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Lu Houyuan
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  100029
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  010-62010846
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  houyuanlu@mail.iggcas.ac.cn
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  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

Education and Appointments:
Dr. Houyuan LU, born in September 9, 1960, is the professor of Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Professional Service: Panel member of Palynology, Palynology Association of China Panel member of The China Society on Tibet Plateau Panel member of The Quaternary Research Association of China

Education:
B. S., University of Tongji University, Shanghai, 1978-1982
M. S., University of Tongji University, Shanghai, 1984-1987
Ph. D., Inastitute of Geology, CAS, Beijing, 1995-1998

Research Interests:
Public Services:

Honors:
The Quaternary Young Scientist Award, The Quaternary Research Association of China, 1999
Award for outstanding young scientist, State Oceanic Administration, 1994
Science and Technology Prize for excellent young scientist, Shandong Province, 1994
Scientific Prize for excellent young scientist, National Administrations of China, 1993
Science and Technology Prize for excellent young scientist, Qingdao City, 1993
Science and Technology Award for young scientist, State Oceanic Administration, 1993

Supported Projects:

Selected Publication:

2016 

  1. Yong Ge, Houyuan Lu*, Jianping Zhang, Can Wang, Keyang He, Xiujia Huan. Phytolith analysis for the identification of barnyard millet (Echinochloa sp.) and its implications. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 2016 doi:10.1007/s12520-016-0341-0 
  2. Zuo Xinxin, Lu Houyuan*, Li Zhen, Song Bing, Xu Deke, Zou Yafei, Wang Can, Huan Xiujia, He Keyang. Phytolith and diatom evidence for rice exploitation and environmental changes during the early mid-Holocene in the Yangtze Delta. Quaternary Research 201686, 304-315 
  3. Zuo Xinxin, Lu Houyuan*, Zhang Jianping, Wang Can, Sun Guoping, Zheng Yunfei. Radiocarbon dating of prehistoric phytoliths: a preliminary study of archaeological sites in China. Scientific reports, 2016, 6: 26769 
  4. Lu Houyuan, Zhang Jianping, Yang Yimin, Yang Xiaoyan, Xu Baiqing, Yang Wuzhan, Tong Tao, Jin Shubo, Shen Caiming, Rao Huiyun, Li Xingguo, Lu Hongliang, Fuller Dorian Q., Wang Luo, Wang Can, Xu Deke, Wu Naiqin. Earliest tea as evidence for one branch of the Silk Road across the Tibetan Plateau. Scientific reports, 2016, 6, 18955. 
  5. Wang Can, Lu Houyuan*, Zhang Jianping, He Keyang, Huan Xiujia. Macro-Process of Past Plant Subsistence from the Upper Paleolithic to Middle Neolithic in China: A Quantitative Analysis of Multi-Archaeobotanical Data. PLoS ONE, 2016, 11(2): e0148136 
  6. Ball Terry, Chandler-Ezell Karol, Dickau Ruth, Duncan Neil, Hart Thomas C., Iriarte Jose, Lentfer Carol, Logan Amanda, Lu Houyuan, Madella Marco, Pearsall Deborah M., Piperno Dolores R., Rosen Arlene M., Vrydaghs Luc, Weisskopf Alison, Zhang Jianping. Phytoliths as a tool for investigations of agricultural origins and dispersals around the world, Journal of Archaeological Science, 2016, 68, 32-45. 
  7. Ma Yongchao, Xiaoyan Yang, Xiujia Huan, Weiwei Wang, Zhikun Ma, Zhao Li, Guoping Sun, Leping Jiang, Yijie Zhuang, and Houyuan Lu. Rice bulliform phytoliths reveal the process of rice domestication in the Neolithic Lower Yangtze River region, Quaternary International, 2016, 426, 126-132. 
  8. Quan Li, Houyuan Lu, Caiming Shen, Yan Zhao, Quansheng Ge. Vegetation successions in response to Holocene climate changes in the central Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Arid Environments, 2016, 125:136-144 
  9. Zhang Jianping, Lu Houyuan, Sun Guoping, Flad Rowan, Wu Naiqin, Huan Xiujia, He Keyang, Wang Yonglei. Phytoliths reveal the earliest fine reedy textile in China at the Tianluoshan site, Scientific Reports, 2016, 6, 18664 
  10. Jianyong Li, Liisa Ilvonen, Qinghai Xu, Jian Ni, Liya Jin, Lasse Holmström, Zhuo Zheng, Houyuan Lu, Yunli Luo, Yuecong Li, Chunhai Li, Xiaojian Zhang, Heikki Seppä. East Asian summer monsoon precipitation variations in China over the last 9500years: A comparison of pollen-based reconstructions and model simulations. The Holocene, 2016, 26(4): 592 - 602 

