Name

Weiming LIU

 

Professional

Title

Associate Professor

Address

No. 9, Block 4, South Renmin Road, Chengdu 610041, People’s Republic of China

E-mail

Liuwm@imde.ac.cn

Professional

Expertise

Ancient Mountain Disaster; Disaster Geomorphology; Optically Stimulated Luminescence; Mountain Disaster Assessment,Investigation and Prevention;  Paleomagnetism and Environmental Magnetism

Education

2008.92011.7  Institute of Geology and Geophysics,China Academy of Sciences,Doctor of Quaternary Geology

2005.92008.7  Lanzhou university,Master of Physical Geography

2001.92005.7  Lanzhou university,Bachelor of Geographical Science

Employment Record (including international working experience )

2014.12        Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Associate Professor

2011.72014.11  Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Research Assistant

Running Projects

1. 2018.12021.12  “Age and geomorphological response of paleo-dammed lakes in the Palon Zangpu Basin”; ProjectsupportedbytheNationalNaturalScienceFoundationofChina(GrantNo.41771023); Project Leader

2. 2018.12019.12  “The outburst flood formed by Gega dammed lake”; Projectsupportedbythe State Key Laboratory of Hydroscience and EngineeringTsinghua University (Grant No.sklhse-2018-B-01); Budget:70000; Project Leader

3. 2018.32022.12  “Historical disaster reconstruction and potential disaster identification”; ProjectsupportedbyStrategic pilot Science and Technology Project of the Chinese Academy of Sciences(Grant No.XDB03020102); Budget:3500000; Second Project Leader

Academic Society Activities

1.2011,Chinese Association for Quaternary Research,“High resolution Luochuan loess magnetostratigraphy”,oral

2.2011.11.30,Special Seminar on Geosciences for Postgraduate Students in Beijing Normal University, “Loess Magnetic fabric and Palaeoclimate Reconstruction: a case study of Luochuan Profile”, oral

3.2012.11, NSFC-RFBR Seminar on Debris Flow Movement behavior, Numerical Simulation and Hazard Assessment, “Debris flow terraces in Xiaojiang river and its relationship to landslide blocking Jinsha river”, oral

4. 2013.3.18, Academic Exchange of Young Scholars across the Taiwan Straits, “Study on the terraces of Jintang Ancestral dammed lake in the Lower reaches of Jinsha River”, oral

5.2013.9.13, Qinghai Institute of Salt Lakes, Chinese Academy of Sciences, “Geomorphological effects of ancestral dammed lakes in the Tibetan Plateau”, oral

6. 2013.10.27, National Symposium on Geomorphology and Quaternary in 2013,“Soil formation events in the third terrace of Maoxian County of Minjiang River indicated by rock magnetism”, oral

7. 2013.11.2, TheStateKeyProgramofNationalNaturalScienceofChina “Study on the Coupling Mechanism and process of Quaternary Ice Age cycle and tectonic uplift in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau”, “Study on the Age and geomorphological effect of an ancestral ice-dammded lake Gega at the Tsangpo gorge”, oral

8. 2014.1.14, TheMajorProgramoftheNationalNaturalScienceFoundationofChina “Inland Arid Asia and westerly Climate Evolution since Oligocene”(Grant No.41290250), “Age and geomorphological effect of a giant glacial-dammed lake at YarLung Tsangpo Gorge in the Tibetan Plateau”, oral

9. 2014.3.30, 14th Symposium on Photoluminescence and Electronic spin Resonance Measurement in China,Hefei, “Age and geomorphological effect of a giant glacial-dammed lake at YarLung Tsangpo Gorge in the Tibetan Plateau”, oral

10. 2014.3.31, School of Geography and Ocean Science, Nanjing University, Nanjing,“Age and geomorphological effect of a giant glacial-dammed lake at YarLung Tsangpo Gorge in the Tibetan Plateau”, oral

