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Qiang Ji

Born (Y-M-D): 1959-10-06

Place of Birth: Juzhen Street, Jiangsu, China

Ji Qiang is a Chinese paleontologist. His recent research interests include climate change during the Cretaceous, establishing the standard for the Devonian-Carboniferous Boundary in China, and comparing the biology of the marine and terrestrial strata in Late Mesozoic Tibet.

He graduated university from Nanjing University in Jiangsu, China. He has a number of current roles: Researcher of Geology at the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences in Beijing; Visiting Professor at Lanzhou University, Hebei University of Technology, Capital University, and Bohai University; Deputy Director of the Paleontological Fossil Committee at the Ministry of Land Resources; Executive Deputy Director of the Chinese Society of Paleontology; Chinese Vice Chairman and Secretary General of the Dinosaur Association; and Vice Chairman and Secretary General of the Asian Dinosaur Association.

Throughout his career, Qiang has published over 180 scientific papers discovering dinosaurs, birds, marsupials, fruits, and flowers.

Dinosaurs Discovered by Qiang Ji:

No dinosaurs have been discovered by Qiang