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Dr. Turbold Sukhbaatar (Ph.D.)

Director at Institute of Geology Mongolian Academy of Sciences

I am a (Ph.D.) student at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. The project is involving an interest in the internal architecture of the accretionary wedge and the collisional orogenic system in Mongolia is located hearth of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt (CAOB). Before I start my doctoral study at Charles University, I had been worked at the Institute of Geology Mongolian Academy of Sciences for nearly four years.

Skills and expertise

  • Isotope geochemistry (in U-Pb, Lu-Hf, Sm-Nd, and Rb-Sr systems)

  • Metamorphic Petrology

  • Structural Geology

First language

  • Mongolian

Speak languages

  • English

Profile on MPTI: Link

Orchid: Link

Google Scholar: Link


Ren, Q., Zhang, S., Sukhbaatar, T., Hou, M., Wu, H., Yang, T., et al. (2023). Timing the Hegenshan Suture in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt: New Paleomagnetic and Geochronological Constraints From Southeastern Mongolia. Geophysical Research Letters, 50(20), 1–11.

Zhao, P., Jia, Z., Xu, B., Xu, Y., Sukhbaatar, T., Appel, E., & Chen, Y. (2023). Late Triassic initial closure of the Mongol-Okhotsk Ocean in the western segment : Constraints from sedimentological , detrital zircon ages and paleomagnetic evidence. Gondwana Research, 125, 110–129.

Sukhbaatar, T., Lexa, O., Schulmann, K., Aguilar, C., Štípská, P., Wong, J., & Jiang, Y. (2022). Paleozoic Geodynamics and Architecture of the Southern Part of the Mongolian Altai Zone, 1–36.

Ren, Q., Zhang, S., Sukhbaatar, T., Zhao, H., Wu, H., Yang, T., et al. (2021). Did the Boreal Realm extend into the equatorial region? New paleomagnetic evidence from the Tuva–Mongol and Amuria blocks. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 576, 117246.

Zhao, P., Appel, E., Xu, B., & Sukhbaatar, T. (2020). First Paleomagnetic Result From the Early Permian Volcanic Rocks in Northeastern Mongolia: Evolutional Implication for the Paleo-Asian Ocean and the Mongol-Okhotsk Ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 125(2), 1–16.

Ren, Q., Zhang, S., Wu, Y., Yang, T., Gao, Y., Turbold, S., et al. (2018). New Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous Paleomagnetic Results From North China and Southern Mongolia and Their Implications for the Evolution of the Mongol-Okhotsk Suture. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 123(12), 10,370-10,398.

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Dr. Turbold Sukhbaatar (Ph.D.)
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