Shishun Wang

Shishun is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Peking University. He holds a BSc in Geology from Peking University. He is particularly interested in geodynamics and magnetic anomalies linked with Mid Ocean Ridges. He also works on geomagnetic secular variations and time-varying sedimentary provenance analysis in the Bay of Bengal.

Research

My research currently focuses on both palaeomagnetic and environmental magnetic signals recorded in ocean sediments from the Bay of Bengal. They are used to reconstruct the millennial scale geomagnetic secular variations and time-varying sedimentary provenance. In addition, I am particularly interested in Middle Ocean Ridge. Based on geomagnetism and rock magnetism methods, it would be possible for us to understand the ocean geodynamic processes from a unique perspective.

Curriculum Vitae

  • Ph.D. at Peking University, Beijing, China (from 2017)
  • BSc in Geology at Peking University, Beijing, China (2013 to 2017)

Publications

  • Xue, P., Chang, L., Wang, S., Liu, S., Li, J., Shi, X., Khokiattiwong, S., Kornkanitnan, N. Magnetic mineral tracing of sediment provenance in the central Bengal Fan. Marine Geology, 415, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2019.05.014, 2019.
  • Wang, S., Chang, L., Xue, P., Liu, S., Shi, X., Khokiattiwong, S., Kornkanitnan, N., Liu, J. Paleomagnetic Secular Variations during the Past 40,000 Years from the Bay of Bengal. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 20, 2559-2571, https://doi.org/10.1029/2018GC008100, 2019.
  • Berndt, T.A., L. Chang, S. Wang, S. Badejo. Time-asymmetric FORC diagrams: A new protocol
for visualizing thermal fluctuations and distinguishing magnetic
mineral mixtures. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 19, 3056-3070, https://doi.org/10.1029/2018GC007669, 2018.

Fieldwork

  • Sampling Eocene marine successions at the Belluno Basin, Northern Italy, 10/2018.
  • Monte San Giorgio, Grigna, Dolomiti in the Alps, Italy, 07/2017: Field study for Triassic stratigraphy and fossil records
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