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Jiang Wenying
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  19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China
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Education and Appointments:
Wenying Jiang

1985.09-1989.06 Department of Geography, Nanjing University, China, B.S, Geomorphology and Quaternary Geology.
1989.09-1992.06 Department of Geography, Nanjing Normal University, China, M.S, Natural Geography.
1992.09-1995.08 Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, Ph.D, Stratigraphy and Paleontology.
1999.06-1999.12 Palaeoecology Centre, The Queen’s University of Belfast, UK, post-doctoral fellowship, Palynology
2000.01-2000.06 Department of Geography and Earth Sciences, Brunel University, UK, post-doctoral fellowship, Palynology

1995.08-1999.06 Assistant Professor, Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China.
1999.06-2019.12 Assistant, associate Professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China.
2002.04-06, 2003.02-04, 2006.04-06, CEREGE UMR 6635 CNRS, Univ. P. Cézanne, BP 80, 13545 Aix-en-Provence cedex 4, France
2020.01- Professor, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China.

Research Interests:
Palynology, palaeoenvironment


Supported Projects:
1 Reconstruction and modelling of environmental changes at catchment scale in semi-arid transition, northern China (2002-2005, NSFC)
2 The vertical displacement of vegetation zones in the mountainous area of Hengduan over the last 20,000 years and its relationship with the Southwest Monsoon (2008-2010, NSFC)

Selected Publication:
  1. Jiang, W.Y., Yang, S.L., Yang, X.X., Gu, N., 2015. Negative impacts of afforestation and economic forestry on the Chinese Loess Plateau and proposed solutions. Quaternary International, in press.
  2. Gu, N., Jiang, W.Y., Wang, L., Zhang, E.L., Yang, S.L., Xiong, S.F., 2015. Rainfall thresholds for the precipitation of carbonate and evaporite minerals in modern lakes in northern China. Geophysical Research Letters, 42, 5895–5901, doi:10.1002/2015GL064340.
  3. Yang, X.X., Jiang, W.Y., Yang, S.L., Kong, Z.C., Luo, Y.L., 2014. Vegetation and climate changes in the western Chinese Loess Plateau since the Last Glacial Maximum. Quaternary International, 372, 58-65. 
  4. Jiang, W.Y., Yang, X.X., Cheng, Y.F., 2014. Spatial patterns of vegetation and climate on the Chinese Loess Plateau since the Last Glacial Maximum. Quaternary International, 334-335, 52-60. 
  5. Jiang, W.Y., Chen, Y.F., Yang, X.X., Yang, S.L., 2013. Chinese Loess Plateau vegetation since the Last Glacial Maximum and its implications for vegetation restoration. Journal of Applied Ecology, 50, 440-448. 
  6. Jiang, W., Guiot, J., Chu, G., Wu, H., Yuan, B., Hatté , C., and Guo, Z., 2010. An improved methodology of the modern analogues technique for palaeoclimate reconstruction in arid and semi-arid regions. Boreas, 39, 145-153. doi: 10.1111/j.1502-3885.2009.00115.x.  
  7. Jiang, W.Y., Leroy, S.A.G., Ogle, N., Chu, G.Q., Wang, L., Liu, J.Q., 2008. Natural and anthropogenic forest fires recorded in the  Holocene pollen record from a Jinchuan peat bog, northeastern China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 261, 47-57.  
  8. Guiot, J., Wu, H., Jiang, W., Luo, Y., 2008. East Asian Monsoon and paleoclimatic data analysis: a vegetation point of view. Climate of the Past, 4, 137-145.  
  9. Jiang, W.Y., Liu, T.S., 2007. Timing and spatial distribution of Mid-Holocene drying over northern China: response to a south-eastward retreat of the East Asian monsoon. Journal of Geophysical Research 112, D24111, doi:10.1029/2007JD009050.  
  10. Jiang, W.Y., Guo, Z.T., Sun, X.J., Wu, H.B., Chu, G.Q., Yuan, B.Y., Hatté, C., Guiot, J., 2006. Reconstruction of climate and vegetation changes of Lake Bayanchagan (Inner Mongolia): Holocene variability of the East Asian monsoon. Quaternary Research, 65, 411-420.  
  11. Xiong, S.F., Ding, Z.L., Jiang, W.Y., Yang, S.L., Liu, T.S., 2003. Initial intensification of East Asian winter monsoon at about 2.75 Ma as seen in the Chinese eolian loess-red clay deposit. Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 30, No. 10, 1524, doi: 10.1029/2003GL017059.
  12. Jiang, W.Y., Peng, S.Z., Hao, Q.Z., Liu, T.S., 2002. Carbon isotopic records in paleosols over the Pliocene in Northern China: implication on vegetation development and Tibetan uplift. Chinese Science Bulletin, 47(8), 687-690. [姜文英, 彭淑贞, 郝青振, 刘东生, 2001. 上新世红粘土的碳同位素记录与青藏高原隆升的关系. 科学通报,46(24), 2065-2068.]  
  13. Xiong, S.F., Jiang, W.Y., Yang, S.L., Ding, Z.L., Liu, T.S., 2002. Northwestward decline of magnetic susceptibility for the red clay deposit in the Chinese Loess Plateau. Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 29, No. 24, 2162, doi: 10.1029/2002GL015802.
  14. Han, J.M., Jiang, W.Y., 1999, Particle size contributions to bulk magnetic susceptibility in Chinese loess and paleosol. Quaternary International, 62, 103-110. 
  15. Jiang, W.Y., Han, J.M., Liu, T.S., Chen, J.S., Wen, C.F., 1998. Stable isotopes of carbonate in Chinese loess as evidence of paleoenvironmental changes. In: Novak, M. & Rosenbaum, J. (eds): Challenges to Chemical Geology. The Czech Geological Survey, Prague, pp175-186.  
  16. Han, J.M., Jiang, W.Y., Liu, T.S., Lu, H.Y., Guo, Z.T., Wu, N.Q., 1996. Carbonate isotope records of paleoclimate changes in Chinese loess. Science in China (Series D), 39, 460-467. [韩家懋, 姜文英, 刘东生, 吕厚远, 郭正堂, 吴乃琴, 1996, 黄土碳酸盐中古气候变化的同位素记录. 中国科学(D), 26, 399-404.] 
  17. Jiang, W.Y., Han, J.M., Liu, T.S., Yu, F.J., 1995. Stable isotope composition of inclusive water in the carbonate concretion loess. Scientia Geologica Sinica, Supplementary Issue (1), 73-79.