Ding Zhongli

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Professor Ding Zhongli (Traditional Chinese: 丁仲禮, Simplified Chinese: 丁仲礼, Pinyin: Dīng Zhònglǐ born: January 1957[1]), is a renowned geologist in China and current vice-president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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Ding was born in Shengzhou, Zhejiang Province on Jan 14, 1957. 1982, he received his B.Sc of geochemistry from Zhejiang University. 1988, obtained PhD from the Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Science.

Ding's research mainly focuses on the Neogene eolian sediments and ancient climate. He is the current Director-general of the Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Science.[2] He's also the vice-president of the Chinese Society for Mineralogy, Petrology and Geochemistry.[3]

Dec 2005, Ding was elected to be an academician of the Chinese Academy of Science. Jan 2008, he was pointed to be the vice-president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.[4]

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