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4th Circular for the 1st GSC-GSA Joint Scientific Meeting, June 17-19, 2013 


GSC-GSA Joint Meeting 2013
ROOF OF THE WORLD
June 17-19, 2013
Venue: Jinjiang Hotel, Chengdu, China
The 4th Circular

In order to promote understanding and education of Earth Sciences, the Geological Society of
China (GSC) and the Geological Society of America (GSA) signed an agreement in October,
2011 to host their First Joint Scientific Meeting with the title of Roof of the World. The meeting
will be held from June 17 to 19, 2013 in the City of Chengdu, China. The International Section
of the GSA played a key role in bringing this meeting to the participants. The call for abstracts
was met with a great success with a total number of abstracts for oral and poster presentations
exceeding 400 and a total number of registrants exceeding 700. Apart from the 3-day conference,
several post-meeting field trips will be held to examine sites of the end-of-Permian mass
extinctions and ore deposits across southern China. The 7th World Chinese Conference on
Geological Sciences (WCCOGS) will also be held in Chengdu immediately prior to the joint
GSC-GSA meeting on June 14-15 at Chengdu Eastar Hotel. Tours separately to the Chengdu
Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding and to the Wenchuan Earthquake Site near Chengdu will
be organized on June 16 (Sunday) and a reception will be held in the evening of June 16
(Sunday).

Table of Contents
1. Meeting Highlights
2. Technical Program at a Glance
3. Daily Schedule of Oral Presentations
4. Daily Schedule of Poster
5. Pre-meeting Field Trips
6. Post-meeting Field Trips
7. Registration Information
8. Transportation Information
9. Arrangements of Meals during the Conference
10. Climate

1.Meeting Highlights

Day 1
Sun., 16 June: Two separate tours to the Giant Panda Breeding Station and Wenchuan
Earthquake Site (08:00 – 15:00)
Sun., 16 June: Registration (9:00 – 23:00)
Sun., 16 June: Ice Breaker (18:00 – 21:00) (beer and refreshments will be provided)

Day 2
Mon., 17 June: Opening Ceremony (09:00 – 09:40)
(Welcoming address by leaders of GSC, GSA, and the Chengdu University of Technology)
Plenary Sessions (9:40 – 12:20)
Clark Burchfiel (9:40-10:20)
Runqiu Huang (10:20-11:00)
Coffee/Tea Break (11:00-11:20)
Shuwen Dong (11:20-11:50)
Mart Harrison (11:50-12:20)
Mon., 17 June: Lunch at the dining hall on the first floor of Jinjiang Hotel (12:30 – 14:00)
Mon., 17 June: Oral Sessions (14:00 – 16:00)
Mon., 17 June: Coffee/Tea Break (16:00 – 16:30)
Mon., 17 June: Oral Sessions (16:30 – 18:30)
Mon., 17 June: Dinner at the dining hall on the first floor of Jinjiang Hotel (18:30 – 20:00)

Day 3
Tues., 18 June: Oral Sessions (08:00 – 10:00)
Tues., 18 June: Coffee/Tea Break (10:00 – 10:30)
Tues., 18 June: Oral Sessions (10:30 – 12:30)
Tues., 18 June: Lunch at the dining hall on the first floor of Jinjiang Hotel (12:30 – 14:00)
Tues., 18 June: Oral Sessions (14:00 – 16:00)
Tues., 18 June: Coffee/Tea Break (16:00-16:30)
Tues., 18 June: Oral Sessions (16:30 – 18:40)
Tues., 18 June: Poster Sessions (16:30 – 18:30)
Mon., 18 June: Dinner at the dining hall on the first floor of Jinjiang Hotel (18:30 – 20:00)

Day 4
Wed., 19 June: Oral Sessions (08:00 – 10:00)
Wed., 19 June: Coffee/Tea Break (10:00 – 10:30)
Wed., 19 June: Oral Sessions (10:30 – 12:30)
Wed., 19 June: Lunch at the dining hall on the first floor of Jinjiang Hotel (12:30 – 14:00)
Wed., 19 June: Oral Sessions (14:00 – 16:00)
Coffee/Tea Break (16:00-16:30)
Poster Sessions (08:00 – 18:30)
Wed., 19 June: Closing Ceremony (18:40-19:20, Jinjiang hall), that includes
(1) Summary of the first joint meeting by leaders of GSA /GSC (18:40 – 18:50)
(2) Plans for the Second GSA-GSC Meeting (2015 November 1-4 in Baltimore, Maryland)
(18:50 – 19:00)
(3) Introduction of field trip (19:00 – 19:20)
Wed., 19 June: Banquet by the conference organizers (19:30-21:30)
20-27 June, 2013: Post-Meeting Field Trips

2.Technical Program at a Glance

ROOM 1
Plenary Sessions
Day 1: 9:40 – 12:20 June 17 2013 Room 1

ROOM 1
A-1 Evolution of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
Day 1: 14:00-16:00 & 16:30-18:30 June 17 2013 Room 1
Day 2: 8:00-10:00 June 18 2013 Room 1
B-1 Active Tectonics and Geo-hazards
Day 2: 10:30-12:30, 14:00-16:00 & 16:30-18:30 June 18 2013 Room 1
A-2 Continental Tectonics
Day 3: 8:00-10:00, 10:30-12:30 June 19 2013 Room 1
A-3 Origin of Ophiolites
Day 3: 14:00-17:00 June 19 2013 Room 1

ROOM 2
B-3 Basins and Petroleum Resources
Day 1: 14:00-16:00 & 16:30-18:30 June 17 2013 Room 2
A-5 Deep Earth Processes Revealed by Geochemistry
Day 2: 8:00-10:00 & 10:30-12:30 June 18 2013 Room 2
B-2 UHP Metamorphism, Subduction and Collision
Day 2: 14:00-16:00 & 16:30-18:25 June 18 2013 Room 2
B-5 Mineral Deposits
Day 3: 8:00-10:00, 10:30-12:30 & 14:00-16:00 June 19 2013 Room 2

ROOM 3
C-4 GAS HYDRATE
Day 1: 14:00-16:00 June 17 2013 Room 3
C-3 Carbon Cycle and CO2 Sequestration
Day 1: 16:30-18:30 June 17 2013 Room 3
A-6 Accretionary Orogens and Growth of Continental Crust
Day 2: 8:00-10:00 & 10:30-12:30 June 18 2013 Room 3
A-4 Tectonics and Sedimentation of Foreland Basins
Day 2: 14:00-16:00 June 18 2013 Room 3
C-1 Critical Transitions in Earth’s History
Day 2: 16:30-18:30 June 18 2013 Room 3
C-2 Mass Extinction at the Permo-Triassic Boundary
Day 3: 8:00-10:00 & 10:30-12:30 June 19 2013 Room 3
B-4 Water Resources and Hydrogeology
Day 3: 14:00-16:40 June 19 2013 Room 3

3. Daily Schedule of Oral Presentations
Conference Location: Jinjiang Hotel
Plenary Sessions
Day 1: 9:40 – 12:20 June 17 2013

Room 1
Co-Chairs: Xianlai Meng (GSC) and An Yin (GSA)
# Start-End Time
1 09:40-10:20 Tibetan Plateau: Progress, but many first order questions remain
Clark Burchfiel (MIT, USA )
2 10:20-11:00 What behind the landslides? A story from the Wenchuan earthquake
Runqiu Huang (Chengdu University of Technology, China)
11:00-11:20 Coffee/Tea Break
3 11:20-11:50 Outline of the SinoProbe Project
Shuwen Dong (Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences)
4 11:50-12:20 From the Hell to the Himalaya: 4.4 Billion Years of Shared Crustal
Evolution
Mart Harrison (University of California, USA)
A-1 Evolution of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau

