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Name   Li, Minghui Home Page     
Highest Education      Ph.D Office      Building 3,Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China
Phone      010-8409 7056 Zip Code      100101
Fax      010-8409 7079 Email      liminghui@itpcas.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:
Minghui Li, Associate Professor Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences 18 Shuangqing Rd. Haidian District Beijing 100085, China Email: liminghui@itpcas.ac.cn 2008.8-present, Associate Professor, Institute of Tibetan Plateau, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) Post-doctor, 2008, Institute of Tibetan Plateau, CAS Ph.D., 2004, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences M.B., 2001, Peking University B.A., 1997, Shangdong University of Science and Technology Areas of Interest: I am interested in climatic and environmental research using mineral, sedimentological, and geochemical data,especially sensitive mineral and element geochemistry to document changes in salinity and temperature. Over the past several years, my research has centered on the interpretation of minerals and geochemistry as an archive of Earth's past climates.

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Selected Publications:
  1. Minghui Li, Xiaomin Fang,Chaolu Yi,Shaopeng Gao, Weilin Zhan,Albert Galy,2010. Evaporite minerals and geochemistry of the upper 400 m sediments in a core from the Western Qaidam Basin, Tibet. Quaternary International, 218(1-2): 176-189.
  2. Minghui Li, Shichang Kang, Jun Ge, Chaolu Yi, Xiaomin Fang, 2010. Saline rhythm and climatic change since 20.6 kyr BP from the Qiulinanmu Playa Lake in Tibet. Carbonates Evaporites 25: 5-14
  3. Minghui Li, Shichang Kang, Liping Zhu, Qinglong You, Qianggong Zhang, Junbo Wang, 2008. Mineralogy and Geochemistry of the Holocene Lacustrine Sediments in Nam Co, Tibet. Quaternary International, 187, 105-116
  4. Minghui Li, Shichang Kang, Zhu Liping, Wang Junbo, Zhang Qianggong, Xie Manping, You Qinglong, 2009. On the Unusual Holocene Carbonate Sediment and Environmental Change in Nam Co (Lake), Central Tibet. Journal of Mountain Science, 6: 346–353

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