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Name:Zaijun Li

Title: Lecturer 


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Mail box:zjli@lzu.edu.cn

Learning Experience

2013: PhD, Paleoclimatology, Lanzhou University

Research Direction

Past Global Climate Change, Desert formation and evolution

Work Experience

2014.04-present: Lecturer, Key laboratory of west China’s Environmental System (Ministry of Education), College of Earth and Environment Sciences, Lanzhou University.


1. Fei Wang, Zaijun Li, Xin Wang, Baofeng Li, Fahu Chen. Variation and interplay of the Siberian High and westerlies in central-east Asia during the past 1200?kyr. Aeolian Research, 2018, 33:62-81.
2. Zaijun Li, Fei Wang, Xin Wang, Baofeng Li, Fahu Chen, A multi-proxy climatic record from the central Tengger Desert, southern Mongolian Plateau: implications for the aridification of inner Asia since the late Pliocene. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2018, 160, 27-37.
3. Baofeng Li, Donghuai Sun, Weihong Xu, Fei Wang, Baiqing Liang, Zhiwei Ma, Xin Wang; Zaijun Li, Fahu Chen, Paleomagnetic chronology and paleoenvironmental records from drill cores from the Hetao Basin and their implications for the formation of the Hobq Desert and the Yellow River, Quarternary Science Reviews, 2017.1.15, 156: 69~89.
4. Fei Wang, Donghuai Sun, Fahu Chen, Jan Bloemendal, Feng Guo, Zaijun Li, Yuebao Zhang, Baofeng Li, XinWang, Formation and evolution of the Badain Jaran Desert, North China, as revealed by a drill core from the desert centre and by geological survey, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 2015.5.15, 426: 139~158.
5. Yuebao Zhang, Donghuai Sun, Zaijun Li, Fei Wang; Xin Wang; Baofeng Li, Feng Guo, Sheng Wu. Cenozoic record of aeolian sediment accumulation and aridification from Lanzhou, China, driven by Tibetan Plateau uplift and global climate. Global & Planetary Change, 2014, 120(3):1-15.
6. Zaijun Li, Donghuai Sun, Fahu Chen, Fei Wang, Yuebao Zhang, Feng Guo, Xin Wang, Baofeng Li, Chronology and paleoenvironmental records of a drill core in the central Tengger Desert of China. Quaternary Science Reviews, 2014, 85(1):85-98.
7. Donghuai Sun, Ruixia Su, Zaijun Li, Huayu Lu, The ultrafine component in Chinese loess and its variation over the past 7.6 Ma: implications for the history of pedogenesis, Sedimentology, 2011.6, 58(4): 916~935.