2015 

  1. Xiujia Huan, Houyuan Lu*, Can Wang, Xiangan Tang, Xinxin Zuo, Yong Ge, Keyang He. Bulliform phytolith research in wild and domesticated rice paddy soil in south China. PLoS ONE, 2015, 10(10), e014125. 
  2. Yang Xiaoyan, Fuller Dorian Q., Huan Xiujia, Perry Linda, Li Quan, Li Zhao, Zhang Jianping, Ma Zhikun, Zhuang Yijie, Jiang Leping, Ge Yong, Lu Houyuan*. Barnyard grasses were processed with rice around 10000 years ago, Scientific Reports, 2015, 5, 16251. 
  3. An Xiaohong, Lu Houyuan* and Chu Guoqiang. Surface soil phytoliths as vegetation and altitude indicators: a study from the southern Himalaya. Scientific Reports 2015, 5: 15523. 
  4. Fahu Chen, Qinghai Xu, Jianhui Chen, H. John B. Birks, Jianbao Liu, Shengrui Zhang, Liya Jin, Chengbang An, Richard J. Telford, Xianyong Cao, Zongli Wang, Xiaojian Zhang, Kandasamy Selvaraj, Houyuan Lu, Yuecong Li, Zhuo Zheng, Haipeng Wang, Aifeng Zhou, Guanghui Dong, Jiawu Zhang, Xiaozhong Huang, Jan Bloemendal, Zhiguo Rao. East Asian summer monsoon precipitation variability since the last deglaciation. Scientific Reports, 2015, 5: 11186 
  5. Jianyong Li, Qinghai Xu, Zhuo Zheng, Houyuan Lu, Yunli Luo, Yuecong Li, Chunhai Lii, Heikki Seppä. Assessing the importance of climate variables for the spatial distribution of modern pollen data in China. Quaternary Research, 2016, 83(2):287-297 

2014 

  1. Lu Houyuan*, Yang Yimin, Li YuMei, Zhang JianPing, Yang, XiaoYan, Ye, MaoLin, Li Quan, Wang Can, Wu NaiQing. Component and simulation of the 4,000-year-old noodles excavated from the archaeological site of Lajia in Qinghai, China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2014, 59 (35), 5136–5152 
  2. Wang Can, Lu Houyuan*, Zhang Jianping, Gu Zhaoyan, He Keyang, 2014. Prehistoric demographic fluctuations in China inferred from radiocarbon data and their linkage with climate change over the past 50,000 years. Quaternary Science Reviews 98, 45-59 
  3. Xu DeKe, Lu Houyuan, Chu Guoqiang, Wu Naiqing, Shen Caiming, Wang Can, Mao Limi. 500-year climate cycles stacking of recent centennial warming documented in an East Asian pollen record. Scientific Reports, 2014, 4, 3611 
  4. Zhang Jianping, Lu Houyuan, Huang Linpei. Calciphytoliths (calcium oxalate crystals) analysis for the identification of decayed tea plants (Camellia sinensis L.). Scientific Reports, 2014, 4, 6703 
  5. Zuo Xinxin, Lu Houyuan*, Gu Zhaoyan. Distribution of soil phytolith occluded carbon in Chinese Loess Plateau and its implications for carbon-silica cycles. Plant and Soil, 2014: 374(1-2): 223-232. 
  6. Jianyong Li, Yan Zhao, Qinghai Xu, Zhuo Zheng, Houyuan Lu, Yunli Luo, Yuecong Li, Chunhai Li, Heikki Seppä. Human influence as a potential source of bias in pollen-based quantitative climate reconstructions. Quaternary Science Reviews, 2014, 99:112-121 
  7. Zhuo Zheng, Jinhui Wei, Kangyou Huang, Qinghai Xu, Houyuan Lu, Pavel Tarasov, Chuanxiu Luo, Celia Beaudouin, Yun Deng, Anding Pan, Yanwei Zheng, Yunli Luo, Takeshi Nakagawa, Chunhai Li, Shixiong Yang, Huanhuan Peng, Rachid Cheddadi. East Asian pollen database: modern pollen distribution and its quantitative relationship with vegetation and climate. Journal of Biogeography, 2014,41(10):1819-1832 
  8. Cong Long, YunJiang Min, XiuXia Zhao, ChunLei Yany, Hang Sun, HouYuan Lu, LingYu Tang, ZhongZe Zhou. Origin area and migration route: Chloroplast DNA diversity in the arctic-alpine plant Koenigia islandica. Science China Earth Sciences, 2014, 57(8):1760-1770 

