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Feng Lianjun
  Associate Senior Engineer
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  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

Education and Appointments:
  1. 1996.9-2000.7. B.Sc. China University of Geosciences (Wuhan).   
  2. 2000.9-2005.6. Ph.D. Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. 

Research Interests:
  1. Stable isotope analysisy; 
  2. Geochemistry; 
  3. Geobiology
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Supported Projects:
  1. Paleo-oceanic redox change in the early Cambrian. (NSFC, 2007.1-2009.12) 
  2. Iron speciations and redox-sensitive trace elements of the ocean in Neoproterozoic glacial and interglacial period in South China. (NSFC, 2011.1-2013.12)

Selected Publication:
  1. Lianjun Feng, Chao Li, Jing Huang, Huajin Chang, Xuelei Chu: A sulfate control on marine mid-depth euxinia on the early Cambrian (ca. 529-521 Ma) Yangtze platform, South China. Precambrian Research, 2014; 246: 123-133 
  2. Lianjun Feng, Xuelei Chu, Jing Huang, Qirui Zhang, Huajin Chang: Reconstruction of paleo-redox conditions and early sulfur cycling during deposition of the Cryogenian Datangpo Formation in South China. Gondwana Research, 2010;18: 632-637 
  3. Lianjun Feng, Xuelei Chu, Qirui Zhang, Tonggang Zhang, He Li, Neng Jiang: New evidence of deposition under cold climate for the Xieshuihe Formation of the Nanhua System in northwestern Hunan, China. Chinese Science Bulletin 01/2004; 49(13):1420-1427. 
  4. Chao Li, Noah J. Planavsky b, Gordon D. Love c, Christopher T. Reinhard d, Dalton Hardisty c, Lianjun Feng e, Steven M. Bates c, Jing Huang f, Qirui Zhang e, Xuelei Chu e, Timothy W. Lyons: Marine redox conditions in the middle Proterozoic ocean and isotopic constraints on authigenic carbonate formation: Insights from the Chuanlinggou Formation, Yanshan Basin, North China. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 01/2015; 150:90-105. 
  5. Jing Huang, Lianjun Feng, Dingbiao Lu, Qirui Zhang, Tao Sun, Xuelei Chu: Multiple climate cooling prior to Sturtian glaciations: Evidence from chemical index of alteration of sediments in South China.. Scientific Reports 10/2014; 4:6868. 
  6. Haifeng Fan, Xiangkun Zhu, Hanjie Wen, Bin Yan, Jin Li, Lianjun Feng: Oxygenation of Ediacaran Ocean recorded by iron isotopes. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 09/2014; 140:80–94. 
  7. Qi-Rui Zhang, Xue-Lei Chu, Lian-Jun Feng: Chapter 32 Neoproterozoic glacial records in the Yangtze Region, China. The Geological Record of Neoproterozoic Glaciations, Edited by Arnaud, E, Halverson, G.P., Shields-Zhou, G, 01/2011: chapter 32: pages 357-366; Geological Society, London. 
  8. Hong-Wei Li, Lian-Jun Feng, Tie-Jun Li, Jian Chen, Wei Liu: Combination of sealed-tube decrepitation with continuous-flow isotope ratio mass spectrometry for carbon isotope analyses of CO2 from fluid inclusions in minerals. Analytical methods 01/2014; 6(13):4504. 
  9. Jing Huang, Xuelei Chu, Timothy W. Lyons, Tao Sun, Lianjun Feng, Qirui Zhang, Huajin Chang: The sulfur isotope signatures of Marinoan deglaciation captured in Neoproterozoic shallow-to-deep cap carbonate from South China. Precambrian Research 11/2013; 238:42–51. 
  10. Chao Li, Gordon D. Love, Timothy W. Lyons, Clinton T. Scott, Lianjun Feng, Jing Huang, Huajin Chang, Qirui Zhang, Xuelei Chu: Evidence for a redox stratified Cryogenian marine basin, Datangpo Formation, South China. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 05/2012; s 331–332:246–256. 
  11. Hua-Jin Chang, Xue-Lei Chu, Lian-Jun Feng, Jing Huang: Progressive oxidation of anoxic and ferruginous deep-water during deposition of the terminal Ediacaran Laobao Formation in South China. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 03/2012; s 321–322:80–87.
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