2023 - Research.com Earth Science in China Leader Award
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Paleontology, Terrane, Geochemistry, Plateau and Zircon. Paleontology is represented through her Paleo-Tethys Ocean, Subduction and Foreland basin research. Her Terrane research includes elements of Crust, Cretaceous, Bangong suture, Suture and Continental collision.
Her Crust research incorporates themes from Seismology and Mantle. Her Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Late Miocene, Shear zone, Lithosphere and Petrology. Her study in Zircon is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Provenance and Craton.
Lin Ding focuses on Paleontology, Geochemistry, Terrane, Zircon and Plateau. Her Cretaceous, Suture, Paleomagnetism, Provenance and Foreland basin study are her primary interests in Paleontology. Her Cretaceous research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sedimentary rock and Continental collision.
The various areas that Lin Ding examines in her Geochemistry study include Subduction and Ophiolite. Her Terrane research focuses on Crust and how it connects with Lithosphere. Her studies in Zircon integrate themes in fields like Felsic, Mesozoic, Partial melting and Geochronology.
Lin Ding mainly investigates Geochemistry, Paleontology, Terrane, Zircon and Cretaceous. Her Geochemistry research integrates issues from Subduction and Hydrothermal circulation. Lin Ding integrates Paleontology and Plateau in her studies.
Lin Ding has included themes like Structural basin, Stage, Conodont, Lithosphere and Igneous differentiation in her Terrane study. Her work deals with themes such as Fractional crystallization, Felsic, Mafic, Partial melting and Geochronology, which intersect with Zircon. Her work carried out in the field of Cretaceous brings together such families of science as Aridification, Provenance and Evaporite.
Lin Ding mainly focuses on Paleontology, Subduction, Terrane, Geochemistry and Felsic. Lin Ding combines Paleontology and Plateau in her research. The Subduction study combines topics in areas such as Ophiolite and Seismic wave.
She interconnects Ice age, Tournaisian and Fauna, Conodont in the investigation of issues within Terrane. The study incorporates disciplines such as Foraminifera, Benthic zone, Permafrost and Methane in addition to Geochemistry. As a part of the same scientific family, Lin Ding mostly works in the field of Felsic, focusing on Zircon and, on occasion, Fractional crystallization, Continental arc, Geochronology, Igneous differentiation and Crust.
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Geological records of the Lhasa-Qiangtang and Indo-Asian collisions in the Nima area of central Tibet
Paul Kapp;Peter G. DeCelles;George E. Gehrels;Matthew Heizler.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2007)
Cretaceous-Tertiary shortening, basin development, and volcanism in central Tibet
Paul Kapp;An Yin;T. Mark Harrison;Lin Ding.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2005)
Cenozoic Volcanism in Tibet: Evidence for a Transition from Oceanic to Continental Subduction
Lin Ding;Paul Kapp;Dalai Zhong;Wanming Deng.
Journal of Petrology (2003)
Paleocene–Eocene record of ophiolite obduction and initial India‐Asia collision, south central Tibet
Lin Ding;Paul Kapp;Xiaoqiao Wan.
Detrital zircon geochronology of pre-Tertiary strata in the Tibetan-Himalayan orogen
G. Gehrels;P. Kapp;P. DeCelles;A. Pullen.
Mesozoic and Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the Shiquanhe area of western Tibet
Paul Kapp;Paul Kapp;Michael A. Murphy;Michael A. Murphy;An Yin;T. Mark Harrison;T. Mark Harrison.
Convergence rate across the Nepal Himalaya and interseismic coupling on the Main Himalayan Thrust: Implications for seismic hazard
Thomas Ader;Thomas Ader;Jean-Philippe Avouac;Jing Liu-Zeng;Hélène Lyon-Caen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2012)
Tectonic evolution of the early Mesozoic blueschist-bearing Qiangtang metamorphic belt, central Tibet
Paul Kapp;Paul Kapp;An Yin;Craig E. Manning;T. Mark Harrison;T. Mark Harrison.
Triassic continental subduction in central Tibet and Mediterranean-style closure of the Paleo-Tethys Ocean
Alex Pullen;Paul Kapp;George E. Gehrels;Jeff D. Vervoort.
Tibetan basement rocks near Amdo reveal "missing" Mesozoic tectonism along the Bangong suture, central Tibet
Jerome H. Guynn;Paul Kapp;Alex Pullen;Matthew Heizler.
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