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
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
Map of active tectonics in China
QD Deng, Y Ran, X Yang, W Min, Q Chu
Seismol. Press, Beijing, 2, 2007
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
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
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
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
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
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
Large-scale controls on the development of sand seas in northern China
X Yang, H Li, A Conacher
Quaternary International 250, 74-83, 2012
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
Hydrogeochemistry of three watersheds (the Erlqis, Zhungarer and Yili) in northern Xinjiang, NW China
B Zhu, X Yang, P Rioual, X Qin, Z Liu, H Xiong, J Yu
Applied Geochemistry 26 (8), 1535-1548, 2011
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