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People
Name:
Shi Gongle
Education:
Ph.D.
Research direction:
 
Academic
title:
Associate Professor
Postal Code:
210008
Subject
categories:
palaeontology
Mailing
Address:
39 East Beijing Road, Nanjing, 210008, China
E-mail:
glshi@nigpas.ac.cn

Resume:

EMPLOYMENT: 

  2011:      Research Associate. Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, CAS.  

  2015:      Associate Professor. Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, CAS. 

EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:  

  2014–2015: Associate Research Scientist, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University. 

  2013–2014: Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University. 

  2011:       Ph.D. in Paleontology & Stratigraphy. Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, CAS. 

  2007:      M.Sc. in Paleontology & Stratigraphy. Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, CAS. 

  2004:      B.Sc. in Biological Sciences. Nanjing University. 

RESEARCH INTERESTS:  

  Origin, phylogeny and biogeographic history of major groups of extant seed plants  

  Origin and evolution of Asian tropical rainforests  

  Origin and evolution of modern plant diversity in South China 

 

Direction:

  Origin, phylogeny and biogeographic history of major groups of extant seed plants  

  Origin and evolution of Asian tropical rainforests  

  Origin and evolution of modern plant diversity in South China 

Achievements:
Publications:

       (28) Herrera F., Shi G., Ichinnorov N., Takahashi M., Bugdaeva E.V., Herendeen P.S., Crane P.R., 2017. The presumed ginkgophyte Umaltolepis has seed-bearing structures resembling those of Peltaspermales and Umkomasiales. PNAS 114, E2385–E2391. 

  (27) Shi G., Herrera F., Herendeen P.S., Leslie A.B., Ichinnorov N., Takahashi M., Crane P.R., 2017. Leaves of Podozamites and Pseudotorellia from the Early Cretaceous of Mongolia: stomatal patterns and implications for relationships. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, DOI: 10.1080/14772019.2016.1274343. 

  (26) Wu F., Miao D., Chang M., Shi G., Wang N., 2017. Fossil climbing perch and associated plant megafossils indicate a warm and wet central Tibet during the late Oligocene. Scientific Report, in press. 

  (25) Huang J., Shi G., Su T., Zhou Z., 2017. Miocene Exbucklandia (Hamamelidaceae) from Yunnan, China: Revelation of its biogeography and palaeoecology. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology DOI: 10.1016/j.revpalbo.2016.10.004 

  (24) Herrera F., Shi G., Knopf P., Leslie A.B., Ichinnorov N., Takahashi M., Crane P.R., Herendeen P.S., 2017. Cupressaceae Conifers from the Early Cretaceous of Mongolia. International Journal of Plant Sciences 178, 1941. 

  (23) Herrera F., Leslie A.B., Shi G., Knopf P., Ichinnorov N., Takahashi M., Crane P.R., Herendeen P.S., 2016. New fossil Pinaceae from the Early Cretaceous of Mongolia. Botany 94, 885915. 

  (22) Wang B., Xia F., Engel M.S., Perrichot V., Shi G., Zhang H., Chen J., Jarzembowski E.A., Wappler T., Rust J., 2016. Debris-carrying camouflage among diverse lineages of Cretaceous insects. Science Advances 2 : e1501918. DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1501918  

  (21) Quan C., Fu Q., Shi G., Liu Y., Li L., Liu X., Jin J., 2016. First Oligocene mummified plant Lagerstätte at the low latitudes of East Asia. Science China Earth Science 59, 445448. 

  (20) Lin Y., Wong W.O., Shi G., Shen S., Li Z., 2015. Bilobate leaves of Bauhnia (Leguminosae, Caesalpinioideae, Cercideae) from the middle Miocene of Fujian Province, southeastern China, and their biogeographic implications. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15:252. DOI 10.1186/s12862-015-0540-9. 

  (19) Herrera F., Shi G., Leslie A.B., Knopf P., Ichinnorov N., Takahashi M., Crane P.R., Herendeen P.S., 2015. A new Voltzian seed cone from the Early Cretaceous of Mongolia and its implications for the evolution of ancient conifers. International Journal of Plant Sciences 176(8), 791-809. 

