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肖春 教授 足球一世222814 北京市海淀区中关村南大街27号 

Email: cwxiao@muc.edu.cn

肖春旺,教授,博士生导师,中央民族大学高层次优秀人才,任职中央民族大学呼伦湖保护区草原生态试验站站长和中国民族地区环境资源保护研究所副所长。主要从事全球变化生态学和土壤生态学的研究,通过生态系统生态学、生物地球化学、稳定同位素生态学等多学科手段,结合野外调查取样、定位实验以及室内控制实验,探究森林和草地生态系统的地下碳循环过程(根系分泌物和周转、土壤有机质分解和形成、养分循环等)对全球变化(比如温度升高、降水格局改变、氮沉降增加)的响应和反馈。目前担任Journal of Plant Ecology副主编,Plants-Basel首席客座编委,主持编辑“Plant-Soil Interaction Response to Global Change”专刊,并且为Frontiers in Microbiology客座编委。

Chunwang Xiao, Professor, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Minzu University of China, 27 Zhongguancun South St, Haidian District, Beijing, Email: cwxiao@muc.edu.cn

Prof. Xiao is a PhD Supervisor and a high-level talent of Minzu University of China. He is the Director of the Hulun Lake Reserve grassland Ecology Research Station, Minzu University of China, and the Deputy Director of China Institute of Environmental & Resources Protection for Minority Areas. His research interests focus on global change ecology and soil ecology. He mainly explores the responses and feedbacks of belowground carbon cycling processes (root exudates and turnover, soil organic matter decomposition and formation, nutrient cycling, etc.) to global change in forest and grassland ecosystems (e.g., increased temperature, altered precipitation patterns, increased nitrogen deposition) through multidisciplinary approaches such as ecosystem ecology, biogeochemistry, and stable isotope ecology, combined with field sampling, localization experiments, and laboratory-controlled experiments. Prof. Xiao serves as an Associate Editor of Journal of Plant Ecology, a Chief Guest Editorial Board Member of Plants-Basel, presiding over the editing of the special issue of "Plant-Soil Interaction Response to Global Change", and a guest Editor of Frontiers in Microbiology.

Education

● 1998-2001 Ph.D. in Ecology, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

● 1992-1995 M.S. in Ecology, Southwest Normal University, China

● 1988-1992 B.S. in Geography, Southwest Normal University, China

Work Experience

● 2017- present Professor, College of Life and Environmental Sciences, Minzu University of China, China

● 2013-2017 Professor, State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

● 2003-2013 Associate Professor, State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

● 2002-2003 Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Antwerp, Belgium

● 2001-2003 Assistant Professor, State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

● 1995-1998 Lecturer, Department of Biology, Guizhou Normal University, China

Projects hosted

1. 2018.01-2021.12, National Natural Science Foundation of China, The characteristics of root exudates and their influencing mechanisms in the degradative process of typical grassland in Inner Mongolia (No. 31770501); Direct funding: ? 560,000.

2. 2016.07-2020.06, Thematic project of the National Key Research and Development Program of China, “The change rule and mechanism of root turnover in desertification grassland degradation”; funding: ? 550, 000.

3. 2014.01-2017.12, National Natural Science Foundation of China, The formation mechanisms of belowground organic carbon in broadleaved Korean pine forests along a latitudinal gradient in Northeast China (No. 31370462); funding: ? 800, 000.

4. 2011.01-2015.12, Thematic project of the Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Status, rate and potential of grassland carbon sequestration in Hunan-Guizhou Province (No. XDA0505040705); funding: ? 1, 200, 000.

5. 2011.01-2013.12, Free exploration project of the State Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental Change, Study on the mechanism of the effect of adding organic carbon on soil organic carbon content of Stipa krylovii grassland; funding: ? 250,000.

6. 2010.06-2014.12, Thematic project of the National Program on Key Basic Research Project (973 Program), Study on adaptability of typical forest vegetation in Northeast China to global change based on succession process; funding: ? 400,000.

7. 2010.01-2012.12, Topic project of the Knowledge Innovation Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Ecological functions of biological soil crusts and their microbial ecological processes in the shrub-encroached grasslands of the Ordos Plateau; funding: ? 350,000.

