His primary areas of investigation include Climatology, Holocene, Monsoon, Physical geography and Pollen. His research links Precipitation with Holocene. His Monsoon research integrates issues from Speleothem and Paleoclimatology.
His work deals with themes such as Steppe and Climate change, which intersect with Physical geography. The Steppe study combines topics in areas such as Evergreen, Vegetation and Biome. The Pollen core research Qinghai Xu does as part of his general Pollen study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Pollen source, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Qinghai Xu focuses on Pollen, Physical geography, Vegetation, Holocene and Precipitation. His Pollen research incorporates elements of Taxon and Hydrology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Climate change, Paleoclimatology, Palynology, Drainage basin and Sediment.
His Vegetation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Structural basin, Steppe, Temperate climate, Arid and Plateau. Qinghai Xu combines subjects such as Land cover, Monsoon and China with his study of Holocene. His Precipitation research focuses on subjects like Climatology, which are linked to East asian summer monsoon and Holocene climatic optimum.
Qinghai Xu mainly focuses on Physical geography, Pollen, Vegetation, Holocene and Climate change. His Physical geography research incorporates themes from Temperate climate, Drainage basin, Sediment, Land cover and Plateau. His Pollen study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Taxon, Kobresia, Evergreen and Deciduous.
The various areas that Qinghai Xu examines in his Vegetation study include Radiocarbon dating, Pleistocene, Younger Dryas, Spore and Arboreal locomotion. His studies deal with areas such as China, Monsoon, Chronology and Precipitation as well as Holocene. His studies in Climate change integrate themes in fields like Structural basin, Early Pleistocene and Quaternary.
Physical geography, Climate change, Holocene, Vegetation and East asian summer monsoon are his primary areas of study. His study in Physical geography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both East Asian Monsoon, History of China and Topsoil. The study incorporates disciplines such as Plant cover, Plateau and Canonical correspondence analysis in addition to Climate change.
His Holocene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Abundance, Land cover, Plant functional type, Monsoon and Hydrology. The concepts of his Vegetation study are interwoven with issues in Subtropics, Steppe, Pollen, Temperate climate and Temperate deciduous forest. His Pollen research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Structural basin, Quaternary, Deciduous, Early Pleistocene and Evergreen.
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Holocene vegetation variation in the Daihai Lake region of north-central China: a direct indication of the Asian monsoon climatic history
Jule Xiao;Qinghai Xu;Toshio Nakamura;Xiaolan Yang.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2004)
Palaeovegetation of China: a pollen data‐based synthesis for the mid‐Holocene and last glacial maximum
G. Yu;G. Yu;G. Yu;X. Chen;X. Chen;J. Ni;J. Ni;R. Cheddadi.
Journal of Biogeography (2000)
Past and future global transformation of terrestrial ecosystems under climate change
Connor Nolan;Jonathan T. Overpeck;Jonathan T. Overpeck;Judy R.M. Allen;Patricia M. Anderson.
Holocene precipitation and temperature variations in the East Asian monsoonal margin from pollen data from Hulun Lake in northeastern Inner Mongolia, China
Ruilin Wen;Jule Xiao;Zhigang Chang;Dayou Zhai.
Pollen-Based Quantitative Reconstruction of Holocene Climate Changes in the Daihai Lake Area, Inner Mongolia, China
Qinghai Xu;Jule Xiao;Yuecong Li;Fang Tian.
Journal of Climate (2010)
Holocene climate changes in the mid-high-latitude-monsoon margin reflected by the pollen record from Hulun Lake, northeastern Inner Mongolia.
Ruilin Wen;Jule Xiao;Zhigang Chang;Dayou Zhai.
Quaternary Research (2010)
Palynological evidence for the latest Oligocene−early Miocene paleoelevation estimate in the Lunpola Basin, central Tibet
Jimin Sun;Qinghai Xu;Weiming Liu;Zhenqing Zhang.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2014)
Comparison of climatic threshold of geographical distribution between dominant plants and surface pollen in China
Zhuo Zheng;KangYou Huang;KangYou Huang;QingHai Xu;HouYuan Lu.
Science in China Series D: Earth Sciences (2008)
East Asian pollen database: modern pollen distribution and its quantitative relationship with vegetation and climate
Zhuo Zheng;Jinhui Wei;Kangyou Huang;Qinghai Xu.
Journal of Biogeography (2014)
Differences of modern pollen assemblages from lake sediments and surface soils in arid and semi-arid China and their significance for pollen-based quantitative climate reconstruction
Yan Zhao;Qinghai Xu;Xiaozhong Huang;Xiaoli Guo.
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2009)
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