Wenbin Lin

Wenbin Lin
Fujian University of Technology · Institute of Earth Sciences and Engineering

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Microbially induced carbonate precipitation (MICP) has been proposed as a sustainable approach to solve various environmental, structural, geotechnical and architectural issues. In the last decade, a ubiquitous microbial metabolism, nitrate reduction (also known as denitrification) got attention in MICP research due to its unique added benefits suc...
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Panzhousaurus rotundirostris Jiang, Lin, Rieppel, Motani and Sun, 2019, is restudied on the basis of a second specimen from the Upper Member of the Guanling Formation near Panzhou City, Guizhou Province, China. The second specimen offers hitherto unknown or unconfirmed information regarding the dermal palate, the ventral aspect of the cervical vert...
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The analysis and design of single piles subjected to lateral load are very important. The traditional expression for calculating rotational stiffness coefficient is too complex, and it needs large amount of computation. This paper proposes a new approach for getting rotational stiffness coefficient of pile hinged on top under moment load. It has be...
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Eosauropterygia is one of the most important sauropterygian groups in Mesozoic seas, and has a wide paleogeographic distribution all over the world. It was mainly reported from Europe and North America until the early 21st century, when abundant and complete skeletons were found from Triassic in southern China. Thus far, at least 16 valid Chinese t...
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Eosauropterygians rapidly diversified in the Anisian (Middle Triassic), a period by which the invertebrates had already completely recovered from the end-Permian mass extinction. The Pelsonian (Anisian) deposits of the small Panxian and Luoping intraplatform basins in southwestern China alone yielded seven or more eosauropterygian taxa. A new Middl...
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A new specimen of Lariosaurus xingyiensis is described and provides new information on the dermal palate of the skull and the postcranial skeleton. Based on a comprehensive comparison with the holotype specimen, an amended diagnosis of L. xingyiensis is given on the basis of the following features: a medium-sized species of Lariosaurus with jugal a...
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A new nearly complete specimen of Diandongosaurus acutidentatus is described from the Upper Member of Guanling Formation (Anisian, Middle Triassic) of Luoping, Yunnan Province. Based on the new information derived from this specimen, we revised the diagnosis of D.acutidentatus. Phylogentic analysis suggests that Diandongosaurus is an eosauropterygi...

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Triassic marine reptiles