陈汉
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    名:陈汉     

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出生年月:19634

    称:教授

研究方向:森林生态学       

学科专长:生物多样性与生态系统功能

EMAILhchen1@lakeheadu.ca

通信地址:福州市仓山区上三路32           

    编:350007

个人概况:陈汉教授,男, 1963 4月生,安徽合肥人。地理科学学院教授、博士生导师,2018 年入选福建省第6批百人计划。主持多项加拿大自然科学和工程基金(NSERC)以及加拿大国家卓越中心-森林可持续管理网络(NCE-SFMN)项目,主持和参与项目经费累计达1500万加元。 作为全球森林生物多样性倡议(http// www.gfbinitiative.org/)引导委员会成员和主要调查员之一,陈汉教授长期致力于大空间和长时间尺度上全球气候变化对森林生物多样性、生态功能和营养物质动态的影响研究,深化和完善了生物多样性维持机制与碳氮磷生物地球化学循环的相关理论,对森林生态系统的可持续管理方面做出了突出贡献。近5年来发表了100余篇有国际影响力的研究成果,包括在顶级期刊上,如 Science, Nature Climate Change, Nature Communications, Ecology Letters, The ISME Journal, Global Change Biology, Journal of Ecology 等多篇论文,总引用量已达8592次,在重要的国际学术会议上做学术报告超过 200 (http://hchen.lakeheadu.ca/)

教育经历:

1993/1-1997/1

University of British Columbia,森林生态学专业,博士

1987/8-1990/6

南京林业大学,森林生态学专业,硕士

1979/9-1982/7

合肥林校,森林经营管理专业,学士

科研与学术工作经历:

2018/4-至今 金沙澳门登录网站,地理科学学院,教授

2014/7-至今 Lakehead University,自然资源管理系,讲席教授

2008/7-至今 Lakehead University,自然资源管理系,教授(终身)

2006/7-2008/6 Lakehead University,自然资源管理系,副教授(终身)

2003/8-2006/6 Lakehead University,自然资源管理系,助理教授

1998/10-2003/9 加拿大安大略省自然资源部,高级森林管理专家

1997/7-1999/3 加拿大不列颠哥伦比亚省林业署,研究咨询专家

1997/2-1998/9 加拿大不列颠哥伦比亚省林业署,博士后

学术兼职:

2016年至今《Journal of Ecology》副主编

 

研究方向:植物多样性损失和全球气候变化对生态功能和营养物质动态的影响研究

科研项目:按时间倒排序,含主持或参与,在研或结题等。格式:项目类别,批准号,名称,研究起止年月,获资助金额,项目状态(已结题或在研等),主持或参加。

  1. 国家自然科学基金面上项目,31971548,亚热带森林不同恢复模式的生态恢复过程与机制,2020/01-2023/1258万元,在研,主持

  2. 福建省高层次创业创新人才“百人计划”,2018/1-2021/12200万元,在研,主持

  3. 福建省高等学校科技创新团队,森林植物多样性与土壤生物学过程,2019.01-2021.12100万元,在研,研究骨干

  4. 加拿大创新基金会基金(Canadian Foundation of Innovation)2017-2022953万加元,在研,参与主持

  5. 加拿大自然科学研究基金重点项目 (NSERC Strategic)2017-2020 44.73万加元,在研,主持

论文著作:按时间倒排序,近5年发表的代表性学术论文、出版的学术专著、授权的发明专利和公开的政府咨询报告等;

  1. Chen X, Chen HYH, Chen C, Ma Z, Searle EB, Yu Z, Huang Z. 2019. Effects of plant diversity on soil carbon in diverse ecosystems: a global meta-analysis. Biological Reviews (accepted).

  2. Searle ER, Chen HYH. 2019. Complementarity effects are strengthened by competition intensity and global environmental change in the central boreal forests of Canada. Ecology Letters (accepted)

  3. Luo Y, McIntire E, Boivenue C, Nikiema P, Chen HYH. 2019. Climatic change only stimulated growth for trees under weak competition in central boreal forests. Journal of Ecology doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.13228

  4. Chen C, Chen HYH, Chen XL, Huang ZQ. 2019. Meta-analysis shows positive effects of plant diversity on microbial biomass and respiration. Nature Communications 10:1332

  5. Hisano M, Chen HYH, Searle EB, Reich PB. 2019. Species-rich boreal forests grew more and suffered less mortality than species-poor forests under the environmental change of the past half-century. Ecology Letters 22:999-1008

  6. Chen XL, Chen HYH. 2019. Plant diversity loss reduces soil respiration across terrestrial ecosystems. Global Change Biology 25:1282-1492

