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Name  
DONG Yajie
Title  
  Special-term Associate Professor
Highest Education  
  Ph.D.
Subject Categories  
  Geology
Phone  
  010-82998354
Zip Code  
  100029
Fax  
  010-62010846
Email  
  dongyajie[a]mail.iggcas.ac.cn
Office  
  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

Education and Appointments:
  • 2005.09-2009.07, B.S., Geology, China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)
  • 2009.09-2013.07, M.S., Paleontology and Stratigraphy, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • 2013.09-2017.01, Ph.D., Paleontology and Stratigraphy, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • 2016.07-2022.01, Postdoctoral research, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • 2022.01-present, Special-Term Associate Professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Research Interests:
  1. Paleoclimatology and paleoecology recorded by terrestrial mollusks in the Quaternary loess-paleosol sequences
  2. Holocene human activity and Terrestrial mollusks
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Honors:

Supported Projects:
  1. Human-disturbed snail assemblages from surface soils of the Loess Plateau and its implications for the intensity of human activity. 2018-2020. National Natural Science Foundation of China.
  2. The distribution patterns of snail species diversity in North China and its relationship with climate factors. 2018-2020. Postdoctoral Program of China Scholarship Council.

Selected Publication:
  1. Dong Yajie*, Wu Naiqin*, Li Fengjiang, Huang Linpei, Lu Houyuan, Stenseth Nils. (2021). Paleorecords reveal the increased temporal instability of species diversity under biodiversity loss. Quaternary Science Reviews, 269: 107147.
  2. Dong Yajie*, Wu Naiqin*, Li Fengjiang, Zhang Dan, Zhang Yueting, Huang Linpei, Chen Xiaoyun, Wu Bin, Lu Houyuan. (2020). Anthropogenic modification of soil communities in northern China for at least two millennia: Evidence from a quantitative mollusk approach. Quaternary Science Reviews, 248: 106579.
  3. Dong Yajie*, Wu Naiqin*, Li Fengjiang, Lu Houyuan. (2021). Coupled morphologic and demographic responses of Opeas striatissimum (Gastropoda: Subulinidae) to latest Pleistocene to early Holocene climate fluctuations. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 562: 110101.
  4. Dong Yajie*, Wu Naiqin*, Li Fengjiang, Lu Houyuan. (2021). Rapid northwestward extension of the East Asian summer monsoon since the Last Deglaciation: evidence from the mollusk record. Frontiers in Earth Science, 9: 788738.
  5. Dong Yajie*, Wu Naiqin*, Jiang Wenying, Li Fengjiang, Lu Houyuan. (2020). Cascading response of flora and terrestrial mollusks to last deglacial warming. Global Ecology and Conservation, 24: e01360.
  6. Dong Yajie*, Wu Naiqin*, Li Fengjiang, Chen Xiaoyun, Zhang Dan, Zhang Yueting, Huang Linpei, Wu Bin, Lu Houyuan. (2019). Influence of monsoonal water-energy dynamics on terrestrial mollusk species-diversity gradients in northern China. Science of the Total Environment, 676: 206-214.
  7. Dong Yajie*, Wu Naiqin*, Li Fengjiang, Huang Linpei, Wen Wenwen. (2015). Time-transgressive nature of the magnetic susceptibility record across the Chinese Loess Plateau at the Pleistocene/Holocene transition. PLoS ONE, 10(7): 1-16.
  8. Li Fengjiang*, Wu Naiqin*, Dong Yajie, Zhang Dan, Zhang Yueting, Huang Linpei, Yang Yiquan, Xu Deke, Zhang Jianping, Lu Houyuan. (2021). Land-snail eggs as a proxy of abrupt climatic cooling events during the reproductive season. Science Bulletin, 66: 1274–1277.
  9. Zhang Dan, Wu Naiqin*, Li Fengjiang, Rousseau Denis-Didier, Chen Xiaoyun, Dong Yajie, Lu Houyuan. (2021). Climatic structures and intensities of the last two glacials documented by terrestrial molluscs from Chinese loess sequences. Boreas, 50: 308–320.
  10. Zhang Yueting, Wu Naiqin*, Li Fengjiang, Hao Qingzhen, Dong Yajie, Zhang Dan, Lu Houyuan. (2020). Eco-environmental changes in the Chinese Loess Plateau during low-eccentricity interglacial Marine Isotope Stage 19. Science China Earth Sciences, 63: 1408-1421.
  11. Li Fengjiang*, Wu Naiqin, Rousseau Denis-Didier, Dong Yajie, Zhang Dan, Pei Yunpeng. (2014). Late Miocene-Pliocene paleoclimatic evolution documented by terrestrial mollusk populations in the western Chinese Loess Plateau. PLoS ONE, 9 (4): e95754.
  12. Li Hao, Xu Deke*, Shen Caiming, Cui Anning, Zuo Xinin, Dong Yajie, Wang Can, Jing Yingyu, Yu Yinghao, Wu Naiqin, Lu Houyuan*. (2021). Multi-centennial climate cycles and their impact on the Tubo Dynasty in the southern Tibetan Plateau. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 578: 110584.
  13. Xu Deke*, Lu Houyuan*, Jin Chunsheng, Gu Zhaoyan, Zuo Xinxin, Dong Yajie, Wang Can, Wang Luo, Li Hao, Yu Yinghao, Jin Yingyu, Wu Naiqin. (2021). Application of multiple dating techniques to the Holocene sediments of Angrenjin Co in the southern Tibetan Plateau. Quaternary Geochronology, 62: 101148.
  14. Zhang Jianping*, Lu Ying, Yu Lupeng*, Tang Miao, Huang Ming, Shao Konglan, Huan Xiujia, Wen Changhui, Dong Yajie, Jiang Ming, He Kunyu, Yan Xue, Ye Maolin, Wu Naiqin, Lu Houyuan. (2021). Neolithic Rice Cultivation and Consequent Landscape Changes at the Baodun Site, Southwestern China. Frontiers in Earth Science, 9: 807626.
  15. Wang Can*, Lu Houyuan*, Gu Wanfa, Wu Naiqin, Zhang Jianping, Zuo Xinxin, Li Fengjiang, Wang Daojing, Dong Yajie, Wang Songzhi, Liu Yanfeng, Bao Yingjian, Hu Yayi. (2019). The development of Yangshao agriculture and its interaction with social dynamics in the middle Yellow River region, China. The Holocene, 29(1): 173–180.
  16. Wang Can*, Lu Houyuan*, Gu Wanfa, Wu Naiqin, Zhang Jianping, Zuo Xinxin, Li Fengjiang, Wang Daojing, Dong Yajie, Wang Songzhi, Liu Yanfeng, Bao Yingjian, Hu Yayi. (2017). The spatial pattern of farming and factors influencing it during the Peiligang culture period in the middle Yellow River valley, China. Science Bulletin, 62: 1565–1568.
 
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