人才详细信息

姓名:刘建宝
性别:
学历:博士
专家类别:研究员/优青
电话:010-8409 7034
传真:010-8409 7079
电子邮箱:jbliu@itpcas.ac.cn
职称:研究员
通讯地址:北京市朝阳区林萃路16号院3号楼

简介

个人简介
刘建宝,男,1985年生,博士,研究员/教授,博士生导师,国家自然科学基金优秀青年基金获得者。主要研究方向为季风气候变化、季风气候影响以及人类世等,主要学术成绩包括:1)发现由于快速工业化产生的气溶胶对亚洲夏季风的影响,导致了黄土高原淡水生态系统对气候变化的响应不同于自然暖期下的响应过程;利用黄土高原上(山西北部)的湖泊记录,揭示出历史时期人类活动对季风边缘区的影响已经超过自然因素,导致强夏季风阶段同时出现强沙尘暴现象,亚洲沙尘暴两千年前主因已为人类;2)利用山西北部湖泊记录,发现近千年来东亚夏季风降水在中世纪暖期为强盛状态,与人类活动影响下的现代增暖时期季风降水减少的趋势不同,揭示出人类活动主导的暖期与自然因素主导的暖期的季风降水变化存在差别;3)提出近万年来中全新世东亚夏季风最强,对东亚夏季风演变历史的流行观点提出了新见解。近5年来以第一作者或通讯作者在Nature Climate Change、Nature Communications、PNAS、Earth-Science Reviews等重要杂志上发表文章21篇,其中3篇入选ESI高被引论文,被Nature、Nature Climate Change、Nature Geoscience、PNAS等杂志广泛引用,相关成果被Nature Climate Change专题报道。主持多项国家自然科学基金、中国科学院基础前沿科学研究计划项目,参加国家自然科学重大基金、重点基金、国家全球变化专项基金等项目,2017年获第十四届全国青年地理科技奖。
招收有地理学、生态学等专业背景的硕士/博士研究生和博士后。
教育背景:  
2006-2010:就读于兰州大学资源环境学院,获学士学位
2010-2015:就读于兰州大学资源环境学院,获博士学位
其中2013-2015:留学于加拿大女王大学生物系,联合培养博士

研究方向

季风气候变化、季风气候影响以及人类世

职务

社会任职

兰州大学兼职教授 

承担项目

1. 中国科学院基础前沿科学研究计划项目“基于藻类DNA探索第三极咸水湖泊古生态重建新方法”,批准号:ZDBS-LY-DQC006,执行期间:2019.09-2023.12,经费300万。 

2. 中国科学院青藏高原研究所高层次人才引进项目“藻类DNA记录的近两百年青藏高原湖泊生态系统变化”,执行期间:2018.01-2020.12,经费100万。 

3. 国家自然科学基金优青项目“古气候与古湖沼学”,批准号:41722105,执行期间:2018.01-2020.12,经费130万。 

4. 国家自然科学基金青年基金项目“全新世以来我国东部地区东亚夏季风降水区域差异的湖泊记录研究”,批准号:41601186,执行期间:2017.01-2019.12,经费25万。 