2013 

  1. Deke Xu, Houyuan Lu*, Naiqin Wu, Zhenxia Liu, Tiegang Li, Caiming Shen, and Luo Wang.   (2013).Asynchronous marine-terrestrial signals of the last deglacial warming in East Asia associated with low- and high-latitude climate changes. PNAS, 110, 24: 9657–9662.  

  2. XinXin Zuo, HouYuan Lu*, ZhaoYan Gu.(2013). Distribution of soil phytolith-occluded carbon in the Chinese Loess Plateau and its implications for silica–carbon cycles. Plant Soil. 2013. DOI 10.1007/s11104-013-1850-6. 

  3. Jianping Zhang, Houyuan Lu, Naiqin Wu, Xiaoguang Qin, and Luo Wang.(2013).Palaeoenvironment and agriculture of ancient Loulan and Milan on the Silk Road. The Holocene, 23: 208217. 

  4. Li F, Wu N, Lu H, Zhang J, Wang W, et al. (2013) Mid-Neolithic Exploitation of Mollusks in the Guanzhong Basin of Northwestern China: Preliminary Results. PLoS ONE , 8(3): e58999. doi:10.1371.   

2012  

  1. Wang, S., Lu, H., Han, J.,Chu, G., Liu, J., Negendank, J., (2012), Palaeovegetation and palaeoclimate in low-latitude southern China during the Last Glacial Maximum. Quaternary International, 248: 79–85. 

  2. Zhang J, Lu H, Gu W, Wu N, Zhou K, et al. (2012) Early Mixed Farming of Millet and Rice 7800 Years Ago in the Middle Yellow River Region, China. PLoS ONE 7(12): e52146. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0052146.  

  3. Luo Wang, Jingjing Li, Houyuan Lu, Zhaoyan Gu, Patrick Rioual, Qingzhen Hao, Anson W. Mackay, Wenying Jiang, Binggui Cai, Bing Xu, Jingtai Han, Guoqiang Chu.(2012). The East Asian winter monsoon over the last 15,000 years: its links to high-latitudes and tropical climate systems and complex correlation to the summer monsoon. Quaternary Science Reviews, 32, 16 : 131142  

  4. Luo P, Peng P A, Lü H Y, Zhuo Z, Wang X.(2012). Latitudinal variations of CPI values of long-chain n-alkanes in surface soils: Evidence for CPI as a proxy of aridity. Sci China Earth Sci, 55,7: 11341146.   

  5. Guoqiao Xiao, Zhengtang Guo, Guillaume Dupont-Nivet, Houyuan Lu, Naiqin Wu, Junyi Ge,Qingzhen Hao, Shuzhen Peng, Fengjiang Li, Hemmo A. Abels, Kexin Zhang .(2012). Evidence for northeastern Tibetan Plateau uplift between 25 and 20 Ma in the sedimentary archive of the Xining Basin, Northwestern China. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 317-318:185–195.  

  6. Xiaoyan Yang, Jianping Zhang, Linda Perry, Zhikun Ma, Zhiwei Wan, Mingqi Li, Xianmin Diao, Houyuan Lu (2012). From the modern to the archaeological: starch grains from millets and their wild relatives in China. Journal of Archaeological Science, 39:247–254. 

  7. Xiaoyan Yang, Zhiwei Wan, Linda Perry, Houyuan Lu, Qiang Wang, Chaohong Zhao, Jun Li, Fei Xie, Jincheng Yu, Tianxing Cui, Tao Wang, Mingqi Li, and Quansheng Ge.(2012).Early millet use in northern China. PNAS .109 (10) 3726–3730 . 

