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Expert NameMr. Wei Dong
Title(1) Research Ass. Prof. (2) Program Specialist
DivisionInst. of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthrop.
InstitutionChinese Academy of Sciences
Telephone86 10 6893 5329
Work Experience(1) Research Associated Professor at Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, CAS (2) Program Specialist at UNESCO Representative Office to China, Mongolia and DPR Korea, Waijiaogongyu 5-15-2; Jiangomenwaidajie, Beijing 100600 China. 1983-1985: participation in Paleofauna and Paleo-environment of Sivapithecus Site at Kaiyun, Yunnan Province, China. 1986-1992: participation in Yushe Basin (Shaanxi, China): Geology, Stratigraphy and Paleofauna. 1992-1996: in charge of Fossil Deer in China. 1994-1996: participation in Late Cenozoic deposits of Fuyun, Xinjiang, China. 1995-now: expert in UNESCO/Chinese Academy of Sciences project REHABILITATION, PROTECTION AND CONSERVATION OF PEKING MAN WORLD HERITAGE SITE.
QualificationsDocteur es Sciences, Paleontology and Stratigraphy, Université de Poitiers, France, 1990. Master of Sciences, Vertebrate Paleontology and Stratigraphy, Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, 1985. Bachelor of Sciences, Paleontology and Stratigraphy, Nanjing University, China, 1982.
Number of Publications21
Other Activities1. Project programming and fund raising at UNESCO Beijing Office. 2. Functional morphology analysis and application 3. Member, Chinese Paleontology Society 4. Member, Chinese Vertebrate Paleontology Association 5. Member, Chinese Quaternary Research Society
Publications1. Dong, W., 1996: Les Cervidés (Artiodactyla) rusciniens (Pliocène) du Languedoc et du Roussillon (France). Bull. Mus. Natn. Hist. Nat. Paris, 4e sér., C 18(1): 133-163. 2. Dong, W., Q.-q. Xu, Y., Li and C.-z, Jn, 1996: The evolution of Quaternary large herbivorous Mammals from North-East China and its relationship with paleoclimatical variation. Vert. PalAsiatica, 34 (1):58-70. 3. Dong. W., 1993: A Morphological Analysis of Cheek Teeth of Eurasian Pliocene Cervids. in Deer of China. Ohtaishi, N. and H.-L. Sheng eds. Elsevier Science Publishers: 65-72. 4. Dong, W., 1993: The Fossil Records of Deer in China. in Deer of China. Ohtaishi, N. and H.-L. Dheng eds. Elsevier Science Publishers: 95-102. 5. Dong, W., and Jiang Peng, 1993: The Late Pleistocene Cervoidea (Artiodactyla) from Xianren Cave, Ji'an, Jilin. Vert. PalAsiatica, 31 (2): 117-131.
DisciplineAnthropology and Sociology
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