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Ji Zhansheng

Published:2017-08-03
 

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Address: Institute of Geology,Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences Baiwanzhuang Road 26, Beijing, 100037 P.R. China

Emai: jizhansheng@vip.sina.com

Tel: 010-68999706

Education Experience

  • 7 / 2014 – present Engaged in research on stratigraphic paleontology, Stratigraphic Paleontology Laboratory, Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences.; Director.
  • 10 / 2010 – 11 / 2011 Engaged in research on stratigraphic paleontology, Stratigraphic Paleontology Laboratory, Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences.; Deputy Director.
  • 10 / 2007 – 11 / 2011 Engaged in research on stratigraphic paleontology, Paleontology Laboratory, Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences.; Party Branch Secretary.
  • 7 / 2001 – 12 / 2006 Engaged in research on stratigraphic paleontology, Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences.; Assistant research fellow.
  • 7 / 2000 – 7 / 2001 Engaged in research on stratigraphic paleontology, Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences.; Intern research fellow
  • 8 / 28 / 2015 – 1 / 29 / 2016 learned oil-gas exploration and administrative management of mineral resources in Queen's University, Canada.
  • 5 / 1 / 2011 – 5 / 20 / 2011 Australian National University, learned the application of SHRIMP II to carry out the method of measuring ocean temperature by conodont oxygen isotope.
  • 7 / 2002 – 7 / 2006 Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Stratigraphy and Paleobiology.; Ph.D.
  • 7 / 1997 – 7 / 2000 Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Stratigraphy and Paleobiology.; M.S
  • 7/ 1993 – 7 / 1997 Liaoning Project Technology University, Mineral Geology Exploration.; B.S.

Professional Experience

Research interests

Awards and Honors, Academic posts

 Three triassic lithostratigraphic units, Garencuo Formation, Zhulong Formation, and Jiangrang Formation, were established in Cuoqin basin, Tibet. The epoch of Dibucuo Formation and Jianzha’nong Formation were revised as the end of Late Triassic-Early Jurassic. The Late Permian strata were found to be marine carbonate strata, and stratigraphic paleontology evidence being in successive sedimentation with Triassic was found. The past long-term stratigraphic understanding "Upper Permian series are continental facies, Triassic and Lower Jurassic series are missing, and hiatus is about 75Ma or above” was changed. It was pointed out that the so-called "Gangdise ancient land" is actually the Tethys ocean, and that the macro-geological pattern of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau in Late Paleozoic-Early Mesozoic is not "three lands and two troughs" but "two lands and one sea". The understanding “The upper Paleozoic-lower Mesozoic of Cuoqin basin is a potential oil-gas sedimentary formation” was raised. And the sedimentary formation in the upper Paleozoic-lower Mesozoic of Cuoqin basin was named as Guge series of strata. The Middle Permian - Late Triassic (about 72 Ma) are relatively stable marine carbonate platform construction, with good source bed property. The overlying Dibucuo group (or Jianzha’nong group) is sedimentary formation of the sandshale and conglomerate in the sea-land interbedding facies, with a cap rock property, and the relationship between the two does not form an integrated contact, and the intermittent time of sedimentation is not very long. And there are multiple coarse clastic rocks (conglomerate or sandstone) developed at the bottom pf Dibucuo group (or Jianzha’nong group), which has a reservoir property. The vertical combination of strata constitutes a set of potential source-reservoir-cap. After the discovery of the Guge series of strata, a new understanding that the upper Jurassic reef flat facies oil-gas exploration target stratum existing in the Cuoqin basin, was proposed in 2016. The above-mentioned work greatly enhanced the value of oil-gas exploration in and the strategic position in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau oil-gas exploration of Cuoqin basin, providing scientific basis for the southward development of oil-gas exploration in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, and pointing out a new horizon for the oil-gas exploration in the Cuoqin basin.