  7. Luo Y, Chen HYH, McIntire EJB, Andison DW. 2019. Divergent temporal trends of net biomass change in western Canadian boreal forests. Journal of Ecology 107:69-78

  8. Quan Q, Tian D, Luo Y, Zhang F, Crowther TW, Zhu K, Chen HYH, Zhou Q, Niu S. 2019. Water scaling of ecosystem carbon cycle feedback to climate warming. Science Advances 5(8):eaav1131

  9. Li Z, Tian D, Wang B, Wang J, Wang S, Chen HYH, Xu X, Wang C, He N, Niu S. 2019. Microbes drive global soil nitrogen mineralization and availability. Global Change Biology 25:1078-1088

  10. Steidinger BS et al. 2019. Climatic controls of decomposition drive the global biogeography of forest tree symbioses. Nature 569:404408.

  11. Zhang TA, Chen HYH, Ruan HH. 2018. Global negative effects of nitrogen deposition on soil microbes. The ISME Journal 12:1817-1825

  12. Hisano M, Searle EB, Chen HYH. 2018. Biodiversity as a solution to mitigate climate change impacts on the functioning of forest ecosystems. Biological Reviews 93:439-456.

  13. Chen XL, Chen HYH. 2018. Global effects of plant litter alterations on soil CO2 to the atmosphere. Global Change Biology 24:3462-3471

  14. Yu ZP, Wang MH, Huang ZQ, Lin TC, Vadeboncoeur MA, Searle EB, Chen HYH. 2018. Temporal changes in soil C-N-P stoichiometry over the past 60 years across subtropical China. Global Change Biology 24 (2):1308-1320

  15. Chen HYH, Biswas SR, Sobey TM, Brassard BW, Bartels SF. 2018. Reclamation strategies for mined forest soils and overstorey drive understorey vegetation. Journal of Applied Ecology 55:926-936

  16. Kumar P, Chen HYH, Thomas SC, Shahi C. 2018. Linking resource availability and heterogeneity to understorey species diversity through succession in boreal forest of Canada. Journal of Ecology 106:1226-1276

  17. Hume A, Chen HYH, Taylor AR. 2018. Intensive forest harvesting increases susceptibility of northern forest soils to carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus loss. Journal of Applied Ecology 55:246-255

  18. Ma ZL, Chen HYH. 2018. Positive species mixture effects on fine root turnover and mortality in natural boreal forests. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 121:130-137

  19. Searle EB, Chen HYH. 2017. Persistent and pervasive compositional shifts of western boreal forest plots in Canada. Global Change Biology 23(2):857-866

  20. Zhang Y, Chen HYH, and Taylor AR. 2017. Positive species diversity and above-ground biomass relationships are ubiquitous across forest strata despite interference from overstorey trees. Functional Ecology 31(2): 419-426.

  21. Ma, Z., Chen HYH. 2017. Effects of species diversity on fine root productivity increase with stand development and associated mechanisms in a boreal forest. Journal of Ecology 105(1):237-245

  22. Liang J et. al.2016. Positive BiodiversityProductivity Relationship Predominant in Global Forests. Science 354 (6309), aaf8957DOI 10.1126/science.aaf8957).

  23. Chen HYH, Luo Y, Reich PB, Searle EB, and Biswas SR. 2016. Climate change associated trends in net biomass change are age-dependent in western boreal forests of Canada. Ecology Letters 19:1150-1158.

  24. Ma Z, Chen HYH. 2016. Species diversity effects on fine root productivity in diverse ecosystems: a global meta-analysis. Global Ecology and Biogeography25:1387-1396

  25. Chen HYH, and Luo Y. 2015. Net aboveground biomass declines of four major forest types with forest ageing and climate change in western Canadas boreal forests. Global Change Biology 21:3675-3684

  26. Yuan ZY and Chen HYH. 2015. Decoupling of nitrogen and phosphorus in terrestrial plants associated with global changes. Nature Climate Change 5:465469.

  27. Luo Y and Chen HYH. 2015. Climate change-associated tree mortality increases without decreasing water availability. Ecology Letters 18:1207-1215.

  28. Zhang Y, Chen HYH. 2015. Individual size inequality links forest diversity and aboveground biomass. Journal of Ecology 103:1245-1252.

  29. Bartels SF, Chen HYH. 2015. Dynamics of epiphytic macrolichen abundance, diversity, and composition in boreal forest. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:181-189.

  30. Yuan ZY, Chen HYH. 2015. Negative effects of fertilization on plant nutrient resorption. Ecology 96:373-380.

 

引导研究生:

博士后:5

 


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