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Xu Bing
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  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

Education and Appointments:

Xu Bing
Division of Cenozoic Geology and Environment
Aug 2004: PhD, Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
BSc: Engineering Geology, Shandong mining college, Taian, 1996

Research Interests:
Cosmogenic nuclide geochemistry and chronology, Environmental Geochemistry (including isotope geochemistry), past climatic and environmental changes
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Supported Projects:
The chronological implication of land snail shells in north China
The dynamics of heavy metal transportation and deposition in the Liaodong Bay.

Selected Publication:
  1. Bing Xu.., L. Wang, Z. Gu, Q. Hao, H. Wang, G. Chu, D. Jiang, Q. Liu, and X. Qin, 2018. Decoupling of Climatic Drying and Asian Dust Export During the Holocene, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123(2), 915-928.
  2. Bing Xu., Z. Gu, Y. Pei, and Y. Lv, 2017. Radiocarbon dating of the Pleistocene/Holocene climatic transition across the Chinese Loess Plateau, Quaternary Geochronology, 41, 112-118.
  3. Bing Xu., Z. Gu, X. Qin, Y. Wu, G. Mu, Y. Jiao, L. Zhang, Q. Hao, L. Wang, D. Wei, and J. Liu, 2017. Radiocarbon Dating the Ancient City of Loulan. Radiocarbon 59(4): 1215-1226.
  4. Bing Xu, Zhaoyan Gu, Chengyuan Wang, Qingzhen Hao, Jingtai Han, Qiang Liu, Luo Wang, Yanwu Lu, 2012. Carbon isotopic evidence for the associations of decreasing atmospheric CO2 level with the Frasnian-Famennian mass extinction. J. Geophys. Res., G01032, doi:10.1029/2011JG001847.
  5. Wang Luo, Li Jingjing, Lu Houyuan, Gu Zhaoyan, Patrick Rioual, Hao Qingzhen, Anson W. Mackay, Jiang Wenying, Cai Binggui, Xu Bing, Han Jingtai, Chu Guoqiang. The East Asian Winter Monsoon over the last 15,000 years: its links to high-latitudes and tropical climate systems and complex correlation to the summer monsoon. Quternary Science Reviews, 2012,32:131-142.
  6. Bing Xu, Gu Z.Y., Han J.T., Hao Q.Z., Lu Y.W., Wang L., Wu N.Q., Pei Y.P., 2011. Radiocarbon age anomalies of the land snail shells in Chinese Loess Plateau. Quaternary Geochronology 6, 383-389.
  7. Bing Xu, Zhaoyan Gu, Jingtai Han, Zongxiu Liu, Yunpeng Pei, Yanwu Lu, Naiqin Wu, Yongfu Chen, 2010. Radiocarbon and stable carbon isotopes analyses of land snails from the Chinese loess plateau: environmental and chronological implications. Radiocarbon 52, 149-56.
  8. Hao, Qingzhen, Guo, Zhengtang, Qiao, Yansong, Xu, Bing, Oldfield, F., 2010.Geochemical evidence for the provenance of Middle Pleistocene loess deposits in southern China Quaternary Science Reviews  29, 3317-3326.
  9. Xu Bing, Xiaobo Yang, Zhaoyan Gu, Yanhui Zhang, Yongfu Chen, Yanwu Lv, 2009a. The trend and extent of heavy metal accumulation over last one hundred years in the Liaodong Bay, China. Chemosphere, doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere. 2008.12.067.
  10. Xu Bing, Zhaoyan Gu, Jingtai Han, Yanhui Zhang, Yongfu Chen, Yanwu Lu, 2009b. Sequential extractions and isotope analysis for discriminating the chemical forms and origins of Pb in sediment from Liaodong Bay, china. Archive of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. doi : 10.1007/s00244-008-9268-5.
  11. Xu, Bing, Zhaoyan Gu, Jingtai Han, Chengyuan Wang, 2008. Environmental changes during Frasnian-Famennian transition in south China: A multiproxy approach. J. Geophys. Res. 113, G04033, doi:10.1029/2007JG000450.
  12. Xu Bing, Gu Zhaoyan, Liu Qiang, Wang Chengyuan, Li Zhenliang, 2003. Carbon isotopic record from Upper Devonian carbonates at Dongcun in Guilin, southern China, supporting the world-wide pattern of carbon isotope excursions during Frasnian-Famennian transition. Chinese Science Bulletin. 48: 1259-1264.
  13. Gu Zhaoyan, Liu Qiang, Xu Bing, Han Jiamao, Yang Shiling, Ding Zhongli , Liu Tungsheng, 2003. Climate as the dominant control on C3 and C4 plant abundance in the Loess Plateau: Organic carbon isotope evidence from the last glacial-interglacial loess-soil sequences. Chinese Science Bulletin. 48:1271-1276.
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