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Name:Haopeng Geng

Title: Associate Professor  Ph.D. advisor  Master advisor 


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Mail box:hpgeng@lzu.edu.cn

Learning Experience

2007: B.S, Physical Geography, Lanzhou University

20011~2013: Visiting student, University of California Berkeley

2014: PhD, Physical Geography, Lanzhou University 

Research Direction

Surface erosional processes; weathering and sediment transport in mountainous ranges

Work Experience

2014.07-2017.05: Lecturer, Lanzhou University.

2017.05- present: Associate Professor, Lanzhou University.


1.         Teaching the “Geomorphology” for the undergraduate

2.         Teaching the “Numerical Modeling in geomorphology” for the graduate


1.	Haopeng Geng, Yang Hong, David G. Milledge, Baotian Pan, Yu Guo. Frost cracking dictated landslide distribution in response to temperature change since Last Glacial Maximum across the Eastern Qilian Mountains. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 2022, in press. doi: 10.1002/esp.5450. 
2.	Jian Zhang, Haopeng Geng*, Baotian Pan, Junsheng Nie, Xiaofei Hu, Qiming Zhao, Dianbao Chen, Rong Xie. Coupling of tectonic uplift and climate change as influences on drainage evolution: A case study at the NE margin of the Tibetan Plateau. Catena, 2022, 216PB:106433. 
3.	Haopeng Geng, Shun Cai, Honghua Lu, Baotian Pan*. How can a youthful mountain survive in a foreland setting? - Constraining the uplift threshold rate by numerical simulation. Science Bulletin, 2022, 67(12): 1230-1232.
4.	Haopeng Geng*, Ru Liu, Weishan Zheng, Yunbo Zhang, Rong Xie, Yu Guo and Baotian Pan. Interaction between animal burrowing and loess cave formation in the Chinese Loess Plateau. Frontiers in Earth Science, 2021, 9: 806921.
5.	Pan Baotian, Cai Shun, Geng Haopeng*. Numerical simulation of landscape evolution and mountain uplift history constrain—A case study from the youthful stage mountains around the central Hexi Corridor, NE Tibetan Plateau. Science China Earth Sciences, 2021, 64(3): 412-424.
6.	Jian Zhang, Haopeng Geng*, Baotian Pan, Xiaofei Hu, Liping Chen, Wei Wang, Dianbao Chen, Qiming Zhao. Climatic zonation complicated the lithology controls on the mineralogy and geochemistry of fluvial sediments in the Heihe River Basin, NE Tibetan Plateau. Quaternary International, 2020, 537: 33-47.
7.	Cai Shun, Geng Haopeng*, Pan Baotian, Hong Yang, Chen Liping. Topographic controls on the annual runoff coefficient and implications for landscape evolution across semiarid Qilian Mountains, NE Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Mountain Science, 2020, 17(2): 464-479.
8.	Geng Haopeng*, Pan Baotian, Huang, Bo, Cao, Bo, Gao, Hongshan. The spatial distribution of precipitation and topography in the Qilian Shan Mountains, northeastern Tibetan Plateau. Geomorphology, 2017, 297: 43–54.
9.	Geng Haopeng, Pan Baotian*, David G M, Huang Bo, Zhang Guoliang. Quantifying sheet wash erosion rates in a mountainous semi-arid basin using environmental radionuclides and a stream power model. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 2015, 40: 1814-1826. 
10.	Pan Baotian, Geng Haopeng*, Hu Xiaofei, Sun Ranhao, Wang Chao. The topographic controls on the decadal-scale erosion rates in Qilian Shan Mountains, N. W. China. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 2010, 292: 148-157.
11.	Meiqin Han, Gary Brierley, Baotian Pan, Haopeng Geng, Yan Shi. An approach to evaluate the dominant river biogeomorphic succession phase at the reach-scale. Catena, 2022, 217:106455. 
12.	Chen Dianbao, Pan Baotian, Ma Jinfeng, Hu Xiaofei, Geng Haopeng and Pang Hongli, Paleoclimatic record from the clay mineralogy of Quaternary sediments of drill core DWJ from Jiudong subbasin (western Hexi Corridor), NW China. Quaternary Research, 2020, 93(1): 124-138.
13.	Hu Xiaofei, Pan Baotian, Fan Yuxin, Wang Jun, Hu Zhenbo, Cao Bo, Li Qingyang and Geng Haopeng, Folded fluvial terraces in a young, actively deforming intramontane basin between the Yumu Shan and the Qilian Shan mountains, NE Tibet. Lithosphere, 2017, 9(4): 545-560.
14.	Pan Baotian,Li Qiong,Hu Xiaofei,Geng Haopeng,Gao Hongshan,Bedrock channels response to differential rock uplift in eastern Qilian Mountain along the northeastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2015, 100: 1-19. 
15.	Hu Xiaofei, Pan Baotian, Kirby E, Gao Hongshan, Hu Zhenbo, Cao Bo, Geng Haopeng, Li Qingyang, Zhang Guoliang. Rates and kinematics of active shortening along the eastern Qilian Shan, China, inferred from deformed fluvial terraces. Tectonics, 2015, 34: 2478-2493. 
16.	Pan Baotian, Li Qingyang, Hu Xiaofei, Geng Haopeng, Liu Zibian, Jiang Shaofei1 and Yuan Wanming,Cretaceous and Cenozoic cooling history of the eastern Qilian Shan, north-eastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau: evidence from apatite fission-track analysis. Terra Nova, 2013, 25(6): 431-438.
17.	Pan Baotian, Hu Xiaofei, Gao Hongshan, Hu Zhenbo, Cao Bo, Geng Haopeng, Li Qingyang, Late Quaternary river incision rates and rock uplift pattern of the eastern Qilian Shan Mountain, China. Geomorphology, 2013, 184: 84-97.
18.	Wang Jie, Pan Baotian, Zhang Guoliang, Cui Hang, Cao Bo and Geng Haopeng, Late Quaternary glacial chronology on the eastern slope of Gongga Mountain, eastern Tibetan Plateau, China. Science China Earth Sciences, 2013, 56(3), 354-365.
19.	Pan B.T., Zhang G.L., Wang J., Cao B, Geng H.P., Wang J., Zhang C. and Ji Y.P., Glacier changes from 1966–2009 in the Gongga Mountains, on the south-eastern margin of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau and their climatic forcing. The Cryosphere, 2012, 6: 1087–1101.
20.	Hu Xiaofei, Pan Baotian, Kirby E, Li Qingyang, Geng Haopeng and Chen Jifeng, Spatial differences in rock uplift rates inferred from channel steepness indices along the northern flank of the Qilian Mountain, northeast Tibetan Plateau. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2010, 55(27-28):3205-3214.