Ren, Chengjie

Member Profile

Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology
University of Oklahoma
Major: Soil microbial ecology
101 David L. Boren Blvd., Norman, OK 73019-5300, USA
Lab Phone: (405) 325-6519

2015.09 - Now: Ph.D., Northwest A&F University/The University of Oklahoma

2009.09-2015.09: M.S., Northwest A&F University

2009.09- 2013.09: B.S., Northwest A&F University

Response of microbial communities to perturbation and climate change

Integration of molecular, modelling and statistical approaches in microbial ecology
The links between ecosystem multifunctionality and above- and belowground biodiversity are mediated by climate

Ren CJ, Sun PS, Kang D, et al. Responsiveness of soil nitrogen fractions and bacterial communities to afforestation in the Loess Hilly Region (LHR) of China[J]. Scientific Reports, 2016, 6. (IF=5.228, SCI, JCR 1)

Ren CJ, Zhao FZ, Kang D, et al. Linkages of C: N: P stoichiometry and bacterial community in soil following afforestation of former farmland [J]. Forest Ecology and Management, 2016, 376: 59-66. (IF=2.826, SCI, JCR 1)

Ren CJ, Kang D, Wu JP, et al. Temporal variation in soil enzyme activities after afforestation in the Loess Plateau, China [J]. Geoderma, 2016, 282: 103-111. (IF=2.855, SCI, JCR 1)

Ren C, Chen J, et al. 2017. Response of microbial diversity to C:N:P stoichiometry in fine root and microbial biomass following afforestation. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 1-12. (IF=3.069, SCI, JCR 1)

2014.09, attended the 4th International Agricultural Soil Carbon Sequestration and Climate Change Forum

2014.11, attended the 2014’Yangling International Agri-Science Forum

2015.10, attended the International Symposium on Forest Soils: “Linking Soil
Process to Forest Productivity and Water Protection under Global Change”.

2015.11, attended and gave the oral presentation in the Graduate student Innovation Forum of College of Agronomy, Northwest A&F University.

2016.11, I attended and gave the oral presentation in the International Annual Meeting of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America (see the annual-meeting-attendance-certificate). This meeting took place on November 6-9, 2016 in Phoenix, AZ, USA. The title for our oral presentation was“Despite strong temporal responses, soil microbial communities in afforested land are less susceptible to temporal variability than that in farmland”.

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