Gang Li is a visiting scholar from Northwest University (Associate Professor, China) who is engaged in scientific research on locust outbreak and environmental change in historical China based on several grants from China. In Heidelberg he is working on a joint research topic: “interaction process and response mechanism between locust breeding area evolution and watershed system change in the Eastern Monsoon Region of China during the historical period”. This study is expected to offer historical reference and scientific foundation for future eco-environmental protection, disaster risk assessment and disaster reduction strategies.
- Li Gang. Locusts, Climate and Society [M].Beijing: China Environment Press, 2014.
- Kong Dongyan, Gang Li*, Hai Chen. Spatial-temporal characteristics and environmental mechanism of locust outbreak in Hebei area during Ming and Qing Dynasties[J]. Journal of Paleogeography, 2017(in Press).
- Li Gang, Kong Dongyan, Li Fengqing, et al. Reviews and prospects on studies of locust breeding area evolution and watershed system change in China during the historical period[J]. Tropical Geography, 2016 (in Press).
- Kong Dongyan, Gang Li*, Fengqing Li. A case study of the multi-disasters during 1689-1693 in China with a focus on drought and locust[J]. Journal of Lanzhou University, 2016 (in Press).
- Kong Dongyan, Gang Li*, Huijuan Wang.Ttide disasters in coastal areas of China during the Ming and Qing Dynasties[J].Journal of Natural Disasters, 2016,25(5):1-9.
- Li Gang, Huijuan Wang, Dongyan Kong, et al. Current characteristics and future trends of geographic research in China: A bibliometrics perspective [J]. Progress In Geography, 2016, 35(5): 537-553.
- Gou Siyuan, Gang Li*, Kexin Zhang. Space-time behavior of “tourists” based on self-media platform: a case study of the Professor W’s "circle of friends" on WeChat[J].Tourism Tribune, 2016,31(8):71-80.
- Li Gang, Qian Liu, Huijuan Wang, et al. Spatial-temporal characteristics and environmental response of locust outbreaks in Jiangsu Province during the past 1000 years [J].Journal of Natural Disasters, 2015,24(5):184-198.
- Li Gang, Xiang Yan, Huijuan Wang. Basic characteristics and control countermeasures of child trafficking crime in China [J]. Social Science in China (Internal Document), 2015,(5):65-79.
- Li Gang, Qian Liu, Xinjun Yang, et al.Spatial-temporal characteristics of locust plague in Henan Province during Ming and Qing Dynasties and their relationship with climate change[J].Journal of Natural Disasters, 2015,24(1):66-76.
- Li Gang, Xinjun Yang, Qian Liu, et al. Destination island effects: A theoretical framework for environmental impact assessment of human tourism activities [J]. Tourism Management Perspectives, 2014, 10:11-18.
- Ding Rui, Gang Li*, Tongsheng Li, et al. Ecological vulnerable group’s medical preference and behaviors in xi' an [J].Human Geography, 2013, 28(2): 84-90.
- Li Gang, Xinjun Yang, Nai-ang Wang, et al. Tourist Destination Multi-Island Effects: Concepts, Principles, Methods and Prospects. In: China Tourism Academy. China Tourism Reviews 2012 [C]. Beijing: Tourism Education Press, 2012: 142-156.
- Li Gang. Adapting the Urban Poor to Abrupt Climate Change in China: A Case Study of Xi’an, EPU Annual Report 2011, 2012: D12-14.
- Li Gang, Nai-ang Wang, Zhuolun Li. Study on Social Influence, Environmental Significance and Ecological Explanation of the Dynamics of Locust Plagues in China During the Historical Period[J].Progress in Geography, 2010,29(11):1357-1366.
- Li Gang. An Integrated Study on Record Characteristics and Environmental Significance of Locust Plagues in China during the Historical Period[D].Lanzhou: Doctoral Dissertation of Lanzhou University, 2008.
- Li Gang, Wang Nai-ang, Wang Hai, et al. Occurring Frequencies of Locust Plagues and Droughts: A New proxy to Reconstruct Historical Climate Change. In: Northwest Environment Development Center of Shaanxi Normal University. Historical Environment and Cultural Evolution[C].Beijing: The Commercial Press,2005: 89-99.
- Li Gang, Wang Nai-ang, Cheng Hongyi, et al. Reconstruction of the Dry/Wet Climate Change in Shaanxi during the last 450 years from the index of Decade-Scale Occurring Frequencies of Insect Plagues and Droughts[J].Arid Land Geography, 2004,27(2):154-160.