2023 - Research.com Earth Science in China Leader Award
2006 - Fellow, The World Academy of Sciences
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Loess, Monsoon, Climatology, Pleistocene and Aeolian processes. His Loess research incorporates themes from Winter monsoon and Quaternary, Interglacial. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Monsoon, focusing on Holocene and, on occasion, Global warming.
His Climatology research integrates issues from Glacial period and Physical geography. His Pleistocene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Paleosol and Paleoclimatology. His Paleontology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Plateau and Pedogenesis.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Loess, Monsoon, Climatology, Paleontology and Glacial period. His Loess research includes elements of Geochemistry, Aeolian processes and Interglacial. His Aeolian processes research focuses on Pleistocene and how it relates to Quaternary and Forcing.
His Climatology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Stadial, China, East Asia, Climate change and Ice sheet. In his study, Clastic rock is inextricably linked to Plateau, which falls within the broad field of Paleontology. His work in Glacial period tackles topics such as Physical geography which are related to areas like Holocene, δ18O, Transect, Vegetation and Hydrology.
Zhongli Ding spends much of his time researching Holocene, Physical geography, China, Loess and Isotopes of carbon. His work deals with themes such as Ecology, Agriculture, Ecosystem and Climatology, Monsoon, which intersect with Holocene. His research integrates issues of Storm, δ18O, Last Glacial Maximum and Monsoon precipitation in his study of Physical geography.
His research investigates the connection with Loess and areas like Geochemistry which intersect with concerns in Mineralogy. His Paleosol study combines topics in areas such as Lithostratigraphy and Pleistocene, Interglacial. In his study, Aeolian processes is strongly linked to Paleomagnetism, which falls under the umbrella field of Pleistocene.
His primary areas of study are Loess, Holocene, China, Climatology and Physical geography. Zhongli Ding combines subjects such as Range and Geochemistry, Zircon with his study of Loess. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Plateau, Craton and Geomorphology.
Global warming, Last Glacial Maximum, Global cooling and Earth science is closely connected to Monsoon in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Holocene. His China study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Paleosol, Geoheritage and Human settlement. His study in the field of East Asian Monsoon is also linked to topics like Magnitude.
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CHINESE LOESS AND THE PALEOMONSOON
Tungsheng Liu;Zhongli Ding.
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences (1998)
Stacked 2.6‐Ma grain size record from the Chinese loess based on five sections and correlation with the deep‐sea δ18O record
Z. L. Ding;E. Derbyshire;S. L. Yang;Z. W. Yu.
Towards an orbital time scale for chinese loess deposits
Z. Ding;Z. Yu;N.W. Rutter;T. Liu.
Quaternary Science Reviews (1994)
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)
Pedostratigraphy and paleomagnetism of a ̃7.0 Ma eolian loess-red clay sequence at Lingtai, Loess Plateau, north-central China and the implications for paleomonsoon evolution
Z.L Ding;S.F Xiong;J.M Sun;S.L Yang.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1999)
Stepwise expansion of desert environment across northern China in the past 3.5 Ma and implications for monsoon evolution
Z.L. Ding;E. Derbyshire;S.L. Yang;J.M. Sun.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2005)
Geochemistry of the Pliocene red clay formation in the Chinese Loess Plateau and implications for its origin, source provenance and paleoclimate change
Z.L. Ding;J.M. Sun;S.L. Yang;T.S. Liu.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2001)
Wind-blown origin of the Pliocene red clay formation in the central Loess Plateau, China
Z.L Ding;J.M Sun;T.S Liu;R.X Zhu.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1998)
Climate extremes in Loess of China coupled with the strength of deep-water formation in the North Atlantic
Zhengtang Guo;Tungsheng Liu;Nicolas Fedoroff;Lanying Wei.
grid and pervasive computing (1998)
The loess record in southern Tajikistan and correlation with Chinese loess
Z.L. Ding;V. Ranov;S.L. Yang;A. Finaev.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2002)
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