Room 1
Co-Chairs: Nathan Niemi (University of Michigan, USA), Xuanxue Mo (China University of
Geosciences-Beijing, China), and Lin Ding (Chinese Academy of Sciences-CAS, China)
Day 1: 14:00-18:30 June 17 2013
# Start-End Time
1 14:00-14:20 An integrated approach to determining the crustal thickness history
of southern Tibet: the 92 E traverse (INVITED)
Mark Harrison (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
2 14:20-14:40 India/Asia collision: transition from compression to lateral escape
tectonics (INVITED)
Zhiqin Xu (Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences)
3 14:40-15:00 Present-day vertical motions of Tibet: Long-term tectonics, shortterm
hydrology, and other causes (INVITED)
Jeff Freymueller (University of Alaska, USA)
4. 15:00-15:20 Growing of the Tibetan Plateau from inside out (INVITED)
Chengshan Wang (China University of Geosciences-Beijing, China)
5 15:20-15:40 Tectonic evolution of foreland basins in the Gangdese-Himalaya
orogenic belt: Implication for timing of the India and Asia collision in the Early
Cenozoic (INVITED)
Lin Ding (Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS)
6 15:40-16:00 Evidence for crustal bending as a mechanism for the uplift of the
Gangdese magmatic belt in southern Tibet (INVITED)
Erchie Wang (Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS) and co-authors
16:00-16:30 Coffee/Tea Break
# Start Time
1 16:30-16:45 Is Chengdu underlain by an active east-dipping thrust and how
frequent did it generate earthquakes with surface ruptures?
An Yin (University of California, Los Angeles, USA) and co-authors
2 16:45-17:00 Birth of interior drainages of the northwestern Tibetan Plateau
Yue Zhao (Institute of Geomechanics, CAGS, China) and co-authors
3 17:00-17:15 Late Cenozoic east-west crustal shortening in the southern Longmen
Shan range front, eastern Tibet: Implications for regional stress-field changes
Gang Li (Nanjing University, China) and co-authors
4 17:15-17:30 Extensional step-over between the Zhongdian and Red River faults:
Kinematics of the Daju normal fault, incision of the Yangtze river, and plateau
evolution (Yulong Shan, Yunnan)
Jerome van der Woerd (Insitut de Physique du Globe, France) and co-authors
5 16:30-17:45 Triassic high-pressure metamorphic belt in the central Qiangtang
terrane, northern Tibetan Plateau
Qingguo Zhai (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China)
6 17:45-18:00 Clumped and conventional isotope paleoaltimetry and diagenesis in
Tibet
Jay Quade (University of Arizona, USA) and co-authors
7 18:00-18:15 GPS measurements of present-day vertical motions of Tibet
Shaomin Yang (Institute of Seismology, China Earthquake Administration, China)
8 18:15-18:30 Dating the collision of India by tracking the evolution of forces on
Eurasia
Rob Govers (Utrecht University, Netherlands) and co-authors
Day 2 8:00-10:00 June 17 2013
# Start Time
1 08:00-8:15 Coupled U-Pb dating and Hf isotopic analysis of detrital zircon of
modern river sand from the Yalu River (YarlungTsangpo) drainage system in
southern Tibet: Constraints on the transport processes and evolution of Himalayan
rivers
Jinyu Zhang (China University of China-Beijing, China) and co-authors
2 08:15-8:30 The role of mechanical erosion in the process of karst denudation: An
initial report
Eric Law (Muskingum University, USA) and co-authors
3 08:30-8:45 Greater India basin hypothesis and a two-stage Cenozoic collision
between India and Asia
Douwe van Hinsbergen (Utrecht University, Netherlands) and co-authors
4 08:45-9:00 Transition from forearc basin to syn-collisional basin in southern Tibet
(Paleocene Cuojiangding Group): Implication for the timing of the India-Asia initial
collision and emplacement of the Yarlung Zangbo ophiolites
Xiumian Hu (Nanjing University, China) and co-authors
5 09:00-9:15 Cooling history of a crustal section in eastern Tibet (Well HC1)
constrained by thermochronology
Peter Kamp (University of Waikato, New Zealand) and co-authors
6 09:15-9:30 Reconstructing the growth of high topography across eastern Tibet in
space and time
Kevin Furlong (Pennsylvania State University, USA) and co-authors
7 09:00-9:45 Late Pleistocene glaciation of the Vostoch Range, northern Mongolia
Gabrielle Vance (University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA)
8 09:45-10:00 A deep seismic reflection profile spanning the Tibetan plateau:
INDEPTH and SinoProbe
Larry Brown (Cornell University, USA) and co-authors
10:00-10:30 Coffee/Tea Break
B-1 Intra-Continental Deformation, Active Faulting and Geo-hazards
Day 2: 10:30-18:30 June 18 2013
Room 1
Co-Chairs: Clark Burchfiel (MIT, USA), and Peizhen Zhang (China Earthquake
Administration CEA, China)
# Start-End Time
1 10:30-10:50 Eocene age shortening deformation in northern Tibet: Implications for
models of plateau growth (INVITED)
Marin Clark (University of Michigan, USA) and co-authors
2 10:50-11:05 Neotectonics of the eastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau: New
evidences for a change from Early Pleistocene transpression to late Pleistocene-
Holocene strike-slip faulting
Yueqiao Zhang (Institute of Geomechanics, CAGS, China) and co-authors
3 11:05-11:20 Major fault systems and mountain building processes in the Gobi
Corridor
William Dickson Cunningham (Eastern Connecticut State University, USA) and coauthors
4 11:20-11:35 The 3-D surface displacements of the 2008 Wenchuan (Mw7.9)
earthquake estimated from ALOS and Envisat SAR data
Guangcai Feng (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia) and
co-authors
5 11:35-11:50 Acceleration and intensification of landslide, debris flow and flood geohazards
in Yin Chang Gou, Sichuan, China since the May 12, 2008 Wenchuan
earthquake
Laurence Svirchev (Chengdu University of Technology, China) and co-authors
6 11:50-12:05 Responses of river terraces to the activity variation of the active faults
in the eastern Tibetan Plateau
Guihua Chen (Institute of Geology, CEA, China) and co-authors
7 12:05-12:20 Towards a spatially and temporally constant Karakorum fault slip rate
Marie-Luce Chevalier (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China)
8 12:20-12:35 Strike-slip and thrust faults in the Longmen Shan and Chengdu basin
as constrained by the terraces of Min River
Shimin Zhang (Institute of Crustal Dynamics, CEA, China) and co-authors
12:30-14:00 Lunch
1 14:00-14:20 The structure responsible for the 2013 Ms 7.0 Lushan earthquake,
Sichuan, China (INVITED)
Haibing Li (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China)
2 14:20-14:40 Active deformation and mountain building in eastern Tibet (INVITED)
Eric Kirby (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
3 14:40-14:55 Characteristics of the recently active Badu-Longwei segment of
the Guguan-Xiangong fault zone in the southern Liupan Shan
Zhigang Shi (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China) and co-authors
4 14:55-15:10 Understanding the active tectonics in Australia: Constraints from
isotope dating and tracing
Tonguç Uysal (University of Queensland, Australia) and co-authors
5 15:10-15:25 3-D anaglyph-imaging imaging and its application in active tectonics
research
Yuping Liu (Chengdu Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources, China Geological
Survey, China)
6 15:25-15:40 Precise measurement of coseismic deformation by multi-temporal radar
interferometry
Lei Zhang (Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HK SAR, China) and co-authors
7 15:40-15:55 Geochemical characteristics of absorbing gases in fault gouges from, the
Daliushu Dam area of NW China
Xiangxian Ma (Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, China) and co-authors
16:00-16:30 Coffee/Tea Break
1 16:30-16:45 Mohr space in the Andersonian stress state and its application to the
studies of active faults
Hengmao Tong (China University of Petroleum, China)
2 16:45-17:00 Segmentation of the Yushu fault associated with the 14 April, 2010
Yushu earthquakes, Qinghai Province, China
Mervin Bartholomew (University of Memphis, USA)
3 17:00-17:15 Characteristics of crustal movement in the Longmen Shan and its
adjacent regions after the Wenchuan earthquake
Wenqing Tang (Chengdu Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources, China Geological
Survey, China)
4 17:15-17:30 The influence of climate and tectonics on topography in the Hayes
Range, Alaska
Gabrielle Vance (University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA)
5 17:30-17:45 Three-dimensional P and S wave velocity structures of the Sichuan
basin and Longmen Shan: implications for seismic hazard
Maomao Wang (Nanjing University, China also at Harvard University, USA)
6 17:45-18:00 Volcanoes of Nigeria: A preliminary study
Uriah Lar (University of Jos, Nigeria)
7 18:00-18:15 Immediate foreshock activity of the 2010 Mw6.9 Yushu, Qinghai
earthquake
Zhigang Peng (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
8 18:15-18:30 Latest Quaternary paleoseismology and slip rates of the Longriba fault
zone, eastern Tibet: implications for fault behavior and strain partitioning
Junjie Ren (Institute of Crustal Dynamics, CEA, China)
A-2 Continental Deformation and Deep Lithosphere Processes
Day 3: 8:00-12:30 June 19 2013
Room 1
Co-Chairs: An Yin (University of California, Los Angeles, USA), Zhiqin Xu (Chinese
Academy of Geological Sciences – CAGS, China), and Guowei Zhang (Northwest University,
China)
# Start-End Time
1 08:00-08:20 Regional isotopic variations in granitic rocks of southern Tibet and
magmatic contributions to crustal thickening during the Indo-Asian collision
(INVITED)
Donald DePaolo (UC Berkeley and Laurence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA) and
co-authors
2 08:20-08:40 How does the Tibetan Plateau grow laterally (INVITED)
Mian Liu (University of Missouri, USA)
3 08:40-08:55 Evolution of the Caledonian collisional orogen: Insight into processes at
the base of the Tibetan Plateau
William McClelland (University of Iowa, USA) and co-authors
4 08:55-09:10 Architecture of colliding tectonic plates in Tibet by passive source
seismology
Junmeng Zhao (Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS, China) and co-authors
5 09:10-09:25 Dynamics of India-Asia collision from 2-D and 3-D numerical modeling
Zhonghai Li (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China) and co-authors
6 09:25-09:40 Determining crustal strength from shoreline deformation, central Tibet
Xuhua Shi (The Pennsylvania State University, USA) and co-authors
7 09:40-9:55 Reconstructing the Greater North China and its Implications for Global
Tectonics
Andrew V. Zuza and An Yin (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
10:00-10:20 Coffee/Tea Break
1 10:20-10:40 SinoProbe deep reflection profiling reveals a Neo-Proterozoic
subduction zone beneath the Sichuan basin (INVITED)
Rui Gao (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China) and co-authors
2 10:40-11:00 Mesozoic tectonic evolution of Southern China (INVITED)
Shuwen Dong and Yueqiao Zhang (Institute of Geomechanics, CAGS, China)
3 11:00-11:15 The Hengshan low-angle normal fault zone: structural and
geochronological constraints on the Late Mesozoic crustal extension in South China
Jianhua Li (Institute of Geomechanics, CAGS, China) and co-authors
4 11:15-11:30 The subduction geometry change under Colombia and orogenic
evolution of the northern Andes in Late Neogene times
Chicangana Germán (Corporación Universitaria del Meta, Colombia) and co-authors
5 11:30-11:45 Paleozoic tectonics and subduction orogen in the Qinling Orogenic Belt
Yunpeng Dong and Guowei Zhang (Northwest University, China) and co-authors
6 11:45-12:00 Early Paleozoic Depositional Environment and Intraplate Tectonomagmatism
in the Cathaysia Block (South China): Evidence from Stratigraphic,
Structural, Geochemical and Geochronological Investigations
Liangshu Shu (Nanjing University, China) and B.M. Jahn (National Taiwan University)
7 12:00-12:15 Footwall tilting of Yunmengshan MCC, north of Beijing: evidence and
implications for the mechanism of low-angle normal fault
Yang Wang (China University of Geosciences-Beijing, China) and co-authors
8 12:15-:12:30 Lithospheric gravitational instability and its surface expression in
continental Plateaux
Huilin Wang (University of Alberta, Canada) and co-authors
12:30-14:00 Lunch
A-3 Origins of Ophiolites, Podiform Chromites, UHP Minerals and
Associated Tectonic Processes
Day 3: 14:00-16:35 June 19 2013
Room 1
Co-Chairs: Jingsui Yang (CAGS, China), Paul Robinson (CAGS, China), and Yildirim Dilek
(Miami University, USA)
# Start-End Time
1 14:00-14:20 Ophiolites of different tectonic settings and mantle melt origins
(INVITED)
Yildirim Dilek (Miami University, USA)
2 14:20-14:40 Origin of the podiform chromite in Tibet: expeimental constraint
Jin Zhenmin and co-authors (China University of Geosciences-Wuhan, China)
3 14:40-14:55 India-Arabia plate boundary evolution since the Jurassic from marine
geophysical, geological and seismic tomographic constraints
Carmen Gaina (University of Oslo, Norway) and co-authors
4 14:55-15:10 Magma source and evolution of the Late Neoproterozoic gabbros in the
Arabian-Nubian shield: Geochemical, mineralogical and Sr–Nd isotopic constraints
Mohamed M. Abu Anbar and Bassam A. Abu Amarah (Tanta University, Egypt)
5 15:10-15:25 Tectonic zonation and tectonic rock assemblages of mélange in the
Bangong Lake area
Tao Zhou (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China) and co-authors
6 15:25-15:40 Petrological evolution of spinel peridotite and websterite in the purang
ophiolite complex, western Tibet (INVITED)
Xuping Li (Shangdong University of Science and Technology, China) and co-authors
7 15:40-16:00 Features of diamond in ophiolite (INVITED)
Jingsui Yang (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China) and co-authors
8 16:00-16:20 High-Cr and high-Al chromitite in ophiolite of the western Yarlung-
Zangbo suture zone, Tibet
Fahui Xiong (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China) and co-authors
9. 16:20-16:35 The significance of zircon in oceanic mantle rocks (INVITED)
Paul Robinson (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China) and co-authors
B-3 Sedimentary Basins and Petroleum Resources
Day 1: 14:00-18:25 June 17 2013
Room 2
Co-Chairs: Peter Clift (Louisiana State University, USA), Amy Weislogel (West Virginia
University, USA), and Hongbin Hou (SinoPec, China)
# Start-End Time
1 14:00-14:20 Evolving river systems and climatic conditions in controlling the fill of
sedimentary basins on the eastern flank of the Tibetan Plateau (INVITED)
Peter Clift (Louisiana State University, USA) and co-authors
2 14:20-14:40 Dynamic versus flexural controls of Late Cretaceous western interior
Basin, USA (INVITED)
Shaofeng Liu (China University of Geosciences-Beijing, China) and co-authors
3 14:40-14:55 Types and characteristics of the microbial carbontate reservoir in
Lower Cambrian, Tarim Basin
Jinmin Song (Chengdu University of Technology, China)
4 14:55-15:10 Pore structure, diffusion and gas recovery in Barnett Shale
Qinhong Hu (The University of Texas at Arlington, USA) and co-authors
5 15:10-15:25 The Hydrocarbon accumulation mechanism and exploration prospects
for the Dengying Formation of Sinian in Sichuan Basin
Wei Sun (Chengdu University of Technology, China) and co-authors
6 15:25-15:40 A new age constraint on Sturtian glaciation: SHRIMP U-Pb zircon
geochronology of the Neoproterozoic Altungol Formation in Tarim Basin, NW
China
Xiaobei Zhou (Peking University, China) and co-authors
7 15:40-15:55 Earthquakes in the Longmen Shan and hydrocarbon accumulation in
western Sichuan
Junxing Cao (Chengdu University of Technology, China) and co-authors
16:00-16:30 Coffee/Tea Break
1 16:30-16:50 Reconstructing sedimentary and structural history of Middle Jurassic–
Early Cretaceous basins of the eastern Yanshan belt, northern North China
(INVITED)
Qingren Meng (Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, China) and co-authors
2 16:50-17:10 A Pre-Miocene birth to the Yangtze River (INVITED)
Hongbo Zheng (Nanjing Normal University, China) and co-authors
3 17:10-17:25 Controls of facies and palaeogeography of Cretaceous strata on gas
accumulation in the Kuqa Depression, Tarim Basin
Ronghu Zhang (Hangzhou Institute of Geology, PetroChina, China) and co-authors
4 17:25-17:40 Comparative analysis and hydrocarbon exploration in the South Yellow
Sea Basin
Wenyong Li (China Aero Geophysical Survey & Remote Sensing Center for Land and
Resources, China)