11. 2014.3.31,School of Geography, Nanjing Normal University,Nanjing, “Age and geomorphological effect of a giant glacial-dammed lake at YarLung Tsangpo Gorge in the Tibetan Plateau”, oral

12. 2014.8,The 11th Chinese Association of Quaternary Research,Guiyang, “Age and geomorphological effect of a giant glacial-dammed lake at YarLung Tsangpo Gorge in the Tibetan Plateau”, oral

13. 2015.5.5, No. 133 Shuangqing Forum, Linzhi “Risk assessment of catastrophe in ancestral ice-dammded lakes and hydropower areas on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau”, Invitation

14. 2016.1.12, The eighth Joint Annual meeting of the key Laboratory of Mountain hazards and Surface processes and the State key Laboratory of Geological Hazard Prevention and Geological Environment Protection, Chinese Academy of Sciences, “Age and geomorphological effect of a giant glacial-dammed lake at YarLung Tsangpo Gorge in the Tibetan Plateau”, oral

15. 2016.8.299.4, Visit to the Institute of Geography and Spatial structure of the Polish Academy of Sciences, “Age and extent of a giant glacial-dammed lake at YarLung Tsangpo Gorge in the Tibetan Plateau”, oral

16. 2016.9.1215, Attend the Fifth International Ancient Flood Congress, Lapid City, South Dakota, USA

17. 2017.4.2528, Attend the On-site discussion on prehistoric abnormal Flood in Jishi Gorge and LaJia relic, Xunhua County, Qinghai Province

18. 2017.11.2022,The first National Conference of Nature Geography,Nanjing,“Age and geomorphological effect of ancestral ice-dammded lakes in Baimakou in the lower reaches of Jinsha River”, oral

19. 2018.7.24, The Fifth Conference on Earth System Science, Shanghai, “Reconstruction method of ancestral ice-dammded lakes”, oral

20. 2019.1.1011,The 4th Xiangshan Scientific Conference, “Frontier Scientific problems in the study of tectonic geomorphology in the Tibetan Plateau”, “Response of rivers to extreme surface processes”, Invitation

Awards

2018, Advanced Worker, Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment,Chinese Academy of Sciences

2013, Advanced Worker, Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment,Chinese Academy of Sciences

Publications

Liu, W.*, Hu, K.*, Carling, P.A., Lai, Z., Cheng, T., Xu, Y. The establishment and influence of Baimakou paleo-dam in an upstream reach of the Yangtze River, southeastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau. Geomorphology, 2018, 321: 167-173.

Liu, W.*, Cui, P., Ge, Y., Yi, Z. Paleosols identified by rock magnetic properties indicate dam-outburst events of the Min River, eastern Tibetan Plateau. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 2018, 508: 139-147.

Liu, W. *, Zhou, G.G.D., Ge, Y., Huang, R. *. Gradual late stage deepening of Gega ice-dammed lake, Tsangpo gorge, southeastern Tibet, indicated by preliminary sedimentary rock magnetic properties. Acta Geophys, 2018, 66: 907-914.

Liu, W., Wu, C., Liu, N., Chen, X.* and Huang, R., 2018. Sediment Records Indicate Outburst Events of Gega Dammed Lake at Yarlung Tsangpo River in the Tibetan Plateau. ACTA GEOLOGICA SINICA (English Edition), 92(supp.2): 87-90.

Liu, W.*, Lai, Z., Hu, K., Ge, Y., Cui, P., Zhang, X., and Liu, F.. Age and extent of a giant glacial-dammed lake at YarLung Tsangpo Gorge in the Tibetan Plateau. Geomorphology, 2015, 246: 370-376.

Liu W*, Zhang L. Chemical magnetization in Chinese loess. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 2013, 218: 14-18.

Liu Weiming*, Sun Jimin. High-resolution anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility record in the central Chinese Loess Plateau and its paleoenvironmental implications. SCIENCE CHINA Earth Sciences. 2012, 52(3): 488-494.