南京大学 地球科学与工程学院

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  • Wang, Tao


    Research Interests:

    Studying seismic structure of the Earth’s deep interior (Mantle Transition Zone and Inner Core); Extracting body waves by seismic interferometry; Applying AI techniques for geophysical researches


    Employment:

    Oct.2016  -                  Associate professor, School of Earth Sciences and Engineering, Nanjing University, China

    Sep.2013 - Oct.2016   Post-doc, School of Earth Sciences and Engineering, Nanjing University, China

      

    Education:

    Sep.2008-Jul. 2013     PhD., Geophysics, University of Minnesota, USA

    Sep.2005-Jul. 2008     MSc., Geophysics, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Sep.2000-Jul.2004      BSc., Geophysics, Department of Earth & Space Science, University of Science and Technology of China

      

    Course:

    1, Introduction to Seismology


    Publications (First author or corresponding author):

    1, Xu, Z., Wang, T.*, Xu, S.H., Wang, B.S., Feng, X.P., Shi, J. and Yang, M.H., 2019, Active source seismic identification and automatic picking of P-wave first arrival using convolutional neural network, Earthquake research in China, doi: 10.19743/j.cnki.0891-4176.201902014.

    2, Lai, Y.J., Chen, L.*, Wang, T.* and Zhan, Z.W., 2019, Mantle transition zone structure beneath Northeast Asia from 2D triplicated waveform modeling: Implication for a segmented stagnant slab, J.Geophs.Res.-Sol.Ea., doi: 10.1029/2018JB016642.   

    3, Feng, X.P., Wang, T.*2019, Influence of source factors on extracting empirical Green's functions by coda interferometry, Chinese J. Geophys. (in Chinese), doi: 10.6038/cjg2019M0518.  

    4, Wu, B.J., Xia, H., Wang, T.* and Shi, X.Q., 2018, Simulation of core phases from coda interferometry, J.Geophs. Res.-Sol.Ea., doi: 10.1029/2017JB015405.

    5, Wang, T. and Song, X.D., 2018, Support for equatorial anisotropy of Earth’s inner-inner core from seismic interferometry at low latitudes, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, doi: 10.1016/j.pepi.2017.03.004.

    6, Wang, T., Song, X.D. and Xia, H., 2015, Equatorial anisotropy in the inner part of Earth’s inner core from autocorrelation of earthquake coda, Nature Geoscience, doi:10.1038/ngeo2354.

    (Full paper;  Media reports: BBC News,  The star; Video link:BBC_Holme  ,  Toronto_Star

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    7, Wang, T., J. Revenaugh and X. D. Song, 2014, Two-dimensional/three-dimensional waveform modeling of subducting slab and transition zone beneath Northeast Asia, J. Geophys. Res.-Sol. Ea., 119(6), 4766-4786, doi:Doi 10.1002/2014jb011058.

    8, Wang, T. and Chen, L., 2009. Distinct velocity variations around the base of the upper mantle beneath northeast Asia, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 172(3-4): 241-256.

      

    Other publications:

    9, Xia, H.H., Song, X.D. and Wang, T., 2016, Extraction of triplicated PKP phases from noise correlations,Geophysical Journal International, 205: 499-508

    10, Xin, D.H., Song, X.D. and Wang, T., 2015, Localized temporal variation of Earth’s inner-core boundary from high-quality waveform doublets, Earthquake Science, 28(3): 175-185

    11, Chen, L., Wang, T., Zhao, L. and Zheng, T., 2008, Distinct Lateral Variation of Lithospheric thickness in the Northeastern North China Craton, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 267(1-2): 56~68          

    12, Chen, L., Zhu, R. X. and Wang, T., 2007, Progress in continental lithosphere studies, Earth Science Frontiers (in Chinese),14(2), 58-75.


                                                                                                                                        Last Updated @ 2019/7/17