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Researcher Zhao Yue from the Institute of Geomechanics of the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences came to our institute for academic exchange

2018/4/19 10:46:56

  At the invitation of Researcher Zhang Huiping, Researcher Zhao Yue from the Institute of Geomechanics of the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences gave an academic presentation entitled "The history of rivers on the Qinghai–Tibet plateau -- the exploration process initiated from Longchuan River, Keriya River..." in conference room 204 of our institute on April 19, 2018.
    Dr Zhao Yue is a researcher and doctoral supervisor of the Institute of Geomechanics of the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences. He has long been engaged in the study of tectonics and structural geology and has participated in scientific investigations of the South Pole, the North Pole and the "third pole" (Qinghai–Tibet plateau) many times. He has won one second prize and one third prize of the Science and Technology Progress Award of the Ministry of Geology and Mineral Resources, one second prize of the Science and Technology Award of the Ministry of Land and Resources, and one Science and Technology Award of the State Oceanic Administration.
    In the presentation, Researcher Zhao Yue focused on the geomorphological development and inferred plateau uplift history of the Longchuan River, the Keriya River and the upper reaches of the Yellow River on the Qinghai–Tibet plateau through detailed geomorphological mapping, analysis and chronology. This presentation was very enlightening and offered a new view of the structural and geomorphological research on the Qinghai–Tibet plateau.
    The presentation attracted more than 40 people from the Institute of Geosciences, the Institute of Crustal Dynamics, the Institute of Earthquake Forecasting and other research institutes, and research personnel communicated with and inspired each other in the presentations. There was an active academic atmosphere at the presentation and participants benefited a great deal.