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Name   Yi, Chaolu Home Page     
Highest Education      ph.D. Office      Building 3,Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China
Phone      010-8409 7097 Zip Code      100101
Fax      010-8409 7079 Email      clyi@itpcas.ac.cn

Education and Appointments:
03/1978 - 01/1982: B.Sc., Department of Geography, Central China Normal University, Wuhan, Hubei;
03/1982 - 12/1984: M.Sc., major in physical geography, Department of Geography, Central China Normal University, Wuhan, Hubei;
09/1988 - 07/1992: Ph.D., major in geomorpholgy and Quaternary geology, Departments of Geography, Peking University, Beijing; Work experiences and positions:
03/2002 – 08/88: Research fellow, Department of Ecology, Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan, China.

Research Interest:

geomorphology and Quaternary Geology

Public Services:

Selected Publications:
  1. Lewis A. Owen*, Ruth Robinson, Douglas I. Benn, Robert C. Finkel, Nicole K. Davis. Chaolu Yi, Jaakko Putkonen, Dewen Li, Andrew S. Murray. Quaternary glaciation of Mount Everest. Accepted by Quaternary Science Reviews.
  2. Yeong Bae Seong, Lewis Owen, Robert C. Finkel, and Chaolu Yi. 2009. Quaternary glaciation of Muztag Ata and Kongur Shan: Evidence for glacier response to rapid climate changes throughout the Late Glacial and Holocene in westernmost Tibet. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 21(3-4): 348-365.
  3. Ping Fu and Chaolu Yi*. 2009. Relationships between the heights of moraines and lengths of former glaciers in Tibet and surrounding mountains. Geomorphology, 103:205-211.
  4. Yeong Bae Seong, Lewis A. Owen, Chaolu Yi, Robert C. Finkel, Lindsay Schoenbohm. 2009. Geomorphology of anomalously high glaciated mountains at the northwestern end of Tibet: Muztag Ata and Kongur Shan. Geomorphology, 103: 227-250.
  5. Lewis A. Owen, Glenn Thackray, Robert S. Anderson, Jason Briner, Darrell Kaufman, Gerard Roe, William Pfeffer, Chaolu Yi. 2009. Integrated research on mountain glaciers: Current status, priorities and future prospects. Geomorphology, 103: 158-171.
  6. Glenn Thackray, Lewis A. Owen, Chaolu Yi. 2009. Mountain glaciation and landscape evolution. Geomorphology, 103:155-157.
  7. Schütt, B., Berking, J., Frechen, M., Yi, CL. 2008. Late Pleistocene lake-level fluctuations of the Nam Co, Tibetan Plateau, China. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie; vol. 52, supplement 2, 57–75.
  8. Qiu, ZL; Li, HB; Yi, CL, et al. 2008. Difference of topographical features of lateral moraines between Puruogangri ice field and west Nyainqentanghula Shan glacier and its climatic and tectonic causes. ACTA PETROLOGICA SINICA, 24(7): 1656-1664.
  9. Glenn D. Thackray, Lewis A. Owen, Chaolu Yi. 2008. Timing and nature of late Quaternary mountain glaciation. Journal of Quaternary Science, 23(6-7): 503-508.
  10. Chaolu Yi*, Hualiang Chen, Jianqiang Yang, Bin Liu, Ping Fu, Kexin Liu, Shijie Li. 2008. Review of Holocene glacial chronologies based on radiocarbon dating in Tibet and its surrounding mountains, Journal of Quaternary Science, 23(6-7): 533-543.
  11. CL Yi*, ZY Zhu, L Wei, ZJ Cui, BX Zheng, YF Shi. 2007. Advances on Quagternary glaciations in China. Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie, 51: 153-175.
  12. JQ Yang, ZJ Cui, CL Yi, JM Sun & LR Yang. 2007. “Dali Glaciation” on Massif Diancangshan. Science in China (earth sciences) 50(11):1685-1692.
