Working with the wider Institute of Earth Environment scientific community and partners worldwide, the environmental magnetism research group undertakes researches into the magnetic properties of sediments and rocks. This is generally done with the purpose of deciphering the evolution, behavior and cause of the ancient geomagnetic field and paleoclimate, and to aid in geological research.
1. Magnetostraphy and paleomagnetism of Cenozoic sediments in China.
2. The evolution of Tibetan uplift and Asian climate change during the Cenozoic
3. The evolution and dynamic mechanisms of Asian monsoon-arid environment
4. Hominid chronology and paleoenvironments in China
5. The application of Environmental magnetism to pollution monitoring.
An Zhisheng (Professor)
Qiang Xiaoke (Professor)
Chang Hong (Associate Professor)
Ao Hong (Associate Professor)
2G-755R U-channel Superconducting Rock Magnetometer System
AGICO Spinner Magnetometer JR6A ASC Model TD48 Thermal Specimen Demagnetizer
AGICO Kappabridges MFK1 FA / CS- 3 / CS- L System
MicroMagTM 3900-04 Vibrating Sample Magnetometer