Fuli Wu, Female
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Address: Courtyard 16, Building 3, Lincui Rd.,Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
Postcode:  100101

Research Areas

Cenozoic ecological climate change


2004, Lanzhou University, Physical Geography, Ph.D.


2007.8-  Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS, Physical Geography, associate Prof.

2004.7-2007.7  Institute of Geology,CAS, Quaternary Geology, Postdoctor


1. Miao Yunfa, Wu Fuli*, Chang Hong, Fang Xiaomin, Deng Tao, Sun Jimin and Jin Chunsheng. A Late-Eocene palynological record from the Hoh Xil Basin, northern Tibetan Plateau, and its implications for stratigraphic age, paleoclimate and paleoelevation. Gondwana Research, 2016, 31, 241–252 

2. Zhao Yan, Wu Fuli.*, Fang Xiaomin, Yang Yibo. Topsoil C/N ratios in the Qilian Mountains area: Implications for the use of subaqueous sediment C/N ratios in paleo-environmental reconstructions to indicate organic sources. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 2015, 426, 1–9 

3. Wu Fuli, Herrmann Mark, Fang Xiaomin. Early Pliocene paleo-altimetry of the Zanda Basin indicated by a sporopollen record. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 2014, 412, 261-268 

4. Wu Fuli, Fang XM, An CR, et al., Over-representation of Picea pollen induced by water transport in arid regions. Quaternary International, 2013, 298(17): 134-140 

5. Miao Y, Wu Fuli*, Herrmann M, et al., Late Early Oligocene East Asian Summer Monsoon in the NE Tibetan Plateau: evidence from a palynological record from the Lanzhou Basin, China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 2013, 75(5): 46-57 

6. Wu Fuli, Fang Xiaomin, Mark H., et al., Extended drought in the interior of Central Asia since the Pliocene reconstructed from sporopollen records. Global and Planetary Change, 2011, 76: 16-21 

7. Wu Fuli, Fang Xiaomin, Miao YF. Environmental indicators from comparison of sporopollen in early Pleistocene lacustrine sediments from different climatic zones. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2010, 55(26): 2981-2988 

8. Wu Fuli, Fang X.M., Ma Y.Z., Mosbrugger V., et al., Plio-Quaternary stepwise drying of Asia: Evidence from a 3-Ma pollen record from the Chinese Loess Plateau, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 2007, 257:160-169 

9. Wu Fuli, Fang X.M, Ma Y.Z, et al. A 1.5 Ma sporopollen record of paleoecologic environment evolution in the central Chinese Loess Plateau. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2004, 49 (3): 295-302

Research Interests

East Asian monsoon, Tibetan Plateau uplift, Arid of the Central Asia