Name: Zhengsheng Wang(Jason)
Advisor: Timothy kusky
2012.9-2017.6 School of Earth Sciences, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan 430074, China, PhD
2008.9-2012.6 Institute of Geophysics & Geomatics, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan 430074, China, Bachelor
Research interest: Numerical modeling, Tectonics
Wang, Z., Kusky, T., Capitanio, F., 2016. Lithosphere thinning induced by slab penetration into a hydrous mantle transition zone. Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 43, DOI: 10.1002 / 2016GL071186. (T1)
Wang, Z., Kusky, T., Fu, J., Yuan, Y., Zhu, P., 2016. Review of lithospheric destruction in the North China, North Atlantic, and Tanzanian Cratons. Journal of Geology, 126: 699-721. (T2)
Wang, Z., Kusky, T., Wang, X., Li, H. and Lin, J., 2014. A Directional Erosion Algorithm Based on Feature Points of Topographic Depressions: Application to Drainage Network Extraction from DEM’s. Geodynamics Research International Bulletin, 1(003): 12-25.
王振胜, 王贤敏, 2013. 基于 IDL 的三维地质矿产建模. 测绘科学, 38(001): 26-28. (T5)
Wang, Z., Kusky, T., Capitanio, F., 2017. Leaving your roots behind: Ancient continental lithosphere dislocated beneath ocean basins along the mid-lithosphere discontinuity. Geology, under review. (T1)
Wang, Z., Kusky, T., Capitanio, F., 2017. Hydration of the Mantle Transition Zone during deep subduction: implications for craton destruction. Tectonophysics, under review. (T2)
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Wang, Z., Kusky, T., Capitanio, F., 2017. Where does cratonic lithosphere delamination take place?