5 17:40-17:55 Morphotectonics and evolutionary controls on the Pearl River Canyon
system, South China Sea
Weiwei Ding (The Second Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration,
China)
6 17:55-18:10 Application of Re-Os geochemistry to sedimentary basins: basin-scale
correlation, deposition age and environment
Guangping Xu (AIRIE Program, Colorado State University, USA) and co-authors
7 18:10-18:25 Post-Early-Cretaceous basement-controlled uplift and exhumation in
the Sichuan basin at the eastern margin of the Tibetan plateau
Bin Deng (Chengdu University of Technology, China) and co-authors
A-5 Deep Earth Processes through Geochemistry
Day 2: 8:00-12:40 June 18 2013
Room 2
Co-Chairs: Youxue Zhang (University of Michigan, USA), Yigang Xu (Chinese Academy of
Sciences, China), Jianping Zheng (China University of Geosciences-Beijing, China)
# Start-End Time
1 08:00-08:20 Insights into craton evolution and destruction based on studies of deep
seated xenoliths from the North China and Tanzanian cratons (INVITED)
Roberta Rudnick (University of Maryland, USA)
2 08:20-08:40 The formation of Bayan Obo, the world’s largest REE deposit, by
protracted steam-cooking (INVITED)
Weidong Sun (Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, CAS, China) and co-authors
3 08:40-08:55 Mantle replacement in the South China Block during the Mesozoic and
the Cenozoic
Chuanzhou Liu (Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, China) and co-authors
4 08:55-09:10 Sulfur speciation in hydrothermal fluids
Huaiwei Ni (University of Science and Technology of China, China) and co-authors
5 09:10-09:25 Deep melting of recycled crust from stagnant slab and genesis of
alkaline basalts in eastern China
Lihui Chen (Nanjing University, China) and co-authors
6 09:25-09:40 Magnesium isotopic behavior during continental subduction
Shuijiong Wang (University of Geosciences-Beijing, China) and co-authors
7 09:40-09:55 Subduction factory: new genesis of abiotic hydrocarbons and diamond
(graphite) to the upper mantle
Renbiao Tao (Peking University, China) and co-authors
8 09:55-10:10 Geochemistry of Cretaceous lamprophyre and Paleogene basalt in
Guangxi Province, south China: Transformation of mantle source
Xiyao Li (China University of Geosciences-Wuhan, China) and co-authors
9 10:10-10:25 Geoneutrino studies of the Earth: composition of the Earth, its
radiogenic heat production and imaging deep structures in the mantle
William McDonough (University of Maryland, USA)
10:00-10:30 Coffee/Tea Break
1 10:30-10:50 Experimental insights into the interior processes and chemical
compositions of the deep Earth (INVITED)
Yingwei Fei (Carnegie Institution of Washington, USA) and co-authors
2 10:50-11:10 Zircon U-Pb ages and Lu-Hf isotopes for negative to low δ18O
magmatic rocks of Neoproterozoic age in South China (INVITED)
Yongfei Zheng (University of Science and Technology of China, China) and co-authors
3 11:10-11:25 The last stages of terrestrial planet formation: Dynamical friction and
the late veneer
Qingzhu Yin (University of California Davis, USA) and co-authors
4 11:25-11:40 Dissolution kinetics of silicate minerals and rocks in water at high
temperatures within the critical region: Silicate mineral-water system
Ronghua Zhang (Institute of Mineral Resources, CAGS) and co-authors
5 11:40-11:55 Kinetic experiments on syenite-water interactions at temperatures from
20 C to 435 C
Xuetong Zhang (Institute of Mineral Resources, CAGS, China) and co-authors
6 11:55-12:10 In Situ FT-IR observations on NaCl-H2O-D2O fluids at temperatures
up to 850 C using hydrothermal diamond anivl cell
Chuanzhou Liu (Institute of Mineral Resources, CAGS, China) and co-authors
7 12:10-12:25 Origin of superchondritic mantle and quantification of the spidergram
sequence
Youxue Zhang (University of Michigan, USA) and co-authors
8 12:25-12:40 Coupled W and Os isotopic variations in IID iron meteorite carbo,
implications on the Hf-W chronology
Liping Qin (University of Science and Technology of China, China) and co-authors
12:35-14:00 Lunch
B-2 UHP Metamorphism, Oceanic-Continental Subduction and Collision
Day 1: 14:00-18:30 June 17 2013
Room 3
Co-Chairs: Larissa Dobrzhinetskaya (University of California Riverside, USA), Yongfei
Zheng (University of Science and Technology of China), and Lifei Zhang (Peking University,
China)
# Start-End Time
1 14:00-14:20 Subduction channel processes: a tectonic mechanism for varying extents
of metamorphism during continental collision (INVITED)
Yongfei Zheng (University of Science and Technology of China)
2 14:20-14:40 Establishing the timing of UHP metamorphism and exhumation from
long-lived and complex zircon growth (INVITED)
Jane A. Gilotti (University of Iowa, USA) and co-authors
3 14:40-15:00 The long duration and slow exhumation of UHPM oceanic rocks in
western Tianshan, China (INVITED)
Lifei Zhang (Peking University, China)
4 15:00-15:20 A thermodynamic model for the exhumation of oceanic crust (INVITED)
Yi Chen and Kai Ye (Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, China)
5 15:20-15:40 Fate of carbon during deep subduction and exhumation in the presence
of fluid (INVITED)
Larissa Dobrzhinetskaya (University of California at Riverside, USA) and co-authors
6 15:40-15:55 Crust-mantle interaction in continental subduction channel:
Geochemical evidence from postcollisional mafic igneous rocks
Zifu Zhao (University of Science and Technology of China, China) and co-authors
16:00-16:30 Coffee/Tea Break
1 16:30-16:45 Experimental investigation on the exsolution of pyroxene from majoritic
garnet at high pressure and temperature
Junfeng Zhang (CUG-Wuhan, China) and co-authors
2 16:45-17:00 The Tongbai HP metamorphic terrane in central China: constraints on
the onset and diachroneity of continental subduction
Xiaochun Liu (Institute of Geomechanics, CAGS) and co-authors
3 17:00-17:15 The role of rutile during partial melting of subducted crust in North
Qaidam UHPM belt (NW China): implications for TTG genesis
Guibin Zhang (PKU, China) and co-authors
4 17:15-17:30 The felsic vein within the garnet pyroxenite from Shenglikou, North
Qaidam: episodic fluid flow during the exhumation of the rock
Yuting Cao and Danling Chen (Northwest University, China)
5 17:30-17:45 Petrology of Archean eclogites from Belomorian Province
(Shirokaya Salma), Russia
Xiaoli Li (PKU, China) and co-authors
6 17:45-18:00 Multi-stage exhumation processes of high-pressure to ultrahighpressure
metamorphic rocks: In the view from extensional structures of the
Tongbai-Dabie orogenic belt in eastern China
Wei Lin (Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS)
7 18:00-18:15 Hydroxyl incorporation in diopside and sodic clinopyroxenes up to 10
GPa and implications for watertransportation in subduction zones
Yao Wu (CUG-Wuhan, China) and co-authors
8 18:15-18:30 The multi-stage tectonic evolution of the Xitieshan terrane, North
Qaidamorogen, NW China: from Grenvillian orogeny to Early Paleozoic ultrahighpressure
metamorphism
Cong Zhang (PKU, China) and co-authors
B-5 Mineral Deposits: Genesis and Exploration
Day 3: 8:00-16:00 June 19 2013
Room 2
Co-Chairs: Jingwen Mao (CAGS, China), Yanjin Chen (Peking University, China), Richards
Jeremy (University of Alberta, Canada), and Guoxiang Chi (University of Regina, Canada)
# Start-End Time
1 08:00-08:20 Porphyry Cu ± Mo ± Au and IOCG deposits in continental interiors
(INVITED)
Jeremy Richards (University of Alberta, Canada) and co-authors
2 08:20-08:40 Linking formation of the Pacfic plate and Mesozoic metallogenic
response on the circle-pacific continertal margins (INVITED)
Huayong Chen (Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, CAS, China) and co-authors
3 08:40-08:55 Geology, geochemistry, geochronology and genesis of the Yangla skarn
copper deposit, Yunnan Province, China
Jingjing Zhu (CAGS, China)
4 08:55-09:10 Mafic enclaves at Jiru porphyry Cu deposit, southern Tibet: implication
for the Eocene magmatic-hydrothermal Cu mineralization
Xiang Sun (China University of Geosciences-Beijing, China)
5 09:10-09:25 Increased magmatic water content—the key to Porphyry Cu – Mo ± Au
formation in the Gangdese Belt, Tibet
Rui Wang (University of Alberta, Canada) and co-authors
6 09:25-09:45 Factors controlling localization of unconformity-related uranium
deposits in the Proterozoic Athabasca Basin, Canada
Guoxiang Chi (University of Regina, Canada)
7 09:45-10:00 The Formation of The Potassium-Rich Hot Brine in The Rifting
Depression of Jiangling, Hubei Province, China
Chenglin Liu (China University of Petroleum, Beijing) and co-authors
10:00-10:30 Coffee/Tea Break
1 10:30-10:50 Porphyry Cu(Mo,Au) deposits in China: Distribution through
geological history and further discovery (INVITED)
Jingwen Mao (Institute of Mineral Resources, CAGS, China) and co-authors
2 10:50-11:10 Orogenic gold deposits: genesis and exploration (INVITED)
Richard Goldfarb (USGS, US) and co-authors
3 11:10-11:25 Mineralogy and metasomatic evolution of the Hongniu-
Hongshanporphyry-skarncopper deposit in Zhongdianarea, Yunnan province,
China
Huijuan Peng (Institute of Mineral Resources, CAGS, China)
4 11:25-11:40 Mineralogical, petrological, and petrogenetic analysis of felsic intrusive
rocks at the Sisson Brook W-Mo-Cu deposit, west-central New Brunswick
Wei Zhang (University of New Brunswick, Canada) and co-authors
5 11:40-11:55 Geology and structural controls on some of ree and polymetalic Nb-Zr-
Ta deposits-bearing alkaline-peralkaline rocks in the Arabian shield, Kingdom of
Saudi Arabia
Maher El (Saudi Geological Survey, Saudi Arabia) and co-authors
6 11:55-12:10 Proterozoic IOCG metallogenic system of “Dongchuan” Group in
central Yunnan Province: A case study on the Yinachang deposit
Lin Hou (China University of Geoscience-Beijing, China) and co-authors
7 12:10-12:25 The supper-large Dahutang tungsten deposit – A new discovery, Jiangxi
Province, China
Zhihao Mao (CAGS, China) and co-authors
12:30-14:00 Lunch
1 14:00-14:20 Gold deposits in China (INVITED)
Fengjun Nie (Institute of Mineral Resources, CAGS, China)
2 14:20-14:35 Mineralization in the Gejiu district, southwest China
Yanbo Chen (CAGS, China) and co-authors
3 14:35-14:50 Petrographical features of the Shilu Fe-polymetallic ore deposit in
Hainan Province, South China: implication for ore-deposit type
Deru Xu (Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, CAS, China)
4 14:50-15:05 Research on mineralization of the Hongtoushan massive sulfide deposit
in the Archean granite-greenstone terrane
Ende Wang (Northeastern University, China) and co-authors
5 15:05-15:20 Integrated geophysical mapping of structures beneath Ijero – Aramoko
area, southwestern Nigeria: Implications for control of mineralization
Lateef Audu (Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria) and co-authors
C-4 Gas Hydrate
Day 1: 14:00-16:00 June 17 2013
Room 3
Co-Chairs: I-Ming Chou (USGS) and Haiqi Zhang (China Geological Survey)
# Start Time
1 14:00-14:20 Recent modeling studies of gas production from hydrate deposits and of
the corresponding geomechanical system response (INVITED)
George Moridis (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory United States)
2 14:20-14:40 Gas hydrate in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau permafrost, China (INVITED)
Youhai Zhu (Strategic Research Center of Oil and Gas Resources, Ministry of Land and
Resources)
3 14:40-15:00 Applications of optical cells with fused silica windows to the studies of
gas hydrates (INVITED)
I-Ming Chou (Sanya Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, CAS)
4 15:00-15:15 Gas-hydrate petroleum system in Shenhu Area, northern continental
slope of the South China Sea
Ming Su (Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, CAS) and co-authors
5 15:15-15:30 Simulation of permafrost degradation and associated hydrological and
ecosystem carbon dynamic changes in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
Sergey Venevsky (Tsinghua University, China)
6 15:30-15:45 Preliminary research on gas hydrate reservoir in Qilian Mountain
permafrost with AVO forward modeling technique
Kun Xiao (CUG-Beijing,China) and co-authors
16:00-16:30 Coffee/Tea Break
C-3 Carbon Cycle and CO2 Sequestration
Day 1: 16:30-18:35 June 17 2013
Room 3
Co-Chairs: Peter D. Warwick (U.S. Geological Survey, USA) and Daoxian Yuan (CAGS, China)
# Start-End Time
1 16:30-16:50 Assessment of Assessment of carbon sequestration capacities in biologic
and geologic reservoirs in the United States (INVITED)
Peter D. Warwick (U.S. Geological Survey, USA) and co-authors
2 16:50-17:10 CO2 geological storage in saline aquifers around Bohai Basin: Capacity
assessment and recent experiments (INVITED)
Zhonghe Pang (Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, China)
3 17:10-17:30 CO2-water-rock interactions during geological CO2 storage (INVITED)
Chen Zhu (Indiana University, USA) and co-authors
4 17:30-17:50 Short-time scale carbon cycles in karst processes and their carbon sink
effect (INVITED)
Cheng Zhang (The Institute of Karst Geology, CAGS, China)
5 17:50-18:05 In Situ Raman spectroscopic study of the evaporation and salt
precipitation indicates carbon dioxide injection into brine in reservoir for
sequestration
Ying Chen (China University of Geosciences-Wuhan, China) and co-authors
6 18:05-18:20 Analysis of rocky desertification and soil erosion in relationship to rock
types in Guizhou and Guangxi Provinces
Yik Yu Au (Institute of Karst Geology, CAGS, China) and co-authors
7 18:20-18:35 The reaction kinetics between CO2-bearing fluid and olivines/Hawaiian
picrites
Zhengrong Wang (Yale University, USA) and co-authors
A-6 Accretionary Orogens and Growth of the Continental Crust
Day 2: 8:00-11:25 June 18 2013
Room 3
Co-Chairs: Bor-ming Jahn (National Taiwan University), Brian Windley (University of
Leicester, UK), Min Sun (University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China), Tao Wang
(CAGS, China), Fuyuan Wu (Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, China)
# Start-End Time
1 08:00-08:20 Asian continental growth in the Phanerozoic: Zircon Hf Isotopic
constraints from the central Asian to eastern Tethyan rrogenic belts (INVITED)
Sun-Lin Chung (National Taiwan University) and co-authors
2 08:20-08:40 Sutures in the Altaids (INVITED)
Wenjiao Xiao (Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, China)
3 8:40-9:00 Mode of reciprocal continental growth and shrinkage in a Pacific-type
orogen: a new template from Japan (INVITED)
Yukio Isozaki (University of Tokyo, Japan)
4 9:00-9:15 Continental architecture and crustal growth in the SW sector of the
Central Asia Orogenic Belt: evidence from Nd isotope mapping
Tao Wang (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China)
5 9:15-9:30 Accretionary Orogens of the Japanese islands and their comparison with
the central Asian orogenic belt: Sr-Nd-Hf Isotopic Evidence
Bor-ming Jahn (National Taiwan University)
6 9:30-9:45 Recycling of ancient crustal material in the latest Ordovician to Early
Devonian magmatism in Russian Altai, Central Asian Orogenic Belt
Ming Chen (University of Hong Kong) and co-authors
7 9:45-10:00 The Barrovian and granulite metamorphism in the Chinese Altai:
separate or shared tectono-metamorphic histories?
Yingde Jiang (University of Hong Kong) and co-authors
10:00-10:30 Coffee/Tea Break
1 10:30-10:50 Ancient continents among the accretionary complexes of the central
Asia orogenic belt: in situ Os isotope evidence (INVITED)
Kuo-Lung Wang (Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei) and co-authors
2 10:50-11:10 Geochemistry of Cretaceous lamprophyre and Paleogene basalt in
Guangxi Province, South China: transformation of mantle source (INVITED)
Tim Kusky (China University of Geosciences-Wuhan, China) and co-authors
3 11:10-11:25 The Pre-Jurassic ophiolitic mélange in the northern margin of North
China Craton: geochemical characteristics and tectonic implications
Yang Wang (China University of Geosciences -Beijing, China) and co-authors
12:00-14:00 Lunch
A-4 Foreland Basin Tectonics and Sedimentation
Day 2: 14:00-16:00 June 18 2013
Room 3
Co-Chairs: Nazrul Khandaker (The City University of New York – York College, USA),
Chengzhao Jia (China National Petroleum Corporation, China), Haibing Li (CAGS, China)
# Start Time
1 14:00:14:20 Late Miocene-Quaternary synchronous-but-magnitude-differentiated
episodic rapid uplifts of the NE Tibetan plateau: A synthesis from flexural basins
(INVITED)
