Peng, Wanxia

Member Profile

Wanxia Peng
Department of Microbiology and Plant Biology
University of Oklahoma
101 David L. Boren Blvd., Norman, OK 73019-5300, USA
Lab Phone: (405) 325-8578
Email: wxpeng@isa.ac.cn

EDUCATION


● Bachelor of agronomy, College of Agriculture, Hunan Agricultural University. 1999.09-2003.06
● Master of ecology, College of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Hunan Agricultural University. 2003.09-2006.06.
● Doctor of ecology, College of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Hunan Agricultural University. 2006.09-2009.06.


ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS



● 2012.12-present. Associate research fellow, Institute of Subtropical Agriculture, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
● 2009.06-2012.11. Assistant research fellow, Institute of Subtropical Agriculture, CAS.


RESEARCH GRANTS


Funded projects (Totaling Chinese Yuan ¥ 3 300 000)
● 2015-2018. Guangxi Provincial Science and Technology Agency, ¥ 2 100 000 (PI), Science and Technology Demonstration Project of Comprehensive Treatment on Rural Ecological Environment and Fostering Sustainable Industry.
● 2014-2017. Chinese National Research Foundation, ¥ 800 000 (PI), Physiological and Ecological Adaptation of Plants to Temporal-spatial Distributions and Community Assembly Mechanism in Depression between Karst Hills.
● 2011-2013. Chinese National Research Foundation, ¥ 200 000 (PI), Spatial Pattern of Aoil Microbiome and its Forming Mechanism in Karst Cluster-peak-depression Region.
● 2011-2013. Guangxi Provincial Science and Technology Agency, ¥200 000 (PI), Accumulative Effects of Environmental Pollution and Assessment Systems of Ecological Environmental in the Karst areas of Northwest Guangxi, China.


PUBLICATION


● Song T Q, Wang K L, Zeng F P, Peng W X, Du H. 2015. Plant and the Environment in Karst Areas of Southwest China. Science Press, Beijing.
● Peng W X, Song T Q, Zeng F P, et al. Spatial distribution of surface soil water content under different vegetation types in northwest Guangxi, China. Environ Earth Sci, 2013 69, 2699–2708.
● Peng W X, Song T Q, Zeng F P, Wang K L, Du H, Lu S Y. Relationships between woody plants and environmental factors in karst mixed evergreen- deciduous broadleaf forest, southwest China. International Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment, 2012, 10(1): 890-896.
● Peng W X, Song T Q, Zeng F P, et al. Models of vegetation and soil coupling coordinative degree in Grain for Green Project in Depression between Karst Hills. Transaction of the CSAE, 2011, 27(9), 305-310. (in Chinese with English abstract)
● Peng W X, Song T Q, Zeng F P, et al. The coupling relationships between vegetation, soil, and topography factors in karst mixed evergreen and deciduous broadleaf forest. Acta Ecological Sinica, 2010, 30(13): 3472-3481. (in Chinese with English abstract)
● Peng W X, Wang K L, Song T Q, et al. Spatial variation of soil water and the key impact factors in dry season in Karst cluster-peak-depression region. Acta Ecological Sinica, 2010, 30(24): 6787-6797. (in Chinese with English abstract)
● Du H, Zeng F P, Peng W X, et al. Carbon Storage in a Eucalyptus Plantation Chronosequence in Southern China. Forests 2015, 6, 1763-1778.
● Du H, Wang K L, Peng W X, et al. Spatial heterogeneity of soil mineral oxide components in depression between Karst hills, Southwest China. Chin. Geogra. Sci. 2014, 24(2), 163–179.
● Du H, Peng W X, Song T Q, et al. Spatial pattern of woody plants and their environmental interpretation in the karst forest of southwest China, Plant Biosystems, 2015, 149(1), 121-130.
● Song M, Peng W X*, Zou D S, et al. The causes of spatial variability of surface soil organic matter in different forests in depressions between karst hills. Acta Ecological Sinica, 2012, 32(19), 6259-6269. (in Chinese with English abstract)
● Song M, Zou D S, Du H, Peng W X*, et al. Characteristics of soil microbial populations in depressions between karst hills under different land use patterns. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 2013, 24(9), 2471-2478. (in Chinese with English abstract)
● Han M R, Song T Q, Peng W X*, et al. Compositional characteristics and roles of soil mineral substances in depressions between hills in karst region. Research of Agricultural Modernization 2012, 23(03): 685-693. (in Chinese with English abstract)
● Fu W B, Peng W X*, Song T Q, et al. Biomass and its allocation characteristics of Eucalyptus urophylla × E. grandis plantations at different stand ages. Acta Ecological Sinica, 2014, 34(18), 5234-5241. (in Chinese with English abstract)

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