2001-2005

2005

  1. WANG Pinxian, CLEMENS,S., BEAUFORT, L., et al., 2005. Evolution and variability of the Asian monsoon system : State of the art and outstanding issues. Quaternary Science Reviews, 24: 595-629
  2. WANG Pinxian, LIPPS, J.H., 2005.  Micropaleontology of the South China Sea. Marine Micropalentology, 54(1/4): 1-3.
  3. SUN Xiangjun and WANG Pinxian., 2005. How old is the Asian monsoon system? -–Palaeobotanical records from China. Palaeo., Palaeo., Palaeo., 222:181-222.
  4. WANG Pinxian, TIAN Jun, CHENG Xinrong, 2005. Long-term cycles in the ocean carbon reservoir: Records from the South China Sea. PAGES News, 13(2): 13-14.
  5. TIAN, Jun; WANG, Pinxian; CHEN, Ronghua; CHENG, Xinrong, 2005. Quaternary upper ocean thermal gradient variations in the South China Sea: Implications for east Asian monsoon climate. Paleoceanography, 20( 4), PA4007,10.1029/2004PA001115.
  6. XU Jian, WANG Pinxian, HUANG Baoqi, LI Qianyu, JIAN Zhimin, 2005. Response of planktonic foraminifera to glacial cycles: Mid-Pleistocene change in the southern South China Sea. Marine Micropaleontology, 54(1/2): 89-105.
  7. LI Baohua, JIAN Zhimin, LI Qianyu, TIAN Jun, WANG Pinxian, 2005. Paleoceanography of the South China Sea sicne the middle Miocene: Evidence from planktonic foraminifera. Marine Micropaleontology, 54 (1/2): 49-62.
  8. YU Kefu, ZHAO J.X., Wei G.J., CHENG X.R., WANG P.X., 2005. Mid-Late Holocene monsoon climate retrieved from seasonal Sr/Ca and δ18O records of Porites lutea corals at Leizhou Peninsula, northern coast of South China Sea. Global and Planetary Change, 47: 301-316.
  9. YU Kefu, ZHAO J.X., Wei G.J., CHENG X.R., CHEN T.G., FELIS T., WANG P.X., LIU, T.S., 2005.  δ18O , Sr/Ca and Mg/Ca records of Porites lutea corals from Leizhou Peninsula, northern coast of South China Sea, and their applicability as paleoclimate indicators. Palaeo., Palaeo., Palaeo., 218:57-73.
  10. P. Clift, WANG Pinxian, Kuhnt, W., Hayes, D. (Eds): Continent-Ocean interactions in the East Asian Marginal Seas. Geophysical Monograph 149, American Geophysical Union, 337p.

2004

  1. Pinxian Wang, Jun Tian, Xinrong Cheng, Chuanlian Liu, Jian Xu, 2004. Major Pleistocene stages in a carbon perspective: The South China Sea record and its global comparison. Paleoceanography, 19, doc.10.1029/2003PA000991.
  2. PinxianWang, 2004. Cenozoic deformation and the history of sea-land interactions in Asia. In: P. Clift, P.Wang, W.Kuhnt, D.Hayes (Eds.), Continent-Ocean Interactions in the East Asian Marginal Seas. Geophysical Monograph 149, AGU. 1-22.
  3. Dodson,J.R., Taylor,D., Ono,Y., Wang, P. X., 2004. Climate, human, and natural systems of the PEP II transect. Quaternary International, 118/119, 3-12.
  4. Li, B., Wang, J., Huang, B., Li, Q., Jian, Z., Zhao, Q., Su, X., Wang, P., 2004. South China Sea surface water evolution over the last 12 Myr: a south-north comparison from Ocean Drilling Program Sites 1143 and 1146. Paleoceanography, 19, PA1009, doi:10.1029/2003PA000906
  5. Yu, K., Zhao, J., Liu, T., Wang, P., Qian, J., Chen, T., 2004. Alpha-cellulose 13C variation in mangrove tree rings correlates well with annual sea level trend between 1982 and 1999. Geophysical Research Letters, 31: L11203, doi: 10.1029/2004GL019450
  6. Yu, K., Zhao, J., Collerson, K.D., Shi,Q., Chen, T., Wang, P., Liu, T., 2004. Storm cycles in the last millennium recorded in Yongshu Reef, southern South China Sea. Palaeo., Palaeo., Palaeo, 210: 89-100
  7. Yu, K., Zhao, J., Liu, T., Wei, G., Wang, P.,Collerson, K.D., Shi,Q., Chen, T., 2004. High-frequency winter cooling and reef coral mortality during the Holocene climate optimum. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 224: 143-155
  8. Tian, J., Wang, P., Cheng, X ., 2004. Development of the East Asian monsoon and Northern Hemisphere glaciation: oxygen isotope records from the South China Sea. Quaternary Science Reviews, 23: 2007-2016.
  9. Tian, J, Wang, P., Cheng, X., 2004. Time-frequency variations of the Plio-Pleistocene foraminiferal isotopes: A case study from the southern South China Sea. Journal of China University of Geosciences, 15 (3): 283-289.

