Professor Xiaoping Yang
Professor Xiaoping Yang
School of Earth Sciences, Zhejiang University
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Basic characteristics of active tectonics of China
Q Deng, P Zhang, Y Ran, X Yang, W Min, Q Chu
Science in China Series D: Earth Sciences 46 (4), 356-372, 2003
Quaternary environmental changes in the drylands of China–a critical review
X Yang, L Scuderi, P Paillou, Z Liu, H Li, X Ren
Quaternary Science Reviews 30 (23-24), 3219-3233, 2011
Recharge to the inter-dune lakes and Holocene climatic changes in the Badain Jaran Desert, western China
X Yang, N Ma, J Dong, B Zhu, B Xu, Z Ma, J Liu
Quaternary Research 73 (1), 10-19, 2010
The evolution of dry lands in northern China and in the Republic of Mongolia since the Last Glacial Maximum
X Yang, KT Rost, F Lehmkuhl, Z Zhenda, J Dodson
Quaternary international 118, 69-85, 2004
Hydrological and climatic changes in deserts of China since the late Pleistocene
X Yang, LA Scuderi
Quaternary Research 73 (1), 1-9, 2010
Map of active tectonics in China
QD Deng, YK Ran, XP Yang, W Min, Q Chu
Beijing: Seismological Press, 2007
The ion chemistry of lakes and late Holocene desiccation in the Badain Jaran Desert, Inner Mongolia, China
X Yang, MAJ Williams
Catena 51 (1), 45-60, 2003
Evolution of megadunes and lakes in the Badain Jaran Desert, Inner Mongolia, China during the last 31,000 years
X Yang, T Liu, H Xiao
Quaternary International 104 (1), 99-112, 2003
Provenance of aeolian sediment in the Taklamakan Desert of western China, inferred from REE and major-elemental data
X Yang, B Zhu, PD White
Quaternary International 175 (1), 71-85, 2007
Rare earth elements of aeolian deposits in Northern China and their implications for determining the provenance of dust storms in Beijing
X Yang, Y Liu, C Li, Y Song, H Zhu, X Jin
Geomorphology 87 (4), 365-377, 2007
Groundwater sapping as the cause of irreversible desertification of Hunshandake Sandy Lands, Inner Mongolia, northern China
X Yang, LA Scuderi, X Wang, LJ Scuderi, D Zhang, H Li, S Forman, Q Xu, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (3), 702-706, 2015
Late Quaternary palaeoenvironment change and landscape evolution along the Keriya River, Xinjiang, China: the relationship between high mountain glaciation and landscape …
X Yang, Z Zhu, D Jaekel, LA Owen, J Han
Quaternary International 97, 155-166, 2002
Active tectonics of the Tian Shan mountains
QD Deng, XY Feng, PZ Zhang, XW Xu, XP Yang, SZ Peng, J Li
Seismology Press, Beijing, 2000
Late Quaternary environmental changes in the Taklamakan Desert, western China, inferred from OSL-dated lacustrine and aeolian deposits
X Yang, F Preusser, U Radtke
Quaternary Science Reviews 25 (9-10), 923-932, 2006
Geochemical and geomorphological evidence for the provenance of aeolian deposits in the Badain Jaran Desert, northwestern China
F Hu, X Yang
Quaternary Science Reviews 131, 179-192, 2016
Late Cenozoic tectonic deformation and mechanism along the Tianshan Mountain, northwestern China
PZ Zhang, QD Deng, XP Yang, SZ Peng, XW Xu, XY Feng
Earthquake Research in China 12 (2), 127-140, 1996
Formation of the highest sand dunes on Earth
X Yang, L Scuderi, T Liu, P Paillou, H Li, J Dong, B Zhu, W Jiang, ...
Geomorphology 135 (1-2), 108-116, 2011
Initiation and variation of the dune fields in semi-arid China–with a special reference to the Hunshandake Sandy Land, Inner Mongolia
X Yang, X Wang, Z Liu, H Li, X Ren, D Zhang, Z Ma, P Rioual, X Jin, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 78, 369-380, 2013
Processes and mechanisms of desertification in northern China during the last 30 years, with a special reference to the Hunshandake Sandy Land, eastern Inner Mongolia
X Yang, Z Ding, X Fan, Z Zhou, N Ma
Catena 71 (1), 2-12, 2007
Large-scale controls on the development of sand seas in northern China
X Yang, H Li, A Conacher
Quaternary International 250, 74-83, 2012
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