  (18) Jacques F.M.B., Shi G., Su T., Zhou Z., 2015. A tropical forest of the middle Miocene of Fujian (SE China) reveal Sino-Indian biogeographic affinities. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 216, 76-91. 

  (17) Shi G., Xie Z., Li H., 2014. High diversity of Lauraceae from the Oligocene of Ningming, South China. Palaeoworld 23, 336-356. 

  (16) Wang B., Rust J., Engel M.S., Szwedo J., Dutta S., Nel A., Fan Y., Meng F., Shi G., Jarzembowski E.A., Wappler T., Stebner F., Fang Y., Mao L., Zheng D., Zhang H., 2014. A diverse paleobiota in early Eocene Fushun amber from China. Current Biology 24, 1606-1610. 

  (15) Shi G., Dutta S., Paul S., Wang B., Jacques F.M.B., 2014. Terpenoid compositions and botanical origin of Late Cretaceous and Miocene amber from China. PLoS ONE, 9(10), e111303. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0111303 

  (14) Shi G., Leslie A.B., Herendeen P.S., Ichinnorov N., Takahashi M., Knopf P., Crane P.R., 2014. Whole-plant reconstruction and phylogenetic relationship of Elatides zhoui sp. nov. (Cupressaceae) from the Early Cretaceous of Mongolia. International Journal of Plant Sciences 175, 911–930. 

  (13) Song Z., Shi G., Chen Y., Wang Q., 2014. Winged fruits of Ailanthus (Simaroubaceae) from the Oligocene Ningming Formation of Guangxi, and their taxonomic and biogeographic implications. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 53, 191-200. 

  (12) Shi G., Jacques F.M.B., Li H., 2014. Winged fruits of Shorea (Dipterocarpaceae) from the Miocene of Southeast China: Evidence for the northward extension of dipterocarps during the Mid-Miocene Climatic Optimum. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 200, 97-107. 

  (11) Jacques F.M.B., Shi G., Li H., Wang W., 2014. An early–middle Eocene Antarctic summer monsoon: Evidence of ‘fossil climates’. Gondwana Research 25, 1422-1428. 

  (10) Jacques F.M.B., Shi G., Wang W., 2013. Neogene zonal vegetation of China and the evolution of the winter monsoon. Bulletin of Geosciences 88 (1), 175-193. 

  (9)   Shi G., Zhou Z., Xie Z., 2012. A new Oligocene Calocedrus from South China and its implications for transpacific floristic exchanges. American Journal of Botany 99, 108-120. 

  (8)   El-Soughier M.I., Mehrotra R.C., Zhou Z., Shi G., 2011. Nypa fruits and seeds from the Maastrichtian-Danian sediments of Bir Abu Minqar, South Western Desert, Egypt. Palaeoworld 20, 75-83. 

  (7)   Jacques F.M.B., Shi G., Wang W., 2011. Reconstruction of Neogene zonal vegetation in South China using the Integrated Plant Record (IPR) analysis. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 307, 272-284. 

  (6)   Shi G., Zhou Z., Xie Z., 2011. Cupressus foliage shoots and associated seed cones from the Oligocene Ningming Formation of Guangxi, South China. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 166, 325-334. 

  (5)   Shi G., Li H., 2010. A fossil fruit wing of Dipterocarpus from the middle Miocene of Fujian, China and its palaeoclimatic significance. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 162, 599-606. 

  (4)   Shi G., Zhou Z., Xie Z., 2010. A new Cephalotaxus and associated epiphyllous fungi from the Oligocene of Guangxi, South China. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 161, 179-195. 

  (3)   Li L., Zhu C., Li L, Zhao Q., Shi G., Zheng C., Fan C., 2009. Evidence for marine transgression between 7500-5400 BC at the Luotuodun Site in Yixing, Jiangsu Province. Journal of Geographical Sciences 19, 671-680. 

  (2)   Shi G., Zhang B.L., Leng Q., Wang L., Jiang Q., 2008. A Holocene plant fossil lägerstatten discovered from Qingdao, China. Quaternary Sciences 28, 762-768. 

  (1)   Leng Q., Fan S., Wang L., Yang H., Lai X., Cheng D., Ge J., Shi G., Jiang Q., Liu X., 2007. Database of native Metasequoia glyptostroboides trees in China based on new census surveys and expeditions. Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Nautural History 48, 185-233. 

    

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