Xiaomin Fang (Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS, China) and co-authors
2 14:20-14:40 Tectonosedimentologic significance of the Upper Cretaceous foreland
basin siliciclastics: western interior, USA (INVITED)
Nazrul Khandaker (The City University of New York: York College, USA)
3 14:40-14:55 Discovery and its tectonic significance of an ancient earthquake in the
Pleistocene along the southwestern margin of the Qaidam Basin
Zhu Meng (Changjiang Survey Technology Research Institute, Ministry of Water
Resources, China) and co-authors
4 14:55-15:10 Stepwise Tarim sea retreat (west China): Eustatic vs. tectonic control
and links with Asian aridification
Guillaume Dupont-Nivet (UMR-CNRS 6118 Geosciences Rennes France) and co-authors
5 15:10-15:25 Nd-Sr isotopic evolution of Asian dust: Tectonic and climatic
implications
Wenfang Zhang (Nanjing University, China) and co-authors
6 15:25-15:40 Northward migration of the western segment of the Eastern Kunlun
strike-slip fault: Implications for Late Cenozoic evolution of the Qimen Tagh Range
and southwestern Qaidam basin, northern Tibetan plateau, China
Feng Cheng (Peking University, China) and co-authors
16:00-16:30 Coffee/Tea Break
C-1 Critical Transitions in the History of Life and Earth
Day 2: 16:30-18:40 June 18 2013
Room 3
Co-Chairs: Shuhai Xiao (Institute of Virginia Tech, USA), Tao Deng (CAS, China), Qiang Ji
(CAGS, China), and Junyuan Chen (CAS, China)
# Start-End Time
1 16:30-16:50 Impacts and life: new methods for identifying ancient terrestrial
cratering events (INVITED)
Matthew Wielicki (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
2 16:50-17:10 Doushantuo macrofossil compressions imply the Ediacaran
Hiemalora as attachment disc of algae (INVITED)
Feng Tang (Institute of Geology, CAGS, China) and co-authors
3 17:10-17:30 What biology can we learn from nucleus-like intracellular inclusions
in Proterozoic cells? (INVITED)
Shuhai Xiao (Virginia Tech, USA) and co-authors
4 17:30-17:50 Vertebrate Paleontology in Tibetan Plateau: Progress and prospects
(INVITED)
Xiaoming Wang (Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, USA) and co-authors
5 17:50-18:05 New material of petalocrinidae from northern Guizhou
Yingyan Mao (Nanjing Institution of Geology and Paleontology, CAS, China) and coauthors
6 18:05-18:20 New stalked echinoderm fauna from the Dawan formation in western
Hubei
Jih-Pai Lin (Nanjing Institution of Geology and Paleontology, CAS) and co-authors
7 18:20-18:40 Late Cenozoic environmental change in south-western Tibet: evidence
from stable isotopes (INVITED)
Yang Wang (Florida State University, USA) and co-authors
8 18:40-19:00 Gomphotheriidae and Mammutidae (Proboscidea, Mammalia) from
the Miocene of the Linxia Basin (INVITED)
Shiqi Wang (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, CAS, China)
and co-authors
C-2 Mass Extinction at the Permo-Triassic Boundary and Subsequent
Recovery Dynamics
Day 3: 08:00-12:00 June 19, 2013
Room 2
Co-Chairs: Hongfu Yin (China University of Geosciences-Wuhan, China), Jonathan Payne
(Stanford University, USA), and Shuzhong Shen (Nanjing Institute of Geology and Paleontology,
CAS, China)
# Start-End Time
1 08:00-08:20 The end-Permian regression in South China and its implication on mass
extinction (INVITED)
Hongfu Yin (China University of Geosciences-Wuhan, China)
2 08:20-08:40 Latitudinal variations in the lilliput effect during the end-Permian mass
extinction (INVITED)
Matthew Clapham (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA)
3 08:40-09:00 Restoration of marine ecosystems following the end-Permian mass
extinction: pattern and dynamics (INVITED)
Zhongqiang Chen (China University of Geosciences-Wuhan, China)
4 09:00-09:15 Mo and U isotope evidence of ocean euxinia during the End-Permian
mass extinction
Juan Carlos Silva-Tamayo (Stanford University, USA)
5 09:15-09:30 Oceanic euxinia development during the Changhsingian (Late Permian)
and the Olenekian (Early Triassic): evidence from sulfur isotopes
Kunio Kaiho (Tohoku University, Japan)
6 09:30-09:45 Spatial variations of organic and inorganic carbon isotopic composition
during the Permian/Triassic mass extinction in South China
Genming Luo (China University of Geosciences-Wuhan, China)
7 09:45-10:00 Lower Triassic Griesbachian in Shangsi Section, NW Upper Yangtze
Region, China: implications for the formation of anachronistic carbonates
Zhiqiang Shi (Chengdu University of Technology, China)
10:00-10:30 Coffee/Tea Break
1 10:30-10:50 Calcium isotope constraints on global carbon cycle dynamics during the
end-Permian mass extinction (INVITED)
Jonathan Payne (Stanford University, USA)
2 10:50-11:10 Unraveling the last moment of the End-Permian mass extinction
(INVITED)
Shuzhong Shen (Nanjing Institute of Geology and Paleontology, CAS, China)
3 11:10-11:25 Triassic biotic recovery following the End-Permian mass extinction
(INVITED)
Jinnan Tong (China University of Geosciences-Wuhan, China)
4 11:25-11:40 Correlation of Permo-Triassic sections in eastern Greenland and
western Canada based on Re-Os and stable isotope data
Judith Hannah (Colorado State University, USA)
5 11:40-11:55 Fossil fishes from the Middle Triassic Luoping Biota, Yunnan, South
China
Wen Wen (Chengdu Center, China Geological Survey, China)
6 11:55-12:10 The Olenekian (Early Triassic) red ammonoid limestone, a time-specific
facies on the Gondwana margin: Timor - Roof of the world - Oman connection
Aymon Baud (BCG, Switzerland)
7 12:10-12:25 The transform of tetrapod fauna during the Triassic: Exampled by
Chinese record
Jun Liu (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, CAS, China)
B-4 Water Resources and Hydrogeology
Day 3: 14:00-16:40 June 19 2013
Room 3
Co-Chairs: Zheng Yan (The City University of New York and Columbia University, USA),
Bill Hu (Florida State University, USA), and Jiansheng Shi (Institute of Hydrogeology and
Environmental Geology, CAGS, China)
# Start Time
1 14:00-14:20 Quantitative study of groundwater flow and solute transport in
karst aquifers (INVITED)
Bill Hu (Florida State University, USA)
2 14:20-14:40 Provenance of high arsenic holocene sediment and low arsenic
Pleistocene sediment in bangladesh aquifers: a preliminary assessment (INVITED)
Zheng Yan (City University of New York and Columbia University, USA)
3 14:40-14:55 Enrichment of arsenic in rivers originating from the Tibetan Plateau
Shehong Li (Institute of Geochemistry, CAS, China) and co-authors
4 14:55-15:10 Evaluation of arsenic speciation of stream and hot spring deposits
through x-ray absorption spectroscopy and sorption experiment
Yinfeng Zhang (Institute of Geochemistry CAS, China) and co-authors
5 15:10-15:25 Ancient drought and flooding events recorded by microbial lipids in
China
Shucheng Xie (China University of Geosciences-Wuhan, China) and co-authors
6 15:25-15:40 Photochemical and microbial transformations of dissolved organic
matter in temperate streams associated with land use: molecular characterization
using fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry
Xiaping Li (The University of Alabama, USA)
7 15:40-15:55 Preliminary assessment of chemical characteristics of dissolved organic
carbon in surface waters of the Hulugou watershed, Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
Min Zhou (Peking University, China) and co-authors
8 15:55-16:10 Monitoring terrestrial water cycle in Tibetan Plateau using
satellite gravimetry
Jianli Chen (University of Texas at Austin, USA)
9 16:10-16:25 Effects of urbanization on groundwater quality of Laolongdong
watershed
Ren Kun (Southwest University, China) and co-authors
10 16:25-16:40 Groundwater formation mechanism in Beishan area, northwest
China—A potential site for China’s high-level radioactive waste repository
Yonghai Guo (Beijing Research Institute of Uranium Geology) and co-authors
4.Daily Schedule of Poster
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800 mm (31.5inches) X 1600 mm (63inches)
No. Name Title Institute/Company Session Time Group Board
No.
1 Bin Deng
Wedge-thrust folding in
Micangshan at eastern margin
of the Tibetan Plateau,
constrains from lowertemperature
thermochronometer model
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Continental deformation and
deep lithosphere processes 18th.pm. A2 01
2
German
Chicanga
na
The subduction geometry
change under Colombia and
orogenic evolution of the
Corporacion Universitaria
del Meta, Colombia
Continental deformation and
deep lithosphere processes 18th.pm. A2 02
northern Andes in late
Neogene times
3 Hongwei
Zheng
Collisional tectonics between
the Eurasian and Philippine
Sea plates from tomography
evidences in Southeast China
Institute of Geology,
Chinese Academy of
Geological Sciences
Continental deformation and
deep lithosphere processes 18th.pm. A2 03
4 Xiongfei
Huang
Zircon U-Pb chronology,
geochemistry of the Late
Triassic acidic volcanic rocks
from Dangchang area in the
West Qinling orogenic belt and
its implications
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Continental deformation and
deep lithosphere processes 18th.pm. A2 04
5 Jinxi Li
Paleostress Reconstruction of
Micangshan Anticlinorium on
the Southern margin of
Qinling orogenic belts,China
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Continental deformation and
deep lithosphere processes 18th.pm. A2 05
6 Qing
Chen
Effective elastic thickness and
its geological significance in
the Ordos block and adjacent
areas
Northwest Univeristy,
China
Continental deformation and
deep lithosphere processes 18th.pm. A2 06
7 Xiaonan
Yang
An overview of the destruction
of North China craton
Geological Museum of
China
Continental deformation and
deep lithosphere processes 18th.pm. A2 07
8 Xingzhon
g Ji
Paleozoic tectonic
environment in southern
Qinling: Geological and
geochemical evidences from
the Devonian cherts
China University of
Geosciences(Beijing)
Continental deformation and
deep lithosphere processes 18th.pm. A2 08
9 Andrew
Zuza
Structural and tectonic
framework of the Qilian Shan-
Nan Shan thrust belt,
northeastern Tibetan Plateau
University of California,
Los Angeles, USA
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 09
10 Baodi
Wang
Longmu Co–Shuanghu–
Changning–Menglian Suture
Zone: Residual of uniform
Early Paleozoic Tethys Ocean
Chengdu Institute of
Geology and Mineral
Resources, Chengdu,
China
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 10
11 Bin Liu
Late Permian back-arc basin
development in the western
Jinshajiang suture zone:
Geochronological,
geochemical and isotopic
evidence from Yushu-Zhiduo
mafic rocks, central Tibet
China University of
Geosciences (Wuhan)
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 11
12 Demin
Liu
Landform evidence for the
Later Cenozoic differential
uplift in the west segment of
Bangong Lake-Nujiang
tectonic zone, Xizang
China University of
Geosciences (Wuhan)
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 12
13 Fuhao
Xiong
Geochronology and
geochemistry of Middle
Devonian mafic dykes in the
East Kunlun orogenic belt,
Northern Tibet Plateau:
implications for the transition
from Prototethys to
Paleotethys orogeny
China University of
Geosciences (Wuhan)
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 13
14 Gaoxue
Yang
Petrogenesis of oceanic island
basalt from A’nyemaqen
ophiolite mélange, North
Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, China
Chang`an University,
Xi'an, China
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 14
15 Hongan
Jiang
Magmatism during the
exhumation in the Northern
Qinghai–Tibet Plateau:
Evidence from granitoids and
enclaves in Dulan area
China University of
Geosicences (Beijing)
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 15
16 Kristen
Cook
Disequilibrium between short
term and long term
exhumation rates in the
Gongga granite, western
Sichuan
GFZ Potsdam, Germany Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 16
17 Chuanya
ng Lei
The geodynamic mechanism
of Eocene large-scale felsic
volcanism in eastern
Nyainqentanghla Fault-Uplift
Chengdu university of
Technology, China
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 17
18 Chunhui
Li
Thermochronological Studies
on southeastern Tibetan
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 18
Plateau Margin A case of
Shangri-La Area
19 Zaihui Li
U-Pb dating of zircons from
metamorphic rocks of
Gaoligongshan Group in
western Yunnan,China and its
geological significance
Chengdu Institute of
Geology and Mineral
Resources, Chengdu,
China
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 19
20 Ran
Wang
Adak-type tonalite from Renbu
ophiolitic melange zone,
Southern Tibet
Chang'an University,
Xi'an, China
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 20
21 Rowan
Vernon
Structural and lithological
controls on the northern
margin of the Tibetan Plateau.
University of Leicester,
UK
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 21
22 Ryan
Leary
Age, Provenance, and
Tectonic Significance of the
Liuqu Conglomerate, Southern
Tibet
University of Arizona,
USA
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 22
23 Shuo
Zhang
The two-phase intraplate
extension of different causes
after the closure of the Middle
Tethys oceanic basin in the
Bangong Lake Zone, Tibetan
Plateau
China University of
Geosciences (Wuhan)
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 23
24 Wei Li The Formation and Evolution
of the Tibetan Plateau
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 24
25 Wentao
Huang
Inclination shallowing in
Eocene Linzizong sedimentary
rocks from Southern Tibet:
Correction, possible causes,
and implications for
reconstructing the India-Asia
collision
Peking University, China Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 25
26 Junchuan
Yu
The Cenozoic basalts from
Simao microcontinent, Eastern
Tibet Plateau: The
geochemical characteristics
and tectonic significance
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 26
27 Junchuan
Yu
Petrogenesis of Late Triassic
volcanic rocks from Changdu
microcontinent, NE Tibet
(West China): Constraints
from Geochemistry and Sr-Nd-
Pb isotopes
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 27
28 Nian Yu
Deep geophysical structure
research on middle section of
the Longmen Mountain
tectonic belt
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 28
29 Zhang
Zhang
The Formation Age of Tibet
Rutog-Duolong Magmatic Arc
and Its Associated
Mineralization System
Chengdu Center,China
Geological Survey
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 29
30 Jun Hu
Toward Complete Three-
Dimensional Movements for
Alpine Glacier in Qinghai-
Tibetan Plateau by Integrating
D-InSAR, MAI and Offset-
Tracking Measurements
Central South University Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 30
31 Guangfu
Zou
The Sedimentary-Tectonic of
basins on north slope of the
mount Qomolongma in
Phanerozoic,Tibet
Chengdu Institute of
Geology and Mineral
Resources, China
Geological Survey
Evolution of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau 18th.pm. A1 31
32 Aaron
Bustard
Tungsten Mineralization
Processes at the Sisson Brook
W-Mo-Cu deposit, Central
New Brunswick: the Role of
Formation of Titaniferous
Phases at Reaction Fronts
University of New
Brunswick, UK
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 32
33 Changyu
n Park
Mineral Chemistry and Age
Dating of W-skarn Deposit at
Weondong mine, Taebak in
Korea
Yonsei University, South
Korea
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 33
34 Congjun
Huang
The Lead Isotopic Evidence of
The Metal Sources of Ore-
Forming Materials of The Lala
IOCG Deposit, Kangdian Area,
SW China
Chengdu University of
Technology
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 34
35 Jiawen
Hu
Calculation and
thermodynamic analysis of
logf(O2)–loga(SiO2) diagrams
of the CaO-FeO-SiO2-O2
system
College of Resources,
Shijiazhuang University
of Economics
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 35
36 Jiawen
Hu
Configurational
Transformation of Complex
Phase Diagrams under
Constrained Conditions—A
Phenomenon of General
Significance
College of Resources,
Shijiazhuang University
of Economics
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 36
37 Jiayong
Yan
3D structure of pluton and its
relationship with metallogenic
of the middle and lower
Yangtze River Metallogenic
Belt using 3D gravity and
magnetic inversion
Institute of Mineral
Resources, Chinese
Academy of Geological
Sciences
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 37
38 Jingsong
Lv
Mineralization systems of a
mantle plume and Oresearching
