Meng, Fandong

Member Profile

Center for Ecosystem Science and Society (Ecoss)
Northern Arizona University
P.O. Box 5620
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
Phone: (928) 523-5057
E-mail: mengfandong@itpcas.ac.cn

Education

2017-01 Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, PhD, Global change ecology
2010-09 Liaocheng University, BS Major in Geographic information system

Fellowships & Awards

2018 Excellent doctoral dissertation of Chinese academy of sciences
2017 Excellent graduate of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
2017 Excellent graduate of Beijing City
2016 National Scholarship for PhD
2012 Merit student of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Grants

2018 China Postdoctoral Science Foundation Grant (Grant No. 2018M640187)
2017 China Postdoctoral Science Foundation Grant (Grant No. 2017LH033)
2017 National Science Foundation for Young Scientists of China (Grant No. 31702162)

Recent Publications

Meng, FD. et al., 2018. Opposite effects of winter day and night temperature changes on early phenophases. (under review).

Meng FD, et al, 2018. Divergent responses of reproductive and vegetative phenology to warming and cooling in community phenology: asymmetry vs symmetry. (under review).

Meng, FD. et al., 2018. Nonlinear responses of temperature sensitivities of community phenophases to warming and cooling events are mirroring plant functional diversity. Agriculture Forest Meteorology, 253254: 31-37.

Meng FD, Cui SJ, Wang SP, et al. 2017. Changes in flowering functional group affect responses of community phenological sequences to temperature change. Ecology 98(3): 734-740.

Meng FD, Zhou Y, Wang SP, et al. 2016. Temperature sensitivity thresholds to warming and cooling in phenophases of alpine plants. Climatic Change: 1-12.

Meng FD, Cui SJ, Wang SP, et al. 2016. Changes in phenological sequences of alpine communities across a natural elevation gradient. Agriculture Forest Meteorology, 224(2016): 11-16.

Li, XE, Jiang LL, Meng FD, et al., 2016. Responses of sequential and hierarchical phenological events to warming and cooling in alpine meadows. Nature Communications, 7: 12489. (contributing equally to this work)

Jiang LL, Wang SP, Meng FD, et al., 2016. Relatively stable response of fruiting stage to warming and cooling relative to other phenological events. Ecology: n/a-n/a. (contributing equally to this work)

Wang, S. P., Meng F.D., et al. (2014). "Asymmetric sensitivity of first flowering date to warming and cooling in alpine plants." Ecology 95(12): 3387-3398.

Meng FD, Zhou Y, Cui SJ, et al. 2016. The effects of climatic change on plant phenology at high latitude and alpine regions. Journal of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. (In Chinese)

Meng FD, Wang CS, Zhu XX, et al. 2016. Sampling methods about species richness and aboveground biomass of Potentilla fruticosa shrub meadow on Tibetan Plateau. Chinese Journal of Ecology, 35(12):1-8. (In Chinese)

Meng FD, Wang SP, Bai L. 2014. The climate change and alpine grassland on the Tibetan Plateau. Guihaia, 34(2): 269-275. (In Chinese)

Meng FD, Wang CS, Zhang ZH, et al. 2013. Comparative study of monitoring methods about plant diversity and aboveground biomass of alpine grasslands in the Tibetan Plateau. Acta Bot. Boreal, 33(9): 1923-1929. (In Chinese)

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