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Name:Fei Wang

Title: Lecturer 


Graduate College: Lanzhou University


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On-the-job information:Incumbency


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Mail box:wangfei@lzu.edu.cn

Learning Experience

2015:  PhD, Physical Geography, Lanzhou University
2008:  Bachelor,  Geographical Science, Lanzhou University

Research Direction

Cretaceous and Cenozoic climate change; Asian inland desert evolution; Interplay of westerlies and Asian monsoon

Work Experience

2015.11-present: Lecturer, Key laboratory of west China’s Environmental System (Ministry of Education), College of Earth and Environment Sciences, Lanzhou University.


Undergraduate course 《Earth and Future Planet》
Postgraduate course 《Magnetostratigraphy and Cenozoic environmental change》


1. Wang Fei*, Li Zaijun, Wang Xin, Li Baofeng, Chen Fahu, 2018. Variation and interplay of the Siberian High and westerlies in central-eastAsia during the past 1200 kyr. Aeolian Research, 33, 62-81.
2. Wang Fei, Sun Donghuai, Chen Fahu, Bloemendal Jan, Li Zaijun, Guo Feng, Zhang Yuebao, Li Baofeng, Wang Xin, 2014. Formation and evolution of the Badain Jaran Desert, North China, as revealed by a drill core from the desert centre, and by geological survey. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 426, 139-158.
3. Li Zaijun, Wang Fei, Wang Xin, Li Baofeng, Chen Fahu, 2018. A multi-proxy climatic record from the central Tengger Desert, southern Mongolian Plateau: Implications for the aridification of inner Asia since the late Pliocene. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 160, 27-37.
4. Li Zaijun, Sun donghuai, Chen Fahu, Wang Fei, Zhang Yuebao, Guo Feng, Wang Xin, Li Baofeng, 2014. Chronology and paleoenvironmental records of a drill core in the central Tengger Desert of China. Quaternary Science Review 85, 85-98.
5. Li Baofeng., Sun Donghuai, Xu weihong, Wang Fei, Liang Baiqing, Ma Zhiwei, Wang Xin, Li Zaijun, Chen Fahu, 2017. Paleomagnetic chronology and paleoenvironmental records from drill cores from the Hetao Basin and their implications for the formation of the Hobq Desert and the Yellow River. Quaternary Science Review 156, 69–89.