人才详细信息

姓名:曹现勇
性别:
学历:博士
专家类别:研究员
电话:
传真:010-8409 7079
电子邮箱:xcao@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:
曹现勇,1981年生,中国科学院青藏高原研究所研究员,中国科学院青藏高原地球科学卓越创新中心青年骨干。主要从事基于孢粉的晚第四纪以来大空间尺度植被与气候定量化重建研究。以第一和通讯作者在“Nature Communications”、“Earth System Science Data”、“Quaternary Science Reviews”、“Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology”等杂志发表SCI论文13篇。2018年入选中国科学院“率先行动”百人计划C类人才。
 
教育背景:
2002.09 – 2006.06,河北师范大学资源与环境科学学院,学士
2006.09 – 2009.06,河北师范大学资源与环境科学学院,硕士
2009.09 – 2015.06,河北师范大学生命科学学院,博士结业
2010.10 – 2015.02,德国波茨坦大学,博士
 
工作经历:
2015.03–2018.02,德国阿尔弗里德-魏格纳极地与海洋研究所,博士后
2018.03–2020.02,中国科学院青藏高原研究所,副研究员
2020.02–今,   中国科学院青藏高原研究所,研究员

研究方向

第四纪孢粉学

职务

社会任职

 

承担项目

1.国家自然科学基金面上项目:青藏高原东缘花粉及菌孢现代过程和晚全新世人类活动对植被的影响(2019–2022),主持

2.国家第二次青藏高原综合科学考察研究子专题:碳氮循环的生物学过程(2019–2023),共同负责人

3.国家自然科学基金重点项目:青藏高原南部史前农业发展与人-环境相互作用(2020–2024),参与

4.国家自然科学基金重点项目:基于花粉产量定量重建我国6ka以来的土地覆被(1°×1°)变化(2017–2021),参与

5.德国联邦教育及研究部项目:PalMod计划,参与

获奖及荣誉

Past Global Changes(PAGES)workshop资助,PAGES协会,2017 

省级优秀大学毕业生,河北省教育厅,2006 

代表论著

第一作者及通讯作者: 
1. Cao, X.*, Tian, F., Andreev, A., Anderson, P.M., Lozhkin, A.V., Bezrukova, E., Ni, J., Rudaya, N., Stobbe, A., Wieczorek, M., Herzschuh, U.*, 2020. A taxonomically harmonized and temporally standardized fossil pollen dataset from Siberia covering the last 40 kyr. Earth System Science Dada, 12: 119–135. 

2. Liu, L., Wang, W.*, Chen, D., Niu, Z., Wang, Y., Cao, X.*, Ma, Y., 2020. Soil-surface pollen assemblages and quantitative relationships with vegetation and climate from the Inner Mongolian Plateau and adjacent mountain areas of northern China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 543: 109600. 

3. Herzschuh, U.*, Cao, X.*, Laepple, T., Dallmeyer, A., Telford, R., Ni, J., Chen, F., Kong, Z., Liu, G., Liu, K.-B., Liu, X., Stebich, M., Tang, L., Tian, F., Wang, Y., Wischnewski, J., Xu, Q., Yan, S., Yang, Z., Yu, G., Zhang, Y., Zhao, Y., Zheng, Z., 2019. Position and orientation of the westerly jet determined Holocene rainfall patterns in China. Nature Communications, 10: 2376.  

4. Cao, X.*, Tian, F., Dallmeyer, A., Herzschuh, U.*, 2019. Northern Hemisphere biome changes (>30°N) since 40 cal ka BP and their driving factors inferred from model-data comparisons. Quaternary Science Reviews, 220: 291–309. 

5. Cao, X.*, Tian, F., Li, F., Gaillard, M.-J., Rudaya, N., Herzschuh, U., 2019. Pollen-based quantitative land-cover reconstruction for northern Asia during the last 40 ka. Climate of the Past, 15: 1503–1536. 