8. 2009.01-2013.12, Thematic project of the National Program on Key Basic Research Project (973 Program), Study on the formation process and transformation mechanism of belowground organic carbon in saline-alkali soil; funding: ? 550,000.

9. 2008.01-2010.12, Topic project of the Knowledge Innovation Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Photosynthetic carbon metabolism characteristics and productivity analysis of Populus euphratica in different habitats; funding: ? 400,000.

10. 2007.01-2012.12, Thematic project of the National Program on Key Basic Research Project (973 Program), Integrated assessment and management of ecosystem service functions in grassland and agro-pastoral ecotone; funding: ? 320,000.

11. 2006.01-2008.12, National Natural Science Foundation of China, Dynamics of fine roots and soil organic carbon in sub-tropical and warm temperate deciduous broadleaved forests (No. 30570297); funding: ? 240,000.

12. 2006.01-2010.12, Thematic project of Major Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China, Driving mechanism of productivity in the northeast transect; funding: ? 80,000.

13. 2006.01-2007.12, Advanced Programs for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars, Ministry of Personnel of China, Dynamics of fine roots and soil organic carbon turnover in warm temperate deciduous broad-leaved forests in China; funding: ? 20,000.

14. 2004.01-2005.12, Scientific Research Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars, State Education Ministry (SRF for ROCS, SEM), Productivity and Formation Mechanism of Artemisia orbiscus in Mu Us Sandy Land; funding: ? 30,000.

15. 2001.01-2005.12, Thematic project of Knowledge Innovation Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (Major Program), Study on root turnover of artemisia orbiscus in Mu Us Sandy Land; funding: ? 100,000.

16. 1998.01-2000.12, Natural Science Foundation of Guizhou Province of China, Study on the horizontal effect of interfering components of the neighbors of Pinus kwangtungensis in Maolan karst mountains (No. 97(3066)); funding: ? 15,000.

Papers(* represents corresponding author and # represents equal contribution author)

1. Chen X, Wang Y, Wang Y, Zhang Y, Shen Y, He X*, Xiao C*. A Natural Moisture Gradient Affects Soil Fungal Communities on the South Shore of Hulun Lake, Inner Mongolia, China. Journal of Fungi. 2023, 9:549

2. Zhao WZ, Chunwang Xiao CW*, Li MX, Xu L, Li X, Zhu XY, Cheng CJ, He NP*. Biogeographic patterns of sulfur in the vegetation of the Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences. 2023, 128:e2022JG007051

3. Li C, Xiao CW*, Li MX, Xu L, He NP, The quality and quantity of SOM determines the mineralization of recently added labile C and priming of native SOM in grazed grasslands. Geoderma, 2023, 432:116385

4. Lei X, Shen Y, Zhao J, Huang J, Wang H, Yu Y, Xiao C*. Root exudates mediate the processes of soil organic carbon input and efflux. Plants, 2023, 12:630

5. Shen X, Chen Y, Omedi JO, Oz E, Oz F, Xiao C*, Zhou Y, Chen J Zeng M*. The Effects of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) on the Formation of Heterocyclic Amines (HAs) in Meat Patties, under Different Smoking Temperatures and Durations. Foods 2022, 11:3687

6. Li C, Xiao CW*, Li MX, Xu L, He NP*. A global synthesis of patterns in soil organic matter and temperature sensitivity along the altitudinal gradient. Frontiers in Environmental Science. 2022, 10: 959292.

7. Zhao WZ, Xiao CW*, Li MX, Xu L, Li X, He NP*. Spatial variation and allocation of sulfur among major plant organs in China. Science of The Total Environment, 2022, 844:157155.

8. Zhao WZ, Xiao CW*, Li MX, Xu L, He NP*. Variation and adaptation in leaf sulfur content across China. Journal of Plant Ecology. 2022, 15: 743-755.

9. Chen X, Li Q, Chen DD, He FQ, Huo LL, Zhao L*, Xiao CW*. Reasonable management of perennial planting grassland contributes to positive succession of soil microbial community in Sanjiangyuan of Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, China. Journal of Plant Ecology. 2022, 15: 359-371.

10. Yu Y, Liu L, Zhao JN, Wang SC, Zhou YJ*, Xiao CW*. The Diversity of soil bacteria and fungi under altered nitrogen and rainfall patterns in a temperate steppe. Frontiers in Microbiology, 2022, 13:906818.

