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程 海 教授 Prof. Hai Cheng

AGU 会士

西安交通大学 全球环境变化研究院

美国明尼苏达大学 地球科学系

联系方式

Institute of Global Environmental Change

Xi'an Jiaotong University

Address: No.1 West Building, Xi'an Jiaotong University Qujiang Campus, No.99 Yanxiang Road, Xi'an, 710054, Shaanxi, China

Tel: 86-29-83395119

E-mail: cheng021@mail.xjtu.edu.cn

Website: http://isotope.xjtu.edu.cn

 

地址:西安市雁翔路西安交通大学曲江校区西一楼

联系电话:029-83395119

邮编:710054

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教育经历

    程海,教授,博士生导师,AGU会士,2003年海外杰青。 1982年毕业于南京大学地质系地球化学专业,1985年中国地质科学院矿床学硕士,1988年南京大学地球化学博士。此后,为中国科学院地质研究所博士后、助理研究员、日本京都大学和澳大利亚麦考瑞大学访问研究员。1993年后在美国明尼苏达大学同位素实验室做业务主管和资深研究员。2010年以来,任西安交通大学全球环境变化研究院教授。程海在高精度质谱同位素测量技术领域,发展了国际先进水平的U系质谱测量技术,包括230Th231PaTIMSMC-ICPMS测年方法、U-Th标准、230Th-234U-238U久期平衡标准以及相关同位素半衰期的精准测定。提供了许多重要和精确的晚第四纪气候变化的绝对年代尺标、以及精确测量海水等地质样品中一些极微量元素及其同位素的技术方法。初步建立了重要的中-低纬度主要气候系统、特别是亚洲季风的高分辨率和精确定年的石笋同位素记录、及其与全球气候变化之间的对比关系。为不同气候系统之间的气候变化的精确对比提供了重要的年代尺标,成为理解全球气候变化,特别是全球季风气候变化的规律、机制及其与西风带和高纬度地区气候变化联系的重要基础之一,同时也为更好地识别和研究近现代气候变化异常提供了重要的自然气候变化背景。在国际期刊上发表论文300余 ,13Science11Nature和20余Nature子刊文章。论文被引用三万余(H-因子81Google Scholor)。近来获得2014年三秦友谊奖,为陕西省政府授予来陕外国专家的最高荣誉;入选2014 Thomson Reuters: Highly Cited Researchers 2014 the Worlds Most Influential Scientific Minds 20142014年获首届“汤森路透中国引文桂冠奖–高被引科学家奖”和“汤森路透中国引文桂冠奖–最具国际引文影响力奖”。是中国15名获得“最具国际引文影响力奖”者中唯一来自地学领域的科学家。2015获选国际地球化学协会和欧洲地球化学协会会士(Geochemical Fellow),并入选汤森路透“2015全球高被引科学家,同时也入选了爱思唯尔中国高被引学者2016年入选Clarivate Analytics“2016全球高被引科学家和爱思唯尔中国高被引学者。程海教授主持的“亚洲季风的变化规律及其与全球气候变化的关系”项目研究,于20166月以Article形式在Nature上发表论文“The Asian monsoon over the past 640,000 years and ice age terminations”,并入选2016年度中国高等学校十大科技进展,2017年入选美国地球物理联合会会士AGU Fellow,并于同年入选科睿唯安“Clarivate Analytics2017年全球“高被引科学家”(现排名第19位)。

 

      Hai Cheng has over the past three decades been at the leading edge in the technical developments of U-series to address many fundamental questions in paleoclimatology, paleoceanography, and global climate change research. His most widely recognized technical achievement is his role in the improvement of U-series dating techniques in the 231Pa and 230Th dating systematics including the re-determinations of 230Th and 234U half-lives that have been widely accepted and used by the U-series community.

      He is also one of world-leading experts on paleoclimate studies of speleothem worldwide. On the basis of state-of-the-art U-series dating techniques, he has played an important role in the reconstruction of the climate history in numerous climate domains using cave records, including the longest East Asian (640 ka) and Indian (280 ka) monsoon records, the longest Westerly climate records from central Asia (500 ka) and North America (335 ka); as well as the longest record from the Amazon Basin (250 ka). The related researches have produced absolute chronological benchmarks that are critical to correlate regional climate variations in the context of global climate change on a wide range of timescales. The broad international significance of his contributions is attested by ~400 publications, including 13 in Science and 11 in Nature, and more than 20 in Nature-Series Journals (H-index=78 and citations= ~32000, Google Scholar). Moreover, he is one of “Highly Cited Researches” (2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017, Thomson Reuters/Clarivate Analytics) and “Highly Cited Scholars in China” (2015, 2016 and 2017, Elsevier). His global rank by citation is currently 24th in geosciences (Web of Science).

 

Recent Honors:

            The Chinese National Science Fund for Distinguished Oversea Young Scholars (2003); The Gary C. Comer Abrupt Climate  Change Fellowship (2007); Thomson Reuters China Citation Laureates 2014 Highly Cited Researcher; Thomson Reuters China Citation Laureates 2014 International Citation Impact Award  (The only one from the entire Chinese geoscience community up to now); Sanqin Friendship Award (2014); Geochemical Fellow of Geochemical Society and European Association of Geochemistry (2015); Ten major scientific and technological progresses of China's colleges and Universities (2016); Highly Cited Researches (2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017) (Thomson Reuters/Clarivate Analytics); Highly Cited Scholars in China (2015, 2016, 2017) (Elsevier); AGU Fellow (2017).