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Name   Xu, Xiangke Home Page     
Highest Education      Ph.D. Office      Building 3,Courtyard 16, Lin Cui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101P.R. China
Phone      010-8409 7114 Zip Code      100101
Fax      Email      xkxu@itpcas.ac.cn

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Research Interest:

Quaternary glacial geomorphology and climate 

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Honors:
Selected Publications:
  1. *Xu, X., Pan, B., Dong, G., Yi, C., Glasser, N.F., 2017. Last Glacial climate reconstruction by exploring glacier sensitivity to climate on the southeastern slope of the western Nyaiqentanglha Shan, Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Glaciology 63, 361-371
  2. *Xu, X., Yi, C., 2017. Timing and configuration of the Gongga II glaciation in the Hailuogou valley, eastern Tibetan Plateau: A glacier-climate modeling method. Quaternary International 444, 151-156
  3. *Xu, X., Dong, G., Pan, B., Hu, G., Bi, W., Liu, J., Yi, C., 2017. Late Glacial glacier-climate modeling in two valleys on the eastern slope of Samdainkangsang Peak, Nyaiqentanggulha Mountains. Science China Earth Science 60, 135-142
  4. *Dong, G., *Xu, X., Zhou, W., Fu, Y., Zhang, L., Li, M., 2017. Cosmogenic 10Be surface exposure dating and glacier reconstruction for the Last Glacial Maximum in the Quemuqu Valley, western Nyainqentanglha Mountains, South Tibet. Journal of Quaternary Science 32, 639-652
  5. *Xu, X., Muhammad, A.Q., Pan, B., 2016. Late-Holocene glacier advances and related climate conditions in the Hailuogou catchment, Gongga Shan, eastern Tibetan Plateau. The Holocene 26, 1897-1903
  6. *Xu, X., Glasser, N.F., 2015. Glacier sensitivity to equilibrium line altitude and reconstruction for the Last Glacial cycle: glacier modeling in the Payuwang Valley, western Nyaiqentanggulha Shan, Tibetan Plateau. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 440, 614-620
  7. *Xu, X., Dong, G., Pan, B., 2014. Modelling glacier advances and related climate conditions during the last glaciation cycle in the KuzigunValley, Tashkurgan catchment, on the north-west Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Quaternary Sciences 29, 279-288.
  8. *Xu,X.,2014. Climates during Late Quaternary glacier advances: glacier-climate modeling in the Yingpu Valley, eastern Tibetan Plateau. Quaternary Science Reviews 101, 18-27.
  9. *Xu, X., Yi, C., 2014. Little Ice Age on the Tibetan Plateau and its bordering mountains: Evidence from moraine chronologies. Global and Planetary Change 116, 41-53
  10. *Xu, X., Hu, G., Qiao. B., 2013. Last glacial maximum climate based on cosmogenic 10Be exposure ages and glacier modeling for the head of TashkurganValley, northwest Tibetan Plateau. Quaternary Science Reviews 80, 91-101.
  11. *Xu, X., Pan, B., Hu, E., Li, Y., Liang, Y., 2011. Responses of two branches of Glacier No. 1 to climate change from 1993 to 2005, Tianshan, China. Quaternary International 236, 143-150
  12. *Xu, X., Wang, L., Yang, J., 2010. Last Glacial Maximum climate inferences from integrated reconstruction of glacier equilibrium-line altitude for the head of the Urumqi River, Tianshan Mountains. Quaternary International 218, 3-12
  13. *Xu, X., Kleidon, A., Miller, L., Wang, S., Wang, L., Dong, G., 2010. Late Quaternary glaciation in the Tianshan and implications for palaeoclimatic change: a review. Boreas 39, 215-232
  14. Xu, X., *Yang, J., Dong, G., Wang, L., Miller, L., 2009. OSL dating of glacier extent during the Last Glacial and the Kanas Lake basin formation in Kanas River valley, Altai Mountains, China. Geomorphology 112, 306–317

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