2003

  1. Wang Pinxian, Tian Jun, Cheng xinrong, Liu Chuanlian, Xu Jian, 2003. Carbone reservoir changes preceded major ice-sheet expansion at the mid-Brunhes event. Geology 31 (3): 239-242.
  2. Wang Pinxian, Zhao Quanhong, Jian zhimin et al., 2003. Thirty million year deep-sea records in the South China Sea. Chinese Science Bulletin 48 (23): 2524-2535.
  3. Wang Pinxian, Jian zhimin, Zhao Quanhong, Li Quanyu et al., 2003. Evolution of the South China Sea and monsoon history revealed in deep-sea records. Chinese Science Bulletin 48 (23): 2549-2561.
  4. WANG Pinxian, TIAN Jun, CHENG Xinrong,LIU Quanlian & XU Jian, 2003. Exploring cyclic changes of the ocean carbon reservoir. Chinese Science Bulletin 48 (23): 2536-2548.
  5. Li Zhifei, Alain Trentesaux, Steven C. Clemens,Wang Pinxian, 2003. Quaternary clay mineralogy in the northern South China Sea (ODP Site 1146) —— Implications for oceanic current transport and East Asian monsoon evolution. Science in China,Ser.D, (12): 1223-1235. 

2002

  1. K. Hori, Y. Saito, Q. Zhao, PX. Wang, 2002. Architecture and evolution of the tide-dominated Changjiang (Yangtze) river delta, China. Sedimentary Geology, 146: 249-264

2001

  1. WANG Pinxian & J. CHAPPELL, 2001. Foraminifera as Holocene environmental indicators in the South Alligator River, Northern Australia. Quaternary International, 83/85: 47-62.
  2. Wang Pinxian, Jian zhimin, Wang Jiliang et al., 2001. Neogene oxygen isotopic stratigraphy, ODP site 1148, northern South china sea. Science in China, D44(10): 934-942.
  3. WANG Pinxian, TIAN Jun, CHENG Xinrong, 2001.Transition of Quaternary glacial cyclicity in deep-sea records at Nansha, the South China Sea. Science in China, D44: 926-933.
  4. ZHAO Quanhong, WANG Pinxian, CHENG Xinrong, et al., 2001. A record of Miocene carbon excursions in the South China Sea. Science in China, D44: 943-951.
  5. ZHAO Quanhong, JIAN Zhiming, Wang Jiliang, CHENG Xinrong, Fang Dianyoun, WANG Pinxian, et al., 2001. Neogene oxygen isotopic stratigraphy,ODP Site 1148,northern South China Sea. Science in China,Ser.D,2001,(10), 934-942.
  6. TU Xia, ZHENG Fan, WANG Jiliang, CAI Huimei, WANG Pinxian, et al., 2001. An abrupt cooling event in the last interglacial in the northern South China Sea. Science in China, D44: 865-870.
  7. JIAN Z., CHENG X., ZHAO Q., WANG J., WANG Pinxian, 2001. Oxygen isotope stratigraphy and events in the northern South China Sea during the last 6 million years. Science in China, D44: 952-960.
  8. Luedmann,T., H.K.Wong & Wang P., 2001. Plio-Quaternary sedimentation processes and neotectonics of the northern continental margin of the South China Sea. Marine Geology, 172: 331-358.
  9. WANG J.L, Y. SAITO, T. OBA, Z. JIAN and P. WANG , 2001. High-resolution records of thermocline in the Okinawa through since about 10000 aBP. Science in China. D 44(3): 193-200.
  10. K. HORI, Y. SAITO, Q. ZHAO, X. CHENG, P. WANG, et al., 2001. Sedimentary facies and Holocene progradation rates of the Changjiang (Yangtze) delta, China. Geomorphology, 41: 233-248.
  11. K. HORI, Y. SAITO, Q. ZHAO, X. CHENG, P. WANG, C. Li.2001.  Progradation of the Changjiang River delta since the mid-Holocene. Science in China, Ser.B (S1): 87-91.
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