Prospect of the
Zhongdian Area in Yunnan
Province
Chengdu University of
Technology
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 38
39 Jiuhua Xu
Fluid Inclusion Study on the
Dongtongyu gold deposit in
Xiaoqinling Mt area, China
University of Science and
Technology, Beijing,
China
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 39
40 Hualiang
Li
Discovery and prospecting
significance of ULuqiong
Magnetite-rich in Ritu
County,Tibet
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 40
41 Li Sun
Fluid Inclusion Characteristics
of Caixiashan Pb-Zn Deposit
in Eastern Tianshan ,China
and Its Meaning for Ore
Genesis and Prospecting
Chinese Academy of
Geological Sciences
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 41
42 Li Zhang
Mineralogical characteristics of
the bauxite deposits in the
southeast of Yunnan, China
Yonsei University, South
Korea
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 42
43 Mingyun
Zhang
Preliminary Interpretation for
Characteristics and Genesis of
the Baxilute Tin-polymetallic
Deposit, Southeast Pamir
Henan Institue of
Geological Survey
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 43
44 Mingyun
Zhang
Geologic Setting and Relative
Metallogenesis in the
Southeast Pamir Tectoniclithofacies
Belt
Henan Institue of
Geological Survey
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 44
45 Guangxio
ng Peng
Quantitative Evaluation on
Effectiveness of Geochemical
Prospecting Techniques
Based on Meta-Analysis
Qinghai Institute of
Geological Survey
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 45
46 Guangxio
ng Peng
An Improved Crosta
Technique for Alteration
Information Extraction Based
on Local Variable Window
Qinghai Institute of
Geological Survey
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 46
47 Qiang
Wang
The Occurrence of
Radioactive Elements and Its
Significance from Galale
Copper and Gold Deposit in
Bangong Co-Nujiang
Metallogenic Belt
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 47
48 Shao
Yang
The Discovery and Geological
Significance of
Zhalongqiongwa Rich
Magnetite in the Southern
Bangong Co Area
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 48
49 Changmi
ng Wang
Geochemistry and zircon U-Pb
geochronology associated with
tin-bearing granitoids:
Constraints on two continental
collisions in the Tengchong-
Baoshan area, Yunnan
Province
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 49
50 Wei Li
The Characteristics and
Mineralization of Xiaya
Rockbody in Changdu area,
eastern Tibet
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 50
51 Wenling
Cui
Application of the lead
isotopes for hidden mineral
deposit prediction of Gongbei
Gold deposit, NE Tibet
Plateau
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 51
52 Wenyan
He
The Mineralization of the
Beiya Skarn Gold Deposit in
Yunnan, Southwest China
China University of
Geoscienses (Beijing)
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 52
53 Xinlu Hu
Zircon U-Pb geochronology of
ore-bearing plagiogranite
porphyry in the Tuanjiegou
gold deposit, Heilongjiang
Province, NE China
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 53
54 Yan
Zhang
Gold occurrence of goldbearing
mineral arsenopyrite
of Miao Long gold deposit, Gui
Zhou
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 54
55 Yang
Wang
Understanding the
metallogenic specificity of
magmatic hydrothermal
deposits: A perspective from
hard-soft acid-base (HSAB)
theory
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 55
56 Youliang
Chen
Vertical Zoning Characteristics
of Trace Element in Zoige
510-1 Uranium Deposit,
Sichuan Province,China
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 56
57 Haijun Yu
The geochemical
characteristics of granites from
Xiuwacu in Zhongdian area,
Yunnan
Geological Survey of
Yunnan Province,
Kunming, China
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 57
58 Yuanfu
Xiao
Characteristics and
Significance of Rare Native
Element Minerals and
Intermetallic Compounds from
the Garjoan Copper Deposit,
Tibet
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 58
59 Kai Zhao
Morphology characteristics
and chemistry composition of
pyrite of Laowangzhai gold
deposit in the Ailaoshan
orogenic belt, SW China
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 59
60 Zhenjie
Zhang
Iron isotope systematics of
magnetite: Implications for the
genesis of Makeng iron
deposit, southern China
China University of
Geosciences (Wuhan)
Mineral deposits in
continents: Genesis and
exploration
18th.pm. B5 60
61 Jinbao Su
Intracontinental evolution of
western Jiangnan Orogen in
Neoproterozoic: insight from
Granite gravel of Fanjingshan,
South China
Hohai University, China
Accretionary orogens and
growth of the continental
crust
19th.am. A6 01
62 Jinxi Li
Strain Analysis Near The
Boundary Faults of The
Northern Dabashan
Nappes,The Southern Qinling
Orogenic Belts
Chengdu University of
Technology
Accretionary orogens and
growth of the continental
crust
19th.am. A6 02
63 Shan Li
Detrital zircon geochronology
and Hf isotope of Triassic
sandstones in Inner Mongolia,
China: Implications for the
provenance and postaccretionary
crustal evolution
of the southeastern Central
Asian Orogenic Belt
Institute of Geology,
Chinese Academy of
Geological Sciences
Accretionary orogens and
growth of the continental
crust
19th.am. A6 03
64 Songjian
Ao
Microcontinent and arc
collision in the Beishan
orogen: constraint from detrital
zircon U-Pb and 40Ar/39Ar
geochronology: implications
for continental growth of the
southern Altaids
Institute of Geology and
Geophysics, Chinese
Academy of Sciences
Accretionary orogens and
growth of the continental
crust
19th.am. A6 04
65 Xiaoxia
Wang
Nature of Qinling collisional
orogen basement: Nd isotopic
evidence from Mesozoic
granitoids
Institute of Mineral
Resources, Chinese
Academy of Geological
Sciences
Accretionary orogens and
growth of the continental
crust
19th.am. A6 05
66 Yang
Wang
Yanshan Fold-and-Thrust Belt
of the North China Craton: A
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Accretionary orogens and
growth of the continental 19th.am. A6 06
Mesozoic Analogue of
Himalaya
crust
67 Biping
Deng
Noble Gas Isotope and Silicon
Isotope Trace the Crustmantle
Effect in the Ore-
Forming Process: Example as
Alkali-Rich Porphyry
Polymetallic Depoists in
Western Yunnan, China
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 07
68 Chao
Chen
Zircon U-Pb age and
Geochemistry of Rhyolite in
Jianshui, Yunnan and Its
Geological Implications
china university of
geosciences (Wuhan)
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 08
69 Dong Yi
Geochemistry and Implication
of Paleogene Intrusions from
the Kemailuo of Shangri-La
region, Eastern Tibetan
Plateau
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 09
70 Fang Fan
Stable isotope (C, O) Study of
Ma Naoke Carlin-type Gold
Deposit in Western Si Chuang
Province
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 10
71 Fangfang
Huang
An analysis of the
geochemical characteristics of
trace elements of the Ag-Pb-
Zn deposit in Batang Shaxi,
Sichuan Province
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 11
72 Fuhao
Xiong
Multi-style modification of
subcontinental lithospheric
mantle during a tethys
orogeny: Evidence from
Permo-Triassic Mafic Dike
Swarms in Northern Tibet
Plateau
China University of
Geosciences (Wuhan)
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 12
73 Gang Liu
Geochemistry Character of
Strontium Isotope and Its
Application to the Analysis of
Sedimentary Environment
Chinese Academy of
Geological Sciences
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 13
74 Gao
Cheng
The isotopic geochemistry
tracing of the Miocene orebearing
granite porphyry on
southern margin of Gangdese,
Tibet
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 14
75 Hanbin
Feng
The diabase magma evolution
discussion at Luoji Village of
northwest Yunnan
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 15
76 Yupeng
Huang
The discovery and significance
of the special mix crystal
xenoliths in shoshonitic
volcanic breccia at Maguan,
Southeastern Yunnan
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 16
77 Limei
Tang
The Petrology and
Geochemical Characteristics
of Magellan Seamounts
Second Institute of
Oceanography, SOA,
China
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 17
78 Min
Zhang
Magma Property, Evolution
and Metallogenic Significance
of Adakitic Alkali-Rich
Porphyry from Machangqing in
Western Yunnan, China
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 18
79 Jin Na
Effectiveness Of Using CO2
As A Stimulation Agent For
Enhanced Geothermal
Systems (EGS)
Jilin University, China Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 19
80 Qingzhu
Yin
Light Elements in the Core
and Equilibration Degree with
Silicate Mantle: Perspective
from First-Principles Molecular
Dynamics
University of California
Davis, USA
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 20
81 Ross
Waldrip
Geochemistry of Cenozoic
volcanic rocks in Tibet: insight
into deep-crustal and mantle
processes during the transition
from oceanic subduction to
continental collision
University of Arizona,
USA
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 21
82 Wengao
Zhang
Geochemical Characteristics
and Tectonic Significance of
Alkaline Volcano Rock in
Pingli county, South Qinling
Chang’an University,
Xi'an, China
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 22
83 Xiufang
Zhao
The Significance and
Application of Researching
Trace Element in quartz
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 23
84 Qiaojuan
Yan
Geochemical Characteristics
of LongKong Volcanic Rock in
the North QiLian
Chang’an University and
Xi’an Center of
Geological Survey
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 24
85 Yanyan Li
The Research Significance of
Trace Element of Quartz in
Gacun Deposit
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 25
86 Ye Yuan
The Geochemical
Characteristics of Lincang
Granite of Different Periods
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 26
87 Yong Lv
Characteristics of the
Paleogene Basic Dike Swarm
in the Pingda Area, in Western
Yunnan
Institute of Karst
Geology, Chinese
Academy of Geological
Sciences
Deep Earth processes
through geochemistry 19th.am. A5 27
88 Chen Ge
Research on Tectonic
Evolution and Their
Responses to Deposition of
The Cretaceous in Kuqa
Foreland Basin
Hangzhou Research
Institute of Petroleum
Geology, PetroChina
Foreland basin tectonics and
sedimentation (north of the
Tibetan Plateau)
19th.am. A4 28
89 Lu Zeng
U-Pb and Lu-Hf isotope
systematics of detrital zircons
from the upper Paleozoic to
Mesozoic, western Qinling,
central China: Implication for
the provenance and
paleogeography
University of Chinese
Academy of Sciences,
Beijing, China
Foreland basin tectonics and
sedimentation (north of the
Tibetan Plateau)
19th.am. A4 29
90
Mohamed
Metwaly
Abu
Anbar
Magma Source and Evolution
of the late Neoproterozoic
Gabbros in the Arabian-
Nubian Shield: Geochemical,
Mineralogical and Sr–Nd
Isotopic Constraints
Faculty of Sceince, Tanta
university, Egypt
Origin of ophiolites, podiform
chromites, UHP minerals
and tectonics
19th.am. A3 30
91 Wenlong
Liu
CPO Induced Seismic
Anisotropy in Subduction
Zone: Antigorite vs. Olivine
China University of
Geosciences (Wuhan)
Origin of ophiolites, podiform
chromites, UHP minerals
and tectonics
19th.am. A3 31
92 Zhou Tao
Tectonic zonation and tectonic
rock assemblages of melange
in Bangong Lake area
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Origin of ophiolites, podiform
chromites, UHP minerals
and tectonics
19th.am. A3 32
93 Jinxi Zou
Petrogenesis of Permian
basalt from Luoji region of
Shangri-La,Western Yunnan
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Origin of ophiolites, podiform
chromites, UHP minerals
and tectonics
19th.am. A3 33
94 Chao Luo
Accumulation conditions and
enrichment mechanism of
Shale gas in Nangao section,
Yangtze Platform,S.China
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Sedimentary basins and oilgas
resources 19th.am. B3 34
95 Fei Shang
Mesozoic Deposystems and
Evolution of the Qamdo Basin,
Eastern Tibet
West Virginia University,
USA
Sedimentary basins and oilgas
resources 19th.am. B3 35
96 Guozhi
Wang
Constraint of Apatite T-t
History on Uplift of Salient in
Southern Jiyang Depression,
Eastern China
Chengdu University of
Technology
Sedimentary basins and oilgas
resources 19th.am. B3 36
97 Jin Su
Generation and accumulation
of marine gases in the
Himalayan: taking the Tarim
basin as an example
China National
Petroleum Company
(CNPC)
Sedimentary basins and oilgas
resources 19th.am. B3 37
98 Jin Su
The control effect of
Neotectonic movement on the
phase behavior of marine
reservoirs and the petroleum
properties in north Tarim Basin
China National
Petroleum Company
(CNPC)
Sedimentary basins and oilgas
resources 19th.am. B3 38
99 Jun Wang
Detrital zircon age for the
fossil-bearing Xingezhuang
Formation in the Jiao-Lai
basin, East Shandong, China
University of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong
Sedimentary basins and oilgas
resources 19th.am. B3 39
100 Zhenhon
g Li
Initiation and Development of
Jurassic Orogeny at North
Margin of North China Craton:
evidences from detrital heavy
minerals, geochemistry and
Zircon U-Pb geochronology
Institute of
Geomechanics, Chinese
Academy of Geological
Sciences
Sedimentary basins and oilgas
resources 19th.am. B3 40
101 Lin Li
Late Permian–Middle Triassic
backarc basin development in
West Qinling, China
University of Rochester,
USA
Sedimentary basins and oilgas
resources 19th.am. B3 41
102 Ronghu
Zhang
FACIES,
PALAEOGEOGRAPHY AND
THEIR CONTROLLING FOR
GAS ENRICHMENT OF THE
CRETACEOUS IN KUQA
DEPRESSION,TARIM
BASIN
Petroleum Institute,
PetroChina
Sedimentary basins and oilgas
resources 19th.am. B3 42
103 Wenling
Cui
The Carboniferous Structural
characteristics and reservoir
analysis of the sixth and ninth
area, Karamay Oilfield , in
northwestern margin of
Junggar basin
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Sedimentary basins and oilgas
resources 19th.am. B3 43
104 Yanyan
Wu
Research of Characteristics of
Chang 9 Reservoir in
Hongjingzi-Luopangyuan Area
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Sedimentary basins and oilgas
resources 19th.am. B3 44
105 Zhengjun
Wang
Origin and Accumulation
Model of Natural Gas in
Ordovician Buried Hill
Reservoirs in the Nanpu Sag,
Bohai Bay Basin
PetroChina Sedimentary basins and oilgas
resources 19th.am. B3 45
106 Jonell
Tara
Quaternary Indus River
Terraces as Records of the
Landscape Response to
Summer Monsoon Variability,
NW Himalaya, India
Louisiana State
University
Sedimentary basins and oilgas
resources 19th.am. B3 46
107 Cangxu
Feng
Monitor of Qinghai-Tibet
Plateau Hydro-thermal
Circulation With Heat Pulse
Center for Hydrogeology
and Enviormental
Geology Survey,China
Geological Survey
Water resources,
hydrogeology 19th.am. B4 47
108 Xuebin
Chen
Hydrogeochemical
characteristics of Qingmuguan
karst underground river under
different conditions
School of Geographical
Sciences, Southwest
University
Water resources,
hydrogeology 19th.am. B4 48
109 Jiacheng
Lan
Discussion water-rock
interaction and contamination
characteristics of karst
groundwater in an urbanized
area
Southwest University,
China
Water resources,
hydrogeology 19th.am. B4 49
110 Mingliang
Liu
Characteristic solutes in
geothermal water from the
Rehai hydrothermal system,
Southwestern China
China University of
Geosciences (Wuhan)
Water resources,
hydrogeology 19th.am. B4 50
111 Lili Pang
Research and application of
automatic monitoring
technology of groundwater
Center for Hydrogeology
and Environmental
Geology Survey, China
Geological Survey
Water resources,
hydrogeology 19th.am. B4 51
112 Kun Ren
Effects of Urbanization on
Groundwater Quality of
Laolongdong Watershed
Southwest university Water resources,
hydrogeology 19th.am. B4 52
113 Jinzhe
Wang
Affect the rencognition of
climate change and human
activities on groundwater in
Zhangye Basin
Institute of hysrogeology
and Environmental
Geology, Chinese
Academy of Geological
Sciences
Water resources,
hydrogeology 19th.am. B4 53
114 Wei Xu
Regional Tectonic Stability
Evaluation of the Middle
Reaches of the Yarlung
Zangbo River Hydropower
Planning
Chengdu University of
Technology
Water resources,
hydrogeology 19th.am. B4 54
115 Qinghua
Wu
Quantifying preferential flow
during rainfall and irrigation in
the North China Plain
The Institute of
Hydrogeology and
