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客座及名誉教授   
  李星学 D.L.Dilcher
F.Jinkens V.Mosbrugger
米家榕 赵祥麟
董枝明 王成源
刘嘉麒 朱茂炎
郑少林 金  巍
周浙昆  
M.Akhmetiev A.R.Ashraf
T.Martin H.Okada
A.C.Scott S.Wing
H.Nishida K.Johnson

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朱茂炎 吉林大学兼职教授,博士生导师,中国科学院南京地质古生物研究所现代古生物学和地层学国家重点实验室研究员。1998年入选中国科学院“百人计划”,1999年第一批入选江苏省“333跨世纪人才培养工程”。吉林大学和贵州大学兼职教授、国际寒武纪地层分会选举委员、国际埃迪卡拉纪地层分会选举委员,全球下寒武统再划分国际工作组主席,《Palaeontologia Electronica》、《自然科学进展》、《古地理学报》、《世界地质》编委。
  1985年毕业于长春地质学院地质学专业,1988年在该学院获硕士学位后,在沈阳黄金学院任教一年,1989年考入中国科学院南京地质古生物所攻读博士学位,1992年获博士学位后留所工作。1997-1999年任德国柏林工业大学应用地球科学二系客座研究员。先后多次应邀赴德国、法国、美国和加拿大等大学和研究机构开展合作访问研究。

E-mail: myzhu@nigpas.ac.cn

最新论文

1. Vannier, J., J.-B. Caron, J.-L. Yuan, D. E. G. Briggs, D. Collins, Y.-L. Zhao, and M.-Y. Zhu, in press. Tuzoia: morphology and lifestyle of a large bivalved arthropod of the Cambrian seas. Journal of Paleontology,

2. Zhu, Maoyan, Babcock, L., Steiner, M., 2005. Fossilization modes in the Chengjiang Lagerst?tte (Cambrian of China): testing the role of organic preservation and diagenetic alteration in exceptional preservation. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,220:31-46.

3. Condon, Daniel, Maoyan Zhu, Samuel Bowring, Wei Wang, Aihua Yang, Yugan Jin, 2005. U-Pb Ages from the Neoproterozoic Doushantuo Formation, China. Science, 308:95-98.

4. Steiner M., Maoyan Zhu, Yuanlong Zhao and B.-D. Erdtmann, 2005. Lower Cambrian Burgess Shale-type fossil associations of South China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,220:129-152.

5. Van Iten, H., Z. Vyhlasova, M.-Y. Zhu, and Y. Qian, 2005. Widespread occurrence of microscopic pores in conulariids. Journal of Paleontology, 79(2):193-200.

6. Wu, Wen, Ai-hua Yang, Dorte Janussen, Michael Steiner & Mao-yan Zhu, 2005. Hexactinellid sponges from the Early Cambrian black shale of South Anhui, China. Journal of Paleontology, 79(6): 1043-1051.

7. Zhao Yuanlong, Zhu Maoyan, Loren E. Babcock, Yuan Jinliang, Ronald L. Parsley, Peng Jin, Yang Xinglian and Wang Yue, 2005. Kaili Biota: A Taphonomic Window on Diversification of Metazoans from the Basal Middle Cambrian, Guizhou, China. Acta Geologica Sinica, 79:751-765.

8. Zhu Maoyan and Zhang Junming, 2005. Ediacaran-Cambrian boundary sections and Early Cambrian Chengjiang nonmineralized fossils in eastern Yunnan Province, southwestern China: Introduction. Pp.1-12. In Peng Shanchi, Loren E. Babcock, and Zhu Maoyan (eds.), Cambrian System of China and Korea. Guide to Field Excursions. University of Science and Technology of China Press. Hefei: 1-300.

9. Zhu Maoyan, Li Guoxiang, Hu Shixue and Zhao Fangchen, 2005. Ediacaran-Cambrian boundary stratigraphy at Meishucun, Jinning County, and fossil quarries of the Early Cambrian Chengjiang Biota near Haikou, Kunming city, Yunnan, China. Pp. 13-29. In Peng Shanchi, Loren E. Babcock, and Zhu Maoyan (eds.), Cambrian System of China and Korea. Guide to Field Excursions. University of Science and Technology of China Press. Hefei: 1-300.

