1996- Professor, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1993-1996, Associate Professor, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1988-1993, Assistant Professor, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1983-1988, Research Associate, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2003: Ph.D., Ecology, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
1983: B. S., Forest Protection, Northeastern Forestry University
HONORS AND AWARDS
2001, Top ten Outstanding Youth in Liaoning Province
2000, Government Subsidies, the State Council
2000, The 4th Excellent Worker of Science and Technology in Liaoning province
1998, First Prize of Youth Science and Technology Award in Liaoning province
OUTSIDE PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
1996.03-1997.05, Visiting Scholarship, Dept. of Entomology, Hebrew University, Isreal (Prof. U. Gerson)
1993.04-1993.05; 1994.03-1994.06; 1995.01-1995.02, Visiting Scientist, Dept. of II Zoology, Vienna History Museum, Austria (Dr. H. Schoemann, Dr. M. Jaech)
1990.04-1991.06: Visiting Scientist, Dept. of Forest Protection, Austrian Federal Forestry Research Center (Dr. H. Schmutzenhofer), by Austrian Foreign Ministry
2011-2015, Ministy of Scienc and Technology of China, (2011BAD03A02), Endanged plant protection technology in Changbai Mountain, ￥550,000
2012-2014, Department of science and technology of Liaoning Province, The insecticideal and antibacterial activity and mechanism of action of essentianl oil from Asarum heterotropoides, ￥300,000
2009-2011, National Natural Science Foundation of China, (30970515), Effects of elevated carbon dioxide on leaf-feeding forest insects based on the simulation plant community, ￥420,000
2008-2011, Forestry Public Welfare Research Special Project, (200804023), SFA, Studies on the Impact of Climate Change on Forest Pests and the Adaptation Strategy in China—Relationship between forest and insect pests, ￥500,000
2007-2009, National Natural Science Foundation of China, (30670306), Effects of elevated CO2 on the gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) to forest trees, ￥290,000
2007-2009, Chinese Academy of Sciences, (KZCX1-SW-19), Taxonomic study on Dytistidae from China, ￥200,000
2006《Ecosystem Healthics-Theory and Application》, Liaoning Science and Technology Publishing Press, Shenyang
2002《Ecological Dynamics》, Science Press of China, Beijing
1995, 1998, 2003《WATER BEETLES OF CHINA》Vol. I,II,III, 572pp, Zoologisch-Botanische Gesellschaft in Oesterrech and Wiener Coleopterologenverein
2013 Bian, Guo & Ji, Allopachria yiae sp. n. from Chongqing, China (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae: Hydroporinae) ,Zootaxa, 3681 (1): 085–088.
2012 Bian & Ji, Notes on Chinese Allopachria Zimmermann, with descriptions of two new species from Guangxi (Coleoptera: Dytisicidae). Zootaxa, 3151: 28-34.
2012 Bian, Guo & Ji, Spider Beetle Ancyronyx Erichson firstly recorded from China, with description of one new species. Zootaxa, 3255: 57-61.
2011 Lan-Zhu Ji, Lin-Li An and Xiao-Wei Wang. Growth responses of gypsy moth larvae to elevated CO2: the influence of methods of insect rearing Insect Science 00, 1–10,
2011 Lanzhu Ji, Zhen Wang, Xiaowei Wang, Linli An. Forest Insect Pest Management and Forest Management in China:An Overview Environmental Management. 48:1107–1121
2010 Bian DJ, Ji LZ. Two new species of Cuspidevia Jäch & Boukal, 1995 from China (Coleoptera: Elmidae)Zootaxa, 2663: 53–58.
2010 Bian DJ, Ji LZ. Allopachria Zimmermann, 1924 from Jiangxi, China, with descriptions of two new species (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) Zootaxa, 2350: 59–65.
2009 Wang XW, Ji LZ, Zhang QH, Liu Y, Wang GQ. Effects of elevated CO2 on feeding preference and performance of the gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) larvae, Journal of Applied Entomology, 133 (1): 47-57.
2009 Bian DJ, Ji LZ. Two new species of Dytiscidae from Hainan, China. Colleopterists Bulletin. 63 (1): 35-40.
2008 Liu YB, Ji LZ, Jing TZ. Morphological and molecular characterization of Hydrocassis mongolica sp.n. (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae: Hydrophilinae) from China. Oriental Insects, 42: 173-184.
2008 Bian DJ, Ji LZ, A new species of Platambus from China (Coleoptera : Dytiscidae) Zootaxa, 1683 : 32-38.
2008 Wang XW, Ji LZ, Zhang QH, Liu Y, Wang GQ. Liu Y, Potential effects of elevated carbon dioxide on leaf-feeding forest insects, Front. Biol. China, 3(1): 68–77
2006 Wang XW, Ji LZ, Zhang QH, Liu Y, Effects of increased atmospheric CO2 on nutritional contents in poplar (Populus pseudo-simonii [Kitag.]) tissues and larval growth of gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar), Acta Ecologica Sinica, 26(10), 3166−3174.
2003 Wang Miao, Li Qiu-rong, Dai Li-min, Ji Lan-zhu. Response of seedlings of different tree species to elevated CO2 in Changbai Mountain. Journal of Forestry Research. 14(2): 112-116
2003 Dai Li-min, Li Qiu-rong, Wang Miao, JI Lan-zhu,Responses of the seedlings of five dominant tree species in Changbai Mountain to soil water stress, Journal of Forestry Research. 14(3): 191-196
2004 Xiao Dong-mei, Wang Miao, Wang Yue-si, JI Lan-zhu, Han Shi-jie. Fluxes of soil carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide and firedamp in broadleaved/Korean pine forest. Journal of Forestry Research. 15(2): 107-112
1998 Ji. L.& Schoedl, S. Faunistic notes on Hydrocassis and Ametor from China and Laos, with description of new species, 1998, In the Book “Water beetles of China” Vol II, 207-218, Editors: M.A. Jach & L. Ji,.
1998 Ji. L, Synopsis of the genus Eumetopus Balfour-Browne (Coleoptera), In the Book “Water beetles of China” Vol II, 195-205, Editors: M.A.Jach & L. Ji
1998 Ji. L. & Jaech, M. Description of Eupotemus gen. nov. (Coleoptera: Epimetopidae) and world check list of the species of Epimetopidae, Entomological Problems, 29(2): 95-97,
1998 Ji. L. & Wang, M. Check list of water beetles recorded from Changbai Mountain area, Journal of Forestry Research, 9(3): 223-225
1998 Jaech, M. & L. Ji. China water beetle survey, In the Book “Water beetles of China” Vol II, 1-23, Editors: M.A.Jach & L. Ji,
1996 Ji. L., S. Izraylevich, S. Gazit & U. Gerson. A sex-specific tri-trophic-level effect in a phoretic association, Exp. App. Acar.
1994 Ji. L., S. Izraylevich & U. Gerson.The mite Hemisacoptes sp. parasitizing willow oyster scale on poplars in Northern China, Exp. App. Acar., 18(10): 623-627,
1996 Ji. L., M. Wang, M. Zhao & M. Jach. Diversity of aquatic Coleopteran in forested and deforested areas of Changbai Mt. in Northeast China. Proceedings of the Symposium on Resources, Environment, and Sustainable Development in NE Asia and Its Adjacent Regions. 42-46.
1995 Jach, M.A. & L. Ji: I. Introduction. In the Book “Water beetles of China” Vol I, 5-32, Editors: M.A.Jach & L. Ji.
1995 Ji, L.: VI. Amphizoidae. In the Book “Water beetles of China” Vol I, 103-108, Editors: M.A.Jach & L. Ji
1995 Hebauer, F., Ji, L., Schodl, S. & H. Schonmann XI.1. Hydrophilidae: Check list of Hydrophilidae recorded from China and adjacent areas. In the Book “Water beetles of China” Vol I, 207-220, Editors: M.A.Jach & L. Ji.
1995 Schodl S. & Ji, L. Synopsis of Hydrocassis Deyrelle & Faimaire and Ametor Semenov, with description of three new species,In the Book “Water beetles of China” Vol I, 221-244, Editors: M.A.Jach & L. Ji.
1994 Ji. L., U. Gerson & S. Izraylevich. The mite Hemisarcoptes sp. (Astigmata: Hemisarcoptidae) parasitizing willow oyster scale (Homoptera: Diaspididae) on poplars in Northern China. Experimental & Applied Acarology, 18(10) 623-627
MEMBERSHIPS OR ACTIVITIES IN PROFENSSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
2013-present, Chairman of Ecological Society of Liaoning Province
2012-1997, Member of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference of Liaoning Province
2008- present, Executive member of Ecological Society of China
2006- present, Member of Entomological Society of China
2001- present, Vice Chairman of Entomological Society of Liaoning Province
2011- present, Editorial Board of Acta Ecological Sinica
2010- present, Editorial Board of Forest Pest and Disease of China
2006- present, Associate Editor of the Chinese Journal of Ecology