Yang, Rong

Member Profile

Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology
University of Oklahoma
101 David L. Boren Blvd., Norman, OK 73019-5300, USA
mathecology@163.com


Current Position
Associate Professor of Division of Hydrology Water-Land Resources in Cold and Arid Regions, Northwest of Institute Eco-Environment and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou, 730000, China
Phone: +86 18909462442
Fax: +86 931 8273894
E-mail: yangrong@lzb.ac.cn


Education
2009-Ph.D- Physical Geography, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences.

2006-M.S.- Crop Cultivation and Farming system, Gansu Agricultural University.

2003-B.B.- Agriculture, Gansu Agricultural University.


Professional Experience
2015-Current: Associate Professor, Division of Hydrology Water-Land Resources in Cold and Arid Regions, Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences

2009-2015: Assistant Researcher, Division of Hydrology Water-Land Resources in Cold and Arid Regions, Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences


Research Interests
Fertility and Nutrient Evolution, Ecosystem Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling, Evolution of Oasis and Desert Ecosystem and climate change, Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Accumulation.


Overseas experience
National Institute of Environmental Studies, Japan, from 2.23.2015 to 3.13.2015, Exchange Program supported by Japan Science and Technology Agency.


Publication
Yang Rong, Su YZ, Wang T, et al. Effect of chemical and organic fertilization on soil carbon and nitrogen accumulation in a newly cultivated farmland. Journal of Integrative Agriculture, 2016, 15(3):658-666.(SCI)
Yang Rong, Su YZ, Yang Q. Crop yields and soil nutrients in response to long-term fertilization in a desert Oasis. Agronomy Journal. 2015,107(1): 83-92.(SCI)
Yang Rong, Su YZ, Wang M, et al. Spatial pattern of soil organic carbon in desert grasslands of the diluvial-alluvial plains of northern Qilian Mountains. Journal of Arid Land. 2014. 6(2): 136-144.(SCI)
Yang Rong, Su YZ, Gan YT, et al. Field-scale spatial distribution characteristics of soil nutrients in a newly reclaimed sandy cropland in the Hexi corridor of northwest china. Environmental Earth Sciences. 2013. 70(7): 2987-2996.(SCI)
Yang Rong. Estimation of maize evapotranspiration and yield under different deficit irrigation on a sandy farmland in northwest China. African Journal of Agriculture Research, 2012, 7(33): 4698-4707. (SCI)
Yang Rong, Wang XF. Effects of nitrogen fertilizer and irrigation rate on nitrate present in the profile of a sandy farmland in Northwest China. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 2011, 11: 726-732. (EI)
Yang Rong, Liu WJ. Nitrate contamination of groundwater in an agroecosystem in Zhangye Oasis, Northwest China. Environmental Earth Sciences. 2010, 61(1): 123-129. (SCI)
Su, YZ, Yang Rong. Background concentrations of elements in surface soils and their changes as affected by agriculture use in the desert-oasis ecotone in the middle of Heihe River Basin, North-west China. Journal Of Geochemical Exploration, 2008, 98:57-64.
Su YZ, Yang Rong. Evolution of soil structure and fertility after conversion of native sandy desert soil to irrigated cropland in arid region, China. Soil Science, 2010, 175(5): 246-254. (SCI)
Su YZ, Yang Rong, Zhang ZH, et al. Distribution and characteristics of Nitraria sphaerocarpa nebkhas in a Gobi habitat outside an oasis in Hexi corridor region, China. Sciences in cold and arid regions. 2012, 4(4): 0288-0295.
Su YZ, Liu WJ, Yong Rong, et al. Changes in soil aggregate, carbon, and nitrogen storages following the conversion of cropland to alfalfa forage land in the marginal oasis of northwest China. Environmental Management, 2009, 43(6): 1061-1070.(SCI)
Liu W J, Su YZ, Yang Rong. Nitrate contamination of groundwater in Minqin oasis in northwestern arid region, China. Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, 2009, 11(13): 1-4.(SCI)
Liu WJ, Su YZ, Yang Rong, et al. Spatial variability of soil total nitrogen and soil total phosphorus under different land. Environmental Earth Sciences. 2011, 64(8): 2247-2257.(SCI)
Su YZ, Wang XF, Yang Rong. Soil fertility, salinity and nematode diversity influenced by Tamarix ramosissima in different habitats in an arid desert oasis. Environmental management. 2012, 50(2): 226-236. (SCI)
Liu W J, Su YZ, Yang Rong, et al. Land use effects on soil organic carbon, nitrogen and salinity in saline-alkaline wetland. Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions 2010. 2(3): 0263-0270.

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