10. Zhu Maoyan, Zhang Junming and Li Guoxiang, 2005. The Chengjiang Biota: an Early Cambrian nonmineralized fossil biota in Chengjiang County, Yunnan Province, China. Pp. 30-36. In Peng Shanchi, Loren E. Babcock, and Zhu Maoyan (eds.), Cambrian System of China and Korea. Guide to Field Excursions. University of Science and Technology of China Press. Hefei: 1-300.

11. Zhu Maoyan, Li Guoxiang, Zhang Junming and yang Aihua, 2005. Ediacaran-Cambrian boundary section at Zhujiaqing, near Dahai, Huize County, Yunnan, China: potential stratotype section for subdivision of the first series of the Cambrian. Pp. 37-44. In Peng Shanchi, Loren E. Babcock, and Zhu Maoyan (eds.), Cambrian System of China and Korea. Guide to Field Excursions. University of Science and Technology of China Press. Hefei: 1-300.

12. Zhu Maoyan, Zhang Junming, Zhao Yuanlong, Yang Aihua and Tai Tongshu, 2005. Cryogenian, Ediacaran, and Cambrian stratigraphy in deep-water facies of the Yangtze Platform at Wuhe, Taijiang County, Guizhou Province, China. Pp. 45-54. In Peng Shanchi, Loren E. Babcock, and Zhu Maoyan (eds.), Cambrian System of China and Korea. Guide to Field Excursions. University of Science and Technology of China Press. Hefei: 1-300.

13. Zhu Maoyan, Zhang Junming, Guo Qingjun and Yang Xinglian, 2005. Toushantuo Formation and the Weng’an Biota (Ediacaran), Weng’an County, Guizhou Province, China. Pp. 84-94. In Peng Shanchi, Loren E. Babcock, and Zhu Maoyan (eds.), Cambrian System of China and Korea. Guide to Field Excursions. University of Science and Technology of China Press. Hefei: 1-300.

14. Zhao Yuanlong, Yuan Jinliang, Zhu Maoyan, L. E. Babcock, Peng Jin, Wang Yue, Yang Xinglian, Guo Qingjun, Yang Ruidong and Tai Tongshu, 2005. Balang section, Guizhou, China: stratotype section for the Taijiang Stage and candidate for GSSP of an unnamed Cambrian series. Pp. 62-83. In Peng Shanchi, Loren E. Babcock, and Zhu Maoyan (eds.), Cambrian System of China and Korea. Guide to Field Excursions. University of Science and Technology of China Press. Hefei: 1-300.

15. 杨兴莲、赵元龙、朱茂炎,2005. 贵州下寒武统牛蹄塘生物群海绵新材料。古生物学报, 44:454-463。

16. 杨兴莲、朱茂炎、赵元龙、王约,2005. 贵州寒武纪海绵动物化石组合特征。微体古生物学报,22(3):295-303。

17. 杨爱华、朱茂炎、张俊明,2005. 扬子地台早寒武世古盘虫类的时空分布及其古地理环境控制。古地理学报,7:219-232.

18. Zhu M.-Y., Vannier J., Van Iten H., Zhao Y.-L., 2004. Direct evidence for predation on trilobites in the Cambrian. Proceedings of Royal Society, London B (Suppl.) 271: S277-S280.

19. Zhu, M.-Y., Zhang J.-M., Li G.-X. and Yang A.-H., 2004. Evolution of C isotopes in the Cambrian of China: implications for Cambrian subdivision and trilobite mass extinctions. Geobios, 37:287-310.

20. Li Guoxiang, Zhu Maoyan, Michael Steiner & Qian Yi, 2004. Skeletal faunas from the Qiongzhusian of southern Shaanxi: implications for biodiversity and lithofacies-biofacies links in the Lower Cambrian carbonate settings. Progress in Natural Science, 14(1): 91-96.

 
 
 
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