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Click Prof. Qi-Bin Zhang (Head of the Tree-Ring Lab)
         Ph.D. 2000, University of Victoria, Canada
         E_mail: qbzhang@ibcas.ac.cn

 What a nice day in Tibet at an altitude of 4000 meters,
 What a big tree standing there bring me with great pleasures,
 What a short increment borer in my hand saying the tool matters,
 What a secret story in rings I am curious to decode and tell in papers!
   
click Dr. Jianping Duan
Research Associate
E_mail: duanjp@ibcas.ac.cn

 How accurate the calendar is!
 How true the history is!
 How interesting the story is!
 All in tree rings!
   
click Dr. Lixin Lv
Research Associate
E_mail: lixinlv@ibcas.ac.cn
   
click Ms. Hong-Yan Qiu
Research Assistant
E_mail: qiuhy2006@sina.com
   
click Xu Deng
Ph.D. Candidate
E_mail: dengxu@ibcas.ac.cn
   
click Changyuan Nie
M.Sc. Student
E_mail: talentncyluck@yahoo.com.cn
   
click Hanxue Liang
M.Sc. Student
E_mail: dtxlhx@163.com
   
People worked at the tree-ring lab before
click Ms. Lan Chen
Research associate (2005-2006)
   
Click Dr. Ting Wang
Postdoctoral fellow (2005-2007)

A tree-ring is a hope, A tree is a story,
A treeline records many hopes and stories.
Would you like to go with me the hopeful journey and read those interesting stories?
   
Click Dr. Xiao-Chun Wang
Postdoctoral fellow (2005-2007)


Tree-ring is an abstruse yearbook, it recorded many interesting stories. Spend all my life to interpret what the book is telling us.
   
Click Dr. Yong-Bo Liu
M.Sc. Student (2004-2007)

Ring, ring, ringĄ­
Let me have a maggot in my head!
She is not so simple one that I think, and also not so complex one that I imagine, if I try my best to dig out the meaning under her veil!
   
click  Dr. Gui-Rong Yu
Ph.D. Student (2004-2008)

Gazing at the cores of old trees sampled from the highest plateau in the world, I am really desired to understand what is the nature's classic production.
   
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Ms. Gai-Ai Guo
M.Sc. Student (2005-2008)

Small small tree ring, while big big world!
We dig so much things in our dendrochronology.
We benefit greatly from the dendro-researches the past, the present and the future.
   
Click  Dr. Zong-Shan Li
Ph.D. Student (2004-2009)

In Northwestern Yunnan, you must be fascinated by the beauty and harmony of nature, diversified culture, mysterious Shangri-La, astonishing deep gorges, heartquaking rip currents etc. Here I have the honor to tell you the dendroclimatological and dendroecological stories in this attractive place.
   
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Dr. Chun-Ming Shi
Ph.D. Student (2005-2011)

   
 Click Dr. Chao Zhang
Ph.D. Student (2006-2011)

There were so many stories in the history of mankind, which showed mercy and cruelty, love and pain, despair and hope.
What happened to a tree, a forest in its long life-time with thorough silence?
I am appreciated to have a look at its secret through magic rings.
   
click Dr. Pei Xing
Ph.D. Student (2008-2013)
   
 
 
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