Marine Geophysik und Hydroakustik

Wei Li, M.Sc.

Doktorand

Otto-Hahn-Platz 1, R. 112
Telefon: +49 431 880-3912
li@geophysik.uni-kiel.de

Research Interests

  • Seafloor mapping and seismic imaging
  • Sequence stratigraphy analysis
  • Stability analysis of submarine slopes and continental margins
  • Interaction of downslope and alongslope deep-sea sedimentary processes

Resume

since 09/2013 PhD student at the University of Kiel, Germany; Supervisors: Prof. Sebastian Krastel, Prof. Christian Berndt and Dr. Tiago Alves.

10/2009 – 07/2013 M.Sc. Marine Geology and Geophysics, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IOCAS), China; Supervisors: Prof. Xiujuan Wang and Prof. Shiguo Wu.

10/2006 – 06/2010 B.Sc. Geo-exploration and Information Technology, Ocean University of China (OUC), Qingdao, China

Research Activity

15-20/05/2016 Research stay in Prof. Michele Rebesco’ s group in OGS, Italy.

01-04/11/2015 7th International Symposium on Submarine Mass Movements and Their Consequences in Wellington, New Zealand; First author in poster presentation: Morphology and sediment dynamics of upper headwall area of the Sahara Slide Complex, NW Africa.

20-24/07/2015 Research stay in 3D seismic laboratory (led by Dr. Tiago Alves) in Cardiff University, United Kingdom.

25/07-12/08/2014 Take part in Cruise Poseidon POS472: NORGEotech cruise to study slope stability off Norway.

23-25/09/2013 6th International Symposium on Submarine Mass Movements and Their Consequences in Kiel, Germany; First author in oral presentation: Baiyun Slide and its relation to fluid migration in the northern slope of Southern China Sea.

Publications

  • Wei Li, Tiago M. Alves, Morelia Urlaub, Aggeliki Georgiopoulou, Ingo Klaucke, Russell B. Wynn, Felix Gross, Mathias Meyer, Janne Repschläger, Christian Berndt, Sebastian Krastel: Morphology, age and sediment dynamics of the upper headwall of the Sahara Slide Complex, Northwest Africa: Evidence for a large late Holocene failure. (Under Review).
  • Wei Li,  Tiago M. Alves, Shiguo Wu, Michele Rebesco, Fang Zhao, Lijun Mi, Benjun Ma: A giant, submarine creep zone as a precursor for large-scale slope instability offshore the Dongsha Islands (South China Sea). Earth and Planetary Science Letters (Accepted).
  • Fang Zhao, Tiago M. Alves, Shiguo Wu, Wei Li, Mads Huuse, Lijun Mi, Qiliang Sun, Benjun Ma: Prolonged post-rift magmatism on highly extended crust of divergent continental margins (Baiyun Sag, South China Sea). Earth and Planetary Science Letters 07/2016; 445:79-91. DOI:10.1016/j.epsl.2016.04.001
  • Duanxin Chen, Xiujuan Wang, David Völker, Shiguo Wu, Lei Wang, Wei Li, Qingping Li, Zhenyu Zhu, Cuilin Li, Zhiliang Qin, Qiliang Sun: 2016. Three dimensional seismic studies of deep-water hazard-related features on the northern slope of South China Sea. Marine and Petroleum Geology 77, 1125-1139.
  • Zhiliang Qin, Shiguo Wu, Dawei Wang, Wei Li, Shaojun Gong, Lijun Mi, George Spence: Mass transport deposits and processes in the north slope of the Xisha Trough, northern South China Sea. Acta Oceanologica Sinica (English Edition) 09/2015; 34(9):117-125. DOI:10.1007/s13131-015-0608-9
  • Wei Li, Tiago M. Alves, Shiguo Wu, David Völker, Fang Zhao, Lijun Mi, Achim Kopf: Recurrent slope failure and submarine channel incision as key factors controlling reservoir potential in the South China Sea (Qiongdongnan Basin, South Hainan Island). Marine and Petroleum Geology 03/2015; 70. DOI:10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2015.02.043.
  • Fang Zhao, Tiago M. Alves, Wei Li, Shiguo Wu: Recurrent slope failure enhancing source rock burial depth and seal unit competence in the Pearl River Mouth Basin, offshore South China Sea. Tectonophysics 12/2014; 643. DOI:10.1016/j.tecto.2014.12.006
  • Wei Li, Shiguo Wu, David Völker, Fang Zhao, Lijun Mi, Achim Kopf: Morphology, seismic characterization and sediment dynamics of the Baiyun Slide Complex on the northern South China Sea margin. Journal of the Geological Society 10/2014; DOI:10.1144/jgs2014-034.
  • Fang Zhao, Shiguo Wu, Qiliang Sun, Mads Huuse, Wei Li, Zhijun Wang: Submarine volcanic mounds in the Pearl River Mouth Basin, northern South China Sea. Marine Geology 09/2014; 355. DOI:10.1016/j.margeo.2014.05.018
  • Wei Li, Shiguo Wu, Xiujuan Wang, Fang Zhao, Dawei Wang, Lijun Mi, Qingping Li: Baiyun Slide and Its Relation to Fluid Migration in the Northern Slope of Southern China Sea. Submarine Mass Movements and Their Consequences-6th International Symposium, Edited by Sebastian Krastel, Jan-Hinrich Behrmann, David Völker, Michael Stipp, Christian Berndt, Roger Urgeles, Jason Chaytor, Katrin Huhn, Michael Strasser, Carl Bonnevie Harbitz, 09/2013: chapter 10: pages 105-115