Environmental Geology,
Chinese Academy of
Geological Sciences
Water resources,
hydrogeology 19th.am. B4 55
116 Xiaobo
Zhang
Estimation of Reservoir
Temperature Using Silica and
Cationic Solutes
Geothermometers: A Case
Study in the Tengchong
Geothermal Areas
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Water resources,
hydrogeology 19th.am. B4 56
117 Xin Xu
The spatial and temporal
distribution of OCPs in
underground water and
surface sediment of
underground river in karst area
Southwest University,
China
Water resources,
hydrogeology 19th.am. B4 57
118 Yanguo
Teng
Source Apportionment of
Three Nitrogen in
Groundwater Based on
Beijing Normal
University, China
Water resources,
hydrogeology 19th.am. B4 58
Process Analysis
119 Fanting
Bu
Effect of heterogeneity on
Long-Term Migration of CO2
in saline formations
Jilin University, China Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 01
120 Gaofan
Yue
Geological Storage Forms of
Injected CO2 and Variation
with Time: A Case Study for
Ordos Deep Saline Formation
Jilin University, China Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 02
121 Hongwu
Lei
Coupled Thermal-
Hydrodynamic-Mechanical-
Chemical (THMC) Processes
for CO2 Geological
Sequestration in Deep Saline
Aquifers
Jilin University, China Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 03
122 Jiawen
Hu
Accurate Modeling of Phase
Equilibrium and Pressure-
Volume-Temperature (PVT)
properties of Water with
Equation of State
College of Resources,
Shijiazhuang University
of Economics, China
Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 04
123 Xue Mo
The Speculation of Reason
CO2 Change on Chongqing
Xueyu Karst Cave
Southwest University,
China
Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 05
124 Jialong
Peng
Assessment of Potential
Capacities and Numerical
Simulation Study of CO2
Sequestration in Oil & Gas
Field Offshore Guangdong
SCSIO Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 06
125 Pengchu
n Li
Physical and lithological
characteristics of potential
caprocks considered for CO2
geological storage in offshore
basins, South China
South China Sea Institute
of Oceanology,Chinese
Academy of Sciences
Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 07
126 Yan Shi
Integration of Carbon
Geological Storage and
Geothermal Energy
Development in Low-
Permeability Reserviors
Jilin University, China Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 08
127 Fengkang
Wang
Study on Seasonal Variation
of CO2 Concentration in
Xueyu Cave,Chongqing
Southwest University,
China
Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 09
128 Xiaoxiao
Wang
The hydrochemistry variations
and carbon sinks of
groundwater in Xueyu cave
during a rainstorm,
Chongqing, China
Southwest University,
China
Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 10
129 Wanjun
Lu
In Situ observation of
wollastonite carbonation in
NaHCO3 aqueous solution at
elevated temperatures and
pressures via Raman
spectroscopy
China University of
Geosciences
Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 11
130 Wei
Zhang
Effects of Physical Properties
of Formation and Caprock on
Storability of CO2 in the
Target Formation
National Geological
Library of China, Beijing,
China
Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 12
131 Ke Xiao
Study on the Chemic Features
and Interchange Between the
Surface Water and
Groundwater in the Typical
Karst Valley Area
Southwest University,
China
Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 13
132 Chuanch
eng Yang
Experimental Study on
Mineralization of Carbon
Dioxide Sequestration with
FGD Gypsum
Shandong Earthquake
Administration, China
Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 14
133 Yanglin
Yang
On Numerical Study of CO2
Geological Storage under
Complex Geological
Environments: A case study at
the Songliao Basin, China
Jilin University, China Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 15
134 Cuimei
Zhang
CO2 Geological storage
capacity of the Qiongdongnan
Basin in offshore Hainan,
China
South China Sea Institute
of Oceanology
Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 16
135 Xiaowei
Zhang
The influence factors of
degasification on karst stream:
A case study on the Baizhi
stream in Nanchuan,
Southwest University,
China
Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 17
Chongqing
136 Zhong
Wang
Cost Analysis of CO2
Sequestration in Deep Saline
Formation (DSF)
Chengdu University of
Technology, China
Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 18
137 Chen Zhu
CO2 absorption and
precipitation in MgCl2-
NH3• H2O solutions:
Relevance to CO2
Sequestration
Nanjing University, China Carbon cycle and CO2
sequestration
19th.pm
. C3 19
138 Fei Han
The potential of direct dating
late Cenozoic fossils by
combined ESR/U-series
method
Institute of Geology,
China Earthquake
Administration (CEA),
China
Critical transitions in the
history of life and Earth
19th.pm
. C1 20
139 Jih-Pai
Lin
Using Virtual Palaeontology to
Investigate Trace Fossil–Body
Fossil Associations in
Molluscs from the Mesozoic of
Madagascar
Nanjing Institute of
Geology and
Palaeontology, Nanjing,
China
Critical transitions in the
history of life and Earth
19th.pm
. C1 21
140 Liqin
Zhang
Palaeoenvironmental change
across the Guadalupian-
Wuchiapingian boundary in
Sichuan, South China
Wuhan University, China Critical transitions in the
history of life and Earth
19th.pm
. C1 22
141 Yingyan
Mao
A Fossil Assemblage of
Sponge Spicules from the
Lower Kaili Formation
(Cambrian Series 2), South
China
Nanjing Institute of
Geology and
Palaeontology, Nanjing,
China
Critical transitions in the
history of life and Earth
19th.pm
. C1 23
142 Tao Deng
Paleo-altimetry of the Tibetan
Plateau as indicated by
mammalian fossils
CAS, China Critical transitions in the
history of life and Earth
19th.pm
. C1 24
143 Sukuan
Hou
Reproductive behavior of a
Late Miocene fossil pig
Chleuastochoerus (Suidae,
Artiodactyla)
Institute of Vertebrate
Paleontology and
Paleoanthropology, CAS
Critical transitions in the
history of life and Earth
19th.pm
. C1 25
144 Lin Hu
Sequence-Depositional
Character and Evolution of the
Middle Triassic Series in
Institute of Vertebrate
Paleontology and
Paleoanthropology, CAS
Critical transitions in the
history of life and Earth
19th.pm
. C1 26
Northern Sichuan Basin,
China
145 Ning
Wang
Fish Fossil Reflecting Low,
Warm, and Wet Environment
During Late Oligocene
Institute of Vertebrate
Paleontology and
Paleoanthropology, CAS
Critical transitions in the
history of life and Earth
19th.pm
. C1 27
146 Zhengqi
Xu
Sulfur Isotope Characteristics
of the metal sulfide and the
Source of Sulfur in the copperuranium
deposits of western
Guangxi
Institute of Vertebrate
Paleontology and
Paleoanthropology, CAS
Critical transitions in the
history of life and Earth
19th.pm
. C1 28
147 Guangron
g Jin
A Numerical Study on Gas
Production from Hydrate
Deposit through
Depressurization and Thermal
Stimulation
Jilin University, China Gas hydrates 19th.pm
. C4 29
148 Hui Liu
Petrologic Characteristics of
Gas Hydrate Reservoir in the
Qilian Mountain Permafrost,
China
Oil & Gas Survey,
Chinese Geological
Survey
Gas hydrates 19th.pm
. C4 30
149 Wanjun
Lu
Predict C2H6 Concentration in
Aqueous Solution Equilibrium
with Its Hydrate in the
Absence of Vapor
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing) Gas hydrates 19th.pm
. C4 31
150 Changqin
g Yu
The seismic response
characteristics of hydrate in
the permafrost region of Muli
basin
Chinese Academy of
Geological Sciences Gas hydrates 19th.pm
. C4 32
151 Jianling
Cao
Modeling the Lower Crustal
Flow beneath the Tibetan
Plateau
Institute of Earthquake
Science,CEA, China
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 33
152 Chungua
n Zhang
Deep Crustal Structure
Constrained by Geophysical
Data in the Eastern Part of
Junggar Basin
Northwest University,
China
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 34
153 Dewei Li
Lower crust flow from Ganges
basin into the Tibetan plateau
since the Miocene: effect and
China University of
Geosciences (Wuhan)
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
19th.pm
. B1 35
mechanism Wenchuan)]
154 Gen Li
Landslides associated with the
2008 Wenchuan Earthquake
and implications for the mass
balance of large earthquakes
University of Southern
California, USA
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 36
155
German
Chicanga
na
The Servita Fault, Eastern
Cordillera, Colombia: An
active thrust able to produce
an M > 7.0 Earthquake very
near to Bogotá D.C.
Corporacion Universitaria
del Meta, Colombia
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 37
156 Guifan
Chen
The Spatial Distribution
Characteristics and
Constraints of Earthquakes in
Southern Part of the Qinghai-
Tibet Plateau
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 38
157 Haijian
Hao
Characteristics and
significance of the Pleistocene
seismites in Zanda Basin,
Tibet
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 39
158 Hao Luo
Study on the Slip Rates of
Yema River-Daxue Mountain
Fault, Northeastern Margin of
the Tibetan Plateau since Late
Pleistocene
Institute of Geology and
Geophysics, Chinese
Academy of Sciences
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 40
159 Hui Wang
Evolution from step-overs to
bends on strike-slip faults:
primary results
Institute of Earthquake
Science, CEA, China
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 41
160 Ke Huang
Tectonic geomorphology and
late Quaternary slip rate of the
Fuyun fault zone, Altai
Mountains, central Asia
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 42
161 Qian Sun
Advanced DInSAR Monitoring
of Landslides in Zhouqu,
China: The Relation to the
2008 Wenchuan Earthquake
Central South University,
China
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 43
162
Taylor
Armstron
g
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A 10,000-YEAR RECORD OF
PALEOSEISMICITY ALONG
THE GUOQIONG SEGMENT
OF THE YUSHU FAULT,
QINGHAI PROVINCE, CHINA
University of Memphis,
USA
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 44
163 Zhiqiang
Yin
Some giant landslides from
Sigouxia gorge to Laganxia
gorge in NE Tibet Plateau
since the Late Glacial
China Institute of Geo-
Environmental
Monitoring, China
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 45
164 Zhiqiang
Yin
Study on the landslide
developmental characteristics
in the upper reaches of the
Yellow River NE Tibet Plateau
China Institute of Geo-
Environmental Monitoring
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 46
165 Yong-
Gang Li
Rock Damage Structure of the
South Longmen-Shan Fault in
the 2008 M8 Wenchuan
Earthquake Viewed by Fault-
Zone Trapped Waves and
Scientific Drilling
University of Southern
California, USA
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 47
166 Changqin
g Yu
Differences in deep structures
and geophysical response
characteristics before and
after the Wenchuan
earthquake
Chinese Academy of
Geological Sciences
Intra-continental deformation
[Active faults, earthquakes
and Geohazard (e.g.,
Wenchuan)]
19th.pm
. B1 48
167 Guang
Shi
A restudy of conodont
biostratigraphy of the
Permian—Triassic boundary
section in Zhongzhai,
southwestern Guizhou
Province, South China
Deakin University,
Australia
Mass extinction at the
Permo-Triassic boundary
and subsequent recovery
dynamics
19th.pm
. C2 49
168 Liang Lei
Macrofossils from the
Permian-Triassic boundary
strata at Mingtang section in
the Great Bank of Guizhou,
Southwest China
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
Mass extinction at the
Permo-Triassic boundary
and subsequent recovery
dynamics
19th.pm
. C2 50
169 Sevinc
Altiner
Taurides (Turkey), Meishan
section (South China), P-T
boundary, two extinction
Middle East Technical
University, Turkey
Mass extinction at the
Permo-Triassic boundary
and subsequent recovery
19th.pm
. C2 51
episodes, foraminifera dynamics
170 Wenchen
Xia
Biosedimentary succession
through Permian-Triassic
boundary in South China
China University of
Geosciences (Wuhan)
Mass extinction at the
Permo-Triassic boundary
and subsequent recovery
dynamics
19th.pm
. C2 52
171 Haijin Xu
Effects of melt fractional
crystallization on whole-rock
Sr-Nd and zircon Lu-Hf
isotope systems: a case study
on Weihai migmatitic gneiss,
Sulu UHP metamorphic
terrane, eastern China
China University of
Geosciences (Wuhan)
UHP metamorphism,
oceanic-continental
subduction and collision
19th.pm
. B2 53
172 Jiawen
Hu
Assessment of the Pressure-
Volume-Temperature (PVT)
Data of Water Since 1990
College of Resources,
Shijiazhuang University
of Economics
UHP metamorphism,
oceanic-continental
subduction and collision
19th.pm
. B2 54
173 Liang Liu
Evidence for the ultra-deep
subduction (≥10GPa) of the
continental rock from the North
Qinling terrane: constrained
from the high temperature and
high pressure experiment
Northwest University,
China
UHP metamorphism,
oceanic-continental
subduction and collision
19th.pm
. B2 55
174 Shun Guo
Lawsonite breakdown in the
Dabie UHP eclogite:
constrains on the fluid actions
and trace element mobilization
in deep subduction zone
Institute of Geology and
Geophysics, Chinese
Academy of Sciences
UHP metamorphism,
oceanic-continental
subduction and collision
19th.pm
. B2 56
175 Weiping
Wu
Geochemical Features of the
Caledonian Granites in the
Beihuaiyang Structural Belt,
Eastern Dabie Mt
Anhui Institute of
Geology, China
UHP metamorphism,
oceanic-continental
subduction and collision
19th.pm
. B2 57
176 Xiaoying
Liao
The metamorphic P-T-t
evolution of the retrograded
eclogite from Zhaigen area in
the North Qinling terrane
Northwest University,
China
UHP metamorphism,
oceanic-continental
subduction and collision
19th.pm
. B2 58
177 Ye Li
Paleozoic polymetamorphism
in North Qinling, Central
China: insights from in situ
titanite and zircon U-Pb
geochronology and P-T
China University of
Geosciences (Beijing)
UHP metamorphism,
oceanic-continental
subduction and collision
19th.pm
. B2 59
estimation
178 Yican Liu
Neoproterozoic low-grade
metagranites and metabasites
in the Dabie orogen:
Implications for detachment
within subducted continental
crust and multi-slice
exhumation
School of Earth and
Space Sciences,
University of Science and
Technology of China
UHP metamorphism,
oceanic-continental
subduction and collision
19th.pm
. B2 60
179 Yunfei
Ren
Petrology and isotopic ages of
felsic gneiss from the Dulan
terrane, the North Qaidam,
NW China: constraints for the
feature of subducted slab
Northwest University,
China
UHP metamorphism,
oceanic-continental
subduction and collision
19th.pm
. B2 61
180 Jianbo
Zhou
Jilin-Heilongjiang High-
Pressure Metamorphic Belt:
evidence and tectonic
implications
Jilin University, China
UHP metamorphism,
oceanic-continental
subduction and collision
19th.pm
. B2 62
5.Pre-Meeting Geological Field Trips
Leaders: Yong Li and Yunsheng Wang (Chengdu University of Technology –CDUT)
Description: Six sites in the Yingxiu and Dujiangyan City and part of Wenchuan County will be
visited. The geologic features to be examined during the trip include surface ruptures of the
Yingxiu-Beichuan fault, the Hongchun gully debris flow, the Pengguan Basement Complex, the
Pengxian-Guanxian Thrust-Nappe Belt, the post-disaster reconstruction site of the Shuimo Town,
and the ancient Dujiangyan Irrigation System.
Route: Chengdu-Yingxiu-Shuimo Town-Dujiangyan Irrigation Systen-Chengdu
Maximum Number of participants: 70 persons
Trip fees: RMB 450/person, covering transportation, guide fee, a guidebook and lunch
Leaders:Fanjin Kong(Chengdu University of Technology –CDUT)
Description: Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding (Chengdu Panda Base for short),
was founded in 1987 in the suburb of Chengdu City. It is a non-profit organization engaged in
wildlife research, captive breeding, conservation education, and educational tourism. The Base
covers an area of 106 hectares and will be enlarged to 200 hectares during the third phase of its
expansion in coming years. The Chengdu Panda Base has not only dedicated itself to giant panda
conservation, but has also made great efforts to combine natural scenery with man-made
landscapes, creating wonderful and humane living conditions for giant pandas, red pandas, and
other endangered animals in China.
Route: Chengdu—Chengdu Panda Base—Chengdu
Trip fees: RMB 260/person, covering transportation, guidance and lunch.
1. Longmenshan Structure and the Surface Rupture of Wenchuan Earthquake
2. Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding

6. Post-Meeting Geological Field Trips
Leaders: Zhong-Qiang Chen, Haishui Jiang and Zhiqiang Shi
Aims: To examine the collapse and rebuilding of marine ecosystems during the P-Tr transition
via observing Lower Permian to Middle Triassic stratigraphic successions along the northern
margin of the Upper Yangtze Platform.
Number of participants: Minimum: 15 persons maximum: 20 persons.
Registration fee: 2500 RMB, covering all expenses of transportation, meals and accommodation
during the field excursion.
Dates: June 20-23, 2013.
Excursion schedule:
June 20:
Morning: depart from Chengdu to Jiange County by bus afternoon: sightseeing at Jianmenguan
(Ancient Plank Road and unique deposits and landscape) stay overnight at Jiange County Town.
June 21:
Morning: numerous stops at the Shangsi section examining Early Permian Chihsia Formation,
Middle Permian Maokou Formation, Late Permian Wuchiaping and Talung Formations.
Afternoon: numerous stops at the Shangsi section examining P-Tr boundary beds and Lower
Triassic (Feixianguan and Jialingjiang Formations) stay overnight at Jiange County Town.
June 22:
Morning: depart from Jiange County Town to the Chaotian section to examine Late Permian
Talung Formation and P-Tr boundary beds.
Afternoon: numerous stops at the Chaotian section to examine Lower Triassic Feixianguan and
Jialingjiang Formations and Middle Triassic succession stay overnight at Jiange County Town.
June 23:
Morning: depart from Jiange County Town to the Shuangliu Airport of Chengdu City and field
excursion ends (approximately arriving at the Shuangliu Airport near lunchtime. So, please book
your return airticket starting from Chengdu Shuangliu Airport to other major airports such as
Beijing/Shanghai/Guangzhou/Hong Kong in the afternoon of June 23, 2013).
1. Permian‐Triassic boundary beds and Early Permian‐Middle Triassic marine
successions of the northern margin of the Upper Yangtze Platform
Leaders: Wenchang Li, Xiangdong Duan, and Jing Li (Yunnan Geology Survey)
The trip starts and finishes in Kunming, Yunnan Province.
General Geology of the Region: In the pre-Cenozoic tectonic framework, Yunnan is located in
a transitional area between the Tethyan domain to the west and the Pacific domain to the east.
The Tethyan domain was dominated by the accretion of continental and arc terranes onto the
southern margin of Asia throughout the Phanerozoic, with the India-Asian collision marking the
most recent event. The Pacific domain has been dominated by arc magmatism since the
beginning of the Mesozoic. This original tectonic framework has been strongly modified by
Cenozoic deformation expressed by the development of the Ailao Shan-Red River shear zone,
the Red fault system, and the Xianshuihe-Xiaojiang fault zone.
Trip fees: 5000 RMB/person, covering transportation (not contain the flight fee: Chengdu to
Kunming), meals, accommodations, permit and guide fees.
Day 1: Kunming-Dali
Introduce the field trip after check-in in Dali in the afternoon.
Day 2: Dali-Baoshan
Stop 1:The Ailaoshan-Cangshan orogen experienced passive-margin development (P2-T2),
collision of an arc against the South China craton (T2-J1), and Cenozoic modification by
thrusting and strike-slip faulting during the India-Asia collision.
Stop2: Lanping-Simao Mesozoic pull-apart basin (T3-E) and Cenozoic thrust belt. Late Permian
to Late Triassic Lincang arc.
Stop3: Lancangjiang fault zone bounding the Yangtze craton and the Changning-Menglian belt.
Day 3: Baoshan-Tengchong
Stop 4: Cenozoic Nujiang-Gaoligongshan shear zone involving Paleoproterozoic protolith.
Stop 5: Early Paleozoic (460~480 Ma) porphyritic monzonitic granite with intense
mylonitization.
Day 4: Tengchong-Lianghe (Return to Tengchong after the trip)
Stop 6: Yingjiang Cenozoic igneous activity (monzonitic granite)
Day 5: Tengchong magmatic arc belt
Stop 7: Tengchong Quaternary volcanic rock.
Stop 8: Tengchong Beihai wetland and acid volcanic lake
Stop 9: Tengchong volcanic hotsprings.
Day 6: Tengchong-Kunming
2 The Sanjiang Orogenic Belt in Yunnan Province on the Southeastern Margin of
the Tibetan Plateau (Route: Kunming-Dali-Baoshan-Tengchong-Kunming)

