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Name  
WEI Wei
Title  
  Associate Professor
Highest Education  
  Ph.D.
Subject Categories  
  Geology
Phone  
  010-82998544
Zip Code  
  100029
Fax  
  010-62010846
Email  
  weiweigeo[a]mail.iggcas.ac.cn
Office  
  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

Education and Appointments:
  • 2017.02-Present:Associate Professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences。 
  • 2014.03-2017.02:Post-Doctor, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences 
  • 2011.02-2014.02:Ph.D (cotutelle), université d'orléans 
  • 2009.09-2014.01:Ph.D, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences 
  • 2006.09-2009.06:Master of Science, Peking University 
  • 2001.09-2006.06Bachelor of Science, East China Normal University

Research Interests:
  1. The Late Mesozoic tectonic event in the South China Block. 
  2. The emplacement mechanism of pluton and its bearings of regional tectonic regime.
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Selected Publication:
  1. WeiW., Chen, Y., Faure, M., Martelet, G., Lin, W., Wang, Q., Yan, Q., Hou, Q., 2016, An early extensional event of the South China Block during the Late Mesozoic recorded by the emplacement of the Late Jurassic syntectonic Hengshan Composite Granitic Massif (Hunan, SE China): Tectonophysics, v.672-673, 50-67. 
  2. Wei, W., Faure, M., Chen, Y., Ji, W., Lin, W., Wang, Q., Yan, Q., and Hou, Q., 2015, Back-thrusting response of continental collision: Early Cretaceous NW-directed thrusting in the Changle-Nan’ao belt (Southeast China): Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, v. 100, p. 98-114. 
  3. Wei, W., Martelet, G., Le Breton, N., Shi, Y., Faure, M., Chen, Y., Hou, Q., Lin, W., and Wang, Q., 2014, A multidisciplinary study of the emplacement mechanism of the Qingyang–Jiuhua massif in Southeast China and its tectonic bearings. Part II: Amphibole geobarometry and gravity modeling: Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, v. 86, p. 94-105. 
  4. Wei, W., Chen, Y., Faure, M., Shi, Y.H., Martelet, G., Hou, Q.L., Lin, W., Le Breton, N., and Wang, Q.C., 2014, A multidisciplinary study on the emplacement mechanism of the Qingyang–Jiuhua Massif in Southeast China and its tectonic bearings. Part I: Structural geology, AMS and paleomagnetism: Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, v. 86, p. 76-93. 
 
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