Geomorphology, Loess, Plateau, Quaternary and Paleontology are his primary areas of study. His Geomorphology study combines topics in areas such as Geochemistry, Geochronology and Physical geography. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Provenance and Optically stimulated luminescence.
His Plateau research includes elements of East Asian Monsoon, Cenozoic, Orbital forcing, Westerlies and Magnetostratigraphy. The various areas that Yougui Song examines in his Westerlies study include Atmospheric circulation, Holocene and Asian summer monsoon. Yougui Song has included themes like Monsoon and Aridification in his Quaternary study.
His primary scientific interests are in Loess, Geochemistry, Physical geography, Structural basin and Paleontology. His Loess research incorporates themes from Westerlies, Aeolian processes, Quaternary and Paleoclimatology. His study in Physical geography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Pleistocene, Glacial period, Last Glacial Maximum and Geochronology.
His studies deal with areas such as Sedimentary rock and Sediment as well as Structural basin. Paleontology is closely attributed to Plateau in his research. His Plateau research includes themes of Tectonic uplift, Magnetostratigraphy, Cenozoic and Geomorphology.
His primary areas of study are Loess, Physical geography, Structural basin, Geochemistry and Westerlies. His research in Loess intersects with topics in Arid, Provenance, Paleoclimatology and Holocene. Yougui Song combines subjects such as Sedimentary rock, East Asian Monsoon, Monsoon and Aridification with his study of Structural basin.
His work in the fields of Weathering and Clay minerals overlaps with other areas such as Distribution. The concepts of his Westerlies study are interwoven with issues in Siberian High and Atmospheric circulation. Yougui Song interconnects Plateau and Forcing in the investigation of issues within Cenozoic.
Yougui Song mostly deals with Loess, Physical geography, Structural basin, Westerlies and Holocene. His work deals with themes such as Marine isotope stage, Heavy mineral, Aeolian processes and Paleoclimatology, which intersect with Loess. His research integrates issues of Earth science, Amphibole, Deposition, Atmospheric circulation and Landform in his study of Aeolian processes.
Structural basin is closely attributed to China in his study. His work carried out in the field of Westerlies brings together such families of science as Deglaciation and Total organic carbon. Within one scientific family, Yougui Song focuses on topics pertaining to Arid under Holocene, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Pedogenesis, Northern Hemisphere and Global warming.
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Interplay between the Westerlies and Asian monsoon recorded in Lake Qinghai sediments since 32 ka
Zhisheng An;Zhisheng An;Steven M. Colman;Weijian Zhou;Xiaoqiang Li.
Scientific Reports (2012)
New eolian red clay sequence on the western Chinese Loess Plateau linked to onset of Asian desertification about 25 Ma ago
Xiaoke Qiang;Zhisheng An;Yougui Song;Hong Chang.
Science China-earth Sciences (2011)
Loess magnetic properties in the Ili Basin and their correlation with the Chinese Loess Plateau
YouGui Song;ZhengTao Shi;XiaoMin Fang;JunSheng Nie.
Science China-earth Sciences (2010)
Distribution and composition of loess sediments in the Ili Basin, Central Asia
Yougui Song;Xiuling Chen;Linbo Qian;Linbo Qian;Chuanxiang Li.
Quaternary International (2014)
The Late Cenozoic uplift of the Liupan Shan, China
Yougui Song;Yougui Song;Xiaomin Fang;Xiaomin Fang;Jijun Li;Zhisheng An.
Science China-earth Sciences (2001)
Pacific freshening drives Pliocene cooling and Asian monsoon intensification
Junsheng Nie;Thomas Stevens;Yougui Song;John W. King.
Scientific Reports (2015)
Comparison between luminescence and radiocarbon dating of late Quaternary loess from the Ili Basin in Central Asia
YouGui Song;YouGui Song;ZhongPing Lai;ZhongPing Lai;Yun Li;Tao Chen.
Quaternary Geochronology (2015)
Dominant 100,000-year precipitation cyclicity in a late Miocene lake from northeast Tibet.
Junsheng Nie;Junsheng Nie;Carmala Garzione;Qingda Su;Qingsong Liu.
Science Advances (2017)
Provenance of the upper Miocene-Pliocene Red Clay deposits of the Chinese loess plateau
Junsheng Nie;Junsheng Nie;Junsheng Nie;Wenbin Peng;Andreas Möller;Yougui Song.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2014)
Late Neogene rock magnetic record of climatic variation from Chinese eolian sediments related to uplift of the Tibetan Plateau
Yougui Song;Yougui Song;Xiaomin Fang;Xiaomin Fang;Masayuki Torii;Naoto Ishikawa.
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences (2007)
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