Zhijun Wang

Innsbruck Quaternary Research Group

PhD Project

Speleothems, tufas and travertines from the Tibetan Plateau - Building a paleoclimatic and paleoenvironmental framework for archaeological key sites in Southern, Western and Central Tibet


Research Interests
Quaternary climate change
Hydrogeochemistry
Karst research and ecology


Short CV
2012-2017   PhD student (fellowship from the China Scholarship
                   Council), majoring in Earth Sciences at Institute of
                   Geology, University of Innsbruck, Austria 


2008–2011   MSc. in Quaternary Geology at the School of
                    Geographical Sciences, Southwest University, China


Software

MS Office, ArcGIS, CorelDraw, Origin Lab, SPSS, Adobe Photoshop
Publications
Meyer, M.C., Aldenderfer, M.S., Wang, Z., Hoffmann, D.L., Dahl, J.A., Degering, D., Haas, W.R., Schlütz, F. (2017): Permanent human occupation of the central Tibetan Plateau in the early Holocene. – Science, 355, doi: 10.1126/science.aag0357.

Wang, Z., Meyer, M.C., Hoffmann, D.L. (2016): Sedimentology, petrography and early diagenesis of a travertine-colluvium succession from Chusang (southern Tibet). - Sedimentary Geology, 342, 218-236.
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