Qianyu Li mainly focuses on Paleontology, Oceanography, Glacial period, Pleistocene and Sea level. His research integrates issues of Northern Hemisphere and Interglacial in his study of Oceanography. His work carried out in the field of Interglacial brings together such families of science as Walker circulation, Climatology and Western Hemisphere Warm Pool.
Qianyu Li frequently studies issues relating to Global cooling and Glacial period. The Pleistocene study which covers Monsoon that intersects with Paleoceanography. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Sea level, Subsidence, Sequence, Tectonics, Antarctic sea ice and Antarctic ice sheet is strongly linked to Biostratigraphy.
His primary areas of investigation include Oceanography, Paleontology, Glacial period, Foraminifera and Monsoon. His Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quaternary, Pleistocene and Interglacial. Qianyu Li has researched Paleontology in several fields, including Benthic zone and Plankton.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Climatology, Northern Hemisphere, Sedimentary rock, Ice sheet and Global cooling. In Foraminifera, Qianyu Li works on issues like Holocene, which are connected to Upwelling. In his research, Sea level is intimately related to Paleoceanography, which falls under the overarching field of Monsoon.
Qianyu Li focuses on Oceanography, South china, Monsoon, Interglacial and Glacial period. His Oceanography research incorporates themes from Phytoplankton and Quaternary. The concepts of his Interglacial study are interwoven with issues in Middle Miocene disruption, Thermocline, Foraminifera, Neogene and Carbonate platform.
His Neogene study is focused on Paleontology in general. His research in Paleontology intersects with topics in River source and Submarine pipeline. Qianyu Li combines subjects such as Sedimentary rock and Seawater with his study of Glacial period.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Paleontology, Oceanography, Provenance, Zircon and Sedimentary rock. His Paleontology study is mostly concerned with Late Miocene and Subduction. His study in Subduction is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cenozoic and Terrane.
His Oceanography study frequently links to related topics such as Sedimentary depositional environment. In his study, Felsic, Siltstone, Island arc and Mesozoic is inextricably linked to Cretaceous, which falls within the broad field of Provenance. His Interglacial research includes elements of Reef, Neogene, Monsoon and Carbonate platform.
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Ages and magnetic structures of the South China Sea constrained by deep tow magnetic surveys and IODP Expedition 349
Chun Feng Li;Xing Xu;Jian Lin;Zhen Sun.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2014)
The South China Sea : paleoceanography and sedimentology
Pinxian Wang;Qianyu Li.
Astronomically tuned Plio–Pleistocene benthic δ 18 O record from South China Sea and Atlantic–Pacific comparison
Jun Tian;Pinxian Wang;Xinrong Cheng;Qianyu Li.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2002)
Seismic stratigraphy of the central South China Sea basin and implications for neotectonics
Chun Feng Li;Jiabiao Li;Weiwei Ding;Dieter Franke.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2015)
Biogeographic impact of the Leeuwin Current in southern Australia since the late middle Eocene
Brian McGowran;Qianyu Li;John Cann;Dianne Padley.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1997)
Cenozoic stratigraphic succession in southeastern Australia
B. McGOWRAN;G. R. Holdgate;Q. Li;S. J. Gallagher.
Australian Journal of Earth Sciences (2004)
A near-field sea level record of East Antarctic Ice Sheet instability from 32 to 27 Myr
Stephen J. Gallagher;Giuliana Villa;Russell N. Drysdale;Bridget S. Wade.
Thirty million year deep-sea records in the South China Sea
Pinxian Wang;Quanhong Zhao;Zhimin Jian;Xinrong Cheng.
Chinese Science Bulletin (2003)
The Cenozoic Neritic Record in Southern Australia: The Biogeohistorical Framework
Brian Mcgowran;Qianyu Li;Graham Moss.
A 4-Ma record of thermal evolution in the tropical western Pacific and its implications on climate change
Li Li;Qianyu Li;Qianyu Li;Jun Tian;Pinxian Wang.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2011)
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