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Name  
Bai Zhiming
Title  
  Associate Professor
Highest Education  
  Ph.D.
Subject Categories  
  Geophysics
Phone  
  010-82998010
Zip Code  
  100029
Fax  
  010-62010846
Email  
  bbzzmm@mail.iggcas.ac.cn
Office  
  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029,

Education and Appointments:
Zhiming Bai
Education:
1991.09-1995.07
B.S. Applied Geophysics, China University of Geosciences
1995.09-1998.07
M.S. Tectonophysics, Institute of Earthquake (Wuhan), Chinese Earthquake Administration
1998.09-2002.12
Ph.D. Solid Earth Physics, Institute of Geophysics, Chinese Earthquake Administration
Employment
2003.07-2009.12 Post-doctoral fellow, Institute of Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2009.12-       Associate Professor, Institute of Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Research Interests:
Crustal geophysics and crustal fluid detection
Public Services:

Honors:

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Selected Publication:
  1. Bai Z M, Tian X B, Tian Y, Zhao D P, 2010. Upper mantle-scale P-wave velocity tomography across Longmenshan fault belt from passive source seismic observation along Aba-Longquanshan profile. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences(in press).
  2. Zhang Z J, Bai Z M, Mooney W D, Wang C Y, Chen X B, Wang E C, Teng J W, Okaya N, 2009. Crustal structure across the Three Gorges area of the Yangtze platform, central China, from seismic refraction/wide-angle reflection data. Tectonophysics, 475, Issues 3-4: 423-437.
  3. Zhang Z J, Chen Q F, Bai Z M, Badal J, 2010. Crustal structure and extensional deformation across the lithosphere thinning belt in North China, Tectonophysics (in press).
  4. Bai Z M, Zhang Z J, Wang Y H, 2007. Crustal Structure across the Dabie-Sulu orogenic belt revealed by velocity profiles, J. Geophys. Eng. 4:436–442.
  5. Bai Z M, Wang C Y, 2006. Crustal P-wave velocity structure in Lower Yangtze region: Reinterpretation of Fuliji-Fengxian deep seismic sounding profile. Chinese Science Bulletin, 51(19): 2391-2400.
  6. Bai Z M, Wang C Y, 2004. Image the Zhefang-Binchuan and Monglian-Malong wide-angle seismic profiles in Yunnan province. Chin. J. Geophys., 47(2):285-297.
  7. Zhang Z J, Bai Z M, Wang C Y, Teng J W, Lu Q T, Li J L, Liu Y F, Liu Z K, 2005a. The crustal structure under Sanjiang and its dynamic implications revealed by seismic reflection/refraction profile between Zhefang and Binchuan, Yunnan, Science in China (Series D). 48(9): 329-1336.
  8. Zhang Z J, Bai Z M, Wang C Y, Teng J W, Lu Q T, Li J L, Sun S X, Wang X. Z, 2005b. Crustal structure of Gondwana and Yangtze typed blocks: An example by wide-angle seismic profile from Menglian to Malong in Western Yunnan. Science in China (Series D) .48(11): 1828-1836.
  9. Bai Z M, Wang C Y, 2003. Tomographic investigation of the upper crustal structure and seismotectonic environments in Yunnan Province, Acta Seismologica Sinica, 16(2): 127-139.
  10. Bai Z M, Wang C Y, Shen C Y, 1999. Gravity changes and surface deformations due to faults with different geometry. Chinese Journal of Seismic, Acta Seismologica Sinica, 12(6): 690-698.
 
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