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ZHOU Zhekun's Group
Professor ZHOU Zhekun

  ZHOU Zhekun, Professor of botany and Paleobotany. Major research interests conducting interdisciplinary research across the fields of paleobotany, botany, and ecology, include 1) paleoenvironment and biodiversity change caused by major geological events such as the uplift of the Himalayas and the onset of the Asian monsoon system, and its corresponding effect on the distribution of plants;... More Content>>
Current Group Members
Group Leader:
  Prof. Dr. ZHOU Zhekun
  Group Members:
  Dr. CHEN Shaotian (associate Professor), 2006-2009
  Dr. JI Yunheng (associate Professor), 2006-2009
  Mr. CHEN Wenyun (Technician), 2006 to present
  Postdoctoral Fellows:
  Dr. Frédéric Jacque, National Museum of Natural History, Paris, France (2008-2009)
  Ph. D. Candidates:
  Mr. YU Wentao
  Mr. PU Chunxiao
  M... More Content>>
Major Research Achievements
1. Systematic Paleobotany
  We have recovered new fossil records that provide critical evidence of plant evolution in the Hengduan Mountains. Five Neogene floras were studied in detail and several well-preserved new fossil species were reported, e.g. Pinus prekesiya, Drynaria callispora and Sambucus areolatesemen (see publication list ).
  2. Neogene Paleoclimatology
  Our lab group has... More Content>>
  1. Jacques FMB, Guo S-X, Su T, Xing Y-W, Huang Y-J, Liu Y-S, Ferguson DK, Zhou Z-K*, 2011. Quantitative reconstruction of the Late Miocene monsoon climates of southwest China: a case study of the Lincang flora from Yunnan province. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 304 (3-4): 318-327.
  2. Su T, Jacques F M B, Liu Y-S, Xiang J-Y, Xing Y-W, Huang Y-J, Zhou Z-K*, 2011. A ne... More Content>>
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