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Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Chemical Weathering
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Outline of Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Chemical Weathering

Earth Surface Processes and Chemical Weathering Laboratory, affiliated with the Institute of Earth Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IEECAS), is directed by Prof. Zhangdong Jin. Through high-resolution analyses and tracing of radioactive and non-traditional stable isotopes of sediments and biogenic shells, the team continually aims at:

(1) systemically assessing single catchment earth surface processes and its response to (paleo-)climatic changes at various settings;

(2) better understanding surface geochemical processes and its effects on ecological environment over different time scales;

(3) probing the relationship among catchment weathering-erosion and monsoon evolution, inland aridification and mountain uplift at various spatio-temporal scales;

(4) cognizing global terrestrial environmental changes and its dynamics since the late Cenozoic.

 

Members of our Lab:

Zhangdong Jin (Professor)

Jun Xiao (Associate Professor)

Maoyong He (Research associate)

Fei Zhang (Research associate)

Liumei Chen (Post doctor)

Li Deng (Technician)

Ling Zhou (PhD student)

Jin Wang (PhD student)

Xiaqing Wang (PhD student)

Yumei Peng (Master student)

Qianqian Zhang (Master student)

Duo Yin (Master student)

 

Instruments:

The Lab is equipped with MC-ICP-MS (Neptune-plus), ICP-MS (PE 300D) and McLane time series sediment traps and other instruments

1. Finnigan Neptune MC-ICP-MS: High-precision analyses of B, Cl, Ca, Li, Sr, Pb, and U-series isotopes;

 

2. Perkin Elmer Nexion 300D ICP-MS: Trace elements (10-6–10-9) and isotope ratios (S, Pb, and U isotopes)

 

3. McLane time series sediment traps: particle collection, sediment flux and re-suspension in inland water body

 

 

Contactor: Zhangdong Jin

Tel: 029-88329660

E-mail: zhdjin@ieecas.cn

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