7. Registration Information
Location: Lobby of Chengdu Jinjiang Hotel
Time: 09:00-23:00, June 16, 2013
Process: 1. check in at hotel
2. deal with the formalities
3. pay the fees (or check payment information if you’d paid the fees on-line)
4.pick up the materials and gift

8.Transportation Information
Pick-up service will not be provided. At Shuangliu International Airport volunteers of this
meeting will show you the way to the bus stop or the taxi stand。
Road map of Chengdu City and key features relevant to this meeting are shown above.
A Chengdu Jinjiang Hotel;
B Chengdu Shidai Jinjiang International Hotel
C Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport
D Chengdu (North) Railway Station
E Chengdu East Railway Station
Map of Hotels
Chengdu Jinjiang Hotel is located at the center of Chengdu City on the well-known Funan
River, about 3 kilometers from Tianfu Square, Wuhou Temple, and Chunxi Street.
1. Transportation from the Airport to the Hotel
Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport is about 17 kilometers from the Jinjiang Hotel.
Transportation Method Approximate Cost
Taxi 60 yuan
Bus No. 300 10 yuan
2. Transportation from Chengdu (North) Railway Station to the Hotel
Transportation Method Approximate Cost
Taxi 30yuan
Metro Line 1 2 yuan
Bus No. 16 2 yuan
Chengdu Jinjiang Hotel
Locations of the Reserved Hotels and Local Transportation
Shidai Jinjiang Hotel
Jinjiang Hotel
Bus No. 300 10 yuan
3. Transportation from Chengdu East Railway Station to the Hotel
(a) Taxi: costs about 40 yuan.
(b) Take Metro Line 2 to Tianfu Square, and then take Metro Line 1 to Jinjiang Hotel (Take
about 35 minutes)
About 200 m to east of the Jinjiang Hotel, Chengdu Shidai Jinjiang International Hotel is
located at No. 59, Xianan Street, Jinjiang District, Chengdu.
1. Transportation from the Airport to the Hotel
Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport is about 17.5 kilometers from Shidai Jinjiang
International Hotel
Transportation Method Approximate Cost
Taxi 60 yuan
Bus No. 300 10 yuan
2. Transportation from Chengdu (North) Railway Station to the Hotel
Transportation Method Approximate Cost
Taxi 30 yuan
Metro Line 1 2 yuan
Bus No. 16 2 yuan
Bus No. 300 10 yuan
3. Transportation from Chengdu East Railway Station to the Hotel
(a) Taxi: costs about 40 yuan.
(b) Take Metro Line 2 to Tianfu Square, and then take Metro Line 1 to Jinjiang Hotel, and
then walk about 500 meters to your hotel.
Shidai Jinjiang International Hotel

9. Arrangements of Meals during the Conference
Meals Dining Time June 16 June 17 June 18 June 19
Breakfast 07:00-09:30
(Buffet) Lufu Garden, 1st Floor, Jinjiang Hotel
(Buffet) Caidie Dining Hall, 5th Floor of Business Building
A, Shidai Jinjiang International Hotel
Lunch 12:00-14:00 (Buffet) Lufu Garden, 1st Floor, Jinjiang Hotel
Dinner
(18:00-21:00)
Ice Breaker
Hongbin Hall,
1st Floor, North
Building of
Jinjiang Hotel
(18:00-21:00)
Buffet
Lufu Garden, 1st
Floor, Jinjiang Hotel
(19:30-21:30)
Reception
Jinjiang Hall, 2nd
Floor, North
Building of
Jinjiang Hotel

10. Climate
Area Temperatures
Chengdu 30℃
Wenchuan 30℃
Yunnan 23-28℃
Yangtze River Area 30℃

消息来源 I-Ming Chou
5/31/2013