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Liu Pengju

Published:2017-08-03
 

Details of the Faculty or Staff

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

Emai: pengju@cags.ac.cn

Tel: 68999697

Education Experience

  • 7 / 1985 Changchun College of Geology, Geology.; B.S.
  • 1993 Changchun College of Geology, Paleontology and Stratigraphy.; M.S.
  • 2000 Jilin University, majored in Paleontology and Stratigraphy.; Ph.D.

Professional Experience

2004 – present Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences.; Resercher.

7 / 1985 – 11 / 2004 Department of Geology, Changchun College of Geology, Paleontology and Stratigraphy .; Teacher.

Research interests

  • Late Precambrian paleobiology, stratigraphy and the origins and evolution of early life. The main research direction currently is the Ediacaran paleontology and stratigraphy.

Awards and Honors, Academic posts

Subcommission on Ediacaran Stratigraphy of International Commission on Stratigraphy.; Voting member.Fossil Algae Committee, Paleontological Society of China.; Vice President. 

Scientific Research Projects

  1. Ediacaran Silicified Microfossils from the Hunan and Guizhou provinces and its biostratigraphic correlation, National Natural Foundation of China, No.: 41572016; 2016–2019;
  2. Meso-Neoproterozoic Biostratigraphic Framework in China and its correlation, a special project in the National Key Research and Development Program of China (2016YFC0601001), 2016.06–2020.06;
  3. Ediacaran Biostratigraphical Succession in China and Its International Correlation, China Geological Survey, No.: 121201102000150010-06; 2016–2018;
  4. Regional Stratigraphic Framework of the Late Neoproterozoic in the Yangtze Plate, a Secondary Program of the “Geochemical Background of Large-Scale Mineralization of Manganese, Iron and Phosphorus in the Neoproterozoic Yangtze Plate”, the MLR Public Benefit Research Foundation (No.: 201411044), 2014–2016;
  5. Ediacaran Biostratigraphical Succession and Chronostratigraphic Subsivision in China, China Geological Survey, No.: 12120114077901; 2014–2015;
  6. Acritarch Biostratigraphy of the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation in the Yangtze Gorges area and Its International Correlation, National Natural Foundation of China, No.: 41172035; 2012–2015;
  7. Ediacaran biota of China and Its International Correaltion, China Geological Survey, No.: 1212011120140; 2011–2013;
  8. Re-study on Metazoan Fossils of the Doushantuo Phosphatized Biota, National Natural Foundation of China, No.: 40772013; 2008–2010;
  9. Ediacaran Chronostratigraphic Subdivision and Boundary Stratotype, Subject of Scientific Work Project of the Ministry of Science and Technology, China, Subject No.: 2006FY120300-2; 2007–2010;
  10. Chronostratigraphy of the Meso-Neoproterozoic and the Ediacaran Chronostratigraphic subdivision in China, China Geological Survey, No.: 1212010911071; 2009–2010;