  8. Luo Wang, Patrick Rioual, Virginia N. Panizzo, Houyuan Lu, Zhaoyan Gu, Guoqiang Chu, Deguang Yang, Jingtai Han, Jiaqi Liu, Anson W. Mackay.(2012). A 1000-yr record of environmental change in NE China indicated by diatom assemblages from maar lake Erlongwan. Quaternary Research, 78 , 2434.  

2011 

  1. Houyuan Lu, Naiqin Wu, Kam-biu Liu, Liping Zhu, Xiangdong Yang, Tandong Yao, Luo Wang, Quan Li, Xingqi Liu, Caiming Shen, Xiaoqiang Li, Guobang Tong, Hui Jiang. (2011). Modern pollen distributions in Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau and the development of transfer functions for reconstructing Holocene environmental changes. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30(7-8):947–966. 

  2. Zuo X X, Lü H Y. (2011)  Carbon sequestration within millet phytoliths from dry-farming of crops in China. Chinese Sci Bull, 56: 3451?3456, doi:10.1007/s11434-011-4674-x.  

  3. Li, Q., Lu, H.Y., Zhu, L.P., Wu, N.Q., Wang, J.B., Lu, X.M. (2011). Pollen-inferred climate changes and vertical shifts of alpine vegetation belts on the northern slope of the Nyainqentanglha Mountains (central Tibetan Plateau) since 8.4 kyr BP. The Holocene, 21, 939–950.  

  4. Zhang J, Lu H, Wu N, Yang X, Diao X, (2011)  Phytolith Analysis for Differentiating between Foxtail Millet (Setaria italica) and Green Foxtail (Setaria viridis). PLoS ONE, 6(5): e19726. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0019726.  

  5. Xiaoguang Qin, Jiaqi Liu, Hongjuan Jia, Houyuan Lu, Xuncheng Xia, Liping Zhou, Guijin Mu, Qinghai Xu and Yinxin Jiao.(2011). New evidence of agricultural activity and environmental change associated with the ancient Loulan kingdom, China, around 1500 years ago. The Holocene, 22(1) 53–61.  
  6. Sun, Q., G. Chu, M. Liu, M. Xie, S. Li, Y. Ling, X. Wang, L. Shi, G. Jia, and H. Lu (2011), Distributions and temperature dependence of branched glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers in recent lacustrine sediments from China and Nepal. J. Geophys. Res., 116, G01008, doi:10.1029/2010JG001365. 

2010 

  1. Lu HouYuan, XIA XunCheng, LIU JiaQi, QIN XiaoGuang, WANG FuBao, Abuduresule, ZHOU LiPing, MU GuiJin, JIAO YingXin6 & LI JingZhi. (2010). A preliminary study of chronology for a newly-discovered ancient city and five archaeological sites in Lop Nor, China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 55: 63–71, doi: 10.1007/s11434-009-0586-4. 

  2. Lu Houyuan. (2010).Role of new Archaeobotanical methods in dating the origin of dry farming in East Asia: phytolith analysis for earliest domestication of millets. BCAS (Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences), 24 (3): 185–187.

  3. Zhang, J., Lu, H., Wu, N., Li, F., Yang, X., Wang, W., Ma, M. & Zhang, X.(2010) Phytolith evidence for rice cultivation and spread in Mid-Late Neolithic archaeological sites in central North China. Boreas, 10.1111/j.1502-3885.2010.00145.x. ISSN 300-9483.

  4. Deke Xu, Houyuan Lu, Naiqin Wu, Zhenxia Liu(2010). 30 000-Year vegetation and climate change around the East China Sea shelf inferred from a high-resolution pollen record. Quaternary International, 227:53–60.

