Latest

NEWS All News

The Serie Lectures Beidi Lecture Hall started with the First Lecture given by Academician Sun Youhong, President of CUGBApr 22, 2023

On April 22nd the lecture entitled Cherish the Earth, Harmonious Coexistence between Human and Nature was held in China University of Geosciences Beijing as the starting lecture for the series lectures Beidi Lecture Hall on the occasion of the forthcoming 54th Earth Day.

Read More

RESEARCH

Geosciences Research

Scientific research is the foundation and source of the vitality of research universities, and the ability of scientific and technological innovation is the concentrated embodiment of the core competitiveness of universities.
Taking inheritance and innovation as its own responsibility, CUGB adapts to the national scientific research management system and operation mechanism, faces the frontier of Geosciences and national strategic needs, and based on the needs of "double first-class" discipline construction and school development, promotes the collaborative innovation of industry university research, promotes the collaborative development of basic research and applied research, continuously enhances the innovation consciousness of teachers and students, and actively seeks new growth points of scientific research development.

All RESEARCH NEWS
Feb 26, 2024
|
School of Earth Sciences And Resources
|
Views: 21

Hanyu Wang:Structure and elasticity of CaC2O5 suggests carbonate contribution to the seismic anomalies of Earth’s mantle【NC】

Feb 26, 2024
|
Institute of Earth Sciences
|
Views: 18

Wei Xiu:Ammonium-Enhanced Arsenic Mobilization from Aquifer Sediments【EST】

Feb 19, 2024
|
Institute of Earth Sciences
|
Views: 107

Baozeng Xie:Marine Aluminum Phosphate–Sulfate Authigenesis as a Phosphorus Sink During Mid-Proterozoic Oxygenation【GRL】

Feb 19, 2024
|
School of Earth Sciences And Resources
|
Views: 18

Wan-Li Tang:Cretaceous magmatism in the northern Lhasa Terrane: Implications for the tectonic evolution and crustal growth tempos of central Tibet【GSAB】

Knowledge of carbonate compounds under high pressure inside Earth is key to understanding the internal structure of the Earth, the deep carbon cycle and major geological events.

Read More

Ammonium-related pathways are important for groundwater arsenic (As) enrichment, especially via microbial Fe(III) reduction coupled with anaerobic ammonium oxidation

Read More

Enhanced continental phosphorus input into the ocean has been suggested as a potential trigger for the transient oxygenation events during the mid-Proterozoic; however, the response of phosphorus cycling to these marine oxygenations remains unclear.

Read More

The subduction and demise of an ocean plate are generally recognized as essential processes that result in the reworking and maturation of the continental crust.

Read More