  13. C. Yi*, B. Wang, M. Jin & Z. Guo. 2007. Two-dimensional simulation of underground seepage in a dangerous piping zone of the Jingjiang Great Levee, the middle reach of the Yangtze River. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 40, 85–92
  14. Chaolu Yi*, Huifang Liu, Neil L. Rose, Hong Yang, Leyi Ni and Ping Xie. 2006. Sediment sources and the flood record from Wanghu lake, in the Middle Reaches of the Yangtze River. Journal of Hydrology, 329: 568-576.
  15. Li Dewen, Yi Chaolu, Ma Baoqi, Wang Pengling, Ma Chunmei and Cheng Gongbi. 2006. Fabric analysis of till clasts in the Urumqi Rivershead, Tian Shan, China. Quaternary International 154-155: 19-25.
  16. Chaolu Yi*, Ling Zhu, Yeong Bae Seong, Lewis A. Owen, Robert C Finkel. 2006. A Lateglacial rock avalanche event in the Tianchi Lake, Tien Shan, Xinjiang. Quaternary International, 154-155: 26-31.
  17. Xiaoze Li, Chaolu Yi, Fahu Chen, Tandong Yao, Xin Li and Zhigang Li. 2006. Formation of proglacial dunes in front of the Puruogangri icefield in the central Qinghai-Tibet Plateau: implications for reconstructing paleoenvironmental changes since the Late glacial. Quaternary International 154-155: 122-127.
  18. Lorenz King, Thomas Herz, H. Hartmann, T. Jiang, C. Ke, Z. Wei and C. Yi. 2006. The PACE monitoring strategy: A concept for permafrost research in Qinghai-Tibet. Quaternary International, 154-155: 149-157.
  19. Yang Jianqiang, Zhang Wei, Cui Zhijiu, Yi Chaolu, Liu Kexin and Ju Yuanjiang. 2006. Late Pleistocene Glaciation of Diancang Mountains and Gongwang Mountains, southeast margin of Tibetan Plateau. Quaternary International 154-155: 52-62.
  20. H. Yang, C. Yi, P. Xie, Y. Xing,L. Ni. 2006. Sedimentation rates, nitrogen and phosphorus retentions in the largest urban Lake Donghu, China. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 267(1): 205–208.
  21. Du, L; Yi, CL*; Pan, SM, et al. 2006. Sedimentary records of water environment in lake Chaohu in the Yangtze delta region, China. JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH Volume: 1(SI): 242-245.
  22. Yi, CL*; Boyle, J; Rose, NL, et al. 2006. Microfabries of lacustrine sediments to pollutant adsorption from a polluted Eutrophic lake, t he Yangtze delta region. JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH Volume 3(SI): 1412-1417.
  23. Yi Chaolu*, Liu Kexin, Cui Zhijiu, Jiao Keqin, Yao Tandong and He Yuanqin. 2004. AMS radiocarbon dating of late Quaternary glacial landforms, the source area of the Urumqi River, Tien Shan ---- a pilot study of 14C dating on inorganic carbon. Quaternary International, 121(1-2):99-107.
  24. Yi, CL*, P. Appleby, JF Boyal, N. Rose, et al. 2004. The sedimentary record of a significant flooding event in Lake Taihu, Yangtze. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 43:89-100.
  25. NL. Rose, JF Boyle, Y Du, C Yi, etc. 2004. Sedimentary evidence for changes in the pollution status of Taihu in the Jiangsu region of eastern China. Journal of Paleolimnology, 32:41-51.
  26. Yi Chaolu*,Jiao Keqing,Liu Kexin, Yuanqing He and Ye Yuguang. 2002. ESR Dating on the sediments of the Last Glaciation at the Source Area of the Urumqiu River, Tian Shan Mountains, China. Quaternary International 97-98:141-146.
  27. Chaolu Yi*, Xiaoze Li and Jianjun Qu. 2002. Quaternary glaciation of Puruogangri - the largest modern ice field in Tibet. Quaternary International 97-98:111-121.
  28. Yi, Chaolu*. and Zhijiu Cui. 2001. Subglacial deformation ---- evidence from quantitative microfabric studies of flat particles and voids in till from the upper Urumqi River Valley, Tianshan Mountains, China. Journal of Glaciology 47(159):607-612.

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