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Denise, L K TANG 邓丽君

Adjunct Assistant Professor
 
Education:
  • Ph.D., Geology, School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington, 2016
  • M.Phil., Geology, Department of Earth Sciences, The University of Hong Kong, 2007
  • B.Sc., Earth Sciences, Department of Earth Sciences, The University of Hong Kong, 2007
 
Academic Employments:
  • 2016 - present, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Earth System Science Programme, Faculty of Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • 2016 - present, Honorary Assistant Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
  • 2008 - 2013, Lecturer (Part-time), Department of Earth Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
 
Research Fields and Current Research Interests:
  • Geological mapping in Hong Kong
  • Volcanic and plutonic geology
  • Landslides and geohazards
  • Regional tectonics and seismicity
 
Professional Activities:
Current
  • Committee member, Geological Society, London (Hong Kong Regional Branch)
 
Teaching:
Current
  • M.Sc. dissertation supervisor at Department of Earth Sciences, HKU
Past
M.Sc. course at Department of Earth Sciences, HKU
  • Advanced geology in Hong Kong
  • Geological mapping and history of Hong Kong geological studies
  • Complex geology in Hong Kong
 
Book:
  • Sewell, R.J., Tang, D.L.K. & Shaw, R. (2009). Hong Kong Geology – A 400 million year Journey. Geotechnical Engineering Office, Civil Engineering and Development Department.
 
Selected Recent Publications:
  1. Tang, D.L.K., Seward, D., Wilson, C.J.N., Sewell, R.J., Carter, A., Paul, B.T., (2014). Thermo-tectonic history of SE China since the late Mesozoic: insights from detailed thermochronological studies of Hong Kong. Journal of the Geological Society, London 171, 591-604.
  2. Sewell, R.J., Tang, D.L.K. & Campbell, S.D.G. (2012). Volcanic-plutonic connections in a tilted nested caldera complex in Hong Kong. Geochemistry, Geophysics and Geosystems,13, Q01006, doi:10.1029/2011GC003865.
  3. Sewell, R.J. & Tang, D.L.K. (2012). The Potential Evidence for Neotectonic Fault Movement and Correlation with Natural Terrain Landslides in Hong Kong. GR4/2012. Geotechnical Engineering Office.
  4. Shaw, R., Tang, D.L.K., Owen, R.B. & Sewell, R.J. (2010). The geological history of Hong Kong. Asian Geographer, 27:43-57.
  5. Sewell, R.J. & Tang, D.L.K. (2009). Expert Report on the Geology of the Proposed Geopark in Hong Kong, GR2/2009. Geotechnical Engineering Office.