Basin, Western Australia, AGU Fall Meeting, 2008, GP51A-475.
  4. Yan, M., X. Zhao, and P. Riisager, New paleomagnetic results from the igneous rocks of the Nauru Basin, Western Pacific: implications on paleolatitudes and magnetostratigraphy, AGU Fall Meeting, 2006, GP11A-0061.
  5. Fang, X. M. Yan*, R. Van der Voo, J. Li, X. Zhao, C. Song, and S. Dai, Paleomagnetism of the Neogene Jiuxi Basin, Hexi Corridor, China: implications on a rigid deformation mechanism? AGU Fall Meeting, 2006, T41C-1584.
  6. Van der Voo, R., M. Yan, X. Fang, and J.M. Pares, 3-D magnetostratigraphy of the Guide Basin, Qinghai Province, NE Tibet, EGU Spring Meeting, 2005.
  7. Yan, M., R. Van der Voo, X. Fang, J.M. Pares, and D.K. Rea, Paleomagnetism indicates Mid-Miocene rotation of the NE Tibetan Plateau, AGU Fall Meeting Suppl., 2004, 85(46), abstract.
  8. Yan, M., R. Van der Voo, X. Fang, J.M. Pares, D.K. Rea, and C. Song, Neogene magnetostratigraphy of the Guide Basin: mid-Miocene clockwise rotation and implications for uplift of the NE Tibetan Plateau. GSA Fall Meeting, 2004, Vol. 36, No. 5, abstract.
  9. Yan, M., J.M. Pares, R. Van der Voo, D.K. Rea, and X. Fang, Pleistocene magnetostratigraphy of the Gonghe Basin, NE Tibetan Plateau: Headward incision of the Yellow River after 1.8 Ma. AGU Spring Meeting, 2004, GP001.
  10. Yan, M., X. Fang, J.M. Pares, R. Van der Voo, D.K. Rea, C. Song, and J. Li, Neogene Magnetostratigraphy of the Guide Basin and its implications for Pliocene Evolution of the NE Tibetan Plateau. AGU Fall Meeting, 2003, GP11C-0275.
  11. Yan, M., L. Lu, S. Chen S. Yang, and X. Fang, Can soil carbonate be used as proxy for high-resolution climate change? Chin. Sci. Bull., 1999, 44 Supp. 1, 282.
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