SONG Haijun

Supervisor of Doctorate Candidates   Supervisor of Master's Candidates

Honors and Titles : 2015: Chang Jiang Scholars, Ministry of Education, People's Republic of China
2013: National Award for Youth in Paleontology, Palaeontological Society of China, outstanding young scientist.

Gender : Male

Alma Mater : China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)

Education Level : Faculty of Higher Institutions

Degree : Doctoral Degree

School/Department : School of Earth Sciences

Business Address : Main Building 512B

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Paper Publications

Chen, Z.Q., Tong Jinnan, Zhang Kexin, Yang Hao, Liao Zuoting, Song Haijun, and Chen Jing, 2009. Environmental and biotic turnover across the Permian-Triassic boundary on a shallow carbonate platform in western Zhejiang, South China. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 56 (6): 775-797.

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Pre One : Wang Qinxian, Tong Jinnan, Song Haijun, and Yang Hao, 2009. Ecological evolution across the Permian/Triassic boundary at the Kangjiaping Section in Cili County, Hunan Province, China. Science in China Series D: Earth Sciences, 52 (6): 797-806.

Next One : Song Haijun*, Tong Jinnan, and Chen, Z.Q., 2009. Two episodes of foraminiferal extinction near the Permian-Triassic boundary at the Meishan section, South China. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 56: 765-773.

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Personal Profile

Dr. Haijun Song is currently a professor of Geobiology in China University of Geosciences. He obtained bachelor and Ph.D in Paleontology from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan). He was a Marie Curie Fellow in the University of Leeds. His main research interests include mass extinction events, palaeo-diversity and palaeo-environment changes, Geobiology Database, and AI applications in Geobiology. He have served as the chief scientist of several national projects and has published more than 70 peer-reviewed scientific papers. He have been actively involved in the International Geological Correlation Programme (IGCP 572, 630).