Address:  Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences
               20 Nanxincun, Xiangshan, Haidian District, Beijing 100093, China
   Tel:      86-10-62836883    
    Name Li-Xin Lv lixinlv@ibcas.ac.cn  
Position Research Associate  
Research Areas Dendrochronology and treeline dynamics
Education
B.Sc. 2006 Inner Mongolia University, China
Ph.D. 2011 Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Projects
(as PI)
"Alpine treeline response to the gradient of moisture availability on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau ", NSFC for young scientists, Jan. 2014 ¨C Dec. 2016
Publications

2013
Duan, JP, 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
Lv LX and Zhang Q.-B. 2013. Tree-ring based summer minimum temperature reconstruction for Yadong County at the southern edge of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, China. Climate Research, 56: 91-101. PDF
2012
Lv LX and Zhang Q-B. 2012. Asynchronous recruitment history of Abies spectabilis along an altitudinal gradient in the Mt. Everest region. Journal of Plant Ecology. 5:147-156. PDF
Lv LX Ovchinnikov, DV, Kirdyanov, AV and Zhang, Q.-B. 2012. Comparison of temperature sensitive tree-ring chronologies in southern Tibetan Plateau and northern Siberia. Science, Technology and Development, 31: 152-164. PDF
Duan JP, 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
Conference
Presentations
2011
Lv Lixin and Zhang Qi-Bin. 2011. Summer temperature history in the last three centuries at the southern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. The 2nd International Asian Conference on Dendrochronology. XiĄŻan, China, August 20-23, 2011. (Oral presentation).
2010
Lv Lixin and Zhang Qi-Bin. 2010. Asynchronous recruitment history of Abies spectabilis population along an altitudinal gradient in the Mt. Everest region. The 8th International Conference on Dendrochronology. Rovaniemi, Finland, June 13-18, 2010. (Oral presentation).