Talent details

Name:Qinghai Zhang
Title & Affiliation:professor
Homepage in Chinese:http://sourcedb.itpcas.cas.cn/cn/expert/201804/t20180403_4991228.html
Address:Building 3, Courtyard 16, Lincui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, China

Education and Appointments

Ph.D. University of Bremen, Germany, 2013
M. S. China University of Petroleum, China, 2005
B. S. Northeast Petroleum University, China, 2002
Professor, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2018-present
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Geosciences, University of Bremen, 2013-2017

Research Interest

Research Interests: Larger foraminiferal biostratigraphy, basin evolution, paleoenvironment
Research Fields: Biostratigraphy, Paleoenvironment

Selected Publications

Publications in the recent 5 years (2016-2020) (* corresponding author; # joint first authors; Including books and book chapters)

Part 1: 5 representative publications  

1. Zhang, Q.*, L. Ding, K. Kitajima, J. W. Valley, B. Zhang, X. Xu, H. Willems and A. Klügel (2020). "Constraining the magnitude of the carbon isotope excursion during the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum using larger benthic foraminifera." Global and Planetary Change 184, doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2019.103049. 

2. Zhang, Q.*, H. Willems, L. Ding and X. Xu (2019a). "Response of larger benthic foraminifera to the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum and the position of the Paleocene/Eocene boundary in the Tethyan shallow benthic zones: Evidence from south Tibet." GSA Bulletin 131(1-2): 84-98. 

3. Zhang, Q.* (2019b). "The Paleocene/Eocene boundary and the Tethyan shallow benthic zonation." Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 58(3): 372-387. (in Chinese with English abstract) 

4. Zhang, Q.*, I. Wendler, X. Xu, H. Willems and L. Ding (2017). "Structure and magnitude of the carbon isotope excursion during the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum." Gondwana Research 46: 114-123. 

5. Kahsnitz, M. M. *, Q. Zhang and H. Willems (2016). "Stratigraphic distribution of the larger benthic foraminifera Lockhartia in south Tibet (China)." Journal of Foraminiferal Research 46(1): 34-47. 

Part 2: all other publications (exclude part 1) 

1. Xiong, Z., L. Ding*, R. A. Spicer, A. Farnsworth, X. Wang, P. J. Valdes, T. Su, Q. Zhang, L. Zhang, F. Cai, H. Wang, Z. Li, P. Song, X. Guo and Y. Yue (2020). "The early Eocene rise of the Gonjo Basin, SE Tibet: From low desert to high forest." Earth and Planetary Science Letters 543: 116312. 

2. Cai, F. *, L. Ding, Q. Zhang, D. A. Orme, H. Wei, J. Li, J. e. Zhang, T. Zaw and K. Sein (2020). "Initiation and evolution of forearc basins in the Central Myanmar Depression." GSA Bulletin 132: 1066-1082.