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Name   Ding, Lin Home Page     
Highest Education      Ph.D. Office      Building 3,Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China
Phone      010-8409 7104 Zip Code      100101
Fax      010-8409 7079 Email      dinglin@itpcas.ac.cn

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Vice-chairman, Structure and Tectonic committee of Chinese geologic Society. Deputy-Secretaries-general, China Society on Tibet Plateau Research


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  1. Ding, L., Kapp, P., and Wan, X., 2005, Paleocene–Eocene record of ophiolite obduction and initial India-Asia collision, south-central Tibet: Tectonics, v. 24, TC3001, doi:10.1029/2004TC001729.
  2. Ding, L., Kapp, P., Yue, Y., and Lai, Q., 2007, Postcollisional calc-alkaline lavas and xenoliths from the southern Qiangtang terrane, central TIbet: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 254, p. 28-38.
  3. Ding, L., Kapp, P., Zhong, D., and Deng, W., 2003, Cenozoic volcanism in Tibet: evidence for a transition from oceanic to continental subduction: Journal of Petrology, v.44, p. 1833-1865.
  4. Ding, L., 2003, Paleocene deep-water sediments and radiolarian faunas: implications for evolution of Yarlung-zangbu foreland basin, southern Tibet, Science in China, v. 46, 84-96.
  5. Ding Lin, Yue Yahui, Cai Fulong, Xu Xiaoxia, Zhang Qinghai, Lai Qingzhou, 2006, 40Ar/39Ar Geochronology, geochemical and Sr-Nd-O isotopic characteristics of the high-Mg ultrapotassic rocks in Lhasa block of Tibet: implications in the onset time and depth of NS-striking rift system, Acta Geologica Sinica, 80(9): 1252-1261.
  6. Yue, Y.H., and Ding, L., 2006, 40Ar/39Ar Geochronology, geochemical characteristics and genesis of the Linzhou basic dikes, Tibet, Acta Petrologica Sinica, 22(4): 855-866.
  7. Ding, L., D. Zhong, A. Yin, P. Kapp, T.M. Harrison, 2001, Cenozoic structure and metamorphic evolution of the eastern Himalayan syntaxis (Namche Barwa), Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 192, 423-438.
  8. Ding, L., Q. Lai, 2003, New geological evidence of crustal thickening in the Gangdese block prior to the Indo-Asian collision, Chinese Science Bulletin, v. 48, 1604-1610.
  9. DeCelles, P.G., Kapp, P., Ding, L., and Gehrels, G.E., 2007, Late Cretaceous to mid-Tertiary basin evolution in the central Tibetan plateau: Changing environments in response to tectonic partitioning, aridification, and regional elevation gain, Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 119, p. 654-580, doi:10.1130/B26074.1.
  10. Kapp, P., Yin, A., Harrison, T.M., and Ding Lin, 2005, Cretaceous-Tertiary shortening, basin development, and volcanism in central Tibet: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 117, p. 865-878.

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