Publications

  1. Liu Pengju, Xiao Shuhai, Yin Chongyu, Chen Shouming, Zhou Chuanming, Li Meng. 2014. Ediacaran acanthomorphic acritarchs and other microfossils from chert nodules of the upper Doushantuo Formation in the Yangtze Gorges area, South China. Journal of Paleontology 88(sp. 72)/Paleontological Society Memoir 72: 1–139.
  2. Liu Pengju, Chen Shouming, Zhu Maoyan, Li Meng, Yin Chongyu. 2014, High-resolution biostratigraphic and chemostratigraphic data from the Chenjiayuanzi section of the Doushantuo Formation in the Yangtze Gorges area, South China: implication for subdivision and global correlation of the Ediacaran System. Precambrian Research, 249: 199–214.
  3. Liu Pengju, Yin Chongyu, Chen Shouming, Tang Feng, Gao Linzhi. 2013. The biostratigraphic succession of acanthomorphic acritarchs of the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation in the Yangtze Gorges area, South China and its biostratigraphic correlation with Australia. Precambrian Research, 225: 29–43.
  4. Liu Pengju, Xiao Shuhai, Yin Chongyu, Tang Feng,Gao Linzhi. 2009. Silicified tubular microfossils from the upper Doushantuo Formation (Ediacaran) in the Yangtze Gorges area, South China. Journal of Paleontology, 83(4): 630-633.
  5. Liu Pengju, Xiao Shuhai, Yin Chongyu, Zhou Chuanming, Gao Linzhi, Tang Feng. 2008. Systematic description and phylogenetic affinity of tubular microfossils from the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation at Weng’an, south China. Palaeontology, 51(2): 339-366.
  6. Liu Pengju, Yin Chongyu, Chen Shouming, Tang Feng, Gao Linzhi. 2012. Discovery of Ceratosphaeridium (acritarchs) from the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation in Yangtze Gorges, South China and its biostratigraphic implication. Bulletin of Geosciences, 87(1): 195–200.
  7. Liu Pengju, Yin Chongyu and Tang Feng. 2006. Discovery of the budding phosphatized globular fossils from the Neoproterozoic Doushantuo Formation at Weng'an, Guizhou Province, China. Progress in Natural Science, 16(10): 1079-1083.
  8. Liu Pengju, Yin Chongyu, Tang Feng. 2006. Microtubular metazoan fossils with multi-branches in Weng’an Biota. Chinese Science Bulletin, 51(5): 630-632.
  9. Liu Pengju, Yin Chongyu. 2005. New Data of Phosphatized Acritarchs from the Ediacarian Doushantuo Formation at Weng’an, Guizhou Province, southwest China. Acta Geologica Sinica, 79(5): 575-581.
  10. Liu Pengju, Li Xianhua, Chen Shouming, Lan Zhongwu, Yang Ben, Shang Xiaodong, Yin Chongyu. 2015, New SIMS U–Pb zircon age and its constraint on the beginningof the Nantuo glaciation. Science bulletin, 60(10): 958–963.
  11. Liu Pengju,Yin Chongyu, Gao Linzhi, Tang Feng, Chen Shouming. 2009. New material of microfossils from the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation in the Zhangcunping area, Yichang, Hubei Province and its zircon SHRIMP U-Pb age. Chinese Science Bulletin, 54(6): 1058-1064.
  12. Shang Xiaodong, Liu Pengju (corresponding author), Yang Ben, Chen Shouming, Wang Chuchu. 2015. Ecology and phylogentic affinity of the early Cambrian tubular microfossil Megathrix longus. Palaeontology 59(1):13–28.
  13. Liu Pengju, Yin Chongyu, Chen Shouming, Li Meng, Gao Linzhi, Tang Feng. 2012. Discussion on the Chronostratigraphic Subdivision of the Ediacaran (Sinian) in the Yangtze Gorges Area, South China. Acta Geologica Sinica, 86(6):849-866
  14. Liu Pengju, Yin Chongyu, Tang Feng, Gao Linzhi. 2010. Affinity, Distribution and Stratigraphical Significance of Tubular microfossils from the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation in South China. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 49(3): 308-324.
  15. Liu Pengju, Yin Chongyu, Chen Chouming, Tang Feng, Gao Linzhi. 2009. New data of phosphatized globular fossils from Weng'an biota in the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation and the problem concerning their affinity. Acta Geoscientia Sinica, 30(4): 457-464.
  16. Liu Pengju, Yin Chongyu, Tang Feng, Gao Zhilin, Wang Ziqiang. 2007. Progresses and Questions on Studying Metazoan fossils of the Weng’an biota. Geological Review, 53(6): 728-735.
  17. Liu Pengju, Yin Chongyu. 2006. Enigmatic Microtunnels─The Drag Marks of Pyrites on the Phosphatized Spheroidal Fossils from Sinian Doushantuo Formation at Weng’an, Guizhou Province. Geological Review, 52(1): 11-14.
  18. Wang Chuchu, Liu Pengju (corresponding author), Zhang Shihong, Shang Xiaodong. 2015. Discussion on the Relationship between Ediacaran Schizofusa and Leiosphaeridia (Acritarchs), Acta Micropalaeontologica Sinica, 32 (1): 75-82.
  19. Li Meng, Liu Pengju (corresponding author), Yin Chongyu, Tang Feng, Gao Linzhi, Chen Shouming. 2012. Microfossils ofrom the Baocaoping Formation (Ruyang Group) of Henan, Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 51(1): 76-87.
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