  5. Lu H, Zhang J, Wu N, Liu K-b, Xu D, Li Q. (2009) Phytoliths Analysis for the Discrimination of Foxtail Millet (Setaria italica) and Common Millet(Panicum miliaceum). PLoS ONE, 4(2): e4448. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0004448.  PDF
  6. Houyuan Lu, Jianping Zhang, Kam-biu Liu, Naiqin Wu, Yumei Li, Kunshu Zhou, Maolin Ye, Tianyu Zhang, Haijiang Zhang, Xiaoyan Yang, Licheng Shen, Deke Xu , Quan Li(2009)Earliest domestication of common millet (Panicum miliaceum) in East Asia extended to 10,000 years ago.   PNAS  (2009)106(18)7367-7372 PDF
  7. Lu, H.Y., Wu, N.Q., Yang, X. D., Shen, C.M., Zhu, L.P., Wang, L., Li, Q., Xu, D.K., Tong, G..B. & Sun, X. J. (2008) Spatial pattern of Abies and Picea pollen distribution along the elevation gradient in the Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau and Xinjiang, China. Boreas, Vol. 37, pp. 254–262. 10.1111/j.1502-3885.2007.00019.x.  PDF
  8. Wang, L., H. Lu, J. Liu, Z. Gu, J. Mingram, G. Chu, J. Li, P. Rioual, J. F. W. Negendank, J. Han, and T. Liu. (2008), Diatom-based inference of variations in the strength of Asian winter monsoon winds between 17500 and 6000 calendar years B.P., J. Geophys. Res., 113: D21101, doi:10.1029/2008JD010145. PDF
  9. Kam-biu Liu, Houyuan Lu, Caiming Shen. (2008) A 1200-year proxy record of hurricanes and fires from the Gulf of Mexico coast: Testing the hypothesis of hurricane–fire interactions. Quaternary Research, 69: 29–41. PDF
  10. Hou-yuan Lu, Nai-qin Wu, Kam-biu Liu, Hui Jiang, Tung-sheng Liu. (2007) Phytoliths as quantitative indicators for the reconstruction of past environmental conditions in China II: Palaeo-environmental reconstruction in the Loess Plateau. Quaternary Science Reviews, 26:759–772.  PDF
  11. Wang Shuyun, Lu Houyuan, Liu Jiaqi & Jörg F. W. Negendank. (2007) The early Holocene optimum inferred from a high-resolution pollen record of Huguangyan Maar Lake in southern China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 52(20): 2829-2836. PDF
  12. Hou-Yuan Lu, Nai-Qin Wu, Xiang-Dong Yang, Hui Jiangd, Kam-biu Liu, Tung-Sheng Liu. (2006) Phytoliths as quantitative indicators for the reconstruction of past environmental conditions in China I: phytolith-based transfer functions. Quaternary Science Reviews, 25: 945–959.  PDF
  13. L. Wang, H.Y. Lu, N.Q. Wu, J. Li, Y.P. Pei, G.B. Tong, S.Z. Peng. (2006) Palynological evidence for Late Miocene–Pliocene vegetation evolution recorded in the red clay sequence of the central Chinese Loess Plateau and implication for palaeoenvironmental change. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 241: 118–128. PDF
  14. Naiqin Wu, Yunpeng Pei, Houyuan Lu, Zhengtang Guo, Fengjiang Li, Tungsheng Liu. (2006) Marked ecological shifts during 6.2–2.4 Ma revealed by a terrestrial molluscan record from the Chinese Red Clay Formation and implication for palaeoclimatic evolution. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 233 (3-4): 287-299.  PDF
  15. Houyuan Lu, Xiaoyan Yang, Maolin Ye, Kam-Biu Liu, Zhengkai Xia, Xiaoyan Ren, Linhai Cai, Naiqin Wu, Tung-Sheng Liu. (2005) Millet noodles in Late Neolithic China. Nature, 437: 967-968.  PDF
  16. Hou-Yuan Lu, and Kam-biu Liu. (2005) Phytolith assemblages as indicators of coastal environmental changes and hurricane overwash deposition. The Holocene, 15(7):  965-972. PDF
  17. Houyuan Lu, Naiqin Wu, Zhaoyan Gu, Zhengtang Guo, Luo Wang, Haibing Wu, Guoan Wang, Liping Zhou, Jiamao Han and Tungsheng Liu. (2004) Distribution of carbon isotope composition ofmodern soils on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Biogeochemistry, 70 (2): 275-299.  PDF
