2011 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
2005 - Fellow, The World Academy of Sciences
His primary areas of investigation include Paleontology, Loess, Mineralogy, Paleosol and Quaternary. His research related to Cenozoic, Paleomagnetism, Magnetostratigraphy, Pleistocene and Neogene might be considered part of Paleontology. His Loess research includes themes of Sedimentary depositional environment, Magnetic susceptibility, Aeolian processes and Geochemistry.
His Geochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Subduction and Craton. His Mineralogy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Superparamagnetism, Magnetite and Remanence. Rixiang Zhu interconnects Glacial period and Paleoclimatology in the investigation of issues within Quaternary.
His primary areas of study are Paleontology, Paleomagnetism, Geochemistry, Mineralogy and Remanence. His Cretaceous, Structural basin, Magnetostratigraphy, Sedimentary rock and Cenozoic investigations are all subjects of Paleontology research. Rixiang Zhu focuses mostly in the field of Paleomagnetism, narrowing it down to topics relating to Seismology and, in certain cases, Crust.
His studies examine the connections between Geochemistry and genetics, as well as such issues in Craton, with regards to Mantle wedge. His work carried out in the field of Mineralogy brings together such families of science as Magnetite, Paleosol, Loess, Rock magnetism and Superparamagnetism. The various areas that Rixiang Zhu examines in his Loess study include Maghemite, Magnetic susceptibility, Aeolian processes and Quaternary.
Rixiang Zhu mainly investigates Paleontology, Structural basin, Tectonics, Cretaceous and Subduction. His study in Sedimentary rock, Orogeny, Magnetostratigraphy, Craton and Terrane is carried out as part of his studies in Paleontology. Rixiang Zhu has researched Structural basin in several fields, including China, East Asia and Earth science.
His work deals with themes such as Plateau, Aeolian processes and Anisotropy, which intersect with Tectonics. Rixiang Zhu has included themes like Paleomagnetism, Marine transgression, Lithostratigraphy, Chronology and Zircon in his Cretaceous study. His Subduction research includes elements of Rift, Continental drift, Lithosphere and Plate tectonics.
Paleontology, Sedimentary rock, Subduction, Geochemistry and Structural basin are his primary areas of study. His study in Craton, Paleomagnetism, Cretaceous, Terrane and Orogeny is carried out as part of his Paleontology studies. His Sedimentary rock research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Plateau and Monsoon.
His Subduction study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Phanerozoic, Lithosphere, Gondwana and Plate tectonics. His Basalt study in the realm of Geochemistry interacts with subjects such as Ultra-high-pressure metamorphism, Extinction event and Phase. His research investigates the connection between Structural basin and topics such as Tectonics that intersect with problems in Earth's magnetic field, Acceleration and Magnetostratigraphy.
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Onset of Asian desertification by 22 Myr ago inferred from loess deposits in China
Z. T. Guo;William F. Ruddiman;Q. Z. Hao;H. B. Wu.
Late Mesozoic volcanism in the Great Xing'an Range (NE China): Timing and implications for the dynamic setting of NE Asia
Fei Wang;Xin-Hua Zhou;Lian-Chang Zhang;Ji-Feng Ying.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2006)
Ice-Volume Forcing of East Asian Winter Monsoon Variations in the Past 800,000 Years
Zhongli Ding;Tungsheng Liu;Nat W. Rutter;Zhiwei Yu.
Quaternary Research (1995)
Destruction of the North China Craton
RiXiang Zhu;YiGang Xu;Guang Zhu;HongFu Zhang.
Science China-earth Sciences (2012)
New evidence on the earliest human presence at high northern latitudes in northeast Asia
R. X. Zhu;R. Potts;F. Xie;K. A. Hoffman.
Timing of destruction of the North China Craton
Ri Xiang Zhu;Jin Hui Yang;Fu Yuan Wu.
Tectonic evolution of the Tancheng‐Lujiang (Tan‐Lu) fault via Middle Triassic to Early Cenozoic paleomagnetic data
Stuart A. Gilder;P. Hervé Leloup;Vincent Courtillot;Yan Chen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
Temperature dependence of magnetic susceptibility in an argon environment: implications for pedogenesis of Chinese loess/palaeosols
Qingsong Liu;Qingsong Liu;Chenglong Deng;Yongjae Yu;José Torrent.
Geophysical Journal International (2005)
Earliest presence of humans in northeast Asia.
RX Zhu;KA Hoffman;R Potts;CL Deng.
Review of recent developments in mineral magnetism of the Chinese loess
Qingsong Liu;Chenglong Deng;Jose Torrent;Rixiang Zhu.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2007)
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