Yan, Liming

Member Profile

Research Interests

Biogeochemistry cycles
Precipitation regime and its impacts on ecosystem carbon cycles
Water & Nitrogen interactions on ecosystem carbon exchange

Education

2011-present Post-doctoral Research Associate, Fudan University, China
2008-2011 Ph.D. in Ecology, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China. Dissertation: “Studies on the regulations of water and nitrogen in ecosystem CO2 fluxes of a semiarid temperate steppe”, advised by Guanghui Lin
2006-2008 M.S. in Ecology, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2002-2006 B.S. in Forestry, Northeast Forestry University, Harbin, China

Honors and Awards

2011: Excellent graduate, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2011: Zhuliyuehua Annual Award, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2010: P & G China Annual Award, China
2009: Outstanding student, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Workshop attended/invited

AsiaFlux Workshop 2010: New Challenges of Fluxnet Community to Resilient Carbon/Water Management, Guangzhou, China, December 1-3, 2010.

Publications
Yan LM, YQ Luo, RA Sherry, JE Bell, XH Zhou, JY Xia. Rain use efficiency as affected by climate warming and biofuel harvest: Results from a 12-year field experiment. GCB Bioenergy. In press.

Tan Y, Chen J, Yan L, Huang J, Wang L, Chen S. 2012. Mass loss and nutrient dynamics during litter decomposition under three mixing treatments in a typical steppe in Inner Mongolia. Plant Soil, doi 10.1007/311104-012-1401-6

Xia J, Niu S, Wang X, Piao S, Yan L, and Wan S. 2012. Ecosystem carbon cycle under changing atmosphere, climate, and land use in Dryland East Asia. In Dryland East Asia: Land Dynamics amid Social and Climate Change (ed. by J. Chen , S. Wan, G. Henebry, J. Qi, G. Gutman, G. Sun, M. Kappas). Higher Education Press and De Gruyter Publishers.

Xia J, Yan L, Zhang L, Wu D, Chen S, Huang J, Li L. 2012. Grassland carbon cycle under global change. In Maintaining mechnisms of grassland ecosystem: results from long-term experiments in Duolun and Xilinhot (ed. by X. Han, L. Li, S. Chen, and Z. Yuan). China Agriculture University Press.

Yan L, Chen S, Huang J, Lin G. 2011. Increasing water and nitrogen availability enhanced net ecosystem CO2 assimilation of a temperate semiarid steppe. Plant and Soil, 349: 227–240.

Yan L, Chen S, Huang J, Lin G. 2011. Water regulated effects of photosynthetic substrate supply on soil respiration in a semiarid steppe. Global Change Biology, 17: 1990–2001.

Yan L, Chen S, Huang J, Lin G. 2010. Differential responses of auto- and heterotrophic soil respiration to water and nitrogen addition in a semiarid temperate steppe. Global Change Biology, 16: 2345–2357.

Yan L, and Chen S. 201x. Precipitation regime shift enhanced the rain pulse effect on soil carbon release in a semi-arid steppe. (In Review).

Conference Presentations

Yan L (2010) Water regulated effects of photosynthetic substrate supply on soil respiration in a semiarid steppe. Guangzhou, China, December 1-3, 2010.
Yan L (2009) Differential responses of auto- and heterotrophic soil respiration to water and nitrogen addition in a semiarid temperate steppe. Beijing, China, August 12-14, 2009.

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