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Highest Education      Ph. D. Office      Building 3,Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China
Phone      010-8409 7095 Zip Code      100101
Fax      010-8409 7079 Email      fengjl@itpcas.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:
  1. 2004–. Institute of Tibet Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
  2. 2002–2004. Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
  3. 1999–2002: Peking University; Ph. D.
  4. 1991–2002. The Institute of Geography, Hebei Academy of Sciences.
  5. 1988–1991: Geological College of Chengdu; Master.
  6. 1982–1988: The Hebei Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources.
  7. 1980–1982: Geological school of Changchun.

Research Interest:

Geomorphology, Quaternary geology, Surficial geochemistry

Public Services:

Selected Publications:
  1. Chen, F., Feng, J.-L., Hu, H.-P., Zhang, J.-F., Gao, S.-P., Liu, X., -M., 2016. Potential forcing mechanisms of Holocene lake level changes at Nam Co, Tibetan Plateau: inferred from the stable isotopic composition of shells of the gastropod Radix. The Holocene (accepted).
  2. Chen, F., Feng, J.-L., Hu, H.-P., 2016. Relationship between the shell geochemistry of the modern aquatic gastropod Radix and water chemistry of lakes of the Tibetan Plateau. Hydrobiologia 771, 239-254.
  3. Feng, J.-L., Ju J.-T., Chen, F., Hu, Z.-G., Zhao, X., Gao, S.-P., 2016. Identification of a late Quaternary alluvial-aeolian sedimentary sequence in the Sichuan Basin, China. Quaternary Research 85, 279-289.
  4. Feng, J.-L., Hu, H.-P., Chen, F., 2016. An eolian deposit–buried soil sequence in an alpine soil on the northern Tibetan Plateau: Implications for climate change and carbon sequestration. Geoderma 266, 14-24.
  5. Lin, Y.-C., Feng, J.-L., 2015. Aeolian dust contribution to the formation of alpine soils at Amdo (Northern Tibetan Plateau). Geoderma 259/260, 104-115.
  6. Zhang, J., Feng, J. -L., Hu, G., Wang, J., Yang, Y., Lin, Y., Jiang, T., Zhu, L., 2015. Holocene proglacial loess in the Ranwu valley, southeastern Tibet, and its paleoclimatic implications. Quaternary International 372, 9-22.
  7. Feng, J.-L., Zhao, Z.-H., Chen, F., Hu, H.-P., 2014. Rare earth elements in sinters from the geothermal waters (hot springs) on the Tibetan Plateau, China. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research. 287, 1-11.
  8. Feng, J.-L., Hu, Z.-G., Ju, J.-T., Lin, Y,-C., 2014. The dust provenance and transport mechanism for the Chengdu Clay in the Sichuan Basin, China. Catena 121, 68-80.
  9. Ju, J.-T., Zhu, L.-P., Feng, J.-L., Wang, J.-B., Wang, Y., Xie, M.-P., Peng, P., Zhen, X.-L., Lu, X.-M., 2012. Hydrodynamic process of Tibetan Plateau lake revealed by grain size: Case study of Pumayum Co. Chinese Science Bulletin 57, 2433-2441.
  10. Feng, J. -L., Lin, Y.-C., Gao, S.-P., Zhang, J.-F., 2012. Enrichment of trace elements in ferromanganese concretions from terra rossa and their potential desorption. Geochemical Journal 46, 151-161.
  11. Feng, J. -L., Gao, S.-P., Zhang, J.-F., 2011. Lanthanide tetrad effect in ferromanganese concretions and terra rossa overlying dolomite during weathering. Chemie der Erde - Geochemistry 71, 349-362.
  12. Feng, J. -L., 2011. Trace elements in ferromanganese concretions, gibbsite spots, and the surrounding terra rossa overlying dolomite: Their mobilization, redistribution and fractionation. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 108, 99-111.
  13. Feng, J. -L., Hu, Z.-G., Ju, J.-T., Zhu, L.-P., 2011. Variation of trace element (including rare earth element) composition with grain size in loess and its implications for tracing eolian deposit provenance. Quaternary International 236, 116-126.
  14. Feng, J. -L., Hu, Z.-G., Cui, J.-Y., Zhu, L.-P., 2010. Distributions of lead isotopes with grain sizes in eolian deposits. Terra Nova 22, 257–263.
  15. Feng, J. -L., 2010. Behaviour of rare earth elements and yttrium in ferromanganese concretions, gibbsite spots, and the surrounding terra rossa over dolomite during chemical weathering. Chemical Geology 271, 112–132.
  16. Feng, J. -L., Zhu, L.-P., Cui, Z.-J., 2009. Quartz features constrain the origin of terra rossa over dolomite on the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau, China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 36, 156–167.
  17. Feng, J. -L., Cui, Z.-J., Zhu, L.-P., 2009. Origin of terra rossa over dolomite on the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau, China. Geochemical Journal 43, 151-166.
  18. Feng, J. -L., Zhu, L.-P., 2009. Origin of terra rossa on Amdo North Mountain on the Tibetan plateau, China: Evidence from quartz. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 55, 407-420.
  19. Feng, J. -L., Zhu, L.-P., Zhen, X.-L, Hu, Z.-G., 2009. Grain size effect on Sr and Nd isotopic compositions in eolian dust: implications for tracing dust provenance and Nd model age. Geochemical Journal 43, 123-131.
  20. Feng, J. -L., Zhu, L.-P., Ju, J.-T., Zhou, L.-P., Zhen, X.-L., Zhang, W., Gao, S.-P., 2008. Heavy dust fall in Beijing, on April 16-17, 2006: geochemical properties and indications of the dust provenance. Geochemical Journal 42, 221-236.
  21. Feng, J. -L., Cui, Z.-J., 2002. The reconstruction of fossil planation surface in China. Chinese Science Bulletin 47, 434-440.
  22. Feng, J. -L., Zhang, W., 1998. The evolution of the modern Luanhe River delta, North China. Geomorphology 25, 269-278.
  23. Cui, Z. -J., Li, D.-W., Feng, J.-L., Liu, G. -N., 2002. Comments on the planation surface once more. Chinese Science Bulletin 47, 793-797.
  24. Cui, Z. -J., Li, D.-W., Feng, J.-L., Liu, G.-N., Li, H.-J., 2002. The covered karst, weathering crust and karst (double-level) planation surface. Science in China (Ser. D) 49, 366-379.
  25. Cui, Z.-J., Li, D.-W., Liu, G.-N., Feng, J.-L., Zhang, W., 2001. Characteristics and planation surface formation environment of the red weathering crust in Hunan, Guangxi, Yunnan, Guizhou and Tibet. Science in China (D) 44(supplement), 162-175.

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