Li Suping


Details of the Faculty or Staff

Address: Institute of Geology,Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences Baiwanzhuang Road 26, Beijing, 100037 P.R. China


Phone: 010-68995116 

Education Experience

  • 9 / 2005 – 7 / 2010 Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Paleobotany.; Ph.D.
  • 9 / 2001 – 7 / 2005 Yunnan University, Environmental Sciences.; B.S.

Professional Experience

1 / 2017 – present Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences.; Associate professor.

12 / 2012 – 12 / 2016 Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences.; Assistant research fellow.

9 / 2010 – 12 / 2012 Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences.; Postdoctor.

Research interests

  • palynology, stratigraphic paleontology

Awards and Honors, Academic posts

Scientific Research Projects

  1. Youth Science Fund Project of National Natural Science Foundation, Project No.: 31500183, Palynology research on Pleistocene Karst Cave Debris and Reconstruction of Paleoecological Environment, January 2016-December 2018, host.
  2. Ministry of Land and Resources China Geological Survey Project, Project No.: 121201102000150006, Palaeogene Pollen Database Establishment, January 2016-December 2018, topic presider.
  3. Basic Work Subject of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Project No.: 2015FY310100, Establishment of China Standard Stratum - Perfection of China Chronostratigraphic Chart, January 2015-December 2019, participant.
  4. 4Ministry of Land and Resources China Geological Survey Project, Project No.: 12120114026701, Typical Profile Protection and Standardization Research in China, January 2014-December 2016, participant.


  1. Li S.P., Li J.F., Wu Z.J., Yao J.X., 2016. Climatic and Environmental Changes of the Lugu Lake Area During the Late Holocene. Acta Geologica Sinica, 90 (8): 1998-2012.
  2. Li S.P., Yao P.Y., Li J.F., Ferguson D.K., Min L.R., Chi Z.Q., Wang Y., Yao J.X., Sha J.G., 2016. Freshwater fossil pearls from the Nihewan Basin, early Early Pleistocene. Plos One, 11(10): e0164083.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0164083.
  3. Li S.P., Li J.F., Ferguson D.K., Wang N.W., He X.X., Yao J.X, 2014. Palynological analysis of the late Early Pleistocene sediments from Queque Cave in Guangxi, South China. Quaternary International, 354 (1): 24–34. 
  4. Li S.P., Ferguson D.K., Wang Y., Li J.F., Yao J.X., 2013. Climate reconstruction based on pollen analysis in Inner Mongolia, North China from 51.9 to 30.6 kaBP. Acta Geologica Sinica (English Edition), 87 (5): 1444–1459.
  5. Li S.P., Hu Y.Q., Ferguson D.K., Yao J.X., Li C.S.,2013. Pollen dispersal in a mountainous area based on pollen analysis of four natural trap types from Lugu Lake, southwest China. Journal of Systematics and Evolution,51 (4): 413–425.
  6. Li S.P., Ochyra R., Wu P.C., Seppelt R.D., Cai M.H., Wang H.Y., Li C.S. , 2009. Drepanocladus longifolius (Amblystegiaceae), an addition to the moss flora of King George Island, South Shetland Islands, with a review of Antarctic benthic mosses. Polar Biology, 32: 1415–1425.