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Expert NameMr. Chang-Zhu Jin
TitleResearch Assoc. Prof./Vice Chairman
DivisionInst. of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthrop.
InstitutionChinese Academy of Sciences
CityBeijing
CountryChina
Telephone86 10 68 93 51 98
EmailZKDIVPP(at)Public.east.cn.net
Work Experience1977-1979: Participation in distribution of Pleistocene Stratigraphy and mammalian faunas of Shanxi and Hebei Provinces, China. 1980: Expedition on Pleistocene Stratigraphy in Weifang County, Shandong Province, excavation of fossil elephant Archidiskodon. 1981: Excavation of the Peking Man Site at Zhoukoudian, Beijing. 1982: Joined Sino-American cooperative expedition on Paleolithic sites and Pleistocene Mammalian fauna localities in northeastern China. 1983-1984: Participation in Heilongjiang, Liaoning Province and Nei Mongol: Pleistocene mammalian fauna geographical, distribution and Paleoenvironment. 1984: Geological expedition in Takelamagan Desert, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Study on the origin of the Desert in the West China. 1985-1986: Investigation of the Quaternary vertebrate fossils, deposits of dunes, Paleoglaciers and loess in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Research on Natural environment changes and utilization of natural resources. 1987-1992: Ex
QualificationsDoctor of Natural Sciences, Vertebrate Paleontology and Stratigraphy, Osaka City University, Japan, 1996.
Number of Publications5
Awards
Other Activities1. Vice secretary-general, Chinese Vertebrate Paleontology Association 2. Member, Chinese Quaternary Research Society 3. Member, Chinese Paleontology Society 4. Member, Chinese Geological Society 5. Member, Chinese Association of Paleoenvironment.
Publications1. Chang-zhu Jin and Yoshinari Kawamura, 1997. A new species of the extinct shrew Paenelimnocus from the Pliocene of Yinan, Shandong Province, northern China. Trans. Proc. Palaeont. soc. Japan, Vol. l, N° 1: 67-75. 2. Chang-zhu Jin and Yoshinari Kawamura, 1996. The first reliable record of Beremendia (Insectivora, Mammalian) in East Asia and a revision of Peisorex Kowaski and Li, 1963. Trans. Proc. Palaeont. soc. Japan, N.S., N° 182: 432-447. 3. Chang-zhu Jin and Yoshinari Kawamura, 1996. A new genus of shrew from the Pliocene of Yinan, Shandong Province, northern China. Trans. Proc. Palaeont. soc. Japan, N.S., N° 182: 478-483. 4. Chang-Zhu Jin and Yoshinari Kawamura, 1996. Late Pleistocene mammal fauna in Northeast China: Mammal fauna including woolly mammoth and woolly rhinoceros in association with Paleolithic tools. Earth Science (Chikyu Kagaku) Japan, vol. 50: 315-330. 5. Chang-Zhu Jin, 1994: The Quaternary mammallian fossils from Xinjiang Autonomous Region.
DisciplineAnthropology and Sociology
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