  18. WANG Luo, Lu Houyuan, Wu Naiqin, Chu Duo, Han Jiamao, Wu Yuhu, Wu Haibin  & Gu Zhaoyan. (2004) Discovery of C4 species at high altitude in Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Chinese Science Bulletin, 49 (12): 1392-1396  PDF. 
  19. SHEN Ji, Lu Houyuan, WANG Sumin CHEN Shiyue, YANG Xiangdong, WU Yanhong & ZHU Zhaoyu. (2004) A 2.8 Ma record of environmental evolution and tectonic events inferred from the Cuoe core in the middle of Tibetan Plateau. Science in China Series D, 47 (11 ): 1025-1034  PDF .
  20. Jens Mingrama, Georg Schettler, Norbert Nowaczyk, Xiangjun Luo, Houyuan Lu, Jiaqi Liu, J.org F.W. Negendank. (2004) The Huguang maar lake—a high-resolution record of palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic changes over the last 78,   000 years from South China. Quaternary International, 122: 85–107.
  21. Lu Houyuan, Liu. Kam-biu. (2003) Phytoliths of common grasses in the4 coastal environments of southeastern USA.. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 58: 587-600. PDF
  22. Lu Houyuan and Kam-biu Liu. (2003) Morphological variations of lobate phytoliths from grasses in China and the southeastern U.S.A. Diversity and Distributions, 9(1): 73-87.  PDF
  23. Houyuan Lu, Tungsheng Liu, Zhengtang Guo. (2003) Natural vegetation of geological and historical periods in Loess Plateau. Chinese Science Bulletin, 48(5): 411-416.  PDF  
  24. Liu Kb, Lu HY, Shen CM. (2003) Assessing the vulnerability of the Alabama Gulf coast to intense hurricane strikes and forest fires in the light of longterm climatic changes, in Ning ZH, Turner RE, Doyle T, and Abdollahi K eds., Integrated Assessment of the Consequences of Climate Change for the Gulf Coast Region: Baton Rouge, Frankli Press.p 23-230.  PDF
  25. Andreas Fuhrmann, Jens Mingram, Andreas Lu cke, Houyuan Lu, Brian Hors.eld, Jiaqi Liu, Jo rg F. W. Negendank, Gerhard H. Schleser, Heinz Wilkes. (2003) Variations in organic matter composition in sediments fromLake Huguang Maar (Huguangyan), south China during thelast 68 ka: implications for environmental and climatic change. Organic Geochemistry
  26. Houyuan Lu, Zhenxia Liu, Naiqin Wu, Serge Berne, Yoshiki Saito, Baozhu Liu, and Luo Wang. (2002) Rice domestication and climatic change: phytolith evidence from East China. Boreas, 31(4): 378-385. PDF
  27. Chu GQ, Liu JQ, Sun Q, Lu HY, Gu ZY, Wang WY, Liu TS. (2002) The 'Mediaeval Warm Period' drought recorded in Lake Huguangyan, tropical South China. the Holocene, 12 (5): 511 -516.  PDF
  28. Lu HY, Wang SM, Wu NQ, Tong GB, Yang XD, Shen CM, Li SJ, Zhu LP, Wang L. (2001) A new pollen record of the last 2.8 Ma from the Co Ngoin, central Tibetan Plateau. Science in China Series D, 44: 292-300.  PDF 
  29. Lu HY, Liu DS, (2001) The effect of C3 and C4 plants for the magnetic susceptibility signal in soils. Science in China Series D, 44 (4): 318-325.
  30. Wu NQ, Rousseau DD, Liu TS, Lu HY, Gu ZY, Guo ZT, Jiang WY. (2001) Orbital forcing of terrestrial mollusks and climatic changes from the Loess Plateau of China during the past 350 ka. Jouranl of Geophysical Research –Atmospheres, 106 (D17): 20045-20054. PDF
  31. Lu HY, Wang YJ, Wang GA, Yang H, Li Z. (2000) Analysis of carbon isotope in phytoliths from C3 and C4 plants and modern soils. Chinese Science Bulletin, 45 (19): 1804-1808.  PDF
  32. Lu HY, Liu TS, Gu ZY, Liu BZ, Zhou LP, Han JM, Wu NQ. (2000) Effect of burning C3 and C4 plants an the magnetic susceptibility signal in soils. Geophysical Research Letters, 27 (13): 2013-2016.  PDF
  33. Liu JQ, Lu HY, Negendank J, Mingram J, Luo XJ, Wang WY, Chu GQ. (2000) Periodicity of Holocene climatic variations in the Huguangyan Maar Lake. Chinese Science Bulletin, 45 (18): 1712-1717. PDF
  34. Wang L, Liu DS, Lu HY. (2000) Magnetic susceptibility properties of polluted soils. Chinese Science Bulletin, 45 (18): 1723-1726.PDF
  35. Wang WY, Liu JQ, Liu DS, Peng P, Lu HY, Gu ZY, Chu GQ, Negendank J, Luo XJ, Mingram J. (2000) The two-step monsoon changes of the last deglaciation recorded in tropical Maar Lake Huguangyan, southern China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 45 (16): 1529-1532.
  36. Lu H Y, Liu ZX. (1999) Diatom and paleoceanography in domain of Kuroshio current in Okinawa Trough during the past 20000a. Proceeding of the 4th International Conference on Asia Marine Geology, 51-62.  PDF
  37. Guo ZT, Liu TS, Fedoroff N, Wei LY, Ding ZL, Wu NQ, Lu HY, Jiang WY, An ZS. (1998) Climate extremes in Loess of China coupled with the strength of deep-water formation in the North Atlantic. Global and Planetary Change, 1998, 18 (3-4): 113-128.
  38. Qin XG, Liu DS, Liu TS, Tan M, Li TY, Lu JP, Gu ZY, Lu HY, Ding ZL, Guo ZT, Liu JQ, Nie GZ. (1998) Grey characteristics of microbanding of stalagmite in Shihua Cave, Beijing and its climatic signification(I) - The study of microstructure of microbanding. Science in China Series D, 41 (2): 151-157.
  39. Lu Houyuan, Wu Naiqin, Liu Baozhu. (1997) Recognition of Rice Phytolith. In The State of the Art of Phytoliths in Plants and Soils (Pinilla, A. ed). Monografias del Centro de Ciencias Medambioentales, Madrid, pp. 159-174.  PDF
  40. Wu Naiqin, Lu Houyuan and Guo Zhengtang. (1997) Reconstrction of paleoclimate in the Loess plateau using nonlinear mathematical methods. Chinese Science Bulletin, 42(12): 1014-1016. PDF
  41. Lu Houyuan, Wu Naiqin, Liu Tungsheng, Han Jimao, Qin Xiogun, Sun Xiangjun, Wang Yongji. (1996) Seasonal climatic variation recorded by phytolith assemblages from Baoji loess sequence in central China over the last 150000 a. Science in China, Series D, 26(6): 629-639.  PDF 
  42. Han Jiamao, Lu Houyuan, Wu Naiqin, Guo Zhengtang, (1996) The magnetic susceptibility of modern soils in China and its use for paleoclimate reconstruction. Studia geoph.et grod., 40: 262-275.  PDF
  43. Guo, Z., T. Liu, J. Guiot, N. Wu, H. Lu, J, Han, J. Liu, Z. Gu. (1996) High frequency pulses of East Asian monsoon climate in the last two glaciation :link with the North Atlantic. Climate Dynamics, 12: 701-709.
  44. Liu Tungsheng, Guo Zhengtang, Wu Naiqin, Lu Houyuan. (1996) Prehistoric vegetation on the loess plateau: Steppe or forest? Journal of Southeast Asian Earth Science, 13(3-5): 341-346.
  45. Lu Houyuan, Wu Naiqin, Nie Gaozhong. (1995) Discovery of bamboo phytolith in the loess -paleosol  sequences of Guanzhong Basin, Shaanxi Province. Chinese Science Bulletin, 40(4): 405-409.  PDF
  46. Wu Naiqin, Lu Houyuan, Sun Xiangjun, Guo Zhentang. (1995) Climatic factor transfer function from opal phytolith and its application in paleoclimate reconstruction of China loess-paleosol sequence. Scientia Geologica Sinica, Supp. Issue, (1): 105-114.  PDF
  47. Li Peiying, Cheng Zhenbo, Lu Houyuan and Liu Guohai. (1992) The coastal zone loess of the Liaodong Peninsula , Liaoning Province. Acta Geological Sinica, 5 (3): 311-324.
  48. Lu Houyuan, Wu Niqin, Nie Gaozhong, Wang Yoongji. (1991) Phytolith in loess and its bearing on paleovegetation . In :Liu DS(ed), Loess, Environment and Global Change, Science Press, Beijing, 1991, 112-123. PDF
  49. Lu Houyuan and Wang Yongji. (1990) A study on plant opals and its application in the explanation of paleoenvironment of Qingdao in the past 3000 years. Chinese Science Bulletin, 35(6): 498-503.  PDF
 
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