Fu Junhui, male, born in August 1952 in Xi’anYangling District, a member of Communist Party, graduated from Northwest University, Department of Geology in 1977. He taught in the Department of Geology in Northwest University from 1977 to 1982. He was doing a Master’s degree in the Department of Geology, Northwest University from1982 to 1985. He successfully completed the course and been awarded the Master’s degree in 1985. He started his career in lecturing and researching in his field in Department of Geology, Northwest University. He has been awarded “Professor” title in 1999 after outstanding teaching and research achievement.
His achievements include a total of 51 published articles, published his own book, hosted and participated in sixteen various projects and gained twenty one various awards, including one First Prize and one Second Prize awards at national level, three First Prize awards at provincial level. The subjects lectured for undergraduate courses include: paleontology, micropaleontology, paleontology and stratigraphy. The subjects lectured for post-graduate courses include precambrian categories paleontology and stratigraphy of dating, Mesozoic categories paleontology and stratigraphy of dating , contemporary stratigraphy. Introduction to palynology, Mesozoic charophytes, Mesozoic ostracods and Mesozoic pollen. His key acheivements are:
1. series of studies to find out the Huainan biota assemblage; that the biota is to contain the biota of the metazoan body fossils before the last Ice Age of global the late Precambrian , the metazoan entities ahead of the fossil record about 200 million years, and modified in the past that only after the late Precambrian global glaciations have the traditional view of metazoanbody fossils; mathematical equations reference to the quantitative study of the fossils, the study of fossils from the qualitative to quantitative study of accuracy.
2. The program of classification and correlation of northwest continental Jurassic stratigraphy, seven stratigraphic correlation of sign-based rock, color, seam, pollen, ostracods, bivalves and plant fossils.