11. Li C, Xiao CW*, Guenet B, Li MX, Xu L, He NP*. Short-term effects of labile C addition on soil microbial response to temperature in a temperate steppe. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2022, 167:108589.

12. Li C, Liu L, Zheng L, Yu Y, Mushinski RM, Zhou Y*, Xiao CW*. Greater soil water and nitrogen availability increase C: N ratios of root exudates in a temperate steppe. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2021, 161:108384.

13. Yu Y, Liu L, Wang J, Zhang YS, Xiao CW*. Effects of warming on the bacterial community and its function in a temperate steppe. Science of The Total Environment,2021, 792:148409

14. Yu Y, Zheng L, Zhou YJ, Sang WG, Zhao JN, Liu L, Li C, Xiao CW*. Changes in soil microbial community structure and function following degradation in a temperate grassland. Journal of Plant Ecology, 2021, 14:384-397.

15. Shu H, Xiao CW, Ma T, Sang WG*, Ecological Health Assessment of Chinese National Parks Based on Landscape Pattern: A Case Study in Shennongjia National Park. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2021, 18:11487.

16. Wang ZP*, Han SJ, Zheng YH, Zhang XM, Wu HH*, Cui JF, Xiao CW, Han XG. Fencing facility affects plant species and soil organic carbon in temperate steppes. Catena, 2021, 196:104928.

17. Zhang YS, Wu HH, Ke YG, Cao YB, Zhao JL, Yu Q, Xiao CW*. Regulation Mechanism of Combination of Super Absorbent Polymers and Lignin Crust on Vegetation Restoration in Sandy Grassland. Bulletin of Soil and Water Conservation, 2021, 41(02):142-148.

18. Shen X, Yang F, Xiao CW*, Zhou Y*. Increased contribution of root exudates to soil carbon input during grassland degradation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2020, 146:107817.)

19. Yan P, Xiao CW#, Xu L,Yu GR, Li A, Piao SL, He NP*. Biomass energy in China’s terrestrial ecosystems: Insights into the nation’s sustainable energy supply. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2020, 127:109857.

20. Li HL, Zhang XM, Deng FD, Han XG, Xiao CW*, Han SJ, Wang ZP*. Microbial methane production is affected by secondary metabolites in the heartwood of living trees in upland forests. Trees structure and Function, 2020, 34:243-253.

21. Wang YJ, Zhao JN, Yu Y, Zhang JL, Zhang YS, Feng JC, Xiao CW*. Characteristics and Influence Factors of Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Content in Gmelin larch Forests at Different Latitudes. Journal of Minzu University of China (Natural Science Edition), 2020, (02):13-20.

22. Zhao JN, Liang Y, Wang YJ, Yang QR, Xiao CW*. Patterns and Influence Factors of Fine Root Turnover in Forest Ecosystems. Bulletin of Botany, 2020, 55:308-317.

23. He NP#*, Li Y#, Liu CC, Xu L, Li MX, Zhang JH, He JS, Tang ZY, Han XG, Ye Q, Xiao CW, Yu Q, Liu SR, Sun W, Niu SL, Li SG, Sack L*, Yu GR*. Plant trait networks: improved resolution of the dimensionality of adaptation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 2020, 35:908-918.

24. Zhang JH, He NP*, Liu CC, Xu L, Chen Z, Li Y, Wang RM, Yu GR, Sun W, Xiao CW, Chen HYH, Reich PB. Variation and evolution of C:N ratio among different organs enable plants to adapt to N-limited environments. Global Change Biology, 2020, 26:2534-2543.

25. Liu L, Yang F, Wang Y, Shen X, Janssens IA, Guenet B*, Xiao C*. Fine-root turnover, litterfall and soil microbial community of three mixed coniferous-deciduous forests dominated by Korean pine (Pinus koraiensis) along a latitudinal gradient. Frontiers in Plant Science, 2019, 10:1298.

26. Yang KZ, Zhu LL, Wang HZ, Jiang M, Xiao CW, Hu XY, Vanneste S, Dong J, Le J*. A conserved but plant-specific CDK-mediated regulation of DNA replication protein A2 in the precise control of stomatal terminal division. PNAS, 2019, 116:18126-18131.

