Address:  Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences
               20 Nanxincun, Xiangshan, Haidian District, Beijing 100093, China
   Tel:      86-10-62836969
    Name Jianping Duan duanjp@ibcas.ac.cn
Position Research Associate
Research Areas Dendroclimatology
Education
B.Sc. 2004 Shanxi Normal University, China
M.Sc. 2007 Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Ph.D. 2010 Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Postdoc 2010-2012 Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Honors and
Awards
Excellent doctoral dissertation (July 2010), Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
K. C. Wong Postdoctoral Award (April 2011), K. C. Wong Education Foundation, Hong Kong
Projects
(as PI)
"Comparison of different-season temperature variability based on tree-ring width and density", NSFC for young scientists, Jan. 2012 – Dec. 2014
"Extraction of large-scale common climate signal from tree rings in Changdu region of Tibet", Postdoctoral Program of China, Dec. 2010 – Dec. 2011
Publications

2013
Duan, J.P. Zhang, Q-B and Lv, LX. 2013. Increased Variability in Cold-Season Temperature since the 1930s in Subtropical China. Journal of Climate, 26: 4749-4757. PDF
2012
Duan, J.P. Zhang, Q-B, Lv, LX and Zhang, C. 2012. Regional-scale winter-spring temperature variability and chilling damage dynamics over the past two centuries in southeastern China. Climate Dynamics, 39: 919-928. PDF
Huang, KC, Xing, P and Duan, J.P. 2012. Winter season temperature variation reconstructed from tree rings over the past 394 years in Qamdo of Tibet. Journal of Earth Environment, 3: 915-922. (In Chinese with English abstract) PDF
2010
Duan, J.P. Wang, L., Li, L. and Chen, K. L. 2010. Temperature variability since A.D. 1837 inferred from tree-ring MXD of Abies fabri on Gongga Mountain, China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 55(26):3015-3022. PDF
Wang, L. Duan, J.P. , Chen, J., Huang, L., and Shao, X. M. 2010. Temperature reconstruction from tree-ring maximum density of Balfour spruce in eastern Tibet, China. International Journal of Climatology. 30: 972-979. PDF
Sun, Y., Wang, L., Chen, J. Duan, J.P., Shao, X. M. and Chen, K. L.2010. Growth characteristics and response to climate change of tree-ring of Larix Miller tree-ring in China. Science in China (Series D), 53(6):871-879. PDF
Duan, J.P. Wang, L., Xu, Y., Sun, Y. and Chen, J. 2010. Responses of tree- ring width to climate change at different elevations on the east slope of Gongga Mountains. Geographical Research, 29(11): 1940-1949. (In Chinese with English abstract). PDF
2009
Duan, J.P. Wang, L., Ren, J. W., Li, L. and Han, J. Q. 2009. Seasonal variations in heavy metals concentrations in Mt. Qomolangma Region snow. Journal of Geographical Sciences. 19(2): 249-256. PDF
Duan, J.P. Wang, L., Ren, J. W. and Li, L. 2009. Progress in Glacier Variations in China and Its Sensitivity to Climatic Change during the Past Century. Progress in geography, 28(2): 231-237. (in Chinese with English abstract) PDF
2007
Duan, J.P. Ren, J. W. and Qin, X. 2007. Research on the cause of Pb pollution events during the 20th century recorded in Antarctic snow and ice. Journal of Shandong Normal University (Natural Science). 22(1):110-113. (In Chinese with English abstract). PDF
Duan, J.P. Ren, J. W., Qin, X. and Li, Y. F. 2007. Heavy Metals Concentrations and Seasonal Variations in Snow of Mount Qomolangma Region. Acta Geographica Sinica, 62(1):22-29. (In Chinese with English abstract). PDF
Li, Y. F., Yao, T. D., Li, Z. Q., Li, Z., Liu, Y. P. and Duan, J.P. 2007. Determination of Trace Elements in Snow and Ice by Double Focusing Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry. Chinese Journal of Analytical Chemistry. 35: 37-42. (In Chinese with English abstract). PDF
Conference
Presentations
2011
Duan, J.P. and Zhang, Q.-B. 2011. Reconstruction of January-April temperature from tree rings for the past 172 years in southeastern China. Abstract Volume of the 2nd International Asian Dendrochronologyical Conference. Xi’an, China, August 20-23, 2011. (Oral presentation).