Yang, Haijun

Member Profile

Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology
University of Oklahoma
101 David L. Boren Blvd., Norman, OK 73019-5300, USA
Lab Phone: (405) 325-8578

● Ph.D. in Ecology, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China. Dissertation: “Plant community in response to global change in a temperate steppe in Northern China” 2007/09-2012/07
●B.S. Forestry, Henan Agriculture University, Zhengzhou, China. 2003/09-2007/07

●2014/03, Lu Jiaxi Young Talent Award, CAS
●2013/07, Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation of GUCAS
●2013/03, SINO ECO 2012 Best Student Paper Awards
●2013/01, Member of Youth Innovation Promotion Association, CAS
●2012/07, Special Prize of President Scholarship for Postgraduate Students, CAS
●2012/07, Outstanding graduates of GUCAS
●2012/06, Excellent Member of Chinese Communist Party in Institute of Botany, CAS
●2011/08, Yang HanXi Career Enhancement Award
●2011/06, Zhuliyuehua Annual Award, CAS, China
●2011/06, Excellent Students of GUCAS for 2010-2011
●2010/06, Excellent Students of GUCAS for 2009-2010
●2006/12, Outstanding graduates of Henan Agricultural University;
●2005/12, Henan Provincial Government Scholarship award;
●2005/09, Outstanding Students of Henan Province.

●Diversity-stability relationship response pattern and its underlying mechanism to nitrogen gradient in the steppe in Northern steppe in China (30925009),$123030. PI. 2014/01-2017/12;
●Project from Youth Innovation Promotion Association, CAS (05Z55168TD) $60015. PI. 2013/01-2016/12;

Papers in peer-reviewed journals
1) Niu. S., H. Yang., Z. Zhang., M. Wu., Q. Lu., L. Li., X. Han, and S. Wan. (2009).Non-additive effects of water and nitrogen addition on ecosystem carbon exchange in a temperate steppe. Ecosystems. 12: 915-926.
2) Niu. S., M. Wu., Y. Han., J. Xia., Z. Zhang., H. Yang, and S. Wan. (2010). Nitrogen effects on net ecosystem carbon exchange in a temperate steppe. Global Change Biology 16: 144-155
3) Yang. H., M. Wu., W. Liu., Z. Zhang., N, Zhang, and S. Wan. (2011). Community structure and composition in response to climate change in a temperate steppe. Global Change Biology. 17: 452-465.
4) Bi J., N. Zhang., Y. Liang., H. Yang. and K. Ma. (2011). Interactive effects of water and nitrogen addition on soil microbial communities in a semiarid steppe. Journal of Plant Ecology. 4: 1-10.
5) Yang. H., Y. Li., M. Wu., W. Liu., Z. Zhang., L. Li and S. Wan. (2011).Plant community responses to nitrogen addition and increased precipitation: the importance of water availability and species traits. Global Change Biology. 17: 2936-2944.
6) Li Y., H. Yang., J. Xia., W. Zhang., L. Li. and S. Wan. (2011). Effects of increased nitrogen deposition and precipitation on seed and seedling production of Potentilla tanacetifolia in a temperate steppe ecosystem. PLoS ONE, 5(10), e13382.
7) Song B., S. Niu., Z. Zhang., H. Yang., L. Li. and S. Wan. (2012). Light and heavy fractions of soil organic matter in response to climate warming and increased precipitation in a temperate steppe. PLoS ONE, 7(3), e33217.
8) Yang. H., L. Jiang., L. Li., M. Wu. and S. Wan. (2012). Diversity-dependent stability under mowing and nutrient addition: evidence from a six-year grassland experiment. Ecology Letters 15: 619-626
9) Zhang NL, Liu WX, Yang HJ, Yu XJ, Gutknecht JLM, Zhang Z, Wan SQ, Ma KP. (2013). Soil microbial responses to warming and increased precipitation and their implications for ecosystem C cycling. Oecologia 173: 1125-42
10) Zhen LN, Yang GW, Yang HJ, Chen YL, Liu N, Zhang YJ. (2014). Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi affect seedling recruitment: a potential mechanism by which N deposition favors the dominance of grasses over forbs. Plant Soil 375: 127-136

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