获奖及荣誉

第十四届全国青年地理科技奖 
国家基金委优秀青年基金获得者

代表论著

代表性论文:
1. Liu, J.B., Rühland, K.M., Chen, J.H., Xu, Y.Y., Chen, S.Q., Chen, Q.M., Huang, W., Xu, Q.H., Chen, F.H*., Smol, J.P*, 2017. Aerosol-weakened summer monsoons decrease lake fertilization in the Chinese Loess Plateau. Nature Climate Change, 7, 190–194.
2. Chen, F.H*., Chen, S.Q., Zhang, X., Smol, J.P., Wang, X., Chen, J.H., Gowan, E., Qiang, M.R., Dong, G.H., Wang, Z.L., Li, Y.C., Xu, Q.H., Liu, J.B*., 2020. Asian dust-storm activities dominated by Chinese dynasty changes since 2000 BP. Nature Communications, 11, 920. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-14765-4.
3. Liu, J.B., Chen, S.Q., Chen, J.H., Zhang, Z.P., Chen, F.H*., 2017. Chinese cave δ18O records do not represent northern East Asian summer monsoon rainfall. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, doi.10.1073/pnas.1703471114.
4. Liu, J.B., Chen, J.H*., Zhang, X.J., Li, Y., Rao, Z.G., Chen, F.H*., 2015. Holocene East Asian summer monsoon records in northern China and their inconsistency with Chinese stalagmite δ18O records. Earth-Science Reviews, 148, 194–208.
5. Liu, X.K., Liu, J.B*., Chen, S.Q., Chen, J.H., Zhang, X., Yan, J.J., Chen, F.H., 2020. New insights on Chinese cave δ18O records and their paleoclimatic significance. Earth-Science Reviews, 207, doi.org/10.1016/j.earscirev.2020.103216.
6. Liu, J.B., Chen, F.H*., Chen, J.H., Xia, D.S., Xu, Q.H., Wang, Z.L., Li, Y., 2011. Humid Medieval Warm Period recorded by magnetic characteristics of sediments from Gonghai Lake, Shanxi, North China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 56(23), 2464-2474.
其它论文:
7. Cheng, B., Liu, J.B*., Chen, S.Q., Zhang, Z.P., Shen, Z.W., Yan, X.W., Li, F.Y., Chen, G.J., Zhang, X.S., Wang, X., Chen, J.H., 2020. Impact of abrupt late Holocene climate change on the status of an alpine lake in North China. Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, 125(4), e2019JD031877. https://doi.org/ 10.1029/2019JD031877.
8. Liu, X.K., Liu, J.B*., Shen, C.C., Yang. Y., Chen, J.H., Chen, S.Q., Wang, X.F., Wu C.C., Chen, F.H., 2020. Inconsistency between records of δ18O and trace element ratios from stalagmites: Evidence for increasing mid-late Holocene moisture in arid central Asia. The Holocene, 30(3), 369–379.
9. Chen, S.Q., Liu, J.B*., Chen, J.H., Chen, F.H., 2020. Differences in the evolutionary pattern of dust storms over the past 2000 years between eastern and western China and the driving mechanisms. Science China Earth Sciences, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11430-020-9632-y.
10. Li, F.Y., Liu, J.B*., Chen, G.J., Kong, L.Y., Zhang, X.S., 2020. A rapid late Holocene lake ecosystem shift driven by climate change: evidence from the first cladoceran record from an alpine lake in northern China. Science Bulletin, 65(4), 253–256.
11. Zhang, Z.P., Liu, J.B*., Liu, X.K., Chen, S.Q., Yu, A.L., Zhang, X.S., Chen, J., Shen, Z.W., Chen, J., Zhang, S.J., Xia, H., Chen, F.H., 2019. Seasonal variations in the water oxygen isotope composition of four lakes in the East Asian summer monsoon region: implications for the interpretation of paleo-isotope records. Progress in Physical Geography, doi.10.1177/0309133319896338.
12. Chen, J.H., Liu, J.B#., Zhang, X.J., Chen, S.Q., Huang, W., Chen, J., Zhang, S.R., Zhou, A.F., Chen, F.H., 2019. Unstable Little Ice Age climate revealed by high-resolution proxy records from northwestern China. Climate Dynamics, 53, 1517-1526.
13. Chen, J.H*., Zhang, Z.P., Liu, J.B*., Rao, Z.G., Huang, W., Zhang, X., Chen, S.Q., 2018. “North-South” dipolar mode of precipitation changes in eastern China extends to the Last Deglaciation. Science Bulletin, 63(24), 1604–1605.
14. Chen, S.Q., Liu, J.B*., Xie, C.L., Chen, J.H., Wang, H.P., Wang, Z.L., Rao, Z.G., Xu, Q.H., Chen, F.H., 2018. Evolution of integrated lake status since the last deglaciation: A high-resolution sedimentary record from Lake Gonghai, Shanxi, China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 496, 175–182.
15. Zhang, Z.P., Liu, J.B*., Chen., S.Q., Chen, J., Zhang, S.J., Xia, H., Shen, Z.W., Wu, D., Chen, F.H., 2018. Non-lagged response of vegetation to climate change during the Younger Dryas: evidence from high resolution multi-proxy records from an alpine lake in northern China. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres,123: 7065–7075.
16. Shen, Z.W., Liu, J.B*., Xie, C.L., Zhang, X.S., Chen, F.H., 2018. An environmental perturbation at AD 600 and subsequent human impacts recorded by multi-proxy records from the sediments of Lake Mayinghai, North China. The Holocene, 28, 1870–1880.
17. Chen, J., Liu, J.B*., Xie, C.L., Chen, G.J., Chen, J.H., Zhang, Z.P., Zhou, A.F., Rühland, K.M., Smol, J.P., Chen, F.H., 2018. Biogeochemical responses to climate change and anthropogenic nitrogen deposition from a ~200-year record from Tianchi Lake, Chinese Loess Plateau. Quaternary International, 493, 22–30.
18. Liu, J.B., Chen, J.H., Selvaraj, K*., Chen, S,Q*., Xie, C.L., Chen, Q.M., Lin, B.Z., Yu, K.F., Xu, Q.H., Velasco, V.M., Chen, F.H., 2017. A 14.7 Ka Record of Earth’s Surface Processes from the Arid-Monsoon Transitional China. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 43(3), 723–734.
19. Liu, J.B., Chen, F.H*., Chen, J.H., Zhang, X.J., Liu, J., Bloemendal, J., 2014. Weakening of the East Asian summer monsoon at 1000–1100 A.D. within the Medieval Climate Anomaly: Possible linkage to changes in the Indian Ocean-western Pacific. Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, 119(5), 2209–2219.
20. Yang, X.L., Liu, J.B*., Liang, F.Y., Yuan, D.X., Yang, Y., Chen, F.H., 2014. Holocene stalagmite δ18O records in the East Asian monsoon region and their correlation with those in the Indian monsoon region. The Holocene, 24(12), 1657-1664.
21. Liu, J.B., Chen, J.H*., Selvaraj, K., Xu, Q.H., Wang, Z.L., Chen, F.H., 2014. Chemical weathering over the last 1200 years recorded in the sediments of Gonghai Lake, Lvliang Mountains, North China: a high-resolution proxy of past climate. Boreas, 43(4), 914-923.