Talent details

Name:Honghong Wei
Title & Affiliation:Ph.D, Associate Professor
Homepage in Chinese:http://sourcedb.itpcas.cas.cn/cn/expert/201709/t20170927_4865770.html
Address:Building 3, Campus 16, Lincui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 10010, P. R. China

Education and Appointments


Ph.D. in Geology, Department of Geology, Northwest University, 07/1999/ - 06/2002

M.Sc. in Geology, Department of Geology, Northwest University, 07/1996/ - 06/1999

College Degree in Petrology Geology, Chang’an University, 07/1988/ - 06/1991  


Associate Professor at Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 07/ 2010 to present

Post-doctor at College of Earth Sciences and Resources of China University of Geology (Beijing), 07/2007 to 07/2010

Engineer at Institute Petroleum Exploration and Development, PetroChina Co Ltd, 07/2002 to 07/2007

Assistant Engineer at Changqing Petroleum Company, Sinopec Group, 07/1991/-07/1996 

Research Interest

Sedimentology and Basin Analysis 

Selected Publications

1. Wei, H.-H., Wang, E., Wu, G.-L., Meng, K., 2016, No sedimentary records indicating southerly flow of the paleo-Upper Yangtze River from the First Bend in southeastern Tibet. Gondwana Research, 32: 93–104.
2. Meng, Qing-Ren, Wei, H.-H., Wu, G.-L., Duan, L., 2014, Early Mesozoic tectonic settings of the northern North China craton. Tectonophysics, 611: 155–166.
3. Wei, H.-H., Meng, Q.R., Ding, L., and Li, Z., 2013, Tertiary evolution of the western Tarim basin, Northwest China: a tectono-sedimentary response to northward indentation of the Pamir salient, Tectonics, 32: 558–575.
4. Wei, H.-H., Meng, Q.-R, Wu, G., and Li, L., 2012, Multiple controls on rift basin sedimentation in volcanic setting: insights from the anatomy of a small Early Cretaceous basin in the Yanshan belt, northern North China. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 124 (3–4): 380–399.
5. Wei, H.-H., Liu, J., and Meng, Q.-R., 2010, Structural and Sedimentary Evolution of the Southern Songliao Basin, Northeast China and Implications for Hydrocarbon Prospectivity. AAPG Bulletin, 94 (4): 533–566.
6. Meng, Q.-R., Wei, H.-H., Wu, G.-L., and Li, L., 2011, Stratigraphic and sedimentary records of the rift to drift evolution of the northern North China craton at the Paleo- to Mesoproterozoic transition. Gondwana Research, 20: 201–218.