6. Cao, X.*, Tian, F., Ding, W., 2018. Improving the quality of pollen-climate calibration-sets is the primary step for ensuring reliable climate reconstructions. Science Bulletin, 63: 1317–1318. 

7. Cao, X., Tian, F.*, Telford, R., Ni, J., Xu, Q., Chen, F., Liu, X., Stebich, M., Zhao, Y., Herzschuh, U., 2017. Impacts of the spatial extent of pollen-climate calibration-set on the absolute values, range and trends of reconstructed Holocene precipitation. Quaternary Science Reviews, 178: 37–53. 

8. Tian, F., Cao, X.*, Dallmeyer, A., Zhao, Y., Ni, J., Herzschuh, U., 2017. Pollen-climate relationships in time (9 ka, 6 ka, 0 ka) and space (upland vs. lowland) in eastern continental Asia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 156: 1–11. 

9. Tian, F., Cao, X.*, Dallmeyer, A., Ni, J., Zhao, Y., Wang, Y., Herzschuh, U., 2016. Quantitative woody cover reconstructions from eastern continental Asia of the last 22 ka reveal strong regional peculiarities. Quaternary Science Reviews, 137: 33–44. 

10. Cao, X.*, Herzschuh, U., Ni, J., Zhao, Y., B?hmer, T., 2015. Spatial and temporal distributions of major tree taxa in eastern continental Asia during the last 22,000 yr. The Holocene, 25: 79–91. 

11. Cao, X.*, Herzschuh, U., Telford, R.J., Ni, J., 2014. A modern pollen-climate dataset from China and Mongolia: assessing its potential for climate reconstruction. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 211, 87–96. 

12. Cao, X., Ni, J.*, Herzschuh, U.*, Wang, Y., Zhao, Y., 2013. A late Quaternary pollen dataset in eastern continental Asia for plant migration study, vegetation and climate reconstructions: set up and evaluation. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 194: 21–37. 

13. Cao, X., Xu, Q.*, Jing, Z., Li, Y., Tian, F., 2010. Holocene climate change and human impacts implied from the pollen records in Anyang, central China. Quaternary International, 227: 3–9. 
 
其他合作论文: 
1.Tian, F., Cao, X., Zhang, R., Xu, Q., Ding, W., Liu, X., Pan, B., Chen, J., 2020. Spatial homogenization of soil-surface pollen assemblages improves the reliability of pollen-climate calibration-set. Science China Earth Sciences, 63, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11430-019-9643-0.
 
2.Chen, F., Zhang, J., Liu, J., Cao, X., Hou, J., Zhu, L., Xu, X., Liu, X., Wang, M., Wu, D., Huang, L., Zeng, T., Zhang, S., Huang, W., Zhang, X., Yang, K., 2020. Climate change, vegetation history, and landscape responses on the Tibetan Plateau during the Holocene: A comprehensive review. Quaternary Science Reviews, 243: 106444.
 
3.Wang, Y., Shen, J., Wang, Y., Liu, X., Cao, X., Herzschuh, U., 2020. Abrupt mid-Holocene decline in the Indian Summer Monsoon caused by tropical Indian Ocean cooling. Climate Dynamics, doi: 10.1007/s00382-020-05363-7.
 
4.Zhang, R., Tian, F., Xu, Q., Zhou, X., Liu, X., Cao, X., 2020. Representation of modern pollen assemblage to vertical variations of vegetation and climate in the Yadong area, eastern Himalaya. Quaternary International, 536: 45–51.

5.Li, F., Gaillard, N.-J., Cao, X., Herzschuh, U., Sugita, S., Tarasov, P.E., Wagner, M., Xu, Q., Ni, J., Wang, W., Zhao, Y., An, C., Beusen, A.H.W., Chen, G., Feng, Z., Goldewijk, C.G.M.K, Huang, X., Li, Y., Liu, H., Sun, A., Yao, Y., Zheng, Z., Jia, X., 2020, Towards quantification of Holocene anthropogenic land-cover change in temperate China: A review in the light of pollen-based REVEALS reconstructions of regional plant cover. Earth-Science Reviews, 203: 103119.
 
