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Jiang Maosheng
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  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

Education and Appointments:
Dr. Jiang Maosheng
Male, born in 1963 Associate Professor of Sedimentolgy

1990-1993, Institute of Geology, CAS, Ph.D. in Sedimentology
1985-1988, China University of Geosciences, M.S. in palaeontology
1981-1985, China University of Geosciences, B.S. in Palaeontology

Professional Careers:
1993-1997, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, research fellow
1997-2005,Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, associate professor
2005-2006, Institute of Geology and Mineralogy, University of Erlangen and Nuremberg, Germany, visiting scholar
2006-present, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, CAS, associate professor

Research Interests:
Carbonate sedimentology and diagenesis, Ordovician changes in sea level, Geochemistry of carbonate rocks and fossils, Isotopic evolution of sea-water.
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Supported Projects:
1.The Ordovician Carbonate platform to Mixed Siliciclastic-Carbonate shelf evolution and kinetic mechanism in Tazhong area, Tarim Basin.
2.Mixed siliciclastic-carbonate sedimentary system and controlling facters.
3.Study on the relationship between deep-water carbonate sedimentary types and sea-level changes.
4.Study on the Cretaceous outcrop investigation and reservoir modeling in Kuche,  Xingjiang China.
5. Sedimentary and geochemical records of Palaeoceanic evolution during middle-late Ordovician in South China.

1) Jiang MaoSheng, Chen Qiying (1994). The Ordovician lithofacies paleogeography and paleobiogeography of Hunan and Guizhou provinces in south China. In: Ye Lianjun ed. Biogenic Mineralization. Beijing: Ocean Press, 19-29. ( in Chinese).
2) Jiang MaoSheng, He Xinyi (1994). Early Carboniferous rugose coral biogeography of China. Scientia Geologica Sinica, 29(3): 228-235. ( in Chinese with English abstact).
3) Jiang MaoSheng(1994). Honghuayuanian and Baotaian (Ordovician) carbonate rocks in the Hunan-Guizhou region: carbon and oxygen isotopes and palaeoenvironments. Sedimentary facies and Palaeogeography, 14(6): 44-48. ( in Chinese with English abstact).
4) Jiang MaoSheng, Sha Qing’an (1995). Research advance in the mixed siliciclastic-carbonate sedimentary systems. Advance in Earth Sciences, 10(6): 551-554. ( in Chinese with English abstact).
5)  Jiang MaoSheng, Sha Qing’an, Liu Min (1996) Mixed siliciclastic-carnonate sediments during
the lower-middle Cambrian in the north China platform. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica, Vol.14Supp. 63-74. (in Chinese with English abstact).
6) Jiang MaoSheng, Sha Qinan, (1996) Algal limestone sedimentary environments of the Zhangxia Formation(Middle Cambrian),North Jiangsu and West Shandong region. Scientia Geologica Sinica. 105-110.
7) Jiang MaoSheng (1998) Sedimentary response to sea level rise during middle Ordovician in the Guizhou and Hunan regions. Scientia Geologica Sinica. 33(1): 93-101.
8) Sha Qing’an, Jiang MaoSheng (1998) Deposits of oolitic shoal facies and algal flat facies-Dissect of the Zhangxia Formation of the middle Cambrian, western Shandong Province. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica, 16(4): 62-70. (in Chinese with English abstact).
9) Bao Zhidong, Zhu Jingquan, Jiang MaoSheng (1998), Isotope and trace element evolution:
Responding to sea-level fluctuation- An example of Ordovician in middle Tarim Basin. Acta Sedimentologica Sinica, 16(4): 32-36. (in Chinese with English abstact).
10) Jiang MaoSheng, Zhu Jingquan, Li Xuejie (2001) New progress in research on deep water carbonate sedimentation. Journal of Palaeogeography, 3(4): 61-68. (in Chinese with English abstact).
11)Jiang MaoSheng, Zhu jingquan Chen daizhao (2001) Carbon and strontium isotope variations and responses to sea-level fluctuations in the Ordovician of Tarim Basin. Science in China,  44(9): 809-816.
12) Daizhao Chen, Maurice E. Tucker, Maosheng Jiang and Jingquan Zhu (2001) Long-distance correlation between tectonic-controlled, isolated carbonate platforms by cyclostratigraphy and sequence stratigraphy in the Devonian of South China, Sedimentology, 48(1): 57-78.
13) Chen D, Tucker M E, Zhu J and Jiang M (2001) Carbonate sedimentation in a starved pull-apart basin, Middle to Late Devonian, south Guilin, South China. Basin Research,13(2): 141-167.
14) Daizhao Chen, Maurice E. Tucker, Jingquan Zhu, and Maosheng Jiang (2002) Carbonate platform evolution: from a bioconstructed platform margin to a sand-shoal system ( Devonian, Guilin,  South China) Sedimentology, 49(4): 737-764.
15) Jiang MaoSheng, Li Xuejie (2003) Planktonic Foraminifera and Sea Surface Temperature (SST) of the Xisha Trough, South China Sea since Last Glaciation. Science in China, 46(1): 1-9.
16) Zhu Jingquan, Li Yongtie, Jiang MaoSheng & Chen Daizhao (2004) Carbon isotope composition and its implications of Lower Creaceous Aptian and Albian shallow water carbonates in the Cuoqin Basin, North Tibet. Science in China, 47(3): 247-254.
17)Sun, Jimin; Jiang, Maosheng, Eocene seawater retreat from the southwest Tarim Basin and implications for early Cenozoic tectonic evolution in the Pamir Plateau. TECTONOPHYSICS, 2013, 588: 27–38.
18) Dong ShaoFeng; Chen DaiZhao; Qing HaiRuo; Jiang MaoSheng; Zhou XiQiang, In situ stable isotopic constraints on dolomitizing fluids for the hydrothermally-originated saddle dolomites at Keping, Tarim Basin. CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN, 2013, 58(23):2877-2882.
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