Scientific Research Projects

Publications

  1.  Ji Zhansheng, Yang Xinde, Zang Wenshuan, Yao Jianxin, Wu Zhonghai, Wu Guichun. 2002. New Discoveries and Stratigraphic Significance of Sporopollen Fossils of Shexing Formation in Lhasa Block in Tibet. Acta Geoscientia Sinica, 23(4): 323-328.
  2. Ji Zhansheng, Yao Jianxin, Yang Xinde, Zang Wenshuan, Wu Guichun. 2003. Conodont Zoning and International Comparison of the Triassic Norian Order in Lhasa, Tibet. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 42(3): 382-392.
  3. Ji Zhansheng, Yao Jianxin, Wu Guichun, Jiang Zhongti, Fu Yuanhui. 2005. Discovery and Significance of Multigroup Dropstone Deposition near the North of Lhasa, Geological Bulletin of China, 24(6): 542-548.
  4. Ji Zhansheng, Yao Jianxin, Wu Guichun, Zhan Lipei, Jiang Zhongti, Fu Yuanhui. 2005. Study on the Multigroup Stratigraphic Sequence, Petrologic Features and Their Genesis Near the Lower Permian in the Salin Area. Acta Geologica Sinica, 79(4): 433-443.
  5. Ji Zhansheng, Wang Da’ning, Yao Jianxin, Wu Guichun. 2005. Discovery and the Geological Significance of Paleogene Sporopollen Fossils of Shexing Formation in Duilongdeqing County, Northern Lhasa. Geological Bulletin of China, 24(4): 360-362.
  6. Ji Zhansheng, Yao Jianxin, Wu Guichun, Liu Guizhong. 2006. The Discovery of Late Triassic Norian Epigondolella in the “Xiala Formation” in Dibucuo Area, Cuoqin County, Tibet. Geological Bulletin of China, 25(1-2): 138-141.
  7. Ji Zhansheng, Yao Jianxin, Wu Guichun, Liu Guizhong. 2006. The Discovery and Significance of the Conodont Rabeignathus Bucaramangus Fauna in Ritu Area, Tibet. Geological Bulletin of China, 25(1-2): 142-145.
  8. Ji Zhansheng, Yao Jianxin, Gao Lianda, Wu Guichun, Jiang Zhongti, Fu Yuanhui. 2006. Characteristics and Significance of Spore Assemblage in the Lower Part of Lower Carboniferous Yongzhu Formation in Shenzha Area, Northern Tibet. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 45(3): 109-119.
  9. Ji Zhansheng, Yao Jianxin, Wu Guichun, Liu Guizhong, Jiang Zhongti, Fu Yuanhui. 2007. Characteristics and Significance of Neognathodus Fauna of Late Carboniferous Conodonts in Shenza Area, Tibet. Geological Bulletin of China, 26(1): 42-53.
  10. Ji Zhansheng, Wu Guichun, Yao Jianxin. 2007. Discovery and Significance of the Permian and Triassic Conodonts in Ali Shiquan River Area, Western Tiber. Geological Bulletin of China, 26(4): 383-397.
  11. Ji Zhansheng, Yao Jianxin, Wu Guichun. 2007. Division of the Marine Triassic in Cuoqin Area, Western Part of Gangdisi, Tibet. Geological Bulletin of China, 26(8): 947-952.
  12. Ji Zhansheng, Yao Jianxin, Wu Guichun. 2007. Revised Opinions on the Xiaogangjiang Flora and Its Stratigraphic Age in Gaize Area, Northern Tibet. Geological Bulletin of China, 26(8): 953-959.
  13. Ji Zhansheng, Yao Jianxin, Wu Guichun. 2008. Upper Paleozoic - Lower Mesozoic of Qiaoqin Basin, Tibet: Potential Oil-gas Sedimentary Formation. Geological Bulletin of China, 27(1): 36-63.
  14. Ji Zhansheng, Yao Jianxin, Wu Guichun. 2010. Discovery of the Late Triassic Coral Fossils and Their Geological Significance in Guogan Jia’nian Mountain in the Central Uplifting Zone of Qiangtang, Northern Tibet. Acta Geologica Sinica, 84(8): 1095-1104.
  15. Ji Zhansheng, Yao Jianxin, Wu Guichun. 2010. Revision and Geological Significance of the Mamuxia Formation Age in the Yawa Area of Qiaoqin County, Southern Gangdisi, Tibet. Acta Geologica Sinica, 84(10): 1379-1388.
  16. Ji Zhansheng, Yao Jianxin, Wu Guichun. 2011. Discovery and Geological Significance of Coral Fauna in the Late Jurassic Tukari Formation in the North Part of Wuma Township, Gaize County, Tibet. Geological Bulletin of China, 30(2-3): 418-438.
  17. Liao Weihua, Ji Zhansheng, Wu Guichun.2014. A kind of Polygonal Tetracoral Group in Devonian Period in Cuoqin, Tibet. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 53(3): 308-314.
  18. Meng Yazhou, Ji Zhansheng, Liao Weihua, Yao Jianxin, Wu Guichun, Sun Qian, Wu Zhenjie. 2016. Discovery and Significance of the Late Jurassic Coral Fauna in Baoji Area, Tibet. Acta Geologica Sinica, No.5, 833-837.
  19. JI Zhansheng, YAO Jianxin, JIN Xiaochi, YANG Xiangning, WANG Yizhao, YANG Hailin and WU Guichun. 2004. Early Permian Conodonts from the Baoshan Block, Western Yunnan, China. Acta Geologica Sinica(English Edition),78(6): 1179-1184. Z
  20. hansheng Ji, Jianxin Yao, Yukio Isozaki, Tetsuo Matsuda, Guichun Wu. 2007. Conodont biostratigraphy across the Permian-Triassic boundary at Chaotian, in northern Sichuan, China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology,  Palaeoecology,  252: 39-55.
  21. GuichunWu, Zhansheng Ji, Julie A. Trotter, Jianxin Yao, Liqin Zhou,2014. Conodont biostratigraphy of a new Permo-Triassic boundary section at Wenbudangsang, north Tibet. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology ,411,188–207.
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