27. Wang ZP*, Zhang L, Wang B, Hou LY, Xiao CW, Zhang XM, Han XG. Dissolved methane in groundwater of domestic wells and its potential emissions in arid and semi-arid regions of Inner Mongolia, China. Science of the Total Environment, 2018, 626:1193–1199.

28. Xiao C*#, Zhou Y#, Su J and Yang F. Effects of Plant Functional Group Loss on Soil Microbial Community and Litter Decomposition in a Steppe Vegetation. Frontiers of Plant Science, 2017, 8:2040.

29. Xiao CW*, Yang F, Liu JY, Zhou Y, Su JQ, Liang Y, Pei ZQ. Advances in Input and Output Processes of Below-ground Carbon of Terrestrial Ecosystems. Bulletin of Botany, 2017, 52:652-668.

30. Zhou Y, Clark M, Su JQ, Xiao CW*. Litter decomposition and soil microbial community composition in three Korean pine (Pinus koraiensis) forests along an altitudinal gradient. Plant and Soil. 2015. 386:171-183.

31. Xiao CW, Gue net B, Zhou Y, Su JQ, Janssens IA. Priming of soil organic matter decomposition scales linearly with microbial biomass response to litter input in steppe vegetation. Oikos. 2015. 124:649-657.

32. Xiao C*, Janssens IA, Zhou Y, Su J, Liang Y, Guenet B. Strong stoichiometric resilience after litter manipulation experiments; a case study in a Chinese grassland. Biogeosciences. 2015. 12:757-767.

33. Zhou Y, Su JQ, Janssens IA, Zhou GS, Xiao CW*. Fine root and litterfall dynamics of three Korean pine (Pinus koraiensis) forests along an altitudinal gradient. Plant and Soil. 2014. 374:19-32.

34. Zhang JL, Zhou Y, Zhou GS, Xiao CW*. Composition and structure of Pinus koraiensis mixed forest respond to spatial climatic changes. Plos One. 2014. 9:e97192.

35. Zhang JL, Zhou Y, Zhou GS, Xiao CW*. Structure and composition of natural Gmelin larch (Larix gmelinii var. gmelinii) forests in response to spatial climatic changes. PLOS ONE. 2013. 8:e66668.

36. Zhou Y, Pei ZQ, Su JQ, Zhang JL, Zheng YR, Ni J, Xiao CW*, Wang RZ*. Comparing Soil Organic Carbon Dynamics in Perennial Grasses and Shrubs in a Saline-Alkaline Arid Region, Northwestern China. Plos One. 2012. 7: e42927.

37. Ma LN, Huang WW, Guo CY, Wang RZ*, Xiao CW*. Soil microbial properties and plant growth responses to carbon and water addition in a temperate steppe: the importance of nutrient availability. Plos One. 2012. 7: e35165.

38. Pei ZQ, Xiao CW*, Dong D, Zhang SR. Comparison of the fine root dynamics of Populus euphratica forests in different habitats in the lower reaches of the Tarim River in Xinjiang, China, during the growing season. Journal of Forest Research. 2012. 17:343-351.

39. Pei ZQ, Zhou Y, Zheng YR, Xiao CW*. Contribution of fine root turnover to the soil organic carbon cycling in a Reaumuria soongorica community in an arid ecosystem of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China. Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, 2011, 35:1182-1191.

40. Zhu JD, Meng TT, Ni J, Su HX, Xie ZQ, Zhang SR, Zheng YR, Xiao CW*. Within-leaf allometric relationships of mature forests in different bioclimatic zones vary with plant functional types. Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, 2011, 35 (7): 687-698

41. Xiao CW*, Janssens IA, Sang WG, Wang RZ, Xie ZQ, Pei ZQ, Yi Y. Belowground carbon pools and dynamics in China’s warm temperate and sub-tropical deciduous forests. Biogeosciences. 2010. 7:275-287.

42. Li CP, Sun OJ, Xiao CW, Han XG. Differences in net primary productivity among contrasting habitats in Artemisia ordosica rangeland of northern China. Rangeland Ecology & Management, 2009, 62:345-350.

43. Xiao CW*, Sang WG, Wang RZ. Fine root dynamics and turnover rate in an Asia white birch forest of Donglingshan Mountain, China. Forest Ecology and Management. 2008.255:765-773.