6.Li, G., Zhong, W., Zhao, W., Jin, M., Wang, X., Tao, S., Chen, C., Cao, X., Zhang, Y., Yang, H., Madsen, D.B., 2020. Quantitative precipitation reconstructions from Chagan Nur revealed lag response of East Asian summer monsoon precipitation to summer insolation during the Holocene in arid northern China. Quaternary Science Reviews, 239: 106365.
 
7.Lü, F., Zhang, H., Hou, J., Cao, X., Liu, C., 2020. Hydrological Variations and Decline of the Ancient Silk Road Between Han and Sui Dynasties in the Middle Reach of the Tarim River. Acta Geologica Sinica, DOI: 10.1111/1755-6724.14540.
 
8.Li, H., Liu, X., Herzschuh, U., Cao, X., Yu, Z., Wang, Y., 2019. Vegetation and climate changes since the middle MIS 3 inferred from a Wulagai Lake pollen record, Inner Mongolia, Northeastern China. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 262: 44–51.
 
9.Sun, J., Ma, C., Cao, X., Zhao, Y., Deng, Y., Zhao, L., Zhu, C., 2019. Quantitative precipitation reconstruction in the east-central monsoonal China since the late glacial period. Quaternary International, 521:175–184.
 
10.Huang, X., Peng, W., Rudaya, N., Grimm, E.C., Chen, X., Cao, X., Zhang, J., Pan, X., Liu, S., Chen, C., Chen, F., 2018. Holocene vegetation and climate dynamics in the Altai Mountains and surrounding areas. Geophysical Research Letters. DOI: 10.1029/2018GL078028.
 
11.Tian, F., Cao, X., Dallmeyer, A., Lohmann, G., Zhang, X., Ni, J., Andreev, A., Anderson, P.M., Lozhkin, A.V., Bezrukova, E., Rudaya, N., Xu, Q., Herzschuh, U., 2018. Biome changes and their inferred climatic drivers in northern and eastern continental Asia at selected times since 40 cal ka BP. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 27: 365–379.
 
12.Dallmeyer, A., Claussen, C., Ni, J., Cao, X., Wang, Y., Fischer, N., Pfeiffer, M., Jin, L., Khon, V., Wagner, S., Haberkorn, K., Herzschuh, U., 2017. Biome changes in Asia since the mid-Holocene – an analysis of different transient Earth system model simulations. Climate of the Past, 13: 107–134.

13.Zhao, Y., Liu, Y.L., Guo Z.T., Fang, K.Y., Li, Q., Cao, X.Y., 2017. Abrupt vegetation shifts caused by gradual climate changes in central Asia during the Holocene. Science China Earth Sciences, 60: 1317–1327.
 
14.Xu, Q., Zhang, S., Gaillard, M.-J., Li, M., Cao, X., Tian, F., Li, F., 2016. Studies of modern pollen assemblages for pollen dispersal- deposition- preservation process understanding and for pollen-based reconstructions of past vegetation, climate, and human impact: A review based on case studies in China. Quaternary Science Reviews, 149: 151–166.
 
15.Zhang, S., Xu, Q., Gaillard, M.-J., Cao, X., Li, J., Zhang, L., Li, Y., Tian, F., Zhou, L., Lin, F., Yang, X., 2016. Characteristic pollen source area and vertical pollen dispersal and deposition in a mixed coniferous and deciduous broad-leaved woodland in the Changbai mountains, northeast China. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 25: 29–43.
 
16.Xu, Q., Chen, F., Zhang, S., Cao, X., Li, J., Li, Y., Li, M., Chen, J., Liu, J., Wang, Z., 2016. Vegetation succession and East Asian Summer Monsoon Changes since the last deglaciation inferred from high-resolution pollen record in Gonghai Lake, Shanxi Province, China. The Holocene, 27: 835–846.
 
17.Yang, S., Cao, X., Jin, H., 2015. Validation of ice-wedge isotopes at Yituli'he, northeastern China as climate proxy. Boreas, 44: 502–510.
 
18.Chen, F., Xu,Q., Chen, J., Birks, H.J.B., Liu, J., Zhang, S., Jin, L., An, C., Telford, R.J., Cao, X., Wang, Z., Zhang, X., Selvaraj, K., Lu, H., Li, Y., Zheng, Z., Wang, H., Zhou, A., Dong, G., Zhang, J., Huang, X., Bloemendal, J., Rao, Z., 2015. East Asian summer monsoon precipitation variability since the last deglaciation. Scientific Reports, 5: 11186.
 
19.Dallmeyer, A., Herzschuh, U., Claussen, M., Ni, J., Wang, Y., Mischke, S., Cao, X., 2015. Vegetation, Climate, Man—Holocene Variability in Monsoonal Central Asia. Chapter: Integrated Analysis of Interglacial Climate Dynamics (INTERDYNAMIC). Part of the series: Springer Briefs in Earth System Sciences. pp 97–102.
 
20.Ni, J., Cao, X., Jeltsch, F., Herzschuh, U., 2014. Biome distribution over the last 22,000 yr in China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 409: 33–47.  
 
21.Xu, Q., Cao, X., Tian, F., Zhang, S., Li, Y., Li, M., Li, J., Liu, Y., Liang, J., 2014. Relative pollen productivities of typical steppe species in northern China and their potential in past vegetation reconstruction. Science China: Earth Sciences, 57: 1254–1266.
  
22.Chen, F., Liu, J., Xu, Q., Li, Y., Chen, J., Wei, H., Liu, Q., Wang, Z., Cao, X., Zhang, S., 2013. Environmental magnetic studies of sediment cores from Gonghai Lake: implications for monsoon evolution in North China during the late glacial and Holocene. Journal of Paleolimnology, 49: 447–464.
 
23.Xu, Q., Tian, F., Bunting, M.J., Ding, W., Cao, X., He, Z., 2012. Pollen source areas of lakes with inflowing rivers: modern pollen influx data from Lake Baiyangdian, China. Quaternary Science Reviews, 37: 81–91.
 
24.Ding, W., Pang, R., Xu, Q., Li, Y., Cao, X., 2011. Surface pollen assemblages as indicators of human impact in the warm temperate hilly areas of eastern China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 56: 996–1004.
 
25.Wang, X., Li, Y., Xu, Q., Cao, X., Zhang L., Tian, F., 2010. Pollen assemblages from different agricultural units and their spatial distribution in Anyang area. Chinese Science Bulletin, 55: 544–554.
 
26.Tian, F., Cao, X., Xu, Q., Li, Y., 2009. A laboratorial study on the influence of alkaline and oxidative environment on the preservation of Pinus tabulaeformis pollen. Frontiers of Earth Science, 3: 226–230.
  
27.Xu, Q., Li, Y., Tian, F., Cao, X., Yang, X., 2009. Pollen assemblages of tauber traps and surface soil samples in steppe areas of China and their relationships with vegetation and climate. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 153: 86–101.
 
28.Li, Y., Xu, Q., Zhang, L., Wang, X., Cao, X., Yang, X., 2009. Modern pollen assemblages of the forest communities and their relationships with vegetation and climate in northern China. Journal of Geographical Sciences, 19: 643–659.
 
29.Tian, F., Xu, Q., Li, Y., Cao, X., Wang, X., Zhang, L., 2008. Pollen Assemblage Characteristics of Lakes in the Monsoon Fringe area of China. Chinese Science Bulletin, 53: 3354–3363.