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Faculty

Jiangying Wu Professor

Bio: 

Educational Background

BA, Nanjing Normal University (1993-1997)

MA, Nanjing Normal University (1997-2000)

PHD, Nanjing Normal University (2000-2003)

Postdoctoral, Nanjing Normal University (2003-2005)

Visiting Scholar, University of Queensland (2003-2004)

Lecturer, Nanjing Normal University (2005-2007)

Professor, Nanjing Normal University (2007-Present)

 

Research

Research Projects

  1. Research on the driving mechanism and records of laminated stalagmites under the Holocene East Asian monsoon climate in Liaoning province. Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2010-2012, CNY 0.49 million, Host
  2. Study on the East Asia climate change and driving mechanism in Late Ice Age10-100 year-scale. National Youth Fund,2006-2008, CNY 0.28 million, Host
  3. 17-19 Ka Phase and structure research of abrupt climate events in East Asian monsoon region. Jiangsu Post-doctoral researching Fund. CNY 60 thousand, Host
  4. Diagnosis for the mechanism and records of the monsoon in south China with high resolution stalagmites in the late Quaternary. State Key Program of National Natural Science of China, 2012-2016, CNY 3 million, Major participation
  5. Effect of stalagmites and oxygen isotopes in monsoon circulation in China and reconstruction of the millennium series. State Key Program of National Natural Science of China, 2011-2014, Major participation
  6. Reconstruction of different climatic sequence of China and the characteristics of warm period. National 973 Project. 2010-2014, CNY 0.9 million, Major participation
  7. Caves in Shennongjia monsoon climate records for 560000 years and its global significance. CNY 1.65 million, Major participation
  8. East Asian monsoon region of major environmental events, the climate change process and modern environmental and ecological effects. 2006-2008, Innovative team for the Ministry of Education. 2006-2008, CNY 3 million, Major participation
  9. Records for high resolution stalagmite under the evolution and mutation process for the past 150000 years. National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars. 2003-2006, CNY 1 million, Major participation
  10. Research on the climate information for high resolution cave stalagmite with high altitude in Shennongjia. Fund for National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of PR China. 2003-2007, CNY 0.7 million, Major Participation

 

Journal Articles

  1. J Y Wu, Y J Wang, H. Cheng, et al. Stable isotope and trace element investigation of two contemporaneous annually-laminated stalagmites from northeastern China surrounding the “8.2ka event”. Climate of the Past, 8, 1497–1507, 2012, www.clim-past.net/8/1497/2012/ doi:10.5194/cp-8-1497-2012

2.      Wu J Y, Wang Yongjin, Cheng Hai, et al. 2009. An exceptionally strengthened East Asian summer monsoon event between 19.9 and 17.1 ka BP recorded in a Hulu stalagmite. Science in China (Series D), 52(3): 360-368

3.      Wu J Y, et al. Hulu cave stalagmite 19.9-17.1 Ka BP East Asian summer monsoon enhanced event records. Science in China Press. 2009, 39(1)

4.      Wu J Y, Shao X H, Kong X G, Wang Y J. 2006. Imprint of solar activity on Nanjing stalagmite annual layer thickness sequence during the Last Glacial Maximum. Chinese Science Bulletin, 51(4): 441-447

5.      Wu J Y, et al. The last glacial maximum solar activity in the stalagmite from Nanjing imprinted in the sequence. Chinese Science Bulletin. 2006, 51(4)

6.      Wu J Y, Shao X H, Wang Y J. Timing and structure of Glacial climate events derived from an annually growth stalagmite δ18O record from Hulu cave Nanjing. Scientia Geographica Sinica. 2007, 27(1)

7.      Wu J Y, Wang Y J, Kong X G. Evolution and abrupt changes of the Holocene Asian monsoon climate recorded by stalagmite in Baigu cave in Guizhou. Marine Geology & Quaternary Geology. 2006, 26(5)

8.      Wu J Y, Kong X G, Wang Y J. Comparison between Nanjing stalagmite δ18O and annual layer thickness records during the last glacial maximum. Journal of Nnajing Normal University (Natural Science). 2005, 28(4)

9.      Wu Jiangying. 2007. Comparison Between δ18O and annual layer thickness from Nanjing stalagmite during the Last Glacial Maximum. Journal of Natural Science Nanjing Normal University, 9(1): 52-57.

10.  Yongjin Wang, Hai Cheng, R Lawrence Edwards, Xinggong Kong, Xiaohua Shao, Shitao Chen, Jiangying Wu, et al. 2008. Millennial- and orbital-scale changes in the East Asian monsoon over the past 224,000 years. Nature, 451:1090-1093

11.  Dianbing Liu, Yongjin Wang, Hai Cheng, R. Lawrence Edwards, Xinggong Kong, Xianfeng Wang, Jiangying Wu, et al. 2008. A detailed comparison of Asian Monsoon intensity and Greenland temperature during the Aller?d and Younger Dryas events. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 272: 691-697

12.  Jinguo Dong, Yongjin Wang, Hai Cheng, Ben Hardt, R. Lawrence Edwards, Xinggong Kong, Jiangying Wu, et al. 2010. A high-resolution stalagmite record of the Holocene East Asian monsoon from Mt Shennongjia, central China.

13.  Dianbing Liu, Yongjin Wang, Hai Cheng, R. Lawrence Edwards, Xinggong Kong, Xianfeng Wang, Ben Hardt, Jiangying Wu, et al. 2010. Sub-millennial variability of Asian monsoon intensity during the early MIS 3 and its analogue to the ice age terminations.

14.  Daoxian Yuan, Hai Cheng, R. Lawrence Edwards, Carolyn A. Dykoski, Megan J. Kelly, Meiliang Zhang, Jiaming Qing, Yushi Lin, Yongjin Wang, Jiangying Wu, Jeffery A. Dorale, Zhisheng An, and Yanjun Cai. 2004. Timing, Duration, and Transitions of the Last Interglacial Asian Monsoon. Science, 304: 575-578.

15.  Wang Y J, Cheng H, Edwards R L, He Y Q, Kong X G, Wu J Y, et al. 2005. The Holocene Asian Monsoon: links to solar changes and North Atlantic climate. Science, 2005, 308: 854-857.

16.  Kong Xinggong, Wang Yongjin, Wu Jiangying, et al. 2005. Complicated responses of stalagmite d13C to climate change during the last glaciation from Hulu Cave, Nanjing, China. Science in China, 48(12): 2174-2181.

17.  Jiang Xiuyang, Wang Yongjin, Kong Xinggong, Wu Jiangying, et al. 2005. Abrupt climate change of East Asian Monsoon at 130 kaBP inferred from a high resolution stalagmite δ18O record. Chinese Science Bulletin, 50(23): 2765 – 2769

18.  X. H. Shao, Y. J. Wang, H. Cheng, X. G. Kong, J. Y. Wu, R. L. Edwards. 2006. Long-term trend and abrupt events of the Holocene Asian monsoon inferred from a stalagmite δ18O record from Shennongjia in Central China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 51(2): 221-228

Honors and Awards

  1. Top ten scientific and technological progress in Chinese colleges, ranking 3th, 2008 
  2. Top ten basic research in China, ranking 3th, 2008

 

Contact

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E-mail:09196@njnu.edu.cn