44. Wang RZ*, Chen L, Bai YG, Xiao CW. 2008. Seasonal dynamics in resource partitioning to growth and storage in response to drought in a perennial rhizomatous grass, Leymus chinensis. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 27:39-48.

45. Xiao CW, Janssens IA, Liu P, Zhou ZY, Sun OJ*. Irrigation and enhanced soil carbon input effects on below-ground carbon cycling in semiarid temperate grasslands. New Phytologist. 2007. 174:835-846.

46. Li CP, Xiao CW*. Above- and belowground biomass of Artemisia ordosica communities in three contrasting habitats of the Mu Us desert, northern China. Journal of Arid Environments. 2007. 70:195-207.

47. Li CP, Li G, Xiao CW*. The Application of Allometric Relationships in Biomass Estimation in Terrestrial Ecosystems. World SCI-TECH R&D, 2007(02):51-57.

48. Xiao CW, Janssens IA, Curiel Yuste J, Ceulemans R*. Variation of specific leaf area and upscaling to leaf area index in mature Scots pine. Trees-Structure and Function. 2006. 20:304-310.

49. Xiao CW*, Sun OJ, Zhou GS, Zhao JZ, Wu G. Interactive effects of elevated CO2 and drought stress on leaf water potential and growth in Caragana intermedia. Trees-Structure and Function. 2005. 19:711-720.

50. Curiel Yuste J, Kon?pka B, Janssens IA, Coenen K, Xiao CW, Ceulemans R. Contrasting net primary productivity and carbon sink strength between neighboring stands of Quercus robur (L.) and Pinus sylvestris (L.). Tree Physiology, 2005. 25:701-712.

51. Xu ZZ, Zhou GS*, Xiao CW, Wang YH. Interactive Effects of Doubled Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations and Soil Drought on Whole Plant Carbon Allocation in Two Dominant Desert Shrubs. Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, 2005. 29 (2): 281-288.

52. Chi HK*, Zhou GS, Xu ZZ, Xiao CW, Yuan WP. Apparent Reflectance and It's Applications in Vegetation Remote Sensing. Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, 2005. 29 (1): 74-80.

53. Xiao CW, Ceulemans R*. Allometric relationships for needle area in young Scots pines: needles, branches and trees. Forestry. 2004. 77:369-382.

54. Xiao CW, Ceulemans R*. Allometric relationships for below- and aboveground biomass of young Scots pines. Forest Ecology and Management. 2004. 203:177-186.

55. Xu ZZ, Zhou GS*, Xiao CW, Wang YH. Responses of two dominated desert shrubs to soil drought under doubled CO2 condition. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2004.24(10): 2186-2191.

56. Xiao CW, Curiel-Yuste J, Janssens IA, Roskams P, Nachtergale L, Carrara A, Sanchez BY, Ceulemans R*. Above- and belowground biomass and net primary production in a 73-year-old Scots pine forest. Tree Physiology. 2003. 23:505-516.

57. Zhou GS, Wang YF, Xiao CW, Xu ZZ, Jiang YL. Northeast China transect and Global Change ---- Drought, Human Activities and Terrestrial Ecosystems. 2002. Beijing: Meteorological Press.

58. Xiao CW*, Zhang XS. Study on the Effect of Simulated Pregipitation Change on the Physiological Ecology Process for Artemisia Ordosica Seedlings in Maowusu Sandland. Scientia Silvae Sinicae, 2001. 37(1):15-22.

59. Xiao CW*, Zhou GS. Study on the Water Balance in Three Dominant Plants with Simulated Precipitation Change in Maowusu Sandland. Acta Botanica Sinica. 2001. 43:82-88.

60. Xiao CW*, Zhou GS. Effect of simulated precipitation change on growth, gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence of Caragana intermedia in Maowusu sandland. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology, 2001.12(5):692-696.

61. Xiao CW*. Effect of light interception ratio of neighbors on module growth of pinus kwangtangensis. Journal of Guizhou Normal University, 2000.18(2):10-12.

62. Ding ZJ, Xiao CW*, Wu YJ, Wang CR, Wang CL. A study of neighborhood interference intensity of pinus kwangtungensis in maolan karst mountain forest. Journal of Guizhou Normal University, 2000,18(2):13-16.

63. Xiao CW*, Liu YC. Ecological Adaptation of Gordonia acuminata Seedlings in Different Light Environments. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 1999. 19(3):422-426.

64. Xiao CW*. Nicotine effect on foraging behavior and poisoning effect of Pieris canidia saparrman larva. China Environmental Science. 1999,19(6):544-547.

65. Xiao CW*, Liu YC. Influence of Resouce Availability of Phosphorus on the Growth of Module of Godinia Acuminata Seedlings. Journal of Guizhou Normal University, 1998. 16(1): 8-13.

66. Wu K, Xiao CW*. Bacteriost Asis of Four Bryophta Plants. Journal of Guizhou Normal University, 1998,16(4):25-28.

67. Gu YH*, Xiao CW, Li DH, Liao LL. The preliminary study on mercury content of fishes in middle-upper reaches of Wujiang River. China Environmental Science. 1998,18(6):544-547.

68. Xiao CW*, Liu YC. Characteristics of Adaptation of Gordonia Acuminata Seedlings to Different Neighbors. Chinese Journal of Plant Ecology, 1997. 21(3):274-284.

69. Xiao CW*, Liu N, Yi Y, Chen RR. Studies on distribution pattern of Myrica Nana Cheval Population of Panxian District, GuiZhou Provice. Journal of Guizhou Normal University, 1997. 15(2):37-41.

70. Li YX, Ke WS, Liu YC, Xiao CW, Peng XY. The Floristic Analysis of Plants in Mountain Simian in Chongqing. Journal of Chongqing Normal University, 1996,(02):77-83

Guiding undergraduate students to win awards

1. Prof. Xiao guided Wang Jing, a 2019 undergraduate student from Minzu University of China, to win the first prize of the 7th China Undergraduate Life Sciences Contest (2022, Innovation and Entrepreneurship) in August 2022. The title of the award was effects of warming on the bacterial community and its function in a temperate steppe.

2. Prof. Xiao guided Jianing Zhao, a 2017 undergraduate student from Minzu University of China, to win the second prize of the 5th China Undergraduate Life Sciences Contest (2020, Innovation and Entrepreneurship) in August 2020. The title of the award was patterns and Influence Factors of Fine Root Turnover.

3. Prof. Xiao guided Jianing Zhao, a 2017 undergraduate student from Minzu University of China, to win the third prize of the 5th Beijing College Students Biology Experiment Design Competition in October 2019. The title of the award was influence factors of global warming on root Exudates of typical temperate steppes and its mechanism.

Supervising graduate students

● Graduated graduate students:

1. Pei Zhiqin, 2008-2011 M.S. in Ecology

2. Zhou Yong, 2009-2012 M.S. in Ecology

3. Zhang Jingli, 2011-2014 Ph.D. in Ecology

4. Su Jiaqi, 2011-2014 M.S.in Ecology

5. Liang Yun, 2014-2017 M.S.in , Ecology

6. Yang Fan, 2015-2019 M.S.in Ecology

7. Shu Hang, 2018-2022 Ph.D. in Ethnoecology

8. Liu Lu, 2018-2021 M.S. in Ecology

9. Gao Yang, 2018-2021 M.S. in Biology

10. Zhang Yusu, 2019-2022 M.S. in Ecology

● Postgraduate students:

1. Wang Yujue, M.S. and Ph.D. student in Ecology and Ethnoecology in 2017

2. Zheng Lang, Ph.D. student in Ethnoecology in 2018

3. Yu Yang, Ph.D. student in Ethnoecology in 2019,

4. Li Chao, Ph.D. student in Ethnoecology in 2019

5. Zhao Wenzong, Ph.D. student in Ethnoecology in 2019

6. Shen Xing, Ph.D. student in Ethnoecology in 2019

7. Chen Xin, Ph.D. student in Ethnoecology in 2020

8. Wang Zijia, M.S. student in Ecology in 2020

9. Shen Yuting, Ph.D .student in Ethnoecology in 2021

10. Lei Xue, M.S. student in Ecology in 2021

11. Wang Shuchen, M.S. student in Ecology in 2021

12. Liu Yuhan, M.S. student in Ecology in 2022

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