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Name   Wu, Guangjian Home Page     
Highest Education      Ph.D. Office      Building 3,Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China
Phone      010-8409 7080 Zip Code      100101
Fax      010-8409 7079 Email      wugj@itpcas.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:
2010−Present, Professor, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS, Beijing, China.
2004−2010, Associate Professor, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS, Beijing, China.
2001−2004, Post-Doctoral Fellowship, State Key Laboratory of Cryospheric Sciences, Cold and Arid Region Environment and Engineering Research Institute, CAS, Lanzhou, China.
1991−2001, BSc/MSc/PhD, Department of Geography, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou, China.

Research Interest:

Atmospheric dust over and near High Asia: properties and climatic impacts

Environmental and Paleoclimatic changes on the Tibetan Plateau: processes and records

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Honors:
Selected Publications:
  1. Guangjian Wu, Chenglong Zhang, Xuelei Zhang, Lide Tian, Tandong Yao, 2010. Sr and Nd isotopic composition of dust in Dunde ice core, Northern China: implications for source tracing and use as an analogue of long-range transported Asian dust. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 299, 409–416.
  2. Guangjian Wu, Xuelei Zhang, Chenglong Zhang, Shaopeng Gao, Zhongqin Li, Feiteng Wang, Wenbin Wang, 2010. Concentration and composition of dust particles in surface snow at Urumqi Glacier No. 1, Eastern Tien Shan. Global and Planetary Change 74, 34–42.
  3. Guangjian Wu, Tandong Yao, Baiqing Xu, Lide Tian, Chenglong Zhang, Xuelei Zhang, 2010. Dust concentration and flux in ice cores from the Tibetan Plateau over the past few decades. Tellus 62B, 197–206.
  4. Guangjian Wu, Baiqing Xu, Chenglong Zhang, Shaopeng Gao, 2010. Atmospheric dust aerosols over the Eastern Pamirs: major element concentrations and composition. Environmental Earth Sciences 61(6), 1227–1237.
  5. Guangjian Wu, Tandong Yao, Baiqing Xu, Lide Tian, Chenglong Zhang, Xuelei Zhang, 2009. Volume-size distribution of microparticles in ice cores from the Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Glaciology 55(193), 859–868.
  6. Guangjian Wu, Baiqing Xu, Tandong Yao, Chenglong Zhang, Shaopeng Gao, 2009. Heavy metals in aerosol samples from the Eastern Pamirs collected 2004–2006. Atmospheric Research 93(4), 784–792.
  7. Guangjian Wu, Chenglong Zhang, Shaopeng Gao, Tandong Yao, Lide Tian, Dunsheng Xia, 2009. Element composition of dust from a shallow Dunde ice core, Northern China. Global and Planetary Change 67, 186–192.
  8. Guangjian Wu, Baiqing Xu, Chenglong Zhang, Shaopeng Gao, Tandong Yao, 2009. Geochemistry of dust aerosol over the Eastern Pamirs. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73, 977–989.
  9. Guangjian Wu, Tandong Yao, Baiqing Xu, Lide Tian, Zhen Li, Keqin Duan, 2008. Seasonal variations of dust record in the Muztagata ice cores. Chinese Science Bulletin 53(16), 2506–2512.
  10. Guangjian Wu, Baotian Pan, Hongshan Gao, Qingyu Guan, Dunsheng Xia, 2006. Climatic signals in the Chinese loess record for the last glacial: the influence of northern high latitudes and the tropical Pacific. Quaternary International 154/155, 128–135.
  11. Guangjian Wu, Tandong Yao, Baiqin Xu, Zheng Li, Lide Tian, Keqin Duan, Linke Wen, 2006. Grain size record of microparticles in the Muztagata ice core. Science in China (Series D) 49(1), 10–17.
  12. Guangjian Wu, Baotian Pan, Qingyu Guan, Dunsheng Xia, 2005. Terminations and their correlation with solar insolation in the Northern Hemisphere: a record from a loess section in Northwest China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 216, 267–277.
  13. Guangjian Wu, Tandong Yao, L.G. Thompson, Zhongqin Li, 2004. Microparticle record in the Guliya ice core and its comparison with polar records since the last interglacial. Chinese Science Bulletin 49(6), 607–611.
  14. Guangjian Wu, Baotian Pan, Qingyu Guan, Zhigang Liu, Jijun Li, 2002. Loess record of climatic changes during MIS 5 in the Hexi Corridor, Northwest China. Quaternary International 97/98, 167–172.
  15. Guangjian Wu, Baotian Pan, Jijun Li, Qingyu Guan, Zhigang Liu, 2001. Tectonic-climatic events in Eastern Qilian Mountains over the past 0.83Ma. Science in